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This week's words:
Badge; noun: A distinctive emblem worn as a mark of office, membership, achievement, licensed employment, etc.; a distinguishing object or emblem; a feature or sign that reveals a particular condition or quality:
Darken; verb: Make or become dark or darker; make or become gloomy, angry, or unhappy; [no object] (of someone's eyes or expression) show anger or another strong negative emotion; [with object] (of such an emotion) show in (someone's eyes or expression).
Liability; noun: The state of being responsible for something, especially by law; (usually liabilities) a thing for which someone is responsible, especially a debt or financial obligation; [usually in singular] a person or thing whose presence or behavior is likely to cause embarrassment or put one at a disadvantage.