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appease v. 使平息 haphazard adj. 偶然的 meander v.漫步 deception n.漫步 fiddle n. 小提琴 elude vt. 逃避 brusque adj. 唐突的 exalt vt. 赞扬 blunder vt. 犯错误 awe vt. 敬畏 deprecate vt. 不赞成 predominant adj. 显著的 all the while 始终 antithetical adj. 对立的 repugnance n.厌恶 Plato 柏拉图 sulk n. 生气 detest v. 厌恶 hurlde vt. 克服 nostalgia n. 怀旧 implausible adj. 难以置信的 ummolested adj. 没有苦恼的 beholder n.旁观者 discrepancy n.差异 paranoid adj. 偏执的 1. faced with the trepidation(惊恐) of a criminal awating sentence: Does s/he, or does s/he not, desire me? 2.We fall in love because we long to escape from ourselves with someone as ideal as we are corrupt. 3.If s/he really is so wonderful, how could s/he could love someone like me? 4.The loved one was our long-lost otherhalf to whose body our own had orginally been joined. 5.By forty, everyone has the face they deserve.--George Orwell 6.'One day, a boy met a girl' is enough for an audience to start to want to know what happened next. 7.One can think problems into existence.
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