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abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
abject
abnegate
abortive
abridge
absolute
absolve
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Abstinent
abstract
abstruse
abysmal
accolade
accost
acerbic
acrid
acrimonious
acumen
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acute
adamant
address
adherent
admonish
adroit
adulation
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Adulterate
adverse
aesthetic
affable
affectation
affinity
affluent
agenda
Agrarian
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aggregate
agnostic

alacrity
allege
alleviate
allocate
alloy
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Allusion
aloof
altruism
ambience
ambiguous
ambivalent
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Ameliorate
amenable
amenity
amiable
amnesty
amoral
amorous
amorphous
anachronism
analogy
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Anarchy
anecdote
anguish
animosity
anomaly
antecedent
antipathy
antithesis
apartheid
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Apathy
aphorism
apocalypse
apocryphal
apotheosis
appease

appreciate
apprehensive
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Approbation
appropriate
aptitude
arbiter
arbitrary
arcane
archaic
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Archetype
ardent
arduous
aristocratic
artful
artifice
ascendancy
ascetic
assiduous
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assimilate
assuage
astute
attrition
audacity
augment
auspicious
austere
autocratic
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autonomous
avarice
avow
avuncular
awry
axiom
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banal
bane
bastion
beget
belabor
beleaguer
belie
belittle
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belligerent
bemused
benefactor
benevolent
benign
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bequest
bereaved
beset
blasphemy
blatant
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blight
blithe
bourgeois
bovine
brevity
broach
bucolic
bureaucracy
burgeon
burlesque
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cacophony
cadence
cajole
callow
candor
Capitalism
capitulate
capricious
caricature
castigate
catalyst
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categorical
catharsis
catholic
caustic
celibacy

censure
cerebral
chagrin
charisma
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charlatan
chasm
chastise
chicanery
chimera
choleric
chronic
chronicle
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circuitous
circumlocution
circumscribe
circumspect
circumvent
civil
clemency
clich
clique
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coalesce
coerce
cogent
cognitive
cognizant
coherent
colloquial
collusion
commensurate
compelling
compendium
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complacent
complement
complicity
comprehensive
comprise
conciliatory
concise

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concord
concurrent
condescend
condone
conducive
confluence
congenial
congenital
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conjecture
conjure
connoisseur
consecrate
consensus
consonant
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construe
consummate
contentious
contiguous
contingent
contrite
contrived
conventional
convivial
copious
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corollary
corroborate
cosmopolitan
countenance
coup
covenant
covert
covet
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credulous
criterion
cryptic
culinary

culminate
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culpable
cursory
curtail
cynic
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daunt
dearth
debacle
debauchery
debilitate
decadent
decimate
decorous
deduce
defame
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deference
definitive
degenerate
deleterious
delineate
delude
deluge
demagogue
denizen
depravity
deprecate
deride
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derogatory
desiccate
despondent
despot
destitute
desultory
dialectical

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dictum
didactic
diffident
digress

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discreet

dilettante

discern

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discrete

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disdain
Disinterested

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Disparate

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discriminate

Disparage

Disseminate
Dissipate

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Dissolution

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Distinguish

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Distend

Docile
Doctrinaire
Dogmatic
Domestic
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dormant
dubious
duplicity
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ebullient
eccentric
eclectic
edify
efface
effusion
egalitarian
egocentric
egregious
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elicit

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elliptical
elusive
emigrate

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empirical
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emulate

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encroach
endemic
enervate
enfranchise
engender

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enigma
enormity
ephemeral
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epigram

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equanimity
equitable

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erudite
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espouse

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epitome

equivocal

esoteric

ethereal
euphemism

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evanescent
exacerbate

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exalt

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exemplify

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exhort

exacting

exasperate

exhaustive

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exigency
existential
exonerate
expatriate
expedient
expedite
explicit
extol
extraneous
extrapolate
extricate
extrovert
exult
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fabrication
facetious
facile
faction
farcical
fastidious
fatalist
fatuous
fauna
fecund
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felicity
fervor
fetter
fidelity
figurative
finesse
flagrant
flaunt
flout
foible
foment

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forbear
forgo
forsake
fortuitous
founder
fraternal
frenetic
frugal
furtive
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futile
garrulous
genre
genteel
gesticulate
glut
grandiloquent
grandiose
gratuitous
gravity
gregarious
guile
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hackneyed
hapless
harbinger
hedonism
hegemony
heresy
hermetic
heyday
hiatus
hierarchy
histrionic
homily
homogeneous
husbandry
hyperbole
hypothetical
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iconoclast
ideology
idiosyncrasy

idyllic
ignominy
illicit
imminent
immutable
impartial
impeccable
Imperial`
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impervious
impetuous
implement
impotent
impugn
inane
inaugurate
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incandescent
incantation
incense
incessant
incipient
incisive
incongruous
incorrigible
increment
indifferent
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indigenous
indigent
indignant
indolent
indulgent
ineffable
inept
inert
inexorable
infamous
infatuated
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infer
infinitesimal

ingenuous
inherent
injunction
innate
innocuous
inordinate
insatiable
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insidious
insinuate
insipid
insolent
instigate
insular
insurgent
integral
intractable
intransigent
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Intrinsic
Introspective
Inundate
Invective
Inveterate
Irascible
Ironic
Irrevocable
Itinerant
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Judicious
Juxtapose
Kinetic
Labyrinth
Laconic
Lament
Lampoon
Languish
Largess
Latent
Laud
Legacy
Lethargy
Levity

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Libel
Litigate
Loquacious
Lucid
Lugubrious
Luminous
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Machination
Magnanimous
Magnate
Malaise
Malfeasance
Malinger
Malleable
Mandate
Manifest
Manifesto
Marshal
Martial
Martyr
Matriculate
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Maudlin
Maverick
Maxim
Mediate
Mellifluous
Mendacious
Mendicant
Mentor
Mercenary
Mercurial
Metamorphosis
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Microcosm
Milieu
Minuscule
Misanthropic
Mitigate
Mollify
Monolithic
Moribund
Morose

Mortify
Mundane
Munificent
Myopia
Myriad
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Narcissism
Nebulous
Nefarious
Neologism
Nepotism
Nihilism
Nominal
Nostalgia
Notorious
Novel
Noxious
Nuance
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Obdurate
Obfuscate
Oblique
Oblivion
Obscure
Obsequious
Obtuse
Officious
Onerous
Opaque
Opulent
Orthodox
Ostensible
Ostentatious
Pacify
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painstaking
palliate
palpable
paltry
panacea
paradigm
paradox

parochial
parody
parsimonious
partisan
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patent
paternal
pathology
patriarch
patrician
patronize
paucity
peccadillo
pedantic
pedestrian
pejorative
penchant
penitent
pensive
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peremptory
perennial
perfidy
perfunctory
peripatetic
periphery
perjury
permeate
pernicious
perquisite
pertinent
perturb
peruse
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pervade
petulant
philanthropy
philistine
plous
pivotal
placate
plaintive
platitude
plebeian
plethora

poignant
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polarize
polemic
ponderous
portent
postulate
pragmatic
precedent
precept
precipitate
precipitous
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preclude
precursor
predilection
preeminent
preempt
premise
prepossess
prerogative
prevail
pristine
prodigal
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prodigious
prodigy
profane
profess
proficient
profligate
profound
profuse

proletariat
proliferate
Prolific
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Promulgate
Propensity
Propitious
Proponent
Proprietary
Propriety
Prosaic
Proscribe
Proselytize
Protagonist
Protract
Provident
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Provincial
Provisional
Proximity
Prudent
Purported
Putative
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Qualify
Qualitative
Querulous
Quixotic
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Ramification
Rancor
Rapacious
Rebuke
Rebut
Recalcitrant
recant
reciprocal
reclusive
recondite
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recrimination
redolent

redundant
refute
reiterate
relegate
relentless
relinquish
remonstrate
renaissance
renounce
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reparation
repercussion
replenish
replete
reprehensible
reprisal
reproach
reprove
repudiate
requisite
resolute
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Respite
reticent
revere
rhetoric
rigorous
robust
rogue
rudimentary
ruminate
rustic
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saccharine
sacrilege
sacrosanct
sagacious
salient
salutary
sanctimonious
sanguine
sardonic
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scintillate

scrupulous
scrutinize
secular
sedition
sensory
sentient
sequester
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serendipity
servile
singular
slander
sloth
sobriety
solicitous
solvent
soporific
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sordid
spawn
specious
sporadic
spurious
squalor
squander
stagnation
static
staunch
steadfast
stigmatize
stipulate
stoic
stratum
stricture
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strife
stringent
stymie
subjugate
sublime
subordinate
substantive

subtle
subversive
succinct
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succumb
supercilious
superficial
superfluous
surfeit
surreptitious
surrogate
sycophant
synthesis
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tacit
taciturn
tangential
tangible
tantamount
tautological
temerity
temperate
tenable
tenacious
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tenet
tentative
tenuous
terse
theology
tirade
torpor
touchstone
tout
transcend
transgress
transient
trepidation
turpitude
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ubiquitous
unconscionable
unctuous

uniform
unremitting
unwitting
urbane
usurp
utilitarian
utopia
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vacillate
vapid
vehement
venal
venerate
veracity
verbose
verisimilitude
vernacular
vestige
vex
viable
vicarious
vicissitude
vilify
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vindicate
vindictive
virtuoso
virulent
visionary
vitiate
vitriolic
vocation
vociferous
volatile
volition
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wanton
willful
wistful
zealous

To make ashamed; to embarrass ,


To subside; to reduce ,
To step down from a position of power or responsibility , ,
Something not typical; a deviation from the standard ,
To hate very, very much; to detest ,
Hopeless; extremely sad and servile; defeated; utterly bummed out , ,
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To deny oneself things; to reject; to renounce , ,
Unsuccessful ; ,
To shorten; to condense ; , ;
Total; unlimited; perfect , ,
To forgive or free from blame; to free from sin; to free from an obligation ,
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Abstaining; voluntarily not doing something, especially something pleasant that is bad for
you or has a bad reputation ,
Theoretical; impersonal , ,
Hard to understand ,
Extremely hopeless or wretched; bottomless ,
An award; an honor ; ,
To approach and speak to someone
Bitter; sour; severe [] ,
To comply passively; to accept; to assent; to agree ;
Harsh; like acid , ,
Full of spite; bitter; nasty , ,
Keenness of judgment; mental sharpness ,
Sharp; shrewd ,
Stubborn; unyielding; completely inflexible , ,
To speak to; to direct ones attention to [...] , ' [ ]/

Follower; supporter; believer , , ; ,


To scold gently; to warn , ;
Skillful; dexterous; clever; shrewd; socially at ease , ; ,
Wild or excessive admiration; flattery ,
To contaminate; to make impure ,
Unfavorable; antagonistic , , ,
Having to do with artistic beauty; artistic ,
Easy to talk to; friendly , ,
Unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress , ; ,
Sympathy; attraction; kinship; similarity , ,
Rich; prosperous ,
Program; the things to be done ,
Relating to land; relating to the management or farming of land , ,

Sum total; a collection of separate things mixed together , , ...

One who believes that the existence of a god can be neither proven nor disproven

Cheerful eagerness or readiness to respond , , ,


To assert without proof ; , ;
To relieve, usually temporarily or incompletely; to make bearable; to lessen ,

To distribute; to assign; to allot ,


A combination of two or more things, usually metals ,
An indirect reference (often to a literary work); a hint , , (hint)
Uninvolved; standing off; keeping ones distance , ; ,
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Selflessness; generosity; devotion to the interests of others
Atmosphere; mood; feeling , (mood)
Unclear in meaning; confusing; capable of being interpreted in different ways ,
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Undecided; neutral; wishy-washy ; , ; ,
To make better or more tolerable , ;
Obedient; willing to give in to the wishes of another; agreeable , ;

Pleasantness; attractive or comfortable feature , , ;
Friendly; agreeable , ,
An official pardon for a group of people who have violated a law or policy , ,
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Lacking a sense of right and wrong; neither good nor bad, neither moral nor immoral;
without moral feelings ,
Feeling loving, especially in a sexual sense; in love relating to love , ;

Shapeless; without a regular or stable shape; bloblike ,


Something out of place in time or history; an incongruity ,

A comparison of one thing to another; similarity , (similarity)


Absence of government or control; lawlessness; disorder ,
A short account of a humorous or revealing incident , ;
Agonizing physical or mental pain , , ;
Resentment; hostility; ill will , ,
An aberration; an irregularity; a deviation , ; ,
Someone or something that went before; something that provides a model for something
that came after it , ; ; ,
Firm dislike; a dislike (sympathy), , ;
The direct opposite
The abhorrent policy of racial segregation and oppression in the Repubic of South Africa

Lack of interest; lack of feeling ,


A brief, often witty saying; a proverb
A prophetic revelation, especially one concerning the end of the world ,
Of dubious authenticity; fictitious; spurious [, ]
; []
Elevation to divine status; the perfect example of something
To soothe; to pacify by giving in to , , ; ,

To increase in value , ; ()
Worried; anxious ,
Approval; praise , ,
To take without permission; to set aside for a particular use , , ;
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Capacity for learning; natural ability , , ;
One who decides; a judge , ;
Random; capricious , (random)
Mysterious; known only to a select few , (mysterious)
Extremely old; ancient; outdated
An original model or pattern
Passionate , , (half-hearted)
Hard; difficult , ; ,
Of noble birth; snobbish
Wily; sly , ; (=crafty)
A clever trick; cunning , , ; ,
Supremacy; domination , ,
Hermitlike; practicing self-denial ,
Hardworking; busy; quite diligent , ,
To take in; to absorb; to learn thoroughly , , , ;

To soothe; to pacify; to ease the pain of; to relieve ,


Shrewd; keen in judgment , ;
Gradual wearing away, weakening, or loss; a natural or expected decrease in numbers of
size , , , ,
Boldness; reckless daring; impertinence ;
To make bigger; to add to; to increase , ; ,
Favorable; promising; pointing to a good result ,
Unadorned; stern; forbidding; without excess , , , ,
Ruling with absolute authority; extremely bossy ,
Acting independently , ,
Greed; excessive love of riches ,
To claim; to declare boldly; to admit ,
Like an uncle, especially a nice uncle ();
Off course; twisted to one side ; ; ;
Self-evident rule or truth; a widely accepted saying , , ,
Unoriginal; ordinary ,
Poison; torment; cause of harm , , ,
Stronghold; fortress; fortified place (),
To give birth to; to create; to lead to; to cause ,
To go over repeatedly or to an absurd extent , , ,
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To surround; to besiege; to harass , ,
To give a false impression of; to contradict , ,
To make to seem little; to put someone down , ,

Combative; quarrelsome; waging war , , ; ,


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Confused; bewildered , ...
One who provides help, especially in the form of a gift or donation , ,

Generous; kind; doing good deeds , , ,
Gentle; not harmful; kind; mild , , ,
Something left to someone in a will , ,
Deprived or left desolate, especially through death [ , ]
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Harass; to surround , ;
Irreverence; an insult to something held sacred; profanity ,
Unpleasantly or offensively noisy; glaring , ,
Disease in plants; anything that injures or destroys , ; ,
Carefree; cheerful , ,
Middle class, usually in a pejorative sense; boringly conventional , ,
; ,
Cow related; cowlike cf)canine, equine, feline, piscine, porcine, ursine , ;
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Briefness , ,
To open up a subject for discussion, often a delicate subject ,

Charmingly rural; rustic; countrylike , , ; ,
A system of government administration consisting of numerous bureaus or offices,
especially one run according to inflexible and inefficient rules; any large administrative
system characterized by inefficiency, lots of rules, and red tape (, )
To expand; to flourish ,
A ludicrous, mocking, or exaggerated imitation , , , ,
Harsh-sounding mixture of words, voices, or sounds , ,
Rhythm, the rise and fall of sounds , ,
To persuade someone to do something he or she doesnt want to do ;
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Immature ,
Truthfulness; sincere honesty ,
Free enterprise
To surrender; to give up or give in ,
Unpredictable; like to change at any moment , ,
A portrait or description that is purposely distorted or exaggerated, often to prove some
point about its subject , ,
To criticize severely; to chastise , ; ; ,
In chemistry,~; anyone or anything that makes something happen without being directly
involved in it ,
Unconditional; absolute , ; ,
Purification that brings emotional relief or renewal ,
Universal; embracing everything [, , ] , ; ,

Like acid; corrosive , ,
Abstinence from sex , ,

To condemn severely for doing something bad , , ,


Brainy; intellectually refined , ; ,
Humiliation; embarrassed disappointment , ,
A magical-seeming ability to attract followers or inspire loyalty , ; ,

Fraud; quack; con man , ;


A deep, gaping hole; a gorge , , ; , ; ,
To inflict punishment on; to discipline , ;
Trickery; deceitfulness; artifice; especially legal or political , ,
An illusion; a foolish fancy ,
Hot-tempered; quick to anger ,
Constant; lasting a long time; inveterate ,
A record of events in order of time; a history , ,
Roundabout; not following a direct path , ,
An indirect expression; use of wordy or evasive language , ,

To draw a line around; to set the limits; to define; to restrict. .. ,


; , ;
Cautious , ,
To frustrate as though by surrounding , ; ,
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Polite; civilized; courteous ,
Mercy; forgiveness; mildness() ; ,
An overused saying or idea ,
An exclusive group bound together by some shared quality or interest ,
To come together as one; to fuse; to unite , ;
To force someone to do or not to do something , ,
Powerfully convincing ,
Dealing with how we know the world around us through our senses; mental ,

Aware; conscious ,
Holding together; making sense , ; ,
Conversational; informal in language
Conspiracy; secret cooperation ,
Equal; proportionate , ;
Forceful; causing to yield... ,
A summary; an abridgment , ,
Self-satisfied; overly pleased with oneself; contented to a fault , ,

To complete or fill up; to be the perfect counterpart , ,

Participation in wrongdoing; the act of being an accomplice , ,


Covering or including everything , ; ,
To consist of; to be composed of cf) constitute, compose , , ;
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Making peace; attempting to resolve a dispute through goodwill , ,

Brief and to the point; succinct ,

Harmony; agreement , , ;
Happening at the same time; parallel ,
To stoop to someone elses level, usually in an offensive way; to patronize ,

To overlook; to permit to happen ,
Promoting ,
A flowing together, especially of rivers; place where they begin to flow together , (
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Agreeably suitable; pleasant , , ,
A trait or condition acquired between conception and birth; innate ,
To guess; to deduce or infer on slight evidence , ; /

To summon or bring into being as if by magic ..., , (


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An expert, particularly in matter of art or taste ( ) ,
To make or declare sacred , , ,
Unanimity or general agreement , ,
Harmonious; in agreement , ;
To interpret ,
Perfect; complete; supremely skillful , , ; , ;
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Argumentative; quarrelsome , ;
Side by side; adjoining , ,
Dependent; possible , ; ... , ,
Admitting guilt; especially feeling remorseful ,
Artificial; labored ,
common; customary; unexceptional , ; ; ,
Fond of partying; festive , ;
Abundant; plentiful , ;
something that follows; a natural consequence ,
to confirm; to back up with evidence , ;
at home in many places or situations; internationally sophisticated ,
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face; facial expression, especially an encouraging one , , , ; ,
; ,
a brilliant victory or accomplishment; the violent overthrow of a government by a small
internal group , ; ,
a solemn agreement; a contract; a pledge , , ; ,
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secret; hidden , , ,
to wish for enviously , ; ,
eager to believe; gullible , ,
standard;basis for judgment ,
mysterious; mystifying , , (mysterious);

relating to cooking or the kitchen ,

to climax; to reach full effect , ,


deserving blame; guilty , , ,
hasty; superficial , ,
to shorten; to cut short , , ...
one who deeply distrusts human nature; one who believes humans are motivated only by
selfishness , ,
to make fearful; to intimidate... , ,
lack; scarcity , ;
violent breakdown; sudden overthrow; overwhelming defeat ,
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wild living; excessive intemperance , , ; , ,
to weaken; to cripple
decaying or decayed, especially in terms of morals ,
to kill or destroy a large part of ; 10 1
proper; in good taste; orderly , ; ; ,
to conclude from evidence; to infer , ; ,
to libel or slander; to ruin the good name of ,
submission to anothers will; respect; courtesy , ,
conclusive; providing the last word , ; , ;
to break down; to deteriorate , ; ; ;
harmful ,
to describe accurately; to draw in outline ,
to deceive , ...;
a flood; an inundation , , ; (, )
a leader of the people, but more a rabble rouser ,
inhabitant , ; , ,
extreme wickedness or corruption , ,
to express disapproval of , ,
to ridicule; to laugh at contemptuously ,
disapproving; degrading , ;
to dry out ,
extremely depressed; full of despair ,
an absolute ruler; an autocrat , ,
extremely poor; utterly lacking ,
without a plan or purpose; disconnected; random , ; ,

relating to discussions; relating to the rules and methods of reasoning; approaching truth in
the middle of opposing extremes ,
an authoritative saying; an adage; a maxim; a proverb , ; ,
intended to teach; morally instructive; pedantic ,
timid; lacking in self-confidence , ; , ,
to stray from the main subject , ,
someone with superficial knowledge of the arts; an amateur; a dabbler ,

to have insight; to see things clearly, to discriminate; to differentiate , ,

prudent; judiciously reserved ,

unconnected; separate; distinct , , , ,


to notice or point out the difference between two or more things; to discern; to differentiate
, ;
arrogant scorn; contempt , ,
not taking sides; unbiased , ; , ;
to belittle; to say uncomplimentary things about, usually in a somewhat indirect way
, ; ,
different; incompatible; unequal ,
to spread the seeds of something; to scatter; to make widely known ,
; ,
to thin out, drift away, or dissolve; to cause to thin out, drift away, or dissolve; to waste or
squander , , ,
the breaking up or dissolving of something into parts; disintegration
, ; , , to swell; to extend a great deal , ;

to tell apart; to cause to stand out , ;


easily taught; obedient; easy to handle , , ; ,

inflexibly committed to a doctrine or theory without regard to its practicality; dogmatic


,
arrogantly assertive of unproven ideas; stubbornly claiming that something (often a system
of beliefs) is beyond dispute , ; ,
having to do with the household or family; not foreign , ; , ;
;
A inactive; as though asleep; asleep , , , ,
~volcano, ~window
A full of doubt; uncertain , , , ,
, a ~ friend, be ~ about cf) dubitable
N the act of being two-faced; double-dealing; deception , , , ,
cf) duplication , duplicate a n v
A boiling; bubbling with excitement; exuberant; , , n
ebullience,-cy n ebullition , ,
A not conventional; a little kooky; irregular , ; ; ()
N , ; ; ()
A choosing the best from many sources; drawn from many sources ,
n cf) eclecticism
Vt to enlighten; to instruct, especially in moral or religious matters ();
cf)edifying ,
Vt to erase; to rub away the features of , , eclipse Cf ) effaceable,
effacement
N a pouring forth (), , , () Effuse v (
) Effusive a , ,
A believing in the social and economic equality of all people / N
A selfish; believing that one is the center of everything , , n
egoism egoistic, -tical
A extremely bad; flagrant , , ()
Vt to bring out; to call forth , , ~a laugh from, ~a reply elicitation
n

Adj oval; missing a word or words; obscure () Ellipsis ()


ellipsoid ()
Adj hard to pin down; evasive , , , elude V
elusion , , ,
V to move to a new country; to move a new place to live; to expatriate
emigrant a , n , opps immigrate
Adj relying on experience or observation; not merely theoretical , ,
; ~philosophy Empiricism ()

Vt to strive to equal or excel, usually through imitation , ,


, emulator , emulation emulous be emulous
of
Vi to make gradual or stealthy inroads into; to trespass , (on, upon)
,
A native; restricted to a particular region or era; indigenous , ,
n endemicity
V to reduce the strength or energy of, especially to do so gradually ,
a ,
V to grant the privileges of citizenship, especially the right to vote ;
; ment
V to bring into existence; to create; to cause , produce; ;
ment ,
N a mystery (riddle),
N extreme evil; a hideous offense; immensity , , ,
A lasting a very short time , ,
N a brief and usually witty or satirical saying ,
N a brief summary that captures the meaning of the whole; the perfect example of
something; a paradigm , , , ;
N composure; calm ,
Adj fair , ,
Adj ambiguous; intentionally confusing; capable of being interpreted in more than one way
, ,
Adj scholarly; deeply learned , ;
Adj hard to understand; understood by only a select few; peculiar , , ,

V to support; to advocate ,
Adj heavenly, as light and insubstantial as a gas or ether (heavenly), ,

N a pleasant or inoffensive expression used in place of an unpleasant or offensive one

Adj fleeting; vanishing; happening for only the briefest period ,


V to make worse , ;
Adj extremely demanding; difficult; requiring great skill or care ,,,

V to raise high; to glorify , , ,


V to annoy thoroughly; to make very angry; to try the patience of ,
, ,
V to illustrate by example; to serve as a good example , ...
Adj thorough; rigorous; complete; painstaking , , ,
,
V to urge strongly; to give a serious warning to , ,

N an emergency; an urgency ,
Adj having to do with existence; having to do with the body of thought called
existentialism, which basically holds that human beings are responsible for their own
actions but is otherwise too complicated to summarize in a single sentence ,
,
V to free completely from blame; to exculpate , ,
V to throw (someone) out of his or her native land; to move away from ones native land; to
emigrate ,
Adj providing an immediate advantage; serving ones immediate self-interest; practical
, ,
V to speed up or ease the progress of , ; ,

Adj clearly and directly expressed , ; , ,
V to praise highly; to laud ,
Adj unnecessary; irrelevant; extra ; ; , ;

V to protect or deduce from something known; to infer


, ;
V to free from difficulty , ,
N an open, outgoing person; a person whose attention is focused on others rather than on
himself or herself
V to rejoice; to celebrate , , , ...

N a lie; something made up , ; ; ,


Adj humorous; not serious; clumsily humorous ,
Adj fluent; skillful in a superficial way; easy , , ; , ;
,
N a group, usually a small part of a larger group, united around some cause; disagreement
within an organization , ,
Adj absurd; ludicrous , ,
Adj meticulous; demanding; finicky ,
N someone who believes that future events are already determined and that humans are
powerless to change them
Adj foolish; silly; idiotic , ; ,
N animals cf) flora , (animal)
Adj fertile; productive , , ()
N happiness; skillfulness, especially at expressing things; adeptness , ,
, ,
N great warmth or earnestness; ardor; zeal , , (ardor)
V to restrain; to hamper ,
N faithfulness; loyalty , ,
Adj based on figures of speech; expressing something in terms usually for something else;
metaphorical , ; ; ,
N skillful maneuvering; subtlety; craftiness , , , ,
Adj glaringly bad; notorious; scandalous , ,
V show off; to display ostentatiously , ; ;
V to disregard something out of disrespect ,
N a minor character flaw , ; ; (
)
V to stir up; to instigate , ,

v
v
v
a
v
a
a
a
a

to refrain from ; to abstain , , ; ,


to do without ; to forbear , ... ,
to abandon ; to renounce ; to relinquish ,
accidental ; occurring by chance
to fail ; to collapse ; to sink , , ,
like brothers ,
frantic ; frenzied ,
economical ; penny-pinching , ; ,
secretive ; sly , ,

a useless ; hopeless , ; ,
a talkative; chatty , , ,
n a type or category, especially of art or writing , , ;
a refined ; polite ; aristocratic ; affecting refinement , ; ;

v to make gestures, especially when speaking or in place of speaking
,
n surplus ; an overabundance , , ,
a pompous ; using a lot of big, fancy words in an attempt to sound impressive
,
a absurdly exaggerated , ,
a given freely (said of something bad) ; unjustified ; unprovoked ; uncalled for ,
; ,
n seriousness , , ; ;
a sociable ; enjoying the company of others , ; ; ,

n cunning ; duplicity ; artfulness , , ,


a overused ; trite ; stale ,
a unlucky , (unlucky)
n a forerunner ; a signal of , ;
n the pursuit of pleasure as a way of life
n leadership, especially of one nation over another
n any belief that is strongly opposed to established beliefs ,
a impervious to external influence ; airtight , , , ,

n golden age ; prime (prime)


n a break or interruption, often from work , ;
n an organization based on rank or degree ; pecking order , ;
,
a overly dramatic ; theatrical , ; ,
n a sermon ,
a uniform ; made entirely of one thing , (uniform)
n thrifty management of resources ; livestock farming ,
n an exaggeration used as a figure of speech ; exaggeration ; , ,
(exaggeration)
a uncertain ; unproven ,
n one who attacks popular beliefs or institutions ,
n a system of social or political ideas , ,
n a peculiarity ; an eccentricity , , , ,

a
n
a
a
a
a
a
a

charming in a rustic way ; naturally peaceful , ,


deep disgrace , , ,
illegal ; not permitted , ,
just about to happen , ,
unchangeable ,
fair ; not favoring one side or the other ; unbiased ,
flawless ; entirely without sin , ,
like an emperor or an empire , , , ; , ;

a not allowing anything to pass through ; impenetrable ,


; ,
a impulsive ; extremely impatient , ;
v to carry out (to carry out), ,
a powerless ; helpless ; unable to perform sexual intercourse ,
v to attack, especially to attack the truth or integrity of something ,
a silly ; senseless , ,
v to begin officially ; to induct formally into office , ;

a brilliant ; giving off heat or light , ,
n a chant ; the repetition of statements or phrases in a way reminiscent of a chant
()(chant); ; ,
a make very angry
a unceasing ,
a beginning ; emerging ,
a cutting right to the heart of the matter , , ,
a not harmonious ; not consistent ; not appropriate not fitting in ,

a incapable of being reformed , , ,


n an increase ; one in a series of increases , , ,
a not caring one way or the other ; apathetic ; mediocre , ;
, ; ,
a native ; originating in that area , ,
a poor ,
a angry, especially as a result of something unjust or unworthy ; insulted , ,

a lazy , ;
lenient ; yielding to desire ,
a incapable of being expressed or described , ,

a clumsy ; incompetent ; gauche , ,
a inactive ; sluggish ; not reacting chemically , , ;

a relentless ; inevitable ; unavoidable , ,


a shamefully wicked ; having an extremely bad reputation ; disgraceful ,
, ; ;
a foolish ; foolishly passionate or attracted ; made foolish ; foolishly in love ,
,
v to conclude ; to deduce , ,
a very, very, very small ; infinitely small , ;

a frank ; without deception ; simple ; artless ; charmingly na ve , ;

a part of the essential nature of something ; intrinsic , ,


n a command or order, especially a court order , , ,
a existing since birth ; inborn ; inherent ,
a harmless ; banal ,
a excessive ; unreasonable , ; , ,
a hard or impossible to satisfy ; greedy ; avaricious ,
a treacherous ; sneaky , ;
v to hint ; to creep in , (hind)
a dull ; bland ; banal , ,
a arrogant ; insulting , ,
v to provoke ; to stir up , ,
a like an island ; isolated , ,
n a rebel ; someone who revolts against a government , , ,

a essential ,
a uncontrollable ; stubborn ; disobedient , ,
a uncompromising ; stubborn
a part of the essential nature of something ; inherent ,
a tending to think about oneself ; examining ones feelings ,
v to flood ; to cover completely with water ; to overwhelm , ,
,
n insulting or abusive speech , ,
a habitual ; firm in habit ; deeply rooted , ,
a easily angered or provoked ; irritable ,
a meaning the opposite of what you seem to say ; using words to mean something other
than what they seem to mean , ,
a irreversible ,
a moving from place to place , , ,
a exercising sound judgment , ,
v to place side by side ,
a having to do with motion ; lively ; active , ; ,

n a maze ; something like a maze (maze), ,


a using few words, especially to the point of seeming rude ,
v to mourn , ,
v to satirize ; to mock ; to parody ,
v to become weak, listless, or depressed , , ; ;
;
n generous giving of gifts (or the gifts themselves) ; generosity ; philanthropy , (
)
a present but not visible or apparent ; potential , ; ,

v to praise ; to applaud ; to extol ; to celebrate ,


n something handed down from the past ; a bequest
n sluggishness ; laziness ; drowsiness ; indifference ; , ,

n lightness ; frivolity ; unseriousness , ,

n a written or published falsehood that injures the reputation of, or defames, someone
, ;
v to try in court ; to engage in legal proceedings ; /;

a talking a lot or too much , ,


a clear ; easy to understand , ; ; ;
a exaggeratedly mournful ; ;
a giving off light ; glowing ; bright , , ; ,
n scheming activity for an evil purpose ,
a forgiving ; unresentful ; noble in spirit ; generous , ,
n a rich, powerful, or very successful businessperson , ; ,
n a feeling of depression, uneasiness, or queasiness ,
n an illegal act, especially by a public official
v to pretend to be sick to avoid doing work
a easy to shape or bend , , ,
n a command or authorization to do something ; the will of the voters as expressed by the
results of an election , ; , ,
a visible ; evident ,
n a public declaration of beliefs or principles, usually political ones ,
v to arrange in order ; to gather together for the purpose of doing something ,
;
a warlike ; having to do with combat , ; ; ,
n someone who gives up his or her life in pursuit of a cause, especially a religious one ; one
who suffers for a cause ; one who makes a show of suffering in order to arouse sympathy
, ; ,
v to enroll, especially at a college ,
a silly and overly sentimental , ,
n a nonconformist ; a rebel , , ,
n a fundamental principle ; an old saying , ,
v to help settle differences ,
a sweetly flowing ,
a lying ; dishonest ,
n a beggar (beggar)
n a teacher, tutor, counselor, or coach ; especially in business, an experienced person who
shows an inexperienced person the ropes (teacher, tutor)
n a hired soldier ; someone who will do anything for money ,
a emotionally unpredictable ; rapidly changing in mood , ; ,
;
n a magical change in form ; a striking or sudden change , , ,
n
n
a
a
v
v
a
a
a

the world in miniature ,


environment ; surroundings ,
very tiny
hating mankind ,
to moderate the effect of something , , ;
to soften ; to soothe ; to pacify , , ,
massive, solid, uniform, and unyielding , ;
dying ,
gloomy ; sullen (gloomy, sullen), , ,

a
a
a
a
n

to humiliate , , ,
ordinary ; pretty boring ; not heavenly and eternal , ,
very generous ; lavish , (lavish),
nearsightedness ; lack of foresight ;
a huge number ;

n excessive love of ones body or oneself


a vague ; hazy ; indistinct , , ; ,
a evil ; flagrantly wicked , ,
n a new word or phrase ; a new usage of a word (new word),
n showing favoritism to friends of family in business or politics ,

n the belief that there are no values or morals in the universe ,


a in name only ; insignificant ; A-OK (during rocket launches) , ,
;
n sentimental longing for the past ; homesickness ; (homesickness)
a famous for something bad , ,
a new ; original , ; ,
a harmful ; offensive , ; ,
n a subtle difference or distinction , , ;
a stubborn and insensitive , ,
v to darken ; to confuse ; to make confusing , ;
,
a indirect ; at an angle , , ; ,
n total forgetfulness ; the state of being forgotten , ;
a unknown ; hard to understand ; dark , ; , ,

a fawning ; subservient ; sucking up to ,


a insensitive ; blockheaded , ,
a annoyingly eager to help or advise , ,
a burdensome ; oppressive ,
a impossible to see through ; impossible to understand , ; ,

a luxurious ,
a conventional ; adhering to established principles or doctrines, especially in religion ; by
the book , , ; ,
a apparent (but misleading) ; professed ,
a excessively conspicuous ; showing off , ;
,
v to calm someone down ; to placate , ,
a extremely careful ; taking pains , (=pains-taking = taking
pains)
v to relieve or alleviate something without getting rid of the problem ; to assuage ; to
mitigate , , ;
a capable of being touched ; obvious ; tangible , ,
a insignificant ; worthless , , ,
n something that cures everything
n a model or example , ;
n a true statement or phenomenon that nonetheless seems to contradict itself ; an untrue
statement or phenomenon that nonetheless seems logical ,

a
n
a
n

narrow or confined in point of view ; provincial ; ,


a satirical imitation ,
stingy (=stingy)
one who supports a particular person, cause, or idea , ,

a obvious , (=obvious)
a fatherly ; fatherlike ,
n the science of diseases
n the male head of a family or tribe , ; , ;
n a person of noble birth ; an aristocrat , ;
v to treat as an inferior ; to condescend to , ;
n scarcity , (=scarcity), ,
n a minor offense ,
a boringly scholarly or academic ,
a unimaginative ; banal (unimaginative), , (banal)
a negative ; disparaging (negative), (disparaging)
n a strong taste or liking for something ; a predilection , ,
a sorry ; repentant ; contrite , (sorry, repentant,
contrite)
a thoughtful and sad ,
a final ; categorical ; dictatorial , ; , ; ,
(categorical)
a continual ; happening again and again or year after year ,
(continual)
n treachery , (treachery)
a unenthusiastic ; careless (careless;), (unenthusiastic)
a
wandering ; traveling continually ; itinerant (itinerant),
(wandering)
n the outside edge of something , ; ,
n lying under oath , ,
v to spread or seep through ; to penetrate , ,
a deadly ; extremely evil ; , (deadly)
n a privilege that goes along with a job ; a perk , (=perk)
a relevant ; dealing with the matter at hand , , ... , (relevant)
v to disturb greatly ,
v to read carefully ,
v to spread throughout , , ,
a rude ; cranky ; ill-tempered , , (cranky, rude)
n love of mankind, especially by doing good deeds , ; ,
n a smugly ignorant person with no appreciation of intellectual or artistic matters ,

a reverent or devout ; outwardly (and sometimes falsely) reverent or devout ; hypocritical
, ; ; ,
a crucial , , (crucial)
v to pacify ; to appease ; to soothe , , ; ,
a expressing sadness or sorrow , , ,
n a dull or trite remark ; a clich , ; ; ,
n common ; vulgar ; low class ; bourgeois , ; (vulgar),
n an excess ,

a painfully emotional ; extremely moving ; sharp or astute , ; ,



v to break up into opposing factions or groupings , ; ,

n a powerful argument often make to attack or refute a controversial issue ,


a so large as to be clumsy ; massive ; dull (massive), ,
, (dull), ,
n an omen ; a sign of something coming in the future ; ; ()
n something accepted as true without proof ; and axiom , , ,
; ,
a practical ; down to earth ; based on experience rather than theory ,
n an earlier example or model of something , ,
n a rule to live by ; a principle establishing a certain kind of action or behavior ; a maxim
, (maxim); , ,
v to cause to happen abruptly , , ,

a steep , (steep); ,
v to prevent something from ever happening , ; ,

n forerunner ; something that goes before and anticipates or paves the way for whatever it
is that follows , , ,
n a natural preference for something ,
a better than anyone else ; outstanding ; supreme , , ,
v to seize something by prior right
n an assumption ; the basis for a conclusion , , ; ,
v to preoccupy ; to influence beforehand or prejudice ; to make a good impression on
beforehand ; ,
n a right or privilege connected exclusively with a position, a person, a class, a nation, or
some other group or classification , ;
v to triumph ; to overcome rivals ; (with on, upon, or with) to persuade ,
; ,
a original ; unspoiled ; pure , , ,
a wastefully extravagant , ; ,
a extraordinary; enormous; vast , ; , ,
n an extremely talented child; an extraordinary accomplishment or occurrence; wonder /
, , , ,
a not having to do with religion; irreverent; blasphemous ;
,
v to declare; to declare falsely or pretend; ; ; ;
cf) professed , , , , , professional a
, n , ,
a thoroughly competent; skillful; very good (at something) , (at, in) n
(expert)
a extravagantly wasteful and, usually, wildly immoral a , n
,
a deep (several senses); ~sleep, ~knowledge, ~meaning, ~thanks, ~anxiety, ~bow n
profundity, profoundness , ; , , , ,
n() ,
a flowing; extravagant , ; , ;

n the industrial working class ,


v to spread or grow rapidly ,
a abundantly productive; fruitful or fertile , , ,
v to proclaim; to publicly or formally declare something , , ,
,
n a natural inclination or tendency; a predilection , , ,
a marked by favorable signs or conditions , , ; ,

n an advocate; a supporter of a position , ; ,


a characteristic of an owner of property; constituting property , ,
;
n properness; good manners , ; ,
a dull; unimaginative; like prose (as opposed to poetry) , ,
v to outlaw; to prohibit , , ;
v to convert (someone) from one religion or doctrine to another; to recruit converts to a
religion or doctrine ,
n the leading character in a novel, play, or other work; a leader or champion , ,

v to prolong , , , (prolong)
a preparing for the future; providing for the future; frugal , ;

a limited in outlook to ones own small corner of the world; narrow ; ,


; ,
a conditional; temporary; tentative , ,
n nearness , ,
a careful; having foresight , , ,
a rumored; claimed , ; ,,, ,
a commonly accepted; supposed; reputed , ,
v to modify or restrict , , ; ,
a having to do with the quality or qualities of something (as opposed to the quantity)
,
a complaining; grumbling; whining , ;
a romantic or idealistic to a foolish or impractical degree ,
n a consequence; a branching out , ; , , ;
n bitter, long-lasting ill will or resentment , ,
a greedy; plundering; avaricious , ,
v to criticize sharply ,
v to contradict; to argue in opposition to; to prove to be false ,
a stubbornly defiant of authority or control; disobedient , ,
v to publicly take back and deny (something previously said or believed); to openly confess
error , ,
a mutual; shared; interchangeable (mutual), , ,
a hermitlike; withdrawn from society , ,
a hard to understand; over ones head , ,
n a bitter counteraccusation, or the act of making a bitter counteraccusation ,
, ,
a fragrant (fragrant)

a unnecessarily repetitive; excessive; excessively wordy , ,


v to prove to be false; to disprove ,
v to say again; to repeat ,
v to banish; to send away , ,
a continuous; unstoppable , ,
v to release or let go of; to surrender; to stop doing , , ,

v to argue against; to protest; to raise objections , ,


n a rebirth or revival , ,
v to give up formally or resign; to disown; to have nothing to do with anymore
,
n paying back; making amends; compensation , ; ,
n a consequence; an indirect effect , , , ,
v to fill again; to resupply; to restore ,
a completely filled; abounding , ; , ,
a worthy of blame or censure , ,
n a military action undertaken in revenge for another; an act of taking an eye for an eye
, , ;
v to scold, usually in disappointment; to blame; to disgrace , , ;

v to criticize mildly , , ,
v to reject; to renounce; to disown to have nothing to do with , ,

required necessary , ,
determined; firm; unwavering , , ,
n a period of rest or relief , , ;
a quiet; restrained; reluctant to speak, especially about oneself , ,

v to respect highly; to honor ,


n the art of formal speaking or writing; inflated discourse , , ,

a strict; harsh; severe , , ; ,


a strong and healthy; vigorous , , ,
n a criminally dishonest persons; a scoundrel , ; ,
a basic; crude; unformed or undeveloped , ; ,
v to contemplate; to ponder; to mull over ,
a rural lacking urban comforts or sophistication; primitive (rural), ,
,
a
n
a
a
a
a
a
a
a

sweet; excessively or disgustingly sweet ,


a violation of something sacred; blasphemy
sacred; held to be inviolable ,
discerning; shrewd; keen in judgement; wise , ,
sticking out; conspicuous; leaping , ; ,
healthful; remedial; curative ,
pretending to be devout; affecting religious feeling
cheerful; optimistic; hopeful , , , ,
mocking; scornful ,

v to sparkle, either literally or figuratively ,

a strict; careful; hesitant for ethical reasons , ; , ,

v to examine very carefully ,


a having nothing to do with religion or spiritual concerns
n treason; the incitement of public disorder or rebellion (treason); ,

a having to do with the senses or sensation ,
a able to perceive by the senses; conscious , ...
v to set or keep apart , ; ,
accidental good fortune; discovering good things without looking for them ,

submissive and subservient; like a servant ,
unique; superior; exceptional; strange , ; (unique),
to speak badly about someone publicly; to defame; to spread malicious rumor ,

laziness; sluggishness
the state of being sober; seriousness , , ,
eager and attentive, often to the point of hovering; anxiously caring or attentive ...
, ; ,
not broke or bankrupt; able to pay ones bills ,

sleeping inducing; extremely boring; very sleepy ,


vile; filthy; squalid (filthy, squalid), , , (vile)
to bring forth; to produce a large number ,
deceptively plausible or attractive , ,
stopping and starting; scattered; occurring in bursts every once in a while
, ,
false; fake (false, fake)
filth; wretched, degraded, or repulsive living conditions , ; ,
to waste , , ,
motionlessness; inactivity ,
stationary; not changing or moving , ,
firmly committed; firmly in favor of; steadfast , ; , ,
(steadfast)
loyal; faithful (loyal, faithful), ,
to brand with disgrace; to set a mark of disgrace upon , ,

to require something as part of an agreement , ()


indifferent (at least outwardly) to pleasure or pain, to joy or grief, to fortune or misfortune
; /
a layer; a level , (layer, level)
a restriction; a limitation; a negative criticism , ;
bitter conflict; discord; a struggle or clash , , , ,
strict; restrictive , ,
to thwart; to get in the way of; to hinder ,
to subdue and dominate; to enslave ,
awesome; extremely exalted; lofty; majestic (lofty), , ,
(awesome)
lower in importance, position, or rank; secondary , ; ,
having substance; real; essential; solid; substantial , ;

not obvious; able to make fine distinctions; ingenious; crafty , , ,

corrupting; overthrowing; undermining; insurgent ,


brief and to the point; concise
to yield or submit; to die , ; ,
haughty; patronizing ,
on the surface only; shallow; not thorough , ; , ;

extra; unnecessary; redundant ,
excess; an excessive amount; excess or overindulgence in eating or drinking , ,

sneaky; secret , ,
substitute ,
one who sucks up to others
the combing of parts to form a whole , ;
implied; not spoken , , (implied)
untalkative by nature , ,
only superficially related to the matter at hand; not especially relevant; peripheral ,
; ,
touchable; palpable (touchable, palpable), , ,
,
equivalent to ,
redundant; circular , ; (redundant)
boldness; recklessness; audacity , (boldness; recklessness; audacity)
mild; moderate; restrained (mild), ,
defensible, as in ones position in an argument; capable of being argued successfully; valid
, ,
persistent; stubborn; not letting go (persistent), , (stubborn)

a shared principle or belief


experimental; temporary; uncertain , , ; ,
flimsy; extremely thin , ,
using no unnecessary words; succinct (succinct)
the study of god or religion ,
prolonged, bitter speech ,
sluggishness; inactivity; apathy , ,
a standard; a test of authenticity or quality ,
to praise highly; to brag publicly about ... , ... ;

to go beyond or above; to surpass , ,


to violate (a law); to sin , (violate)
not staying for a long time; temporary ,
fear; apprehension; nervous trembling (fear), , ,
shameful wickedness; depravity , ,
being everywhere at the same time ,
not controlled by conscience; unscrupulous , ,
oily, both literally and figuratively; insincere , , ,

consistent; unchanging; the same for everyone , (consistent, unchanging)


unceasing; unabated; relentless ,
unintentional; ignorant; not aware ,
poised; sophisticated; refined , ,
to seize wrongfully , ,
stressing usefulness or utility above all other qualities; pragmatic , ,

an ideal society
to be indecisive; to waver , ; ,
without liveliness; dull; spiritless , ,
intense; forceful; violent , , ,
capable of being bribed; willing to do anything for money; corrupt
, , ; ,
to revere; to treat as something holy, especially because of great age ,
truthfulness , ,
using too many words; not succinct; circumlocutory , ,
similarity to reality; the appearance of truth; looking like real thing ,
, ,
everyday speech; slang; idiom
a remaining bit of something; a last trace ,
to annoy; to pester; to confuse ,
capable of living; workable ,
experienced, performed, or suffered through someone else; living through the experiences
of another as though they were ones own experiences , , ,

upheaval; natural cange; change in fortune , , ;


to say vile things about; to defame , ;
to clear from all blame or suspicion; to justify , , ,
;
seeking revenge ,
a masterful musician; a masterful practitioner in some other field (),
,
extremely poisonous; malignant; full of hate , ; , (
)
a dreamer; someone with impractical goals or ideas about the future ,

to make impure; to pollute ... , , ;


caustic; full of bitterness ,
an occupation; a job , , , ; ,
loud; noisy ,
quick to evaporate; highly unstable; explosive , ; ,
; , ,
will; conscious choice , ,
malicious; unjustifiable; unprovoked , , , ,

deliberate; obstinate; insistent on having ones way , ,


yearning; sadly longing , ,
enthusiastically devoted to something; fervent ,

abase
abet
abeyance
abjure
abomination
aboriginal
abound
abrogate
accede
accentuate
access
acclaim
accord
accouterments
accrue
acquisitive
acquit
acronym
adage
adduce
adjourn
adjunct
ad-lib
advent
adventitious
advocate
affidavit
affiliate
affliction
afford
affront
aftermath
aggrandize
aggrieve
aghast
alchemy
alienate
allegiance
allegory
allot
altercation
amass
amid
anathema
ancillary
angst
annex
annuity
antedate
anterior
anthology
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anthropomorphic
antipodal
antiquity
aperture
apex
apogee
apoplexy
apostasy
appalling
apparition
appellation
appendage
apportion
apposite
appraise
apprise
appurtenance
apropos
apt
arcade
archipelago
archives
arid
armament
armistice
arraign
arrant
arrears
arsenal
articulate
artisan
ascertain
ascribe
askance
aspersion
assail
assert
assess
astringent
asylum
atone
atropny
attest
attribute
augur
august
auspices
auxiliary
avail
avang-garde
aversion
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avert
avid
bacchanal
baleful
balk
ballyhoo
balm
bandy
banter
baroque
barrage
bauble
bedlam
begrudge
behest
bemoan
benediction
benighted
bestow
bilious
bivouac
blanch
bland
blandishment
bliss
bluster
bombast
bon vivant
vona fide
boon
boor
booty
botch
bracing
brandish
bravado
brawn
brazen
breach
brink
bristle
bromide
brouhaha
brusque
buffoon
bulwark
byzantine
cabal
cache
calamity
callous
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calumny
canon
cant
canvass
capacious
capital
captivate
carcinogenic
cardinal
careen
cartography
cascade
cataclysm
caucus
cavalier
cavil
chaff
chameleon
champion
channel
chaste
cherub
chortle
churl
chutzpah
cipher
curcumnavigate
citadel
clandestine
classic
cleave
climatic
cloister
clone
clout
cloy
coddle
cogitate
cohort
commemorate
commiserate
commodious
compatible
competent
compile
comply
composed
compromise
compunction
concave
concede
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concentric
concert
concoct
concomitant
confederate
confer
confidant
configuration
conflagration
confluence
confound
congeal
conjugal
connive
conservatory
consign
consolidate
conscpicuous
consternation
constituency
contempt
continuum
contraband
contretemps
contumely
conundrum
convene
conversant
converse
convey
conviction
convolution
copious
cordial
corollary
corporeal
correlation
corrosive
corrugated
coterie
cower
crass
craven
crescendo
crestfallen
crevice
cringe
critique
cruz
cuisine
cull
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curb
curmudgeon
cursory
debase
debunk
decree
decry
deem
defiit
defile
deft
defunct
degrade
deign
deity
dejected
delectable
delinquent
delve
demeanor
demise
demography
demur
demure
denomination
denote
denounce
depict
deplete
deplore
deploy
depose
depredate
derelict
desist
devout
diatribe
dichotomy
diffuse
dilapidated
dilate
dilemma
diminution
dire
dirge
disaffect
disarrary
disclaim
discomfit
disconcert
discourse
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discrepancy
discursive
disgruntle
disinformation
dismal
dismay
dispassionate
disperse
dispirit
disposition
disproportionate
disquiet
dissemble
dissent
disservice
dissident
dissuade
distinct
diurnal
divine
divulge
document
doldrums
doleful
dolt
dotage
double entendre
dour
downcast
downplay
draconian
droll
dross
duress
ebb
ecclesiastical
eclipse
ecosystem
edict
edifice
effectual
efficacy
effigy
elation
electorate
elegy
elite
elocution
emaciate
emanate
emancipate
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embargo
embellish
embody
embroil
embryonic
emissary
empathy
empower
endear
engaging
enmity
ennui
ensue
entail
entity
entreat
entrepreneur
enumerate
envision
epicure
epilogue
epoch
equestrian
estimable
estrange
ethics
eulogy
evince
evoke
excise
exempt
exhume
exodus
exorbitant
expiate
explicate
exposition
expostulate
expunge
exquisite
extant
extort
extremity
exuberant
facade
facet
fallacy
fathom
faux
fawn
feign
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fester
fetish
fiasco
fiat
fickle
figment
fiscal
fledgling
flippant
florid
fodder
folly
foray
forebode
foreclose
forensic
forestall
forswear
forte
forthright
foster
fragmentary
fruitful
fuel
fulminate
gaffe
galvanize
gambit
gamut
garner
gastronomy
generic
genesis
genocide
germane
ghastly
gratis
grievous
grimace
guise
habituate
hacyon
harass
harbinger
harp
harry
heinous
herald
hoary
homage
hubris
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hypocrisy
idiom
imbue
impasse
impeacb
impecunious
impede
inpending
inpenetrable
imperative
impetuous
implication
importune
impoverish
impregnable
impresario
impromptu
improvise
impunity
inadvertent
inalienable
incarnation
incendiary
inclination
inculcate
incumbent
incursion
indict
induce
ineluctable
ineradicable
inflammatory
influx
infraction
infrastructure
infringe
infuse
ingratiate
inimical
inimitable
innuendo
unquisition
insouciant
insufferable
insuperable
insurrection
integral
interim
interloper
interlude
interminable
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intermittent
intersperse
intervene
intimate
intricate
intrigue
invidious
inviolate
invoke
iridescent
jargon
jaunt
jingoism
jocular
jubilation
juction
junta
karma
larceny
lascivious
lavish
lax
layman
liaison
licentious
limpid
listless
litany
livid
loath
lobby
lout
ludicrous
lyrical
malapropism
mania
marginal
materialistic
mawkish
meander
medium
melancholy
melee
menagerie
meticulous
millennium
more
mode
modulate
momentum
moratorium
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mores
motif
motley
minicipal
muse
muster
mystic
nebulous
nemesis
neophyte
nirvana
noisome
nomadic
nomenclature
nonchalant
nullify
obeisance
objective
obtrusive
obviate
occult
odious
odyssey
olfactory
oligarchy
ominous
omniscient
opprobrious
ordinance
oscillate
osmosis
ostracize
oust
override
overture
oxymoron
palatable
pallor
pandemic
panegyric
parable
paragon
parallel
paranoia
paranormal
paroxysm
partition
pastoral
pathos
patina
patrimony
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peculiar
peregrination
perpetrator
perpetuate
perverse
phantasm
phlegmatic
pilgrimage
placebo
platonic
plausible
pliable
plight
plunder
pluralism
pontificate
porous
posterity
posthumous
posture
prattle
precarious
precocious
predecessor
predicament
predispose
predominant
pregnant
prelude
premeditated
preponderance
presage
presentiment
presumably
presuppose
primal
pristine
privation
proclaim
procure
progeny
propagate
propound
prot g
protocol
provocation
prowess
prurient
pseudonym
psyche
pummel
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punctilious
pundit
pungent
punitive
purblind
puritanical
quaint
quandary
quasi
quay
quel
query
queue
quiescent
quintessential
quizzical
quotidian
rampant
rapture
rarefied
ratify
ratiocination
rationale
raucous
reactionary
rebuff
recidivism
reclaim
redeem
redress
referendum
refractory
regime
regimen
remission
remuneration
rend
render
repartee
replicate
repose
repress
reprimand
reprisal
reprobate
repugnant
resignation
resplendent
resurrection
retort
retrospect
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revamp
revel
revile
revulsion
rhapsodize
ribald
rife
rivet
rout
rue
sally
salutation
sanction
sarcasm
savant
scant
schism
scorn
seamless
secede
seclusion
sect
sedentary
self-made
sententious
serene
serpentine
shackle
shibboleth
shrewd
singular
skirmish
skittish
slake
solace
solidarity
sophomoric
sordid
sovereign
spate
specious
specter
spectrum
spurn
stalwart
stark
stint
stipend
stolid
stout
stratagem
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stupendous
stupor
subside
subsidiary
subsidize
substantiate
subterfuge
suffice
suffrage
suffuse
sumptuous
supersede
supine
supplication
suppress
surmise
surreal
susceptible
sweeping
syntax
systemic
tactical
taint
tedium
teem
temporal
temporize
tepid
thesis
thorny
threshold
throttle
thwart
timorous
titillate
titular
toil
tortuous
toxic
transfix
trauma
travesty
trenchant
triumvirate
tryst
tumult
turbid
turmoil
uncanny
underlying
undermine
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underpinning
underscore
underwrite
unilateral
usury
vacuous
vagary
vanquish
veneer
verdant
verge
verity
vie
vigilant
vignette
viscous
vivacious
vogue
voluminous
voluptuous
voracious
waft
waive
wake
wane
warrant
wary
wizened
woe
wrath
zeitgeist
zenith

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[, ] ,
... ,
[](), , ; obey-
[, , ] , [ ]
, , ()
, ,
, ...
[, ] , /
.., ,
... , ,
, (),
,
/; ,
[ ] , , ,
[](), [ ] ,
, [, , ]
, , ; ,
() ex)U.F.O.

... ; [, ] , cite
... , ,
,
...
[ , ], ,
, , ,
/
, /
... , , ,/
, , ; , , ,
... , ,
/
, ,
[] , , [, , ]...
... , , ; grievous-
,

..., ... , ...


, , , [ ] , loyalty
, , , ,
/, , allocate
, , , debate
[] , ,
... [], ... , ...,
(); ,
, ,

,
(),
[]... , ...()
, (, ), ,
, , [ ], , collection
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(, )
,
, ; ,
, , , chasm
, , ,
[, ],
(), ,
, , , treacher
, ; appellate-, compell-
, ,
,
,
, , allocation, allot
, , , apropos, apt
... , ,
... ,
, , appendage
, , , apposite, apt
, , ... ; , , apposite, apropos
( )
( )
() ,
, , ,
, ,

[] ; , , , ,
,
, , ,
,

,
, ( )
( )...
;
,

, ()
(, )
, ; stringent-,, contingent-,
() ;
, , amend
, ; , ,
,
()... , ()...
, ...
, ,
, , , , ,
,
, ...
()
,
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(, ) , (, ),
, , avarice; arid-
,

;
, ;
, , ().
( ) , (, )
,
,
; ( ) ,
,
,
; , , wistful

, ,
, ; ();
, , irasible, choleric

, ; , bleach
, () ; , ,
,
,
(, ) ,
;

,
,

,
; ,
... , , galvanize
( ) , ()

; () , ; bleach-

, () ,
, ,
, , ,
,

, , ,
, ( )
,
,
,
() , , , ,
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,
, ,
; recant-,
,
, , ,
, (), , ,
... , ,

, ,
;[ ] ;[] ()
[], []
,
, , ,
, ,
,; ; (knight)
,
,
,
[]...
, ; ,
[], ; ,
;
, ,
, ; , , boor
, blatant
0(), ; ,
... , []
, ,
, , , arcane
, , ; ,
... , ; ... ; , , rent
[],
, , , ,
; ; ()
, , [],
,
... , ; ,
, ... ;... /, ruminate, deliberate
, , ; , ,
[]... , ... /
... () , , ...
, ,
, , ,
, ,
,
, ,
, ,
, , , ()
, ; ; []
, ;
... , ... [, ] , , avow, accede=agree
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[, ]
, , , , , ;
... ,, , ;
, , ; (),
(), (), ; , ; /
, , (),
[ ] ()
[, ] , , ,

[ ], ; [, ], ,
, , , ... , confused
... ,
[], []
, (); ,
, ; , ; ,
... , ; /; ; ...
/; ,
, ,
,
, , ; , ; constitute-
, , ,
,
; , ; ,
() , contingent
[, ], ( )
[ ]; ,
, ; ... , , gather
, ; ,
, , ; ,
, , , , []
, , ()
,
, ,
, , ; , , , loyalty
[] ,
, , , , substentive
()
[], ; []
, ,
, , , ; ,
[, ]
, , , dull
, ; ,
, , []
,
[ ]
[ ] , , ,
[], [], ,
,
, , culinary
, /
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... , ; , ; [],

, ,
[, ];

, , ()
, (denounce)
(...)
, , (surplus)
, , ... (desecrate), =consecrate
,
1. , (deceased); 2. , demise
1. , , 2. , 3. (deteriorate)
~ , condescend
, ,
,
, ; deleterous-,
, , , lazy, guilty
,
, , , behavior
, , defunct

,
, ,
, , ,

,
, ,
,
(lamnet), , mourn
()
(), () , abdicate
, plunder
1. , , 2.
, , renounce
, , devote
; , (invective)
,

, , devastate
,

, , diminish
, ; ; , ;

... , ... ; , disgruntle


, ,
, ,
... (frustrate); , confuged
, , confuged
, ,
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,
, , (digressive)
... , ... , , disaffect
,
, (dreary)
,
, , indifferent
,
, ... , depressed
, ,
, ,
... , ...
[, ] , ,

, ,
,
[ ]()
, , ,
, ,
, ; ,
[]
...
,
,
,
, (senility)

(forbidding),
,
... ,
(),
,
[ ], , , chaff
, ;
, ; , emaciate
,
[]... , ... , [] /

, , (decree)

, (adequate)
,
,
, , elate

,

, , rhiteric; elaborate-,
... ,
[, , ] , , disperse
... ,
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, ,
... , (adorn)
[] () , [ ] , +ethereal
[, ]... , ; ,
, ; , ;
, ;
[]
... ,
... , ,
, , ,
, , , , animity
, (boredom)
, ; [] ,
[ ]... , ;...
, ; , ;
[] , , ,
, [];
... , ; ... , ...
[ ] , ...
, ; , culinary
[]
[], ; ( )
, ; , ()
() , () ;
[] , , [] , ...
, ; , ,
, () ;
[ ] , ; ... ; invoke-
[ ] , , [] , , elicit, extract
[, ] , ... , ; , , , efface
... , , (), immune
... , [](, )
[ ], ; [ ] ,
, , , egregious
... ; [ ] , amend, atone
[, , ] , ... ,
, ; ,
, , exhort; postulate-
... , (), ... ; , efface, excise
, , , (intense)
() , extand
, ; ; []
, , ; , , ; (), extreme
, ; ; , ; [, ]
[] , [],
[ ] , ; [, ] , ; facetuous-
(),
[] (sound), [ ] ,
false ,
[ ] , ; n.
... , ... , [ ] , ; , dissemble
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[ ] , , , erode, corrosive
[, ], ;
,
, , ,
, ; ; finichy-
() ; ,
(), ;
, , ; ; fledge-
, ; ,
,
[] , ; , (raw material)
(); (imprudence)
, ; an initial venture
[ ] , ; /
, [] ; , ()
( ),
... , ...
... , ... , (recant)
,
1. , 2.
(, ) ,
,
, () , , ,
1. () 2. ... (kindle)
,
, (blunder), fiasce; plunder-, plounder-
... , (revitalzie), bracing
( ) ,
,
1. ... 2. ()
, , culinary

,

, (pertinet)
, ()
, ; , gratuitous
, , , mourn, bemoan; aggrieve-,
, , ,
, , ,
... ,
, ; , , ,
[] , ...
, ,
[ ]
[] , ; ,
, , ,
[ , ], (harbinger)
[] , , ; hoard-
,
[ ] , , insolent
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, ; ...
, [, ] ,
1.(, )... , , 2....
, ,
1. , 2.
,
... ,
, (imminent)
1. 2.
,
, ,
,
...
1.... 2. (, ) ,
,
(, )
,
1. 2.

, , insouciant
,
1. 2. , , (embodiment)
1. , 2.
,
... ,
1. , 2.
, , incursive
... , , impeach
, ... , persuade
, ; elude-,
, , +eradicable, eradicate
,

, , , break, infringe, breach


, , ()
... , () , break, infringe, breach
1.() 2.() (instill)
... , ... ; gratification-, gratify-,
1. , 2.
,
,
1.() , 2.() ,
, , inadvertent

, (invincible)
, ; resurrection-
,
1., (meantime) 2.
, (intruder);
(episode),
,
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, , [, ]
... , ; [ ]...
.. . (, ), ;
... , ; ,
, ; ,
, ; , ; ,
, ; ; , , malaise
, ; [, ] ,
[ ] ; [, ] , [ ]
, ,
, ; ;
,
(), ,
, ,
,
, ; , ; ,
[ ]
, ;
, []
, ; , , licentious, prurient
... (); ...
, , ; ; ,
, , ; [ ],
(connecion; association); ,
, [], (lewd); ,
[, , ], ; [],
; , ,
[], ; ()
[ ]; ; (enraged)
, (reluctant)
[] ; ... ;[]
, ; , boor; rout-, tout-
, , (ridiculous)
(), ,
;
, , ..., ...
; , [], []
[], []
, ; ,
, , ...
, ; ,
, , ,
, ,
a collection of animals ; []
, ,
, ;
,
, ,
, ; , ,
, ; , ,
, ;
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, ,
, , ,
, ; ,
();
,
,
, ; , ;
, ; ,
,
beginner; novice
,
, ; , ; ,
,
; ,
, , , disinterest
, ,
, , , , obedient, obedience, obeisant, obey
, , +subjective
, , , obtrude, compelling, coerce
, ,
, ,
, ,
() ;
, ; ,
,
, ; ;
, ,
, , , , ,
, , decree, mandate
, , , ,
,
, , relegate
, , expel
, , ,
, ; , ,

, ; , , , palate
[ ] paleness, whiteness
( )
,
; palpable=touchable, culpable=guilty
, , , paradigm
, , ;
,
,
,
,
, idyllic
, ,
, , , archaic
, legacy; lethargy-,
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1. , 2. ,
,
,
... . ... ()
, , obdurate, stern, stif
,
1. , 2. , , disinterest, nonchalant, indifferent

()
1. 2.()
1. 2.
1. , 2.
(), ,
, ; flounder-
1.() 2.
()
1. 2.
,
,
() ,

1. 2.

, ,
,
() ... , ... ()
, , , dominant
1. 2.
, overture
,
(, , ) ,
... ,
( ) ,
, , , presume
...
1. , 2.
1. , 2.
,
... , (declare)
( )... ,
,
1.(, ) , 2. ,
(, ) , , propose

,
, , (incitement)
1. , 2. ,
1. , 2. , licentious, lascivious
,
,
()... ; plumb=plummet
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,
, erudite
, , ; repugnant-
,
, , ,
,
1. 2. , archaic
, ,
,
, , harbor, haven
(, ) , ()
,
1. ( ) 2. ()
,
, ,
,
, , ordinary
1. , 2. , 3.
, , , bliss

( ) , ,
,
,

1. 2. ,
1. 2. ...

... (), ... /; ; proclaim-
buy back(), [] (fulfill); ;[, ] ; deem-
[, ] , , , , revise
[],
, ; [ ], ;
, ;
, ( , a regulated course
[, ], ; [ ]; (pardon), ,
, ; ,
... , , ; ; rant-, rent-
... ; ;
; , ();
... ; ... ;
; , ;
... , ; ...
[ ] , ; ,
, ; [ ] , , vengeful
, ;
, ; ,
, ; [] , (acquiescence); ,
,
, ; insurrection-,
, ... , ; extort-, tortuous-
,
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( or ) , , transcribe
, ; rebel-
... , ... , belie-
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()
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, cf)salute
1. 2. 3. ,
, , (sneer)
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1. , 2. ,
1. 2.
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,
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,
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; extemporize-
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