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dishonest
Stealing from a shop is dishonest.
rebuild
After the storm we had to rebuild our garden shed.
misbehave
Do not misbehave in class.
submerge
The wreck of the speedboat is submerged in the lake.
unlucky
We were unlucky to lose the game by one goal.
prefix
If you take off the prefix, does it leave a real word?
invisible
The hills were invisible in the thick mist.
telescope
Use a telescope to see in the distance.
interact
This new game lets you interact with many other players.
supersonic
Concord was the first supersonic passenger aeroplane.
homophone
The words 'right' and 'write' are homophones.
anticlimax
I thought the end of the film was an anticlimax.

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