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Chaos (noun) State of complete confusion and disorder
compel (verb) to drive, urge or motivate with force; to oblige
infringe (verb) trespass or encroach upon the rights of others
ironic (adjective) characterized by irony; happening in the opposite way to what is expected
navigational (adjective)relating to the act or practice of plotting a vehicle's course
pervade (verb)to spread throughout; to be present in every part of something
quizzical (adjective)relating to a questioning, uncertain or puzzled
relinquish (verb) to give up or turn over possession/ control;to surrender
remorse (noun) painful, deep feeling of guilt for wrongdoing
scrupulous (adjective) having or showing a strict reguard for what is right
tenttatively (adverb) Not final. Done as a trial or an experiment
treacherous (adjective) Likely to betray a trust; traitorous
humiliate (verb) to make (someone) feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self -respect, especially publicly
benign (adjective) having or showing a kindly disposition; non-threatening
meticulous (adjective) showing extreme or excessive concern about every las detail

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