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abate:
/ə'beɪt/ v. Syn. subside; decrease; lessen
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity

aberrant:
/æ'bɛrənt/ n. Syn. abnormal; deviant
abnormal; markedly different from an accepted norm

abscond:
/æb'skɒnd/ v.
leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution

accolade:
/'ækəleɪd/ n. Syn. praise
award of merit; expression of approval; praise

acumen:
/'ækjʊmɛn, ə'kju:mɛn/ n. Syn. acuteness; insight
mental keenness; quickness of perception

adulation:
/ædjʊ'leɪʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. flattery; admiration
excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise

adulterate:
/ə'dʌltəreɪt/ v.
make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances

aesthetic:
/i:s'θɛtɪk/ a. Syn. artistic; elegant
elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste

aggrandize:
/ə'grændaɪz/ v. Syn. increase; intensify
increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation

alacrity:
/ə'lækrɪtɪ/ n.
cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness

alchemy:
/'ælkəmɪ/ n.
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming

amalgamate:
/ə'mælgəmeɪt/ v. Syn. combine; mix
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury

ameliorate:
/ə'mi:lɪəreɪt/ v. Syn. improve
make or become better; improve; grow better

amenable:
/ə'mi:nəb(ə)l/ a. Syn. responsible; accountable
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable

anomaly:
/ə'nɒməlɪ/ n. Syn. irregularity
irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order

approbation:
/æprə'beɪʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. approval
expression of warm approval; praise

archaic:
/ɑr'keiɪk/ a. Syn. antiquated
no longer current or applicable; antiquated

arduous:
/'ɑrdjʊəs/;/'ɑrdʒʊəs/ a. Syn. hard; strenuous
demanding great effort or labor; difficult

ascetic:
/ə'sɛtɪk/ a. Syn. austere; severe
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere

assuage:
/ə'sweɪdʒ/ v. Syn. relieve
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease

astringent:
/ə'strɪndʒənt/ a. Syn. austere
causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere

audacious:
/ɔ:'deɪʃəs/ a. Syn. brave; bold
fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold

austere:
/ɒ'stɪə(r)/ a.
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented

avarice:
/'ævərɪs/ n.
greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain

aver:
/ə'vɜr(r)/ v. Syn. affirm
declare to be true; affirm

axiom:
/'æksɪəm/ n.
self-evident truth requiring no proof

bolster:
/'boʊlstə(r)/ v. Syn. support; reinforce
support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion

bombastic:
/bɒm'bæstɪk/ a. Syn. pompous
pompous; using inflated language; high-sounding but with little meaning

bucolic:
/bju:'kɒlɪk/ a. Syn. rustic; pastoral
rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation

burgeon:
/'bɜrdʒ(ə)n/ v. Syn. thrive; mushroom
grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly

canon:
/'kænən/ n.
law or rule; decision, regulation, code, or constitution made by authority; books of the Bible officially accepted; a group of literary works

capricious:
/kə'prɪʃəs/ a. Syn. unpredictable; fickle; arbitrary
fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly

catalyst:
/'kætəlɪst/ n. Syn. enzyme; stimulus
agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged

caustic:
/'kɔ:stɪk/ a.
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action

censure:
/'sɛnʃə(r)/ v. Syn. blame; criticize
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame

chary:
/'tʃɛərɪ/ a. Syn. cautious
cautious; sparing or restrained about giving

chicanery:
/ʃɪ'keɪnərɪ/ n. Syn. trickery; deception
mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry

cogent:
/'koʊdʒənt/ a. Syn. convincing
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive

connoisseur:
/kɒnə'sɜr(r)/ n. Syn. specialist; expert
specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts

contentious:
/kən'tɛnʃəs/ a. Syn. quarrelsome; disagreeable
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy

convention:
/kən'vɛnʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. conference; norm; custom
social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states

convoluted:
/'kɒnvəlutɪd/ a. Syn. intricate
coiled around; highly involved; intricate

credulous:
/'krɛdjʊləs/;/'krɛdʒələs/ a.
apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting; believed too readily

cynicism:
/'sɪnəsɪz(ə)m/ n.
a scornfully or jadedly negative comment or act

dearth:
/dɜrθ/ n. Syn. scarcity
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops

decorum:
/dɪ'kɔ:rəm/ n.
propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior

demur:
/dɪ'mɜr(r)/ v. Syn. hesitate
object because of doubts; hesitate

desiccate:
/'dɛsɪkeɪt/ v.
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture

discordant:
/dɪ'skɔ:d(ə)nt/ a. Syn. conflicting
not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant

discretion:
/dɪ'skrɛʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. prudence
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively

disinterested:
/dɪs'ɪntrɪstɪd/ a. Syn. indifferent
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial

disparage:
/dɪ'spærɪdʒ/ v. Syn. belittle
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank

disparate:
/'dɪspərət/ a. Syn. unrelated
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar

dissemble:
/dɪ'sɛmb(ə)l/ v. Syn. disguise; pretend
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of

divulge:
/daɪ'vʌldʒ/ v. Syn. reveal
reveal; make known to public

dogmatic:
/dɒg'mætɪk/;/dɔ:gmætɪk/ a. Syn. opinionated; doctrinal
stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid

eccentric:
/ɪk'sɛntrɪk/ a. Syn. irregular; odd; whimsical; bizarre
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern

eclectic:
/ɪ'klɛktɪk/ a.
composed of elements from a variety of sources

effrontery:
/ɛ'frʌntərɪ/ n.
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity

elegy:
/'ɛlɪdʒɪ/ n.
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem

eloquent:
/'ɛləkwənt/ a. Syn. expressive; persuasive
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive

emollient:
/ɪ'mɒlɪənt/ n.
having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin

empirical:
/ɛm'pɪrɪk(ə)l/ a.
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory

endemic:
/ɛn'dɛmɪk/ a.
prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific area or country

enervate:
/'ɛnəveɪt/ v. Syn. weaken
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve

enigmatic:
/ɛnɪg'mætɪk/ a. Syn. obscure; puzzling
obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for

ennui:
/ɒn'wi:/ n.
feeling of being bored by something tedious

ephemeral:
/ɪ'fɛmərəl/ a.
short-lived; enduring a very short time

equivocate:
/ɪ'kwɪvəkeɪt/ v. Syn. lie; mislead
lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth

erudite:
/'ɛru:daɪt/ a. Syn. learned; scholarly
learned; scholarly, with emphasis on knowledge gained from books

esoteric:
/i:soʊ'tɛrɪk/ a. Syn. mysterious
hard to understand; known only in a particular group

eulogy:
/'ju:lədʒɪ/ n.
expression of praise, often on the occasion of someone's death

evanescent:
/i:və'nɛs(ə)nt/;/ɛv-/ a. Syn. fleeting; vanishing
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor

exacerbate:
/ɛk'sæsəbeɪt/ v. Syn. worsen; embitter
increase severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate

exculpate:
/'ɛkskʌlpeɪt/ v.
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges

exonerate:
/ɪg'zɒnəreɪt/ v. Syn. acquit; exculpate
acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty

facetious:
/fə'si:ʃəs/ a. Syn. humorous
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous

fallacy:
/'fæləsɪ/ n.
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception

fawn:
/fɔ:n/ n.
young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal

fervent:
/'fɜrvənt/ a.
extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt

filibuster:
/'fɪlɪbʌstə(r)/ v.
block legislation by making long speeches

flout:
/flaʊt/ v. Syn. reject; mock
reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt

fortuitous:
/fɔ:'tju:ɪtəs/;/-'tu:-/ a. Syn. accidental; random
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause

furtive:
/'fɜrtɪv/ a.
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy

garrulous:
/'gærʊləs/ a. Syn. wordy; talkative
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details

germane:
/dʒɜr'meɪn/ a. Syn. pertinent; relevant
related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant

glib:
/glɪb/ a. Syn. fluent
performed with a natural or offhand ease

gregarious:
/grɪ'gɛərɪəs/ a. Syn. sociable
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others

hackneyed:
/'hæknɪd/ a. Syn. commonplace
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse

halcyon:
/'hælsɪən/ a.
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity

harangue:
/hə'ræŋ/ n.
noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression

hegemony:
/hɪ'gɛmənɪ/;/'hɛdʒɛmoʊnɪ/ n.
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others

heretical:
/hə'rɛtɪkəl/ a. Syn. oppositional
departing from accepted beliefs or standards; oppositional

hubris:
/'hju:brɪs/ n.
excessive pride or self-confidence

hyperbole:
/haɪ'pɜrbəlɪ/ n. Syn. exaggeration; overstatement
figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement

imminent:
/'ɪmɪnənt/ a. Syn. impending
near at hand; close in time; about to occur

immutable:
/ɪ'mju:təb(ə)l/ a. Syn. unchangeable
unable to be changed without exception; not mutable

impassive:
/ɪm'pæsɪv/ a.
without feeling; revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited

impecunious:
/ɪmpɪ'kju:nɪəs/ a. Syn. poor
without money; poor; penniless

imperturbable:
/ɪmpə'tɜrbəb(ə)l/ a. Syn. calm; placid
unshakably calm; placid; incapable of being disturbed or disconcerted

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abate
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abnormal; markedly different from an accepted norm
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increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation
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greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
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subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
aberrant
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abnormal; markedly different from an accepted norm
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not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
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repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
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short-lived; enduring a very short time
abscond
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fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold
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support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion
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leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
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reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
accolade
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irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
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reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
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a scornfully or jadedly negative comment or act
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award of merit; expression of approval; praise
acumen
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
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mental keenness; quickness of perception
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causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
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composed of elements from a variety of sources
adulation
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excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise
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reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
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apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting; believed too readily
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accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
adulterate
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make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
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leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
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belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
aesthetic
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capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
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mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
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elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
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expression of praise, often on the occasion of someone's death
aggrandize
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increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation
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support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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make or become better; improve; grow better
alacrity
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young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal
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propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
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cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness
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feeling of being bored by something tedious
alchemy
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
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medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
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figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
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belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
amalgamate
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without feeling; revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited
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figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
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poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
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combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
ameliorate
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make or become better; improve; grow better
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irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
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no longer current or applicable; antiquated
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support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion
amenable
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
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without feeling; revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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award of merit; expression of approval; praise
anomaly
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agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
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block legislation by making long speeches
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irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
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deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
approbation
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noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression
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poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
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expression of warm approval; praise
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talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
archaic
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no longer current or applicable; antiquated
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agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
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acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
arduous
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young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal
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medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
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reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
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demanding great effort or labor; difficult
ascetic
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young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal
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leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
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make or become better; improve; grow better
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figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
assuage
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
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ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
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object because of doubts; hesitate
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leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
astringent
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pompous; using inflated language; high-sounding but with little meaning
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dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
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causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
audacious
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law or rule; decision, regulation, code, or constitution made by authority; books of the Bible officially accepted; a group of literary works
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold
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without money; poor; penniless
austere
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hard to understand; known only in a particular group
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knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
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composed of elements from a variety of sources
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strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
avarice
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departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
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elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
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greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
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repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
aver
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vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
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short-lived; enduring a very short time
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scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
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declare to be true; affirm
axiom
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performed with a natural or offhand ease
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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increase severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate
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self-evident truth requiring no proof
bolster
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strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
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elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
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support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
bombastic
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not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
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declare to be true; affirm
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increase severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate
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pompous; using inflated language; high-sounding but with little meaning
bucolic
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sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
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combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
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rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
burgeon
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belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
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near at hand; close in time; about to occur
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grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
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elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
canon
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law or rule; decision, regulation, code, or constitution made by authority; books of the Bible officially accepted; a group of literary works
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hard to understand; known only in a particular group
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performed with a natural or offhand ease
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not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
capricious
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mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
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mental keenness; quickness of perception
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make or become better; improve; grow better
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
catalyst
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stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid
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agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
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leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
caustic
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feeling of being bored by something tedious
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excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise
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capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
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block legislation by making long speeches
censure
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excessive pride or self-confidence
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noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression
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propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
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expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
chary
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cautious; sparing or restrained about giving
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idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
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knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
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excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise
chicanery
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idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
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mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
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unable to be changed without exception; not mutable
cogent
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fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
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reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
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coiled around; highly involved; intricate
connoisseur
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grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
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performed with a natural or offhand ease
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specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts
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coiled around; highly involved; intricate
contentious
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social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
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near at hand; close in time; about to occur
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quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
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lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth
convention
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noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression
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mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
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rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation
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social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
convoluted
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expression of warm approval; praise
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dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
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coiled around; highly involved; intricate
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
credulous
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apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting; believed too readily
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repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
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acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty
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increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation
cynicism
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agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
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a scornfully or jadedly negative comment or act
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irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
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derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
dearth
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scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
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greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
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elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
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reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
decorum
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propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
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belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
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acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty
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idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
demur
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object because of doubts; hesitate
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weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
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coiled around; highly involved; intricate
desiccate
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fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
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performed with a natural or offhand ease
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dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
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irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
discordant
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leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
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not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
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joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
discretion
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knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
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stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid
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expression of warm approval; praise
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accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
disinterested
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not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
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deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
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agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
disparage
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social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
Exercise
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
Exercise
extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
disparate
Exercise
departing from accepted beliefs or standards; oppositional
Exercise
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
Exercise
award of merit; expression of approval; praise
Exercise
hard to understand; known only in a particular group
dissemble
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
Exercise
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
Exercise
elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
Exercise
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
divulge
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
Exercise
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
Exercise
reveal; make known to public
Exercise
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
dogmatic
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domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
Exercise
demanding great effort or labor; difficult
Exercise
stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid
Exercise
award of merit; expression of approval; praise
eccentric
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stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
make or become better; improve; grow better
Exercise
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
eclectic
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cautious; sparing or restrained about giving
Exercise
composed of elements from a variety of sources
Exercise
make or become better; improve; grow better
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
effrontery
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no longer current or applicable; antiquated
Exercise
acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
elegy
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sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
eloquent
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related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
Exercise
agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
emollient
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
Exercise
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
Exercise
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
Exercise
near at hand; close in time; about to occur
empirical
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
Exercise
near at hand; close in time; about to occur
Exercise
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
Exercise
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
endemic
Exercise
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
Exercise
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
Exercise
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
Exercise
prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific area or country
enervate
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
Exercise
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
Exercise
lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth
Exercise
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
enigmatic
Exercise
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
Exercise
specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts
Exercise
acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty
Exercise
obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for
ennui
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departing from accepted beliefs or standards; oppositional
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
feeling of being bored by something tedious
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
ephemeral
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short-lived; enduring a very short time
Exercise
near at hand; close in time; about to occur
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
Exercise
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
equivocate
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make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances
Exercise
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
Exercise
demanding great effort or labor; difficult
Exercise
lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth
erudite
Exercise
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
Exercise
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
Exercise
figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
Exercise
learned; scholarly, with emphasis on knowledge gained from books
esoteric
Exercise
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
Exercise
no longer current or applicable; antiquated
Exercise
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
Exercise
hard to understand; known only in a particular group
eulogy
Exercise
expression of praise, often on the occasion of someone's death
Exercise
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
Exercise
self-evident truth requiring no proof
Exercise
irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
evanescent
Exercise
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
Exercise
demanding great effort or labor; difficult
Exercise
not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
exacerbate
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award of merit; expression of approval; praise
Exercise
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
Exercise
increase severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate
Exercise
expression of warm approval; praise
exculpate
Exercise
mental keenness; quickness of perception
Exercise
make or become better; improve; grow better
Exercise
fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
Exercise
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
exonerate
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feeling of being bored by something tedious
Exercise
acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
facetious
Exercise
grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
Exercise
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
Exercise
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
fallacy
Exercise
block legislation by making long speeches
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
fawn
Exercise
greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
Exercise
abnormal; markedly different from an accepted norm
Exercise
declare to be true; affirm
Exercise
young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal
fervent
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combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
Exercise
extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
Exercise
elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
Exercise
rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation
filibuster
Exercise
cautious; sparing or restrained about giving
Exercise
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
Exercise
block legislation by making long speeches
Exercise
increase severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate
flout
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subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
Exercise
lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth
Exercise
causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
Exercise
reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
fortuitous
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reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
Exercise
expression of warm approval; praise
Exercise
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
Exercise
social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
furtive
Exercise
hard to understand; known only in a particular group
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
Exercise
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
Exercise
greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
garrulous
Exercise
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
Exercise
without feeling; revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited
Exercise
social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
Exercise
declare to be true; affirm
germane
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related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
Exercise
cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness
glib
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performed with a natural or offhand ease
Exercise
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
Exercise
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
Exercise
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
gregarious
Exercise
specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts
Exercise
short-lived; enduring a very short time
Exercise
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
hackneyed
Exercise
feeling of being bored by something tedious
Exercise
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
Exercise
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
Exercise
irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
halcyon
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
Exercise
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively
Exercise
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
harangue
Exercise
block legislation by making long speeches
Exercise
excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise
Exercise
noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression
Exercise
irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
hegemony
Exercise
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
Exercise
no longer current or applicable; antiquated
Exercise
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
Exercise
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
heretical
Exercise
departing from accepted beliefs or standards; oppositional
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
hubris
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
Exercise
excessive pride or self-confidence
Exercise
without money; poor; penniless
Exercise
a scornfully or jadedly negative comment or act
hyperbole
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pompous; using inflated language; high-sounding but with little meaning
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
Exercise
figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
imminent
Exercise
near at hand; close in time; about to occur
Exercise
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
Exercise
no longer current or applicable; antiquated
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fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
immutable
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related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
demanding great effort or labor; difficult
Exercise
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
Exercise
unable to be changed without exception; not mutable
impassive
Exercise
increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation
Exercise
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
Exercise
without feeling; revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited
Exercise
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
impecunious
Exercise
without money; poor; penniless
Exercise
agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged
Exercise
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
Exercise
social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
imperturbable
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
short-lived; enduring a very short time
Exercise
unshakably calm; placid; incapable of being disturbed or disconcerted
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor

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/ə'beɪt/ v. Syn. subside; decrease; lessen
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity


Spelling Word: abate

/æ'bɛrənt/ n. Syn. abnormal; deviant
abnormal; markedly different from an accepted norm


Spelling Word: aberrant

/æb'skɒnd/ v.
leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution


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/'ækəleɪd/ n. Syn. praise
award of merit; expression of approval; praise


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/'ækjʊmɛn, ə'kju:mɛn/ n. Syn. acuteness; insight
mental keenness; quickness of perception


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/ædjʊ'leɪʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. flattery; admiration
excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise


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/ə'dʌltəreɪt/ v.
make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances


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/i:s'θɛtɪk/ a. Syn. artistic; elegant
elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste


Spelling Word: aesthetic

/ə'grændaɪz/ v. Syn. increase; intensify
increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation


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/ə'lækrɪtɪ/ n.
cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness


Spelling Word: alacrity

/'ælkəmɪ/ n.
medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming


Spelling Word: alchemy

/ə'mælgəmeɪt/ v. Syn. combine; mix
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury


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/ə'mi:lɪəreɪt/ v. Syn. improve
make or become better; improve; grow better


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/ə'mi:nəb(ə)l/ a. Syn. responsible; accountable
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable


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/ə'nɒməlɪ/ n. Syn. irregularity
irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order


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/æprə'beɪʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. approval
expression of warm approval; praise


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/ɑr'keiɪk/ a. Syn. antiquated
no longer current or applicable; antiquated


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/'ɑrdjʊəs/;/'ɑrdʒʊəs/ a. Syn. hard; strenuous
demanding great effort or labor; difficult


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/ə'sɛtɪk/ a. Syn. austere; severe
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere


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/ə'sweɪdʒ/ v. Syn. relieve
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease


Spelling Word: assuage

/ə'strɪndʒənt/ a. Syn. austere
causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere


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/ɔ:'deɪʃəs/ a. Syn. brave; bold
fearlessly, often recklessly daring; bold


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/ɒ'stɪə(r)/ a.
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented


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/'ævərɪs/ n.
greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain


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/ə'vɜr(r)/ v. Syn. affirm
declare to be true; affirm


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/'æksɪəm/ n.
self-evident truth requiring no proof


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/'boʊlstə(r)/ v. Syn. support; reinforce
support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion


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/bɒm'bæstɪk/ a. Syn. pompous
pompous; using inflated language; high-sounding but with little meaning


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/bju:'kɒlɪk/ a. Syn. rustic; pastoral
rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation


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/'bɜrdʒ(ə)n/ v. Syn. thrive; mushroom
grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly


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/'kænən/ n.
law or rule; decision, regulation, code, or constitution made by authority; books of the Bible officially accepted; a group of literary works


Spelling Word: canon

/kə'prɪʃəs/ a. Syn. unpredictable; fickle; arbitrary
fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly


Spelling Word: capricious

/'kætəlɪst/ n. Syn. enzyme; stimulus
agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged


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/'kɔ:stɪk/ a.
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action


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/'sɛnʃə(r)/ v. Syn. blame; criticize
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame


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/'tʃɛərɪ/ a. Syn. cautious
cautious; sparing or restrained about giving


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/ʃɪ'keɪnərɪ/ n. Syn. trickery; deception
mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry


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/'koʊdʒənt/ a. Syn. convincing
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive


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/kɒnə'sɜr(r)/ n. Syn. specialist; expert
specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts


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/kən'tɛnʃəs/ a. Syn. quarrelsome; disagreeable
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy


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/kən'vɛnʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. conference; norm; custom
social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states


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/'kɒnvəlutɪd/ a. Syn. intricate
coiled around; highly involved; intricate


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/'krɛdjʊləs/;/'krɛdʒələs/ a.
apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting; believed too readily


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/'sɪnəsɪz(ə)m/ n.
a scornfully or jadedly negative comment or act


Spelling Word: cynicism

/dɜrθ/ n. Syn. scarcity
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops


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/dɪ'kɔ:rəm/ n.
propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior


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/dɪ'mɜr(r)/ v. Syn. hesitate
object because of doubts; hesitate


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/'dɛsɪkeɪt/ v.
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture


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/dɪ'skɔ:d(ə)nt/ a. Syn. conflicting
not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant


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/dɪ'skrɛʃ(ə)n/ n. Syn. prudence
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively


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/dɪs'ɪntrɪstɪd/ a. Syn. indifferent
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial


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/dɪ'spærɪdʒ/ v. Syn. belittle
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank


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/'dɪspərət/ a. Syn. unrelated
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar


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/dɪ'sɛmb(ə)l/ v. Syn. disguise; pretend
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of


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/daɪ'vʌldʒ/ v. Syn. reveal
reveal; make known to public


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/dɒg'mætɪk/;/dɔ:gmætɪk/ a. Syn. opinionated; doctrinal
stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid


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/ɪk'sɛntrɪk/ a. Syn. irregular; odd; whimsical; bizarre
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern


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/ɪ'klɛktɪk/ a.
composed of elements from a variety of sources


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/ɛ'frʌntərɪ/ n.
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity


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/'ɛlɪdʒɪ/ n.
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem


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/'ɛləkwənt/ a. Syn. expressive; persuasive
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive


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/ɪ'mɒlɪənt/ n.
having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin


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/ɛm'pɪrɪk(ə)l/ a.
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory


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/ɛn'dɛmɪk/ a.
prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific area or country


Spelling Word: endemic

/'ɛnəveɪt/ v. Syn. weaken
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve


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/ɛnɪg'mætɪk/ a. Syn. obscure; puzzling
obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for


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/ɒn'wi:/ n.
feeling of being bored by something tedious


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/ɪ'fɛmərəl/ a.
short-lived; enduring a very short time


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/ɪ'kwɪvəkeɪt/ v. Syn. lie; mislead
lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth


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/'ɛru:daɪt/ a. Syn. learned; scholarly
learned; scholarly, with emphasis on knowledge gained from books


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/i:soʊ'tɛrɪk/ a. Syn. mysterious
hard to understand; known only in a particular group


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/'ju:lədʒɪ/ n.
expression of praise, often on the occasion of someone's death


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/i:və'nɛs(ə)nt/;/ɛv-/ a. Syn. fleeting; vanishing
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor


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/ɛk'sæsəbeɪt/ v. Syn. worsen; embitter
increase severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate


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/'ɛkskʌlpeɪt/ v.
pronounce not guilty of criminal charges


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/ɪg'zɒnəreɪt/ v. Syn. acquit; exculpate
acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty


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/fə'si:ʃəs/ a. Syn. humorous
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous


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/'fæləsɪ/ n.
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception


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/fɔ:n/ n.
young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal


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/'fɜrvənt/ a.
extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt


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/'fɪlɪbʌstə(r)/ v.
block legislation by making long speeches


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/flaʊt/ v. Syn. reject; mock
reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt


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/fɔ:'tju:ɪtəs/;/-'tu:-/ a. Syn. accidental; random
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause


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/'fɜrtɪv/ a.
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy


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/'gærʊləs/ a. Syn. wordy; talkative
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details


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/dʒɜr'meɪn/ a. Syn. pertinent; relevant
related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant


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/glɪb/ a. Syn. fluent
performed with a natural or offhand ease


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/grɪ'gɛərɪəs/ a. Syn. sociable
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others


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/'hæknɪd/ a. Syn. commonplace
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse


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/'hælsɪən/ a.
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity


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/hə'ræŋ/ n.
noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression


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/hɪ'gɛmənɪ/;/'hɛdʒɛmoʊnɪ/ n.
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others


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/hə'rɛtɪkəl/ a. Syn. oppositional
departing from accepted beliefs or standards; oppositional


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/'hju:brɪs/ n.
excessive pride or self-confidence


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/haɪ'pɜrbəlɪ/ n. Syn. exaggeration; overstatement
figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement


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/'ɪmɪnənt/ a. Syn. impending
near at hand; close in time; about to occur


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/ɪ'mju:təb(ə)l/ a. Syn. unchangeable
unable to be changed without exception; not mutable


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/ɪm'pæsɪv/ a.
without feeling; revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited


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/ɪmpɪ'kju:nɪəs/ a. Syn. poor
without money; poor; penniless


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/ɪmpə'tɜrbəb(ə)l/ a. Syn. calm; placid
unshakably calm; placid; incapable of being disturbed or disconcerted


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