Match the words in the left-hand column with the correct definition in the right-hand column. 1. velitation ......... A. A champion of a cause. 2. rovescio .......... B. Free from disease; healthy. 3. beneficence .... C. The senior member of a body or group. 4. salubrious ....... D. Beautiful and charming. 5. hale ................. E. A petty fight; skirmish. 6. coterminous ... F. The practice of doing good. 7. zimme ............. G. Favorable to health; promoting health. 8. paladin ........... H. Reversed. 9. tempean ........ I. A gem. 10. doyen .......... J. Having the same or coincident boundaries.
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1. velitation E. A petty fight; skirmish. 2. rovescio H. Reversed. 3. beneficence F. The practice of doing good. 4. salubrious G. Favorable to health; promoting health. 5. hale B. Free from disease; healthy. 6. coterminous J. Having the same or coincident boundaries. 7. zimme I. A gem. 8. paladin A. A champion of a cause. 9. tempean D. Beautiful and charming. 10. doyen C. The senior member of a body or group.
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