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  • hard|ened — «HAR duhnd», adjective. 1. made hard or hardy; indurated. 2. Figurative. made unfeeling or callous; hard hearted. SYNONYM(S): inured, obdurate …   Useful english dictionary

  • strait|ened — «STRAY tuhnd», adjective. 1. limited or reduced, especially to insufficiency: »straitened means or income. 2. needing money badly; hampered by insufficiency of means: »The day before payday found him in straitened circumstances. 3. Archaic.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • threat|ened — «THREHT uhnd», adjective. (of a wildlife species) facing serious, but not immediate, danger of extinction: »Grizzlies have been classified as a “threatened” species by the U.S. government (Paul Grescoe) …   Useful english dictionary

  • tree-rip|ened — «TREE RY puhnd», adjective. allowed to ripen on the tree: »tree ripened oranges …   Useful english dictionary

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