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As generations went by, the family became more self-involved in their reputation and prominence as time separated them from their _________, although significant contributions to the world. The original source of the family's wealth, the wooden steering wheel, _________ them with a great fortune. The great fortune, in turn, bred a _________, for they came to regard their high status as a birthright, rather than as a result of prior industry. Gradually, the family fell from grace as their fortune waned, for they lacked the urgency to maintain the position their forebears secured for them.

A


antiquated

B


understated

C


munificent


D


engendered

E


obviated

F


capitulated


G


malaise

H


complacency

I


melancholy  






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