to do something
Blandishments are words or actions that are pleasant and complimentary, intended to persuade someone to do something via a use of flattery.
To burnish something is to work hard to improve it, such as polishing a metal until it shines.
If you embellish something, you make it more beautiful by decorating it.
If someone in authority abolishes a law or practice, they formally put an end to it.
When you refurbish something, you repair it to improve its appearance or ability to function.
When you admonish someone, you tell them gently but with seriousness that they have done something wrong; you usually caution and advise them not to do it again.
An impoverished person or nation is very poor and stricken by poverty.
When you replenish something, you refill or restock it.
When you relinquish something, you give it up or let it go.
When something diminishes, it becomes smaller.
When you accomplish something, such as hard work or a long task, you are able to complete it or be successful in doing it.
When someone perishes, they die, usually due to violence or a dangerous occurrence.
expel from a community or group
set up or found
put an end to
the act of finishing
provide with nourishment
put into print
impose a penalty on
get lost, as without warning or explanation
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