Explanation: Excise: remove by cutting
Staple: fasten, fix, secure, cause to be firmly attached
Explanation: Restraint is the synonym of curb and recant is the synonym of Retract
Foretell: announce, annunciate, harbinger, Herald
Resent: To resent something is to feel anger or bitterness toward it.
Explanation: Succulents: a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
Tubers: a fleshy underground stem or root serving for reproductive and food storage
Explanation: The happy little Hawaiian stringed instrument that looks like a small guitar is a ukulele. Most ukuleles have four strings and are light enough to be strummed by anyone, including kids.
Explanation: Fossllise: convert to a fossil, change into stone
Amalgamate: commix, mingle, mix, unify
Explanation: The adjective archaic means something that belongs to an earlier or antiquated time. It can also mean something that is outdated but can still be found in the present and therefore could seem out of place.
Explanation: Excitable is the antonym of Stoical and Delighted is the antonym of Restrained
Excitable: easily excited
stoical: seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain; impassive
Explanation: Based on the Latin word repascere, which means "to feed," a repast is any collection of food served and eaten at one time. In verb form, repast means to eat or feast. So at least by dictionary standards, you should feel free to repast on cheese doodles and marshmallow fluff for your morning repast — in other words, eat junk for breakfast.
Explanation: Candidly: frankly, honestly.
Woefully: in an unfortunate or deplorable manner