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  2. 1. i think the answer is that fear of vast spaces. try vertigo. but i have that fear you want. the fear of vast spaces 2. that s is spider fear. don t know another word for it though 10 points?

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  3. meaning eminent noble, grand, august, majestic, dignified, exalted, famous, regal, royal, kingly, imposing, fabulous meaning big large, huge, grand, vast , massive, immense, bulky, broad, gigantic, colossal, mammoth, estensive, boundless, ample

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  4. ... is Emily Dickinson’s synonym for poetry” (Benfey). In her poetry she... self-imposed confines because of the vast opportunities she has to think of new ...

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  5. Synonyms : 1. 2. Duplicity 3. Holocaust 4. Grimace 5. ...

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  6. ... Language Vast , Complex Describing...then a sentence or phrase describing the noun, and a synonym for your noun. The words should be...

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  7. ...course you already know that.:) But be specific or use synonyms . With regards to specific websites... not make a list.There are just a vast collection of sites and it would be best if...

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  8. ... hungry, so he ordered the large pizza> Synonyms big, bulky, considerable, goodly, good-sized, grand, great...monumental, prodigious, staggering, stupendous, super, tremendous, vast , vasty, whacking, whopping; excessive, exorbitant...

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  9. ..., adjective crime·less·ness, noun — Synonyms 1. wrong; misdemeanor, tort, felony. 1, 4. Crime, offense...particular jurisdictions, and there are sometimes vast differences between and even within countries...

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  10. ... in that regard altogether different: homonyms and synonyms make impossible the practical use of software as an aid to ...electronic media offers the opportunity to store vast amounts of intelligence (data) in relatively tiny ...

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