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universal
The film received universal acclaim and won many awards. *
unnecessary
The principal felt that the field trips were an unnecessary expenditure of school funds. *
unnerving
The whole experience was extremely unnerving. *
until
Wait here until I get back.
unwritten
It became an unwritten agreement between the two friends that they would walk home together each day after school. *
vacuum
A vacuum is a volume of space that is essentially empty of matter. *
vicious
The dog was vicious. *
villain
The film's hero killed the villain.
visible
The vein was visible on his forehead.
weather
Let's hope for some good weather.
weird
I heard a very weird noise in the night.
whether
I haven't decided whether to come.
withdrawn
Their entry to the competition was withdrawn. *
withhold
To withhold information means to not share everything you know. *

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