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Challenging 2

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sabotage

scimitar

scintillate

separate
Can you separate those fighting dogs?
silhouette

skulduggery

sovereign
A reigning king or queen is a sovereign.
stationary
Our train was stationary for over an hour.
stationery
I buy all the stationery for our office.
sufficient
Have you sufficient money for a cab home?
racquet
The game of badminton uses a racquet as in tennis, but a strange ball that is called a birdie or shuttlecock. *
rancour British English spelling
Rancour means hate or bitterness.
realistically
I don't think he can realistically do it in time. *
recognisable British English spelling
The sort of characters that appear in lots of different plays that are immediately recognisable to an audience. *
redemption
Christians believe that they will receive ________ and redemption through devotion to Jesus. *
reign
The country prospered under the King's reign.
rein
Keep a tight rein on your spending.
reminiscent

responsibility
I delegate the responsibility to you.
resurrect

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