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Study the word list: words ending in sure and ture

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displeasure
The footballer expressed his displeasure to his teammate when the pass went astray. *
foreclosure
For some homeowners, losing their home to foreclosure may be inevitable. *
temperature
The temperature in the desert was over 40 degrees.
sculpture
His sculpture was carved from a block of stone.
feature
Persistent precipitation is an unfortunate feature of British weather. *
agriculture
Agriculture is vital in providing food for the world.
tincture
He seems then or later to have acquired some tincture of learning. *
structure
The pelvis, or pelvic bone, derived from the Latin word for 'basin', is an anatomical structure found in most vertebrates. *
signature
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acupuncture
Sandra uses acupuncture to cure herself of migraine headaches. *

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