something takes your attention away from what you are doing - distract, to agree, often unwillingly that something is true - admit, to tell the difference between two things - contrast, when something can be heard, seen or tasted clearly - distinct, To hurt someone who trusts you - betray, silly or ridiculous - absurd, to keep doing something even if people are against it - persist, to get rid of something - discard, to prevent a person from entering a place or taking part in an activity - exclude, to suggest an idea - propose, something surprising - astonishing, when you wish you hadn't done something - regret, something that relates to a particular person - personal, happening on the outside a place or a person - external, impure or harmful - contaminated, to understand something - comprehend, a plan to do something - intention, taking responsibility for organizing or supervising - administer,

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