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individual
An individual such as a person or animal who is in a narrative. *
punctual

complaint
I will refer your complaint to my boss.
attendance
Attendance at the meeting was compulsory.
agreement
The whole family was in agreement.
include
I'll include you in my list of party guests.
responsible
Who's responsible for this mess?
restaurant
The food served at the restaurant was very undesirable. *
casual
Kids prefer to wear casual clothes.
friendly
I like a person with a friendly character.
appropriate
Your behaviour hasn't been appropriate today.
annual
This butterfly's annual migration across North America. *
acceptable
His behaviour was acceptable. *
reasonable
The boat provides reasonable overnight accommodations for four adults. *
payment
I received a payment when I sold my car. *
definitely
That cat is definitely sick.
loyal
David has been a loyal friend for many years.
vision
His vision began to blur.

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