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1. The joke fell flatly.

2. Everybody was ________ worried about his drink problem

3. Unkind

4. It's a ________ house.

5. Harmful

6. The answer is wrongly.

7. Pensioners can travel ________ on local buses

8. No one laughed; the joke fell ________

9. Foolish

10. The news was saddening.

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