1.A.appease- to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment.
b. She went for an appease walk.
c. After, my brother left the house it was appease all day.
2.A. reciprocal- given or felt by each toward the other
b. They are always reciprocal towards each other.
c.My grandmother and grandfather are reciprocal for each other.
3.A. tedious - too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous.
b. She went home after a long tedious day at the barber shop.
c.My grandma came home after a hard tedious day a the bakery.
4.A.waver - shake with a quivering motion
b. Her intensity did not waver as he held her gaze
c. I did waver when I got scared.
5.A. adversity - difficulties; misfortune
b. She met adversity in a sensible way.
6.A. resolution - a firm decision to do or not to do something
b. He thought they had a resolution, but they did not.
c. My grandmother thought that we had a resolution on my yard work.
7.A. conventional - based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed.
b. His revolt against conventional culture leads him to attack D.
c. My brothers dog is conventional with my cats all the time.
8.A. mediate - intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation
b.During the South African War he took a prominent part in the attempts to get Holland to mediate between Great Britain and the Boers.
c.My dad can not mediate between Ohio or Tennessee.
9.A. ensue - happen or occur afterward or as a result.
b. The battle that started to ensue made the violent movie Gladiator look like a picnic.
c. My brother and i were very happy that my dad finally decided to ensue to came back.