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abate: subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity

abjure: renounce upon oath; abandon forever

accretion: growth or increase in size by gradual external addition, fusion, or inclusion

advanced: improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive

amalgamate: combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury

ambidextrous: capable of using either hand with equal ease

anachronistic: having time error in story; erroneous in date; in wrong time

anodized: electroplated; coated with thin layer of metal

aphoristic: expressed tersely

archetype: prototype; original model or type after which other similar things are patterned

archives: public records; place where public records are kept

articulate: expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language

artifice: subtle but base deception; trickery; cleverness or skill; ingenuity

artisan: manually skilled worker; craftsman, as opposed to artist

ascetic: leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere

assiduous: constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent

assuage: ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease

astute: wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence

asylum: place of refuge or shelter; protection

atheist: nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god

atrophy: wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease

attenuate: make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of

augment: make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity

augury: sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens

auspicious: attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous

austere: strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented

avaricious: greedy for money

aversion: firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike

baleful: portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.

balk: stop short and refuse to go on; refuse obstinately or abruptly

banal: obvious and dull; commonplace; lacking originality

banality: ordinariness; dullness

bane: something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin

bard: poet, especially lyric poet

bastion: fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position

befuddle: confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol

begrudge: resent; give or expend with reluctance; be envious of

beguile: mislead; delude; deceive by guile

belabor: discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon

beleaguer: besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops

belie: contradict; give a false impression

belittle: disparage or depreciate; put down

bellicose: warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative

belligerent: inclined or eager to fight; aggressive

bemoan: regret strongly; express disapproval of

benevolent: generous in providing aid to others; charitable

benign: kindly; favorable; not malignant

benignity: compassion; gentleness; fondness

berate: rebuke or scold angrily and at length

beret: type of cap

bestial: beastlike; brutal; lacking in intelligence or reason

blandishment: flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart

boor: ill-mannered person

boycott: refrain from buying or using

canonical: orthodox

cardinal: chief; serving as an essential component

caret: punctuation mark signifying omission

chronic: lasting for long period; marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases

churlishness: rudeness; ill-mannered behavior

clemency: mildness, as of the weather; merciful, kind, or lenient act

cliché: overused expression; something unoriginal

clientele: clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons

coalesce: combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite

coddle: treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point

coerce: restrain by force, especially by law or authority; repress; curb

coercion: use of force to get someone to obey

cogent: reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive

cogitate: think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply

colander: bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods

collage: work of art put together from fragments

collate: examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order

colloquial: of informal spoken language or conversation; conversational or chatty

collusion: secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy

commandeer: force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force

commensurate: of the same size, extent, or duration as another

complacent: self-satisfied; smug

compliant: yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply

concatenate: link together

concatenation: linking into chains

conciliate: to bring together; end a dispute

concise: brief and compact; expressing much in few words

condescend: stoop or descend; let one's self down; submit; waive the privilege of rank or dignity

condone: tacitly support; overlook

condoning: overlooking; disregarding; ignoring

conflagration: large destructive fire; burning; large-scale military conflict

confound: cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up

congeal: to solidify

congenital: present at birth; inborn; innate

connoisseur: specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts

consecrate: dedicate

consensus: general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole

conspicuous: noticeable; prominent; easy to notice; obvious

consummate: carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect

contemporary: modern; belonging to the same period of time

contiguous: sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring

contrite: sorry

contrition: sorrow and repentance

contumacious: stubborn

contusion: injury that doesn't break the skin

conundrum: riddle; difficult problem; dilemma

conventional: based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact

corpulent: very fat; large in body; overweight

corrugated: wrinkled; shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges

culpability: guilt

cumbersome: heavy; difficult to handle because of weight or bulk

damp: humid; moist; slightly wet

deliberate: consider; think about carefully; weigh

demagogue: person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people

dexterity: right-handedness; readiness and grace in physical activity; skill and ease in using the hands; expertness in manual acts

diaphanous: transparent; thin and delicate

discernment: judgment; perceptiveness

disinterested: not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial

disparage: belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank

disparity: difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree

dispassionate: calm; impartial; unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice

dispatch: act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste

disseminating: circulating; broadcasting; spreading (information)

diurnal: daily; relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period

divert: distract; withdraw money and move into a different location

docile: obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled

dogmatic: stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid

dolt: stupid person; person who is not very bright

dotard: foolish old man

drawl: speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance

drivel: nonsense; silly, unmeaning talk; servant; slave

droll: queer; amusingly odd; comical

drone: idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary

dubious: questionable; filled with doubt

dupe: easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image

dynamic: energetic; vigorously active

ebullient: showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm

eccentric: departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern

eclectic: composed of elements from a variety of sources

edifice: building, especially one of imposing appearance or size; a structure that has a roof and walls

efface: rub or wipe out; make indistinct as if by rubbing

effigy: crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person

effrontery: shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity

effusive: pouring forth; uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm

egalitarianism: belief in equality

egregious: notorious; conspicuously bad or shocking

egress: act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out

ellipsis: omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission

eloquent: vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive

elucidate: make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify

elusive: difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind

emaciated: very thin especially from disease or hunger

emancipate: free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate

embezzle: steal or misappropriate money that one has been trusted with, especially to steal money from one's employer

embroil: involve in hostility or argument

emerge: come into prominence; spring up; appear

emulate: be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel

encomium: high praise; formal expression of praise; tribute

endorse: acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support

endurance: perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence

enduring: lasting; surviving; long-suffering; patient

epistemology: theory of knowledge

equivocation: speaking ambiguously

extant: still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct

extirpate: root out; eradicate, literally or figuratively; destroy wholly

extirpation: wiping out; complete destruction

feckless: without skill, ineffective; worthless; lacking purpose

feint: trick; any distracting or deceptive maneuver

flout: reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt

flustered: worked-up; not calm

fly-by-night: unreliable; disreputable

foppish: behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion

forensic: relating to use of technology in investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in court by law

fortitude: bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack

fortuitous: accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause

fractious: inclined to make trouble; disobedient; irritable

fraudulent: cheating; deceitful; planning or using fraud; given to practice of fraud

frivolous: lacking in seriousness; not serious; relatively unimportant

froward: stubborn; wayward; disobedient

frugal: sparing; economical; costing little; inexpensive

furrow: trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face

furtive: marked by quiet and caution and secrecy

futile: useless; having no useful result; vain

gaffe: socially awkward or tactless act; foolish error, especially one made in public

galleon: large sailing ship, usually having two or more decks and carrying guns

gambol: dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully

garble: distort; confuse; muddle

garish: over-bright in color; tastelessly showy

garner: gather; store up; amass; acquire

garrulous: talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details

gaunt: very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren

genre: type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work

germane: related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant

germinal: containing seeds of later development; creative

gibbering: making meaningless noises

glacial: like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness

glib: performed with a natural or offhand ease

goad: urge with a long pointed stick; give heart or courage to

grate: make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred

gratis: free, without charge; costing nothing

gratuitous: given freely; unwarranted; granted without recompense; unearned

gravity: seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies

gregarious: sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others

gritty: coarse; granular

guffaw: loud, rude burst of laughter; horse-laugh

guile: skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly

guileless: free from deceit; sincere; honest

gullibility: unwariness; trustfulness; being easily fooled

gullible: easily deceived or cheated; easily tricked because of being too trusting

gustatory: relating to sense of taste; relating to gustation

hackneyed: repeated too often; over familiar through overuse

halcyon: idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity

hallowed: associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration

hortatory: encouraging; exhorting

idyll: story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting

imperturbability: quality of being calm and not easily disturbed

impugned: challenged; called into question

inchoate: recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary

incise: cut; carve

ingénue: naïve, unsophisticated person

ingrate: unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity

inimical: unfriendly; hostile; harmful; detrimental

iniquitous: wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous

innate: possessed at birth; inborn

innocuous: having no adverse effect; harmless

innovate: change or alter by bringing in something new

inscrutable: impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious

insentient: unfeeling

insipid: lacking flavor or zest; not tasty; dull

instigate: goad or urge forward; provoke; incite

instigator: troublemaker; person who entices others to do something

insurgent: rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party

interminable: being or seeming to be without an end; endless; tedious; continual

intermittent: periodic; on and off; stopping and starting at intervals

interregnum: temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns

intransigence: refusal of any compromise; stubbornness

intransigent: stubborn; unyielding

intrepid: fearless; indicating or springing from courage

inured: accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure

inveigle: coax; cajole; wheedle; entice

inveterate: deep-rooted; firmly and long established; habitual

invidious: designed to create ill will or envy

inviolable: secure from corruption, attack, or violation; unassailable

irascible: irritable; easily angered; excited by or arising from anger

ire: anger; wrath; keen resentment; irritate

irksome: causing annoyance, weariness, or vexation; tedious

ironic: humorously sarcastic or mocking

irrational: illogical; lacking reason; insane

irreproachable: perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable

irrevocable: unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke

itinerant: wandering; traveling place to place, especially to perform work or duty

jaded: fatigued dulled by surfeit; exhausted; worn out; wearied

jargon: language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk

jaundiced: prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish

jaunt: short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey

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abate
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disparage or depreciate; put down
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mislead; delude; deceive by guile
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make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity
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subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
abjure
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questionable; filled with doubt
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renounce upon oath; abandon forever
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to bring together; end a dispute
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distract; withdraw money and move into a different location
accretion
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impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
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stubborn
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growth or increase in size by gradual external addition, fusion, or inclusion
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stop short and refuse to go on; refuse obstinately or abruptly
advanced
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brief and compact; expressing much in few words
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improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive
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cut; carve
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overlooking; disregarding; ignoring
amalgamate
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skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly
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rudeness; ill-mannered behavior
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fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position
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combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
ambidextrous
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humid; moist; slightly wet
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notorious; conspicuously bad or shocking
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capable of using either hand with equal ease
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bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
anachronistic
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
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prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish
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designed to create ill will or envy
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having time error in story; erroneous in date; in wrong time
anodized
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wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
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regret strongly; express disapproval of
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difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind
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electroplated; coated with thin layer of metal
aphoristic
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expressed tersely
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very fat; large in body; overweight
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anger; wrath; keen resentment; irritate
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capable of using either hand with equal ease
archetype
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prototype; original model or type after which other similar things are patterned
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repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
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unwariness; trustfulness; being easily fooled
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tacitly support; overlook
archives
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humid; moist; slightly wet
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troublemaker; person who entices others to do something
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public records; place where public records are kept
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containing seeds of later development; creative
articulate
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expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
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root out; eradicate, literally or figuratively; destroy wholly
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
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wiping out; complete destruction
artifice
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goad or urge forward; provoke; incite
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like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness
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subtle but base deception; trickery; cleverness or skill; ingenuity
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gather; store up; amass; acquire
artisan
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belief in equality
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yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
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manually skilled worker; craftsman, as opposed to artist
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confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol
ascetic
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leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
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free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate
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crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person
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rudeness; ill-mannered behavior
assiduous
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compassion; gentleness; fondness
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constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
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use of force to get someone to obey
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unfeeling
assuage
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self-satisfied; smug
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stubborn; wayward; disobedient
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
astute
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wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
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showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
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given freely; unwarranted; granted without recompense; unearned
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expressed tersely
asylum
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temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns
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showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
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place of refuge or shelter; protection
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guilt
atheist
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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gather; store up; amass; acquire
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showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
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nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god
atrophy
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of the same size, extent, or duration as another
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high praise; formal expression of praise; tribute
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wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
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encouraging; exhorting
attenuate
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make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify
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make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of
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having time error in story; erroneous in date; in wrong time
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humid; moist; slightly wet
augment
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stoop or descend; let one's self down; submit; waive the privilege of rank or dignity
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fearless; indicating or springing from courage
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besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
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make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity
augury
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sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens
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nonsense; silly, unmeaning talk; servant; slave
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reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
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repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
auspicious
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electroplated; coated with thin layer of metal
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relating to sense of taste; relating to gustation
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attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous
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making meaningless noises
austere
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seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
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transparent; thin and delicate
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yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
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strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
avaricious
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of informal spoken language or conversation; conversational or chatty
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story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting
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carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect
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greedy for money
aversion
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come into prominence; spring up; appear
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unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
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capable of using either hand with equal ease
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firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
baleful
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sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel
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change or alter by bringing in something new
balk
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stop short and refuse to go on; refuse obstinately or abruptly
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besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
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lasting; surviving; long-suffering; patient
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humid; moist; slightly wet
banal
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obvious and dull; commonplace; lacking originality
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overlooking; disregarding; ignoring
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talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
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without skill, ineffective; worthless; lacking purpose
banality
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ordinariness; dullness
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generous in providing aid to others; charitable
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reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
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noticeable; prominent; easy to notice; obvious
bane
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dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully
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wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
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something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin
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goad or urge forward; provoke; incite
bard
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poet, especially lyric poet
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over-bright in color; tastelessly showy
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bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
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person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
bastion
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composed of elements from a variety of sources
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restrain by force, especially by law or authority; repress; curb
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fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position
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designed to create ill will or envy
befuddle
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capable of using either hand with equal ease
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besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
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confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol
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sorry
begrudge
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resent; give or expend with reluctance; be envious of
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worked-up; not calm
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leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
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wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
beguile
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recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary
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mislead; delude; deceive by guile
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very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren
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confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol
belabor
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bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
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discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon
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think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
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rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party
beleaguer
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departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
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brief and compact; expressing much in few words
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besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
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right-handedness; readiness and grace in physical activity; skill and ease in using the hands; expertness in manual acts
belie
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contradict; give a false impression
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expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
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think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
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guilt
belittle
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disparage or depreciate; put down
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contradict; give a false impression
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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challenged; called into question
bellicose
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stupid person; person who is not very bright
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warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
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useless; having no useful result; vain
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refrain from buying or using
belligerent
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secure from corruption, attack, or violation; unassailable
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bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
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coax; cajole; wheedle; entice
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inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
bemoan
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temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns
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showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
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disparage or depreciate; put down
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regret strongly; express disapproval of
benevolent
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skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly
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sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens
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unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
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generous in providing aid to others; charitable
benign
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
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think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
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kindly; favorable; not malignant
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without skill, ineffective; worthless; lacking purpose
benignity
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marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
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public records; place where public records are kept
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compassion; gentleness; fondness
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reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
berate
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nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god
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goad or urge forward; provoke; incite
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kindly; favorable; not malignant
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rebuke or scold angrily and at length
beret
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deep-rooted; firmly and long established; habitual
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difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind
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type of cap
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cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
bestial
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beastlike; brutal; lacking in intelligence or reason
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expressed tersely
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free from deceit; sincere; honest
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behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion
blandishment
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
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free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate
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stubborn; unyielding
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make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify
boor
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ill-mannered person
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treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point
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specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
boycott
Exercise
sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens
Exercise
refrain from buying or using
Exercise
dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully
Exercise
expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
canonical
Exercise
possessed at birth; inborn
Exercise
orthodox
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion
cardinal
Exercise
belief in equality
Exercise
chief; serving as an essential component
Exercise
overlooking; disregarding; ignoring
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
caret
Exercise
unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
Exercise
link together
Exercise
given freely; unwarranted; granted without recompense; unearned
Exercise
punctuation mark signifying omission
chronic
Exercise
lasting for long period; marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
Exercise
free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate
churlishness
Exercise
contradict; give a false impression
Exercise
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
Exercise
general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole
Exercise
rudeness; ill-mannered behavior
clemency
Exercise
combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite
Exercise
mildness, as of the weather; merciful, kind, or lenient act
Exercise
relating to use of technology in investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in court by law
Exercise
wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
cliché
Exercise
nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god
Exercise
overused expression; something unoriginal
Exercise
right-handedness; readiness and grace in physical activity; skill and ease in using the hands; expertness in manual acts
Exercise
force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force
clientele
Exercise
poet, especially lyric poet
Exercise
clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons
Exercise
language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk
Exercise
wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous
coalesce
Exercise
clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons
Exercise
combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite
Exercise
wrinkled; shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges
Exercise
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
coddle
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
Exercise
related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point
coerce
Exercise
fatigued dulled by surfeit; exhausted; worn out; wearied
Exercise
general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole
Exercise
restrain by force, especially by law or authority; repress; curb
Exercise
free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate
coercion
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Exercise
like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness
Exercise
self-satisfied; smug
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
cogent
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
Exercise
make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity
Exercise
difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree
cogitate
Exercise
think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
Exercise
omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
Exercise
recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary
colander
Exercise
rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
sorrow and repentance
Exercise
nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god
collage
Exercise
based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact
Exercise
calm; impartial; unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice
Exercise
work of art put together from fragments
Exercise
unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
collate
Exercise
examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order
Exercise
making meaningless noises
Exercise
circulating; broadcasting; spreading (information)
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
colloquial
Exercise
portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
Exercise
kindly; favorable; not malignant
Exercise
lacking flavor or zest; not tasty; dull
Exercise
of informal spoken language or conversation; conversational or chatty
collusion
Exercise
free, without charge; costing nothing
Exercise
ill-mannered person
Exercise
trick; any distracting or deceptive maneuver
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
commandeer
Exercise
wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
Exercise
urge with a long pointed stick; give heart or courage to
Exercise
regret strongly; express disapproval of
Exercise
force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force
commensurate
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
Exercise
perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence
Exercise
trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face
Exercise
change or alter by bringing in something new
complacent
Exercise
fatigued dulled by surfeit; exhausted; worn out; wearied
Exercise
omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission
Exercise
self-satisfied; smug
Exercise
naïve, unsophisticated person
compliant
Exercise
accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure
Exercise
yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
Exercise
perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence
Exercise
humid; moist; slightly wet
concatenate
Exercise
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary
Exercise
work of art put together from fragments
Exercise
link together
concatenation
Exercise
warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
Exercise
very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren
Exercise
beastlike; brutal; lacking in intelligence or reason
Exercise
linking into chains
conciliate
Exercise
free, without charge; costing nothing
Exercise
temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns
Exercise
to bring together; end a dispute
Exercise
restrain by force, especially by law or authority; repress; curb
concise
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
Exercise
perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable
Exercise
brief and compact; expressing much in few words
Exercise
possessed at birth; inborn
condescend
Exercise
distort; confuse; muddle
Exercise
tacitly support; overlook
Exercise
stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid
Exercise
stoop or descend; let one's self down; submit; waive the privilege of rank or dignity
condone
Exercise
sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
to solidify
Exercise
tacitly support; overlook
condoning
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
overlooking; disregarding; ignoring
Exercise
omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission
Exercise
sorry
conflagration
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
Exercise
large destructive fire; burning; large-scale military conflict
Exercise
act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste
confound
Exercise
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
Exercise
over-bright in color; tastelessly showy
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
congeal
Exercise
to solidify
Exercise
challenged; called into question
Exercise
wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
congenital
Exercise
present at birth; inborn; innate
Exercise
over-bright in color; tastelessly showy
Exercise
nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god
Exercise
sparing; economical; costing little; inexpensive
connoisseur
Exercise
specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Exercise
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
Exercise
fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position
consecrate
Exercise
dedicate
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
Exercise
having no adverse effect; harmless
consensus
Exercise
electroplated; coated with thin layer of metal
Exercise
loud, rude burst of laughter; horse-laugh
Exercise
general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole
Exercise
wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous
conspicuous
Exercise
noticeable; prominent; easy to notice; obvious
Exercise
theory of knowledge
Exercise
lacking in seriousness; not serious; relatively unimportant
Exercise
generous in providing aid to others; charitable
consummate
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
Exercise
ordinariness; dullness
Exercise
change or alter by bringing in something new
Exercise
carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect
contemporary
Exercise
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
Exercise
performed with a natural or offhand ease
Exercise
modern; belonging to the same period of time
Exercise
compassion; gentleness; fondness
contiguous
Exercise
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
Exercise
calm; impartial; unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice
Exercise
brief and compact; expressing much in few words
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
contrite
Exercise
story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
Exercise
besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
Exercise
sorry
contrition
Exercise
acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support
Exercise
sorrow and repentance
Exercise
change or alter by bringing in something new
Exercise
perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable
contumacious
Exercise
free from deceit; sincere; honest
Exercise
stubborn
Exercise
bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
Exercise
like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness
contusion
Exercise
expressed tersely
Exercise
injury that doesn't break the skin
Exercise
troublemaker; person who entices others to do something
Exercise
very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren
conundrum
Exercise
improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
questionable; filled with doubt
Exercise
stubborn; wayward; disobedient
conventional
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
Exercise
based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact
Exercise
something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin
Exercise
easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image
corpulent
Exercise
very fat; large in body; overweight
Exercise
temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns
Exercise
disparage or depreciate; put down
Exercise
building, especially one of imposing appearance or size; a structure that has a roof and walls
corrugated
Exercise
renounce upon oath; abandon forever
Exercise
wrinkled; shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges
Exercise
gather; store up; amass; acquire
Exercise
pouring forth; uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm
culpability
Exercise
making meaningless noises
Exercise
yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
Exercise
questionable; filled with doubt
Exercise
guilt
cumbersome
Exercise
troublemaker; person who entices others to do something
Exercise
easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image
Exercise
heavy; difficult to handle because of weight or bulk
Exercise
skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly
damp
Exercise
nonsense; silly, unmeaning talk; servant; slave
Exercise
circulating; broadcasting; spreading (information)
Exercise
humid; moist; slightly wet
Exercise
being or seeming to be without an end; endless; tedious; continual
deliberate
Exercise
periodic; on and off; stopping and starting at intervals
Exercise
energetic; vigorously active
Exercise
consider; think about carefully; weigh
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
demagogue
Exercise
wiping out; complete destruction
Exercise
coarse; granular
Exercise
kindly; favorable; not malignant
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
dexterity
Exercise
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
Exercise
besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
Exercise
kindly; favorable; not malignant
Exercise
right-handedness; readiness and grace in physical activity; skill and ease in using the hands; expertness in manual acts
diaphanous
Exercise
transparent; thin and delicate
Exercise
expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
Exercise
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
Exercise
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
discernment
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
Exercise
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
Exercise
judgment; perceptiveness
disinterested
Exercise
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
Exercise
humorously sarcastic or mocking
Exercise
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
Exercise
yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
disparage
Exercise
having no adverse effect; harmless
Exercise
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
Exercise
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
Exercise
distort; confuse; muddle
disparity
Exercise
difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree
Exercise
clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons
Exercise
wiping out; complete destruction
Exercise
transparent; thin and delicate
dispassionate
Exercise
act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
Exercise
calm; impartial; unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice
Exercise
sorrow and repentance
dispatch
Exercise
transparent; thin and delicate
Exercise
poet, especially lyric poet
Exercise
combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite
Exercise
act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste
disseminating
Exercise
obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled
Exercise
circulating; broadcasting; spreading (information)
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Exercise
flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
diurnal
Exercise
inclined to make trouble; disobedient; irritable
Exercise
belief in equality
Exercise
confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol
Exercise
daily; relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period
divert
Exercise
distract; withdraw money and move into a different location
Exercise
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
Exercise
easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image
Exercise
very fat; large in body; overweight
docile
Exercise
given freely; unwarranted; granted without recompense; unearned
Exercise
type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work
Exercise
obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled
Exercise
unfeeling
dogmatic
Exercise
make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of
Exercise
building, especially one of imposing appearance or size; a structure that has a roof and walls
Exercise
flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
Exercise
stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid
dolt
Exercise
expressed tersely
Exercise
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
dotard
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Exercise
foolish old man
Exercise
act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
Exercise
fatigued dulled by surfeit; exhausted; worn out; wearied
drawl
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
Exercise
think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
foolish old man
drivel
Exercise
public records; place where public records are kept
Exercise
relating to sense of taste; relating to gustation
Exercise
behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion
Exercise
nonsense; silly, unmeaning talk; servant; slave
droll
Exercise
attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous
Exercise
compassion; gentleness; fondness
Exercise
circulating; broadcasting; spreading (information)
Exercise
queer; amusingly odd; comical
drone
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
Exercise
idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary
Exercise
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
dubious
Exercise
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
Exercise
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
questionable; filled with doubt
Exercise
flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
dupe
Exercise
to solidify
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
Exercise
sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens
Exercise
easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image
dynamic
Exercise
unfeeling
Exercise
encouraging; exhorting
Exercise
confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol
Exercise
energetic; vigorously active
ebullient
Exercise
showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
Exercise
force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force
Exercise
skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly
eccentric
Exercise
designed to create ill will or envy
Exercise
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
Exercise
acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support
Exercise
trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face
eclectic
Exercise
rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party
Exercise
queer; amusingly odd; comical
Exercise
worked-up; not calm
Exercise
composed of elements from a variety of sources
edifice
Exercise
building, especially one of imposing appearance or size; a structure that has a roof and walls
Exercise
compassion; gentleness; fondness
Exercise
impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
Exercise
encouraging; exhorting
efface
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
Exercise
rub or wipe out; make indistinct as if by rubbing
Exercise
stubborn; unyielding
Exercise
flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
effigy
Exercise
warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
Exercise
crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person
Exercise
chief; serving as an essential component
Exercise
causing annoyance, weariness, or vexation; tedious
effrontery
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
fearless; indicating or springing from courage
Exercise
noticeable; prominent; easy to notice; obvious
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
effusive
Exercise
of informal spoken language or conversation; conversational or chatty
Exercise
perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable
Exercise
crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person
Exercise
pouring forth; uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm
egalitarianism
Exercise
general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole
Exercise
speaking ambiguously
Exercise
based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact
Exercise
belief in equality
egregious
Exercise
notorious; conspicuously bad or shocking
Exercise
being or seeming to be without an end; endless; tedious; continual
Exercise
having no adverse effect; harmless
Exercise
encouraging; exhorting
egress
Exercise
overused expression; something unoriginal
Exercise
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
Exercise
act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
Exercise
self-satisfied; smug
ellipsis
Exercise
public records; place where public records are kept
Exercise
lacking in seriousness; not serious; relatively unimportant
Exercise
very thin especially from disease or hunger
Exercise
omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission
eloquent
Exercise
very fat; large in body; overweight
Exercise
loud, rude burst of laughter; horse-laugh
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
elucidate
Exercise
overused expression; something unoriginal
Exercise
dedicate
Exercise
make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify
Exercise
accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure
elusive
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
modern; belonging to the same period of time
Exercise
be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel
Exercise
difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind
emaciated
Exercise
very thin especially from disease or hunger
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
Exercise
crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person
Exercise
composed of elements from a variety of sources
emancipate
Exercise
rub or wipe out; make indistinct as if by rubbing
Exercise
free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
Exercise
prototype; original model or type after which other similar things are patterned
embezzle
Exercise
ordinariness; dullness
Exercise
lacking flavor or zest; not tasty; dull
Exercise
short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey
Exercise
steal or misappropriate money that one has been trusted with, especially to steal money from one's employer
embroil
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
Exercise
short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey
Exercise
involve in hostility or argument
Exercise
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
emerge
Exercise
punctuation mark signifying omission
Exercise
stop short and refuse to go on; refuse obstinately or abruptly
Exercise
come into prominence; spring up; appear
Exercise
making meaningless noises
emulate
Exercise
change or alter by bringing in something new
Exercise
be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel
Exercise
involve in hostility or argument
Exercise
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
encomium
Exercise
high praise; formal expression of praise; tribute
Exercise
make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of
Exercise
prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish
Exercise
type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work
endorse
Exercise
improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
endurance
Exercise
be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel
Exercise
perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
wrinkled; shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges
enduring
Exercise
irritable; easily angered; excited by or arising from anger
Exercise
lasting; surviving; long-suffering; patient
Exercise
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
Exercise
illogical; lacking reason; insane
epistemology
Exercise
combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite
Exercise
theory of knowledge
Exercise
ill-mannered person
Exercise
chief; serving as an essential component
equivocation
Exercise
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
Exercise
wandering; traveling place to place, especially to perform work or duty
Exercise
speaking ambiguously
extant
Exercise
accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Exercise
possessed at birth; inborn
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
extirpate
Exercise
based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact
Exercise
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
Exercise
root out; eradicate, literally or figuratively; destroy wholly
Exercise
yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
extirpation
Exercise
easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image
Exercise
lacking flavor or zest; not tasty; dull
Exercise
wiping out; complete destruction
Exercise
attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous
feckless
Exercise
without skill, ineffective; worthless; lacking purpose
Exercise
encouraging; exhorting
Exercise
make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity
Exercise
naïve, unsophisticated person
feint
Exercise
make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify
Exercise
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
Exercise
making meaningless noises
Exercise
trick; any distracting or deceptive maneuver
flout
Exercise
belief in equality
Exercise
loud, rude burst of laughter; horse-laugh
Exercise
reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
Exercise
consider; think about carefully; weigh
flustered
Exercise
firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
Exercise
worked-up; not calm
Exercise
wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous
Exercise
expressed tersely
foppish
Exercise
regret strongly; express disapproval of
Exercise
coax; cajole; wheedle; entice
Exercise
behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion
Exercise
portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
forensic
Exercise
story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting
Exercise
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
Exercise
relating to use of technology in investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in court by law
Exercise
root out; eradicate, literally or figuratively; destroy wholly
fortitude
Exercise
bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
Exercise
yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply
fortuitous
Exercise
building, especially one of imposing appearance or size; a structure that has a roof and walls
Exercise
challenged; called into question
Exercise
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
Exercise
consider; think about carefully; weigh
fractious
Exercise
clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons
Exercise
humorously sarcastic or mocking
Exercise
improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive
Exercise
inclined to make trouble; disobedient; irritable
fraudulent
Exercise
brief and compact; expressing much in few words
Exercise
coarse; granular
Exercise
cheating; deceitful; planning or using fraud; given to practice of fraud
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
frivolous
Exercise
accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause
Exercise
lacking in seriousness; not serious; relatively unimportant
Exercise
injury that doesn't break the skin
Exercise
mislead; delude; deceive by guile
froward
Exercise
attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous
Exercise
perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence
Exercise
stubborn; wayward; disobedient
Exercise
stubborn
frugal
Exercise
showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
Exercise
sparing; economical; costing little; inexpensive
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
furrow
Exercise
trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face
Exercise
contradict; give a false impression
Exercise
encouraging; exhorting
Exercise
greedy for money
furtive
Exercise
gather; store up; amass; acquire
Exercise
marked by quiet and caution and secrecy
Exercise
cut; carve
Exercise
over-bright in color; tastelessly showy
futile
Exercise
periodic; on and off; stopping and starting at intervals
Exercise
prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
gaffe
Exercise
type of cap
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
ill-mannered person
Exercise
socially awkward or tactless act; foolish error, especially one made in public
galleon
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
Exercise
speaking ambiguously
Exercise
type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work
Exercise
large sailing ship, usually having two or more decks and carrying guns
gambol
Exercise
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
Exercise
dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully
Exercise
resent; give or expend with reluctance; be envious of
Exercise
based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact
garble
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
Exercise
lacking in seriousness; not serious; relatively unimportant
Exercise
self-satisfied; smug
Exercise
distort; confuse; muddle
garish
Exercise
showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
Exercise
over-bright in color; tastelessly showy
Exercise
humid; moist; slightly wet
Exercise
nonsense; silly, unmeaning talk; servant; slave
garner
Exercise
make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of
Exercise
queer; amusingly odd; comical
Exercise
like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness
Exercise
gather; store up; amass; acquire
garrulous
Exercise
force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force
Exercise
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
Exercise
refusal of any compromise; stubbornness
Exercise
orthodox
gaunt
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
Exercise
very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren
Exercise
bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
Exercise
pouring forth; uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm
genre
Exercise
behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion
Exercise
lasting; surviving; long-suffering; patient
Exercise
examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order
Exercise
type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work
germane
Exercise
related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
humorously sarcastic or mocking
Exercise
recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary
Exercise
self-satisfied; smug
germinal
Exercise
brief and compact; expressing much in few words
Exercise
irritable; easily angered; excited by or arising from anger
Exercise
unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke
Exercise
containing seeds of later development; creative
gibbering
Exercise
making meaningless noises
Exercise
socially awkward or tactless act; foolish error, especially one made in public
Exercise
troublemaker; person who entices others to do something
Exercise
make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of
glacial
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
Exercise
act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
Exercise
mildness, as of the weather; merciful, kind, or lenient act
Exercise
like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness
glib
Exercise
performed with a natural or offhand ease
Exercise
omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission
Exercise
unfriendly; hostile; harmful; detrimental
Exercise
fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position
goad
Exercise
urge with a long pointed stick; give heart or courage to
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
Exercise
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern
Exercise
large sailing ship, usually having two or more decks and carrying guns
grate
Exercise
relating to use of technology in investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in court by law
Exercise
improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive
Exercise
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
Exercise
daily; relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period
gratis
Exercise
behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion
Exercise
unfriendly; hostile; harmful; detrimental
Exercise
difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind
Exercise
free, without charge; costing nothing
gratuitous
Exercise
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
Exercise
perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable
Exercise
very thin especially from disease or hunger
Exercise
given freely; unwarranted; granted without recompense; unearned
gravity
Exercise
constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
Exercise
accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops
gregarious
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
Exercise
language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk
Exercise
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly
gritty
Exercise
deep-rooted; firmly and long established; habitual
Exercise
coarse; granular
Exercise
wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease
Exercise
energetic; vigorously active
guffaw
Exercise
trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face
Exercise
designed to create ill will or envy
Exercise
sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others
Exercise
loud, rude burst of laughter; horse-laugh
guile
Exercise
sorrow and repentance
Exercise
warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
Exercise
skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly
Exercise
without skill, ineffective; worthless; lacking purpose
guileless
Exercise
free from deceit; sincere; honest
Exercise
firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
Exercise
language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk
Exercise
sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens
gullibility
Exercise
to solidify
Exercise
secure from corruption, attack, or violation; unassailable
Exercise
warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
Exercise
unwariness; trustfulness; being easily fooled
gullible
Exercise
easily deceived or cheated; easily tricked because of being too trusting
Exercise
modern; belonging to the same period of time
Exercise
unwariness; trustfulness; being easily fooled
Exercise
renounce upon oath; abandon forever
gustatory
Exercise
heavy; difficult to handle because of weight or bulk
Exercise
relating to sense of taste; relating to gustation
Exercise
associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration
Exercise
quality of being calm and not easily disturbed
hackneyed
Exercise
repeated too often; over familiar through overuse
Exercise
very fat; large in body; overweight
Exercise
short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
halcyon
Exercise
ordinariness; dullness
Exercise
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive
Exercise
idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
hallowed
Exercise
relating to use of technology in investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in court by law
Exercise
associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
Exercise
contradict; give a false impression
hortatory
Exercise
obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled
Exercise
expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
Exercise
encouraging; exhorting
Exercise
free from deceit; sincere; honest
idyll
Exercise
story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting
Exercise
humorously sarcastic or mocking
Exercise
performed with a natural or offhand ease
Exercise
coarse; granular
imperturbability
Exercise
questionable; filled with doubt
Exercise
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Exercise
poet, especially lyric poet
Exercise
quality of being calm and not easily disturbed
impugned
Exercise
impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
Exercise
judgment; perceptiveness
Exercise
challenged; called into question
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
inchoate
Exercise
daily; relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period
Exercise
recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary
Exercise
disparage or depreciate; put down
Exercise
pouring forth; uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm
incise
Exercise
warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
Exercise
think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
cut; carve
ingénue
Exercise
wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous
Exercise
lasting for long period; marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases
Exercise
naïve, unsophisticated person
Exercise
high praise; formal expression of praise; tribute
ingrate
Exercise
inclined to make trouble; disobedient; irritable
Exercise
use of force to get someone to obey
Exercise
unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
inimical
Exercise
quality of being calm and not easily disturbed
Exercise
improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive
Exercise
related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
unfriendly; hostile; harmful; detrimental
iniquitous
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
large destructive fire; burning; large-scale military conflict
Exercise
wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous
Exercise
difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree
innate
Exercise
story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting
Exercise
possessed at birth; inborn
Exercise
specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts
Exercise
dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully
innocuous
Exercise
kindly; favorable; not malignant
Exercise
treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point
Exercise
having no adverse effect; harmless
Exercise
difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree
innovate
Exercise
change or alter by bringing in something new
Exercise
electroplated; coated with thin layer of metal
Exercise
expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
Exercise
wandering; traveling place to place, especially to perform work or duty
inscrutable
Exercise
come into prominence; spring up; appear
Exercise
trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face
Exercise
impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
Exercise
large destructive fire; burning; large-scale military conflict
insentient
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
Exercise
foolish old man
Exercise
unfeeling
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
insipid
Exercise
wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
Exercise
large sailing ship, usually having two or more decks and carrying guns
Exercise
lacking flavor or zest; not tasty; dull
Exercise
rebuke or scold angrily and at length
instigate
Exercise
queer; amusingly odd; comical
Exercise
trick; any distracting or deceptive maneuver
Exercise
goad or urge forward; provoke; incite
Exercise
expressed tersely
instigator
Exercise
gather; store up; amass; acquire
Exercise
stubborn; wayward; disobedient
Exercise
questionable; filled with doubt
Exercise
troublemaker; person who entices others to do something
insurgent
Exercise
rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party
Exercise
disparage or depreciate; put down
Exercise
poet, especially lyric poet
Exercise
fearless; indicating or springing from courage
interminable
Exercise
related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant
Exercise
being or seeming to be without an end; endless; tedious; continual
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
ill-mannered person
intermittent
Exercise
periodic; on and off; stopping and starting at intervals
Exercise
sparing; economical; costing little; inexpensive
Exercise
attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
interregnum
Exercise
being or seeming to be without an end; endless; tedious; continual
Exercise
temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
chief; serving as an essential component
intransigence
Exercise
talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details
Exercise
place of refuge or shelter; protection
Exercise
refusal of any compromise; stubbornness
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
intransigent
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
Exercise
designed to create ill will or envy
Exercise
stubborn; unyielding
Exercise
humorously sarcastic or mocking
intrepid
Exercise
fearless; indicating or springing from courage
Exercise
be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel
Exercise
manually skilled worker; craftsman, as opposed to artist
Exercise
treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point
inured
Exercise
steal or misappropriate money that one has been trusted with, especially to steal money from one's employer
Exercise
capable of using either hand with equal ease
Exercise
expressed tersely
Exercise
accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure
inveigle
Exercise
recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
Exercise
coax; cajole; wheedle; entice
Exercise
based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact
inveterate
Exercise
deep-rooted; firmly and long established; habitual
Exercise
crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person
Exercise
clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons
Exercise
work of art put together from fragments
invidious
Exercise
designed to create ill will or envy
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
Exercise
combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite
inviolable
Exercise
dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully
Exercise
illogical; lacking reason; insane
Exercise
anger; wrath; keen resentment; irritate
Exercise
secure from corruption, attack, or violation; unassailable
irascible
Exercise
notorious; conspicuously bad or shocking
Exercise
unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke
Exercise
irritable; easily angered; excited by or arising from anger
Exercise
possessed at birth; inborn
ire
Exercise
something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt
Exercise
anger; wrath; keen resentment; irritate
irksome
Exercise
causing annoyance, weariness, or vexation; tedious
Exercise
energetic; vigorously active
Exercise
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
Exercise
nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god
ironic
Exercise
socially awkward or tactless act; foolish error, especially one made in public
Exercise
ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
Exercise
chief; serving as an essential component
Exercise
humorously sarcastic or mocking
irrational
Exercise
fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position
Exercise
illogical; lacking reason; insane
Exercise
come into prominence; spring up; appear
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
irreproachable
Exercise
perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable
Exercise
resent; give or expend with reluctance; be envious of
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
Exercise
type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work
irrevocable
Exercise
daily; relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period
Exercise
unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke
Exercise
impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
Exercise
language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk
itinerant
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
Exercise
wandering; traveling place to place, especially to perform work or duty
Exercise
illogical; lacking reason; insane
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
jaded
Exercise
useless; having no useful result; vain
Exercise
combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite
Exercise
fatigued dulled by surfeit; exhausted; worn out; wearied
Exercise
bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack
jargon
Exercise
language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk
Exercise
seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies
Exercise
ill-mannered person
Exercise
associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration
jaundiced
Exercise
obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled
Exercise
involve in hostility or argument
Exercise
accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure
Exercise
prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish
jaunt
Exercise
force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force
Exercise
having no adverse effect; harmless
Exercise
short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey
Exercise
unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke

 Spelling Exercise

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 subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity


Spelling Word: abate
 renounce upon oath; abandon forever


Spelling Word: abjure
 growth or increase in size by gradual external addition, fusion, or inclusion


Spelling Word: accretion
 improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressive


Spelling Word: advanced
 combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury


Spelling Word: amalgamate
 capable of using either hand with equal ease


Spelling Word: ambidextrous
 having time error in story; erroneous in date; in wrong time


Spelling Word: anachronistic
 electroplated; coated with thin layer of metal


Spelling Word: anodized
 expressed tersely


Spelling Word: aphoristic
 prototype; original model or type after which other similar things are patterned


Spelling Word: archetype
 public records; place where public records are kept


Spelling Word: archives
 expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language


Spelling Word: articulate
 subtle but base deception; trickery; cleverness or skill; ingenuity


Spelling Word: artifice
 manually skilled worker; craftsman, as opposed to artist


Spelling Word: artisan
 leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere


Spelling Word: ascetic
 constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent


Spelling Word: assiduous
 ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease


Spelling Word: assuage
 wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence


Spelling Word: astute
 place of refuge or shelter; protection


Spelling Word: asylum
 nonbeliever; one who denies the existence of god


Spelling Word: atheist
 wasting away; decrease in size; reduction in the functionality of an organ caused by disease


Spelling Word: atrophy
 make slender, fine, or small; weaken; lessen density of


Spelling Word: attenuate
 make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity


Spelling Word: augment
 sign of something coming; art or practice of foretelling events by signs or omens


Spelling Word: augury
 attended by favorable circumstances; marked by success; prosperous


Spelling Word: auspicious
 strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented


Spelling Word: austere
 greedy for money


Spelling Word: avaricious
 firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike


Spelling Word: aversion
 portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.


Spelling Word: baleful
 stop short and refuse to go on; refuse obstinately or abruptly


Spelling Word: balk
 obvious and dull; commonplace; lacking originality


Spelling Word: banal
 ordinariness; dullness


Spelling Word: banality
 something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin


Spelling Word: bane
 poet, especially lyric poet


Spelling Word: bard
 fortress; projecting part of fortification; well-fortified position


Spelling Word: bastion
 confuse thoroughly; becloud and confuse, as with liquor; make stupid with alcohol


Spelling Word: befuddle
 resent; give or expend with reluctance; be envious of


Spelling Word: begrudge
 mislead; delude; deceive by guile


Spelling Word: beguile
 discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon


Spelling Word: belabor
 besiege or attack; harass; surround with troops


Spelling Word: beleaguer
 contradict; give a false impression


Spelling Word: belie
 disparage or depreciate; put down


Spelling Word: belittle
 warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative


Spelling Word: bellicose
 inclined or eager to fight; aggressive


Spelling Word: belligerent
 regret strongly; express disapproval of


Spelling Word: bemoan
 generous in providing aid to others; charitable


Spelling Word: benevolent
 kindly; favorable; not malignant


Spelling Word: benign
 compassion; gentleness; fondness


Spelling Word: benignity
 rebuke or scold angrily and at length


Spelling Word: berate
 type of cap


Spelling Word: beret
 beastlike; brutal; lacking in intelligence or reason


Spelling Word: bestial
 flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart


Spelling Word: blandishment
 ill-mannered person


Spelling Word: boor
 refrain from buying or using


Spelling Word: boycott
 orthodox


Spelling Word: canonical
 chief; serving as an essential component


Spelling Word: cardinal
 punctuation mark signifying omission


Spelling Word: caret
 lasting for long period; marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases


Spelling Word: chronic
 rudeness; ill-mannered behavior


Spelling Word: churlishness
 mildness, as of the weather; merciful, kind, or lenient act


Spelling Word: clemency
 overused expression; something unoriginal


Spelling Word: cliché
 clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons


Spelling Word: clientele
 combine; fuse; grow together; come together so as to form one whole; unite


Spelling Word: coalesce
 treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point


Spelling Word: coddle
 restrain by force, especially by law or authority; repress; curb


Spelling Word: coerce
 use of force to get someone to obey


Spelling Word: coercion
 reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive


Spelling Word: cogent
 think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply


Spelling Word: cogitate
 bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods


Spelling Word: colander
 work of art put together from fragments


Spelling Word: collage
 examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order


Spelling Word: collate
 of informal spoken language or conversation; conversational or chatty


Spelling Word: colloquial
 secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy


Spelling Word: collusion
 force into military service; take for public use; seize for military use; take arbitrarily or by force


Spelling Word: commandeer
 of the same size, extent, or duration as another


Spelling Word: commensurate
 self-satisfied; smug


Spelling Word: complacent
 yielding to request or desire; ready to accommodate; disposed or willing to comply


Spelling Word: compliant
 link together


Spelling Word: concatenate
 linking into chains


Spelling Word: concatenation
 to bring together; end a dispute


Spelling Word: conciliate
 brief and compact; expressing much in few words


Spelling Word: concise
 stoop or descend; let one's self down; submit; waive the privilege of rank or dignity


Spelling Word: condescend
 tacitly support; overlook


Spelling Word: condone
 overlooking; disregarding; ignoring


Spelling Word: condoning
 large destructive fire; burning; large-scale military conflict


Spelling Word: conflagration
 cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up


Spelling Word: confound
 to solidify


Spelling Word: congeal
 present at birth; inborn; innate


Spelling Word: congenital
 specialist; person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts


Spelling Word: connoisseur
 dedicate


Spelling Word: consecrate
 general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole


Spelling Word: consensus
 noticeable; prominent; easy to notice; obvious


Spelling Word: conspicuous
 carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect


Spelling Word: consummate
 modern; belonging to the same period of time


Spelling Word: contemporary
 sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring


Spelling Word: contiguous
 sorry


Spelling Word: contrite
 sorrow and repentance


Spelling Word: contrition
 stubborn


Spelling Word: contumacious
 injury that doesn't break the skin


Spelling Word: contusion
 riddle; difficult problem; dilemma


Spelling Word: conundrum
 based upon tradition rules; formed by agreement or compact


Spelling Word: conventional
 very fat; large in body; overweight


Spelling Word: corpulent
 wrinkled; shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges


Spelling Word: corrugated
 guilt


Spelling Word: culpability
 heavy; difficult to handle because of weight or bulk


Spelling Word: cumbersome
 humid; moist; slightly wet


Spelling Word: damp
 consider; think about carefully; weigh


Spelling Word: deliberate
 person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people


Spelling Word: demagogue
 right-handedness; readiness and grace in physical activity; skill and ease in using the hands; expertness in manual acts


Spelling Word: dexterity
 transparent; thin and delicate


Spelling Word: diaphanous
 judgment; perceptiveness


Spelling Word: discernment
 not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial


Spelling Word: disinterested
 belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank


Spelling Word: disparage
 difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree


Spelling Word: disparity
 calm; impartial; unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice


Spelling Word: dispassionate
 act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste


Spelling Word: dispatch
 circulating; broadcasting; spreading (information)


Spelling Word: disseminating
 daily; relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period


Spelling Word: diurnal
 distract; withdraw money and move into a different location


Spelling Word: divert
 obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled


Spelling Word: docile
 stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; inflexible, rigid


Spelling Word: dogmatic
 stupid person; person who is not very bright


Spelling Word: dolt
 foolish old man


Spelling Word: dotard
 speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance


Spelling Word: drawl
 nonsense; silly, unmeaning talk; servant; slave


Spelling Word: drivel
 queer; amusingly odd; comical


Spelling Word: droll
 idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary


Spelling Word: drone
 questionable; filled with doubt


Spelling Word: dubious
 easily deceived person; duplicate of photographic image


Spelling Word: dupe
 energetic; vigorously active


Spelling Word: dynamic
 showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm


Spelling Word: ebullient
 departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern


Spelling Word: eccentric
 composed of elements from a variety of sources


Spelling Word: eclectic
 building, especially one of imposing appearance or size; a structure that has a roof and walls


Spelling Word: edifice
 rub or wipe out; make indistinct as if by rubbing


Spelling Word: efface
 crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group; likeness or image, especially of a person


Spelling Word: effigy
 shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity


Spelling Word: effrontery
 pouring forth; uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm


Spelling Word: effusive
 belief in equality


Spelling Word: egalitarianism
 notorious; conspicuously bad or shocking


Spelling Word: egregious
 act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out


Spelling Word: egress
 omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission


Spelling Word: ellipsis
 vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive


Spelling Word: eloquent
 make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify


Spelling Word: elucidate
 difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind


Spelling Word: elusive
 very thin especially from disease or hunger


Spelling Word: emaciated
 free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate


Spelling Word: emancipate
 steal or misappropriate money that one has been trusted with, especially to steal money from one's employer


Spelling Word: embezzle
 involve in hostility or argument


Spelling Word: embroil
 come into prominence; spring up; appear


Spelling Word: emerge
 be a match or counterpart for; eager to equal or excel


Spelling Word: emulate
 high praise; formal expression of praise; tribute


Spelling Word: encomium
 acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support


Spelling Word: endorse
 perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence


Spelling Word: endurance
 lasting; surviving; long-suffering; patient


Spelling Word: enduring
 theory of knowledge


Spelling Word: epistemology
 speaking ambiguously


Spelling Word: equivocation
 still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct


Spelling Word: extant
 root out; eradicate, literally or figuratively; destroy wholly


Spelling Word: extirpate
 wiping out; complete destruction


Spelling Word: extirpation
 without skill, ineffective; worthless; lacking purpose


Spelling Word: feckless
 trick; any distracting or deceptive maneuver


Spelling Word: feint
 reject; mock; express contempt for rules by word or action; behave with contempt


Spelling Word: flout
 worked-up; not calm


Spelling Word: flustered
 behaving or dressing like a dandy; excessively concerned with fashion


Spelling Word: foppish
 relating to use of technology in investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in court by law


Spelling Word: forensic
 bravery; force; power to attack or to resist attack


Spelling Word: fortitude
 accidental; by chance; coming or occurring without any cause


Spelling Word: fortuitous
 inclined to make trouble; disobedient; irritable


Spelling Word: fractious
 cheating; deceitful; planning or using fraud; given to practice of fraud


Spelling Word: fraudulent
 lacking in seriousness; not serious; relatively unimportant


Spelling Word: frivolous
 stubborn; wayward; disobedient


Spelling Word: froward
 sparing; economical; costing little; inexpensive


Spelling Word: frugal
 trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face


Spelling Word: furrow
 marked by quiet and caution and secrecy


Spelling Word: furtive
 useless; having no useful result; vain


Spelling Word: futile
 socially awkward or tactless act; foolish error, especially one made in public


Spelling Word: gaffe
 large sailing ship, usually having two or more decks and carrying guns


Spelling Word: galleon
 dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully


Spelling Word: gambol
 distort; confuse; muddle


Spelling Word: garble
 over-bright in color; tastelessly showy


Spelling Word: garish
 gather; store up; amass; acquire


Spelling Word: garner
 talking much and repetition of unimportant or trivial details


Spelling Word: garrulous
 very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren


Spelling Word: gaunt
 type or class; a kind of literary or artistic work


Spelling Word: genre
 related to the topic being discussed or considered; appropriate or fitting; relevant


Spelling Word: germane
 containing seeds of later development; creative


Spelling Word: germinal
 making meaningless noises


Spelling Word: gibbering
 like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness


Spelling Word: glacial
 performed with a natural or offhand ease


Spelling Word: glib
 urge with a long pointed stick; give heart or courage to


Spelling Word: goad
 make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred


Spelling Word: grate
 free, without charge; costing nothing


Spelling Word: gratis
 given freely; unwarranted; granted without recompense; unearned


Spelling Word: gratuitous
 seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies


Spelling Word: gravity
 sociable; seeking and enjoying the company of others


Spelling Word: gregarious
 coarse; granular


Spelling Word: gritty
 loud, rude burst of laughter; horse-laugh


Spelling Word: guffaw
 skillful deceit; disposition to deceive or cheat; disguise cunningly


Spelling Word: guile
 free from deceit; sincere; honest


Spelling Word: guileless
 unwariness; trustfulness; being easily fooled


Spelling Word: gullibility
 easily deceived or cheated; easily tricked because of being too trusting


Spelling Word: gullible
 relating to sense of taste; relating to gustation


Spelling Word: gustatory
 repeated too often; over familiar through overuse


Spelling Word: hackneyed
 idyllically calm and peaceful; marked by peace and prosperity


Spelling Word: halcyon
 associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration


Spelling Word: hallowed
 encouraging; exhorting


Spelling Word: hortatory
 story or incident in peaceful or ideal setting


Spelling Word: idyll
 quality of being calm and not easily disturbed


Spelling Word: imperturbability
 challenged; called into question


Spelling Word: impugned
 recently begun; imperfectly formed or developed; elementary


Spelling Word: inchoate
 cut; carve


Spelling Word: incise
 naïve, unsophisticated person


Spelling Word: ingénue
 unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity


Spelling Word: ingrate
 unfriendly; hostile; harmful; detrimental


Spelling Word: inimical
 wicked or sinful; immoral; unrighteous


Spelling Word: iniquitous
 possessed at birth; inborn


Spelling Word: innate
 having no adverse effect; harmless


Spelling Word: innocuous
 change or alter by bringing in something new


Spelling Word: innovate
 impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious


Spelling Word: inscrutable
 unfeeling


Spelling Word: insentient
 lacking flavor or zest; not tasty; dull


Spelling Word: insipid
 goad or urge forward; provoke; incite


Spelling Word: instigate
 troublemaker; person who entices others to do something


Spelling Word: instigator
 rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party


Spelling Word: insurgent
 being or seeming to be without an end; endless; tedious; continual


Spelling Word: interminable
 periodic; on and off; stopping and starting at intervals


Spelling Word: intermittent
 temporary halting of usual operations of government or control; time between two reigns


Spelling Word: interregnum
 refusal of any compromise; stubbornness


Spelling Word: intransigence
 stubborn; unyielding


Spelling Word: intransigent
 fearless; indicating or springing from courage


Spelling Word: intrepid
 accustomed; made tough by habitual exposure


Spelling Word: inured
 coax; cajole; wheedle; entice


Spelling Word: inveigle
 deep-rooted; firmly and long established; habitual


Spelling Word: inveterate
 designed to create ill will or envy


Spelling Word: invidious
 secure from corruption, attack, or violation; unassailable


Spelling Word: inviolable
 irritable; easily angered; excited by or arising from anger


Spelling Word: irascible
 anger; wrath; keen resentment; irritate


Spelling Word: ire
 causing annoyance, weariness, or vexation; tedious


Spelling Word: irksome
 humorously sarcastic or mocking


Spelling Word: ironic
 illogical; lacking reason; insane


Spelling Word: irrational
 perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless; impeccable


Spelling Word: irreproachable
 unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke


Spelling Word: irrevocable
 wandering; traveling place to place, especially to perform work or duty


Spelling Word: itinerant
 fatigued dulled by surfeit; exhausted; worn out; wearied


Spelling Word: jaded
 language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk


Spelling Word: jargon
 prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish


Spelling Word: jaundiced
 short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey


Spelling Word: jaunt

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