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In views of many GRE exam takers, the Princeton GRE vocabulary seems easier and shorter than its competitors. However, if you just want to pass GRE test and have a score, this list can save much of time. We add extra explanations in 20 languages for each word to help ESL test takers. For people who are extremely difficult in vocabulary building, it offers a realistic solution to deal with GRE word preparation.


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

accolade: award of merit; expression of approval; praise

alacrity: cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness

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

ambiguous: unclear or doubtful in meaning

ambivalent: mixed; experiencing or expressing opposing or contradictory feelings

ameliorate: make or become better; improve; grow better

amenable: responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable

approbation: expression of warm approval; praise

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

astringent: causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere

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

avarice: greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain

aver: declare to be true; affirm

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

avid: greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm

avow: declare openly; acknowledge openly, boldly, and unashamedly

awry: in a position that is turned toward one side; away from correct course

axiom: self-evident truth requiring no proof

bacchanalian: drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness

baleful: portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.

barrage: artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles

barren: desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking

bedizen: ornament something in showy, tasteless, or gaudy finery

belabor: discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon

belie: contradict; give a false impression

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

belligerent: inclined or eager to fight; aggressive

benediction: blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes

bequest: inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another

berate: rebuke or scold angrily and at length

bereft: deprived of; lacking; desolate because of loss

beset: attack from all sides; trouble persistently; hem in

binge: short period of excessive consumption; rapid and excessive consumption of food, especially of excessive alcohol

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

blithe: gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted

boorish: rude and clumsy in behavior; ungentlemanly; awkward in manners

brazen: having loud, usually harsh, resonant sound; shameless

broach: introduce; bring up for discussion or debate; announce

brook: creek; stream

bucolic: rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation

burgeon: grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly

burnish: make shiny by rubbing; polish

cabal: small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests

cadence: rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat

cajole: influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering

callow: youthful; immature; inexperienced; without feathers

calumny: false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation; slander

cannon: great gun; firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force; loop at the top of a bell by which it is hung

cant: inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect

capitulate: surrender; end all resistance; give up; go along with or comply

capricious: fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly

captious: intended to confuse in an argument

castigate: criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication

caucus: private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy

caustic: capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action

censure: expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame

centurion: officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division

chagrin: anxiety caused by humiliation or injured pride; disappointment

chary: cautious; sparing or restrained about giving

chicanery: mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry

choleric: hot-tempered; easily angered; bad-tempered; expressing anger

clamor: noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest

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

codicil: supplement or appendix, especially to a will

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

collusion: secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy

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

commodious: spacious and comfortable; fit; proper; convenient

compunction: feeling of deep regret; strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt

conceit: overly high self-esteem; feelings of excessive pride

concord: agreement of opinions; harmonious state of things

confluence: act of two things flowing together; junction or meeting place where two things meet

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

congenial: compatible

congenital: present at birth; inborn; innate

consternation: intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror

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

contentious: quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy

contiguous: sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring

continence: self control; self restraint; partial or complete abstention from sexual activity

conundrum: riddle; difficult problem; dilemma

convivial: festive; occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company

convoke: call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene

convoluted: coiled around; highly involved; intricate

cornucopia: goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance

corporeal: bodily; of a material nature; tangible

corroborate: establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence

countenance: give sanction or support to; tolerate or approve

countervail: act or react with equal force; ; counteract

coy: quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved

cravat: a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck

curmudgeon: ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions

cursory: casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed

dainty: delicately beautiful or charming; exquisite; gratification or pleasure taken in anything

dearth: scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops

debacle: sudden downfall; complete disaster

debilitate: make weak; enfeeble; impair the strength of

decimate: destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of

decorum: propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior

decrepitude: state of collapse caused by illness or old age

decry: express strong disapproval of; disparage

defer: delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time

deference: willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect

delineate: portray; depict; draw or trace outline of; sketch out

deluge: great flood; heavy downpour; any overflowing of water

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

demur: object because of doubts; hesitate

denigrate: blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade

denouement: outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot

deposition: testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process

deprecate: express disapproval of; protest against; belittle

descry: catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny

desiccate: dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture

desultory: aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject

detraction: slandering; act of discrediting from someone's reputation

digression: wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion

dilate: make wider or larger; cause to expand; enlarge; widen

dirge: a piece of music of a mournful character, to accompany funeral rites; funeral hymn

discern: detect; perceive

discomfit: make uneasy or perplexed; cause to lose one's composure; disconcert

disconcert: confuse; frustrate by throwing into disorder; embarrass

disconsolate: sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting

discordant: not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant

discourse: formal, lengthy discussion of a subject; verbal exchange; conversation

discreet: free from ostentation or pretension; distinct; distinguishable

discrepancy: lack of consistency; difference

disdain: view with scorn or contempt; feel with aversion

disheveled: marked by disorder; untidy; having hair in loose disorder

disingenuous: giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating

disinter: dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice

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

disparate: fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar

dissemble: disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of

disseminate: distribute; spread; scatter like seeds

dissent: differ in opinion or feeling; withhold assent or approval

dissimulate: pretend; hide feelings from other people

dissolute: lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices

distend: swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure

divest: free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing

divulge: reveal; make known to public

doggerel: poor verse; of crude or irregular construction

dolt: stupid person; person who is not very bright

dote: be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline

dour: stubbornly unyielding; marked by sternness or harshness

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

droll: queer; amusingly odd; comical

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

dulcet: sweet sounding; pleasing to ear; melodious

duress: forcible restraint, especially unlawfully

ebullient: showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm

eclectic: composed of elements from a variety of sources

efficacy: power to produce desired effect

effluvia: waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor

effrontery: shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity

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

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abate
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desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
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subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
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wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion
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cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
accolade
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award of merit; expression of approval; praise
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grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
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wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion
alacrity
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free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
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speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
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cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
amalgamate
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express disapproval of; protest against; belittle
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poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
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bodily; of a material nature; tangible
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combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
ambiguous
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unclear or doubtful in meaning
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present at birth; inborn; innate
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constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
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secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
ambivalent
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desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
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mixed; experiencing or expressing opposing or contradictory feelings
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person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
ameliorate
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youthful; immature; inexperienced; without feathers
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formal, lengthy discussion of a subject; verbal exchange; conversation
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ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
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make or become better; improve; grow better
amenable
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lack of consistency; difference
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supplement or appendix, especially to a will
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
approbation
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coiled around; highly involved; intricate
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expression of warm approval; praise
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willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect
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sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
ascetic
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portray; depict; draw or trace outline of; sketch out
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leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
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bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
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destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
assiduous
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firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
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great flood; heavy downpour; any overflowing of water
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think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
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constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
assuage
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small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests
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quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved
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a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck
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ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
astringent
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rude and clumsy in behavior; ungentlemanly; awkward in manners
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waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor
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causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
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forcible restraint, especially unlawfully
austere
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not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
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strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
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queer; amusingly odd; comical
avarice
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greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
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compatible
aver
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agreement of opinions; harmonious state of things
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declare to be true; affirm
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bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
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a piece of music of a mournful character, to accompany funeral rites; funeral hymn
aversion
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make wider or larger; cause to expand; enlarge; widen
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firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
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sweet sounding; pleasing to ear; melodious
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quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved
avid
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm
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call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene
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view with scorn or contempt; feel with aversion
avow
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festive; occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company
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drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness
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declare openly; acknowledge openly, boldly, and unashamedly
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sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
awry
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carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect
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in a position that is turned toward one side; away from correct course
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a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
axiom
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speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
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self-evident truth requiring no proof
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pretend; hide feelings from other people
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poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
bacchanalian
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act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
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portray; depict; draw or trace outline of; sketch out
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drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness
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be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
baleful
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propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
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attack from all sides; trouble persistently; hem in
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes
barrage
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poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
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grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
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casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
barren
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capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
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sweet sounding; pleasing to ear; melodious
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
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desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
bedizen
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queer; amusingly odd; comical
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ornament something in showy, tasteless, or gaudy finery
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think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
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lack of consistency; difference
belabor
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discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
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desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
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giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
belie
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contradict; give a false impression
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leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
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private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy
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wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion
bellicose
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warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
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strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
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bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
belligerent
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swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure
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object because of doubts; hesitate
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inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
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present at birth; inborn; innate
benediction
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inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
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state of collapse caused by illness or old age
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
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blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes
bequest
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secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
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inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another
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shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
berate
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
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rebuke or scold angrily and at length
bereft
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subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
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deprived of; lacking; desolate because of loss
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gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
beset
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attack from all sides; trouble persistently; hem in
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act of two things flowing together; junction or meeting place where two things meet
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lack of consistency; difference
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surrender; end all resistance; give up; go along with or comply
binge
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short period of excessive consumption; rapid and excessive consumption of food, especially of excessive alcohol
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object because of doubts; hesitate
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speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
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view with scorn or contempt; feel with aversion
blandishment
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
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greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
blithe
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gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted
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portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
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power to produce desired effect
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criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication
boorish
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blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes
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rude and clumsy in behavior; ungentlemanly; awkward in manners
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a piece of music of a mournful character, to accompany funeral rites; funeral hymn
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declare to be true; affirm
brazen
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having loud, usually harsh, resonant sound; shameless
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scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
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cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
broach
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lack of consistency; difference
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introduce; bring up for discussion or debate; announce
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delicately beautiful or charming; exquisite; gratification or pleasure taken in anything
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flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
brook
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greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm
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creek; stream
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marked by disorder; untidy; having hair in loose disorder
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
bucolic
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
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rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation
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gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted
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inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
burgeon
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sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
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influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering
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grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
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call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene
burnish
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make shiny by rubbing; polish
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bodily; of a material nature; tangible
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swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure
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carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect
cabal
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small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
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sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
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ease or lessen pain; satisfy or appease
cadence
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rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat
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sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
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person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
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inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
cajole
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act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
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blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
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causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
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influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering
callow
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idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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youthful; immature; inexperienced; without feathers
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act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
calumny
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
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causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
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catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny
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false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation; slander
cannon
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testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process
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of the same size, extent, or duration as another
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overly high self-esteem; feelings of excessive pride
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great gun; firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force; loop at the top of a bell by which it is hung
cant
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private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy
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capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
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express disapproval of; protest against; belittle
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
capitulate
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riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
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secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
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intended to confuse in an argument
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surrender; end all resistance; give up; go along with or comply
capricious
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capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
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blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes
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reveal; make known to public
captious
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering
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intended to confuse in an argument
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small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests
castigate
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dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
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aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
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criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication
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feeling of deep regret; strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
caucus
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fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
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sweet sounding; pleasing to ear; melodious
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rude and clumsy in behavior; ungentlemanly; awkward in manners
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private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy
caustic
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distribute; spread; scatter like seeds
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capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
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noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest
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slandering; act of discrediting from someone's reputation
censure
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constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
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propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
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expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
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inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another
centurion
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officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division
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false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation; slander
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act or react with equal force; ; counteract
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
chagrin
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free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
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anxiety caused by humiliation or injured pride; disappointment
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rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat
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cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness
chary
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cautious; sparing or restrained about giving
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power to produce desired effect
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person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
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attack from all sides; trouble persistently; hem in
chicanery
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mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
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inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another
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spacious and comfortable; fit; proper; convenient
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
choleric
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
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contradict; give a false impression
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
hot-tempered; easily angered; bad-tempered; expressing anger
clamor
Exercise
free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
Exercise
noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
coddle
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
state of collapse caused by illness or old age
Exercise
discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon
Exercise
treat gently; cook in water just below boiling point
codicil
Exercise
supplement or appendix, especially to a will
Exercise
give sanction or support to; tolerate or approve
Exercise
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
Exercise
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
cogent
Exercise
deprived of; lacking; desolate because of loss
Exercise
expression of warm approval; praise
Exercise
sudden downfall; complete disaster
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
cogitate
Exercise
rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat
Exercise
think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
Exercise
destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
colander
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness
Exercise
give sanction or support to; tolerate or approve
Exercise
private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy
collusion
Exercise
stubbornly unyielding; marked by sternness or harshness
Exercise
make or become better; improve; grow better
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
commensurate
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
Exercise
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
Exercise
unclear or doubtful in meaning
commodious
Exercise
outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot
Exercise
be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
Exercise
intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
Exercise
spacious and comfortable; fit; proper; convenient
compunction
Exercise
formal, lengthy discussion of a subject; verbal exchange; conversation
Exercise
a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck
Exercise
feeling of deep regret; strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
conceit
Exercise
bodily; of a material nature; tangible
Exercise
overly high self-esteem; feelings of excessive pride
Exercise
sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
concord
Exercise
leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial; austere
Exercise
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
Exercise
great flood; heavy downpour; any overflowing of water
Exercise
agreement of opinions; harmonious state of things
confluence
Exercise
dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division
Exercise
act of two things flowing together; junction or meeting place where two things meet
confound
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
Exercise
noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest
Exercise
drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
congenial
Exercise
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
Exercise
compatible
Exercise
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
Exercise
queer; amusingly odd; comical
congenital
Exercise
mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
present at birth; inborn; innate
Exercise
officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division
consternation
Exercise
intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
Exercise
casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
creek; stream
consummate
Exercise
carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect
Exercise
waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor
Exercise
creek; stream
Exercise
firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
contentious
Exercise
delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time
Exercise
great gun; firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force; loop at the top of a bell by which it is hung
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
contiguous
Exercise
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect
continence
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
self control; self restraint; partial or complete abstention from sexual activity
Exercise
detect; perceive
conundrum
Exercise
power to produce desired effect
Exercise
supplement or appendix, especially to a will
Exercise
artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
convivial
Exercise
festive; occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company
Exercise
state of collapse caused by illness or old age
Exercise
act or react with equal force; ; counteract
Exercise
forcible restraint, especially unlawfully
convoke
Exercise
call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene
Exercise
dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
convoluted
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
Exercise
deprived of; lacking; desolate because of loss
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
cornucopia
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
Exercise
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
corporeal
Exercise
outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot
Exercise
waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor
Exercise
bodily; of a material nature; tangible
Exercise
intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
corroborate
Exercise
carried to the utmost extent or degree; of the highest quality; complete; perfect
Exercise
spacious and comfortable; fit; proper; convenient
Exercise
call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
countenance
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
Exercise
artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
Exercise
anxiety caused by humiliation or injured pride; disappointment
Exercise
give sanction or support to; tolerate or approve
countervail
Exercise
destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
Exercise
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
Exercise
act or react with equal force; ; counteract
Exercise
make weak; enfeeble; impair the strength of
coy
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
think earnestly or studiously; meditate; ponder; think deeply
Exercise
quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved
Exercise
unclear or doubtful in meaning
cravat
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
Exercise
idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary
Exercise
a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck
curmudgeon
Exercise
ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions
Exercise
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
surrender; end all resistance; give up; go along with or comply
cursory
Exercise
drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness
Exercise
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
Exercise
casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
Exercise
reveal; make known to public
dainty
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
delicately beautiful or charming; exquisite; gratification or pleasure taken in anything
Exercise
poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
Exercise
noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest
dearth
Exercise
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
Exercise
act or react with equal force; ; counteract
Exercise
catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny
Exercise
youthful; immature; inexperienced; without feathers
debacle
Exercise
call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene
Exercise
contradict; give a false impression
Exercise
sudden downfall; complete disaster
Exercise
artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
debilitate
Exercise
secret agreement for an illegal purpose; conspiracy
Exercise
make weak; enfeeble; impair the strength of
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
Exercise
hot-tempered; easily angered; bad-tempered; expressing anger
decimate
Exercise
destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
Exercise
willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process
decorum
Exercise
propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
decrepitude
Exercise
criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication
Exercise
bodily; of a material nature; tangible
Exercise
slandering; act of discrediting from someone's reputation
Exercise
state of collapse caused by illness or old age
decry
Exercise
grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly
Exercise
inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
Exercise
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
Exercise
express strong disapproval of; disparage
defer
Exercise
delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time
Exercise
firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
Exercise
discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon
Exercise
be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
deference
Exercise
willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect
Exercise
artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
Exercise
inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
Exercise
outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot
delineate
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
state of collapse caused by illness or old age
Exercise
portray; depict; draw or trace outline of; sketch out
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
deluge
Exercise
idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary
Exercise
great flood; heavy downpour; any overflowing of water
Exercise
lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices
Exercise
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
demagogue
Exercise
reasonable and convincing; based on evidence; forcefully persuasive
Exercise
person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people
Exercise
riddle; difficult problem; dilemma
Exercise
testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process
demur
Exercise
object because of doubts; hesitate
Exercise
waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor
Exercise
gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted
Exercise
warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
denigrate
Exercise
outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot
Exercise
deprived of; lacking; desolate because of loss
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
denouement
Exercise
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
Exercise
of the same size, extent, or duration as another
Exercise
free from ostentation or pretension; distinct; distinguishable
Exercise
outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot
deposition
Exercise
self-evident truth requiring no proof
Exercise
sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
Exercise
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring
Exercise
testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process
deprecate
Exercise
differ in opinion or feeling; withhold assent or approval
Exercise
express disapproval of; protest against; belittle
Exercise
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
descry
Exercise
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
Exercise
catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny
Exercise
bodily; of a material nature; tangible
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
desiccate
Exercise
dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture
Exercise
in a position that is turned toward one side; away from correct course
Exercise
act or react with equal force; ; counteract
Exercise
poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
desultory
Exercise
reveal; make known to public
Exercise
inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
ornament something in showy, tasteless, or gaudy finery
detraction
Exercise
slandering; act of discrediting from someone's reputation
Exercise
object because of doubts; hesitate
Exercise
ornament something in showy, tasteless, or gaudy finery
Exercise
self-evident truth requiring no proof
digression
Exercise
having loud, usually harsh, resonant sound; shameless
Exercise
wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion
Exercise
destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
Exercise
slandering; act of discrediting from someone's reputation
dilate
Exercise
causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere
Exercise
quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved
Exercise
make wider or larger; cause to expand; enlarge; widen
Exercise
delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time
dirge
Exercise
act of two things flowing together; junction or meeting place where two things meet
Exercise
a piece of music of a mournful character, to accompany funeral rites; funeral hymn
Exercise
lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
discern
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
Exercise
sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
Exercise
detect; perceive
Exercise
great gun; firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force; loop at the top of a bell by which it is hung
discomfit
Exercise
constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
Exercise
in a position that is turned toward one side; away from correct course
Exercise
make uneasy or perplexed; cause to lose one's composure; disconcert
Exercise
act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
disconcert
Exercise
confuse; frustrate by throwing into disorder; embarrass
Exercise
destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
Exercise
ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
disconsolate
Exercise
sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
Exercise
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
Exercise
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
Exercise
pretend; hide feelings from other people
discordant
Exercise
introduce; bring up for discussion or debate; announce
Exercise
small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests
Exercise
not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
discourse
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication
Exercise
expression of warm approval; praise
Exercise
formal, lengthy discussion of a subject; verbal exchange; conversation
discreet
Exercise
a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck
Exercise
noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest
Exercise
free from ostentation or pretension; distinct; distinguishable
Exercise
express strong disapproval of; disparage
discrepancy
Exercise
make weak; enfeeble; impair the strength of
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
lack of consistency; difference
Exercise
strict or severe in discipline; severely simple and unornamented
disdain
Exercise
view with scorn or contempt; feel with aversion
Exercise
destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of
Exercise
wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion
Exercise
willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect
disheveled
Exercise
hot-tempered; easily angered; bad-tempered; expressing anger
Exercise
marked by disorder; untidy; having hair in loose disorder
Exercise
great gun; firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force; loop at the top of a bell by which it is hung
Exercise
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
disingenuous
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
Exercise
make or become better; improve; grow better
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
Exercise
lack of consistency; difference
disinter
Exercise
award of merit; expression of approval; praise
Exercise
not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant
Exercise
dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice
Exercise
cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness
disparage
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
Exercise
creek; stream
Exercise
belittle; speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way; reduce in esteem or rank
Exercise
influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering
disparate
Exercise
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
Exercise
testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process
Exercise
rude and clumsy in behavior; ungentlemanly; awkward in manners
Exercise
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
dissemble
Exercise
act of two things flowing together; junction or meeting place where two things meet
Exercise
make shiny by rubbing; polish
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
disseminate
Exercise
quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved
Exercise
distribute; spread; scatter like seeds
Exercise
rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat
Exercise
agreement of opinions; harmonious state of things
dissent
Exercise
differ in opinion or feeling; withhold assent or approval
Exercise
capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action
Exercise
ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions
Exercise
constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
dissimulate
Exercise
pretend; hide feelings from other people
Exercise
cause to become confused or perplexed; fail to distinguish; mix up
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly
dissolute
Exercise
coiled around; highly involved; intricate
Exercise
rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation
Exercise
blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes
Exercise
lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices
distend
Exercise
poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
Exercise
declare openly; acknowledge openly, boldly, and unashamedly
Exercise
swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure
Exercise
great flood; heavy downpour; any overflowing of water
divest
Exercise
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
Exercise
sudden downfall; complete disaster
Exercise
attack from all sides; trouble persistently; hem in
Exercise
free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
divulge
Exercise
reveal; make known to public
Exercise
bowl-shaped strainer, used to wash or drain foods
Exercise
sudden downfall; complete disaster
Exercise
private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy
doggerel
Exercise
self control; self restraint; partial or complete abstention from sexual activity
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another
Exercise
poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
dolt
Exercise
small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests
Exercise
stupid person; person who is not very bright
Exercise
forcible restraint, especially unlawfully
Exercise
surrender; end all resistance; give up; go along with or comply
dote
Exercise
bodily; of a material nature; tangible
Exercise
make or become better; improve; grow better
Exercise
be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
Exercise
wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion
dour
Exercise
stubbornly unyielding; marked by sternness or harshness
Exercise
anxiety caused by humiliation or injured pride; disappointment
Exercise
false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation; slander
Exercise
poor verse; of crude or irregular construction
drawl
Exercise
festive; occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company
Exercise
marked by disorder; untidy; having hair in loose disorder
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
droll
Exercise
queer; amusingly odd; comical
Exercise
fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar
Exercise
call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene
Exercise
desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
drone
Exercise
idle person; male bee; someone who takes more time than necessary
Exercise
pretend; hide feelings from other people
Exercise
mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry
Exercise
flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
dulcet
Exercise
sweet sounding; pleasing to ear; melodious
Exercise
unclear or doubtful in meaning
Exercise
feeling of deep regret; strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
Exercise
noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest
duress
Exercise
express strong disapproval of; disparage
Exercise
forcible restraint, especially unlawfully
Exercise
portending evil; harmful in intent or effect.
Exercise
festive; occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company
ebullient
Exercise
showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
Exercise
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
Exercise
composed of elements from a variety of sources
Exercise
ornament something in showy, tasteless, or gaudy finery
eclectic
Exercise
portray; depict; draw or trace outline of; sketch out
Exercise
composed of elements from a variety of sources
Exercise
speaking with slow and lingering utterance, from laziness, lack of spirit; lengthened, slow monotonous utterance
Exercise
express disapproval of; protest against; belittle
efficacy
Exercise
expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame
Exercise
make shiny by rubbing; polish
Exercise
power to produce desired effect
Exercise
quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved
effluvia
Exercise
waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor
Exercise
make wider or larger; cause to expand; enlarge; widen
Exercise
self control; self restraint; partial or complete abstention from sexual activity
Exercise
criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication
effrontery
Exercise
free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
Exercise
shameless or brazen boldness; insolent and shameless audacity
Exercise
greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm
Exercise
discuss repeatedly; attack verbally; work hard upon
egress
Exercise
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
Exercise
lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices
Exercise
act of coming or going out; emergence; right to leave; path or opening for going out
Exercise
firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike

 Spelling Exercise

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 subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity


Spelling Word: abate
 award of merit; expression of approval; praise


Spelling Word: accolade
 cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness


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


Spelling Word: amalgamate
 unclear or doubtful in meaning


Spelling Word: ambiguous
 mixed; experiencing or expressing opposing or contradictory feelings


Spelling Word: ambivalent
 make or become better; improve; grow better


Spelling Word: ameliorate
 responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable


Spelling Word: amenable
 expression of warm approval; praise


Spelling Word: approbation
 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
 causing contraction; having the effect of drawing tissue together; stern or austere


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


Spelling Word: austere
 greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain


Spelling Word: avarice
 declare to be true; affirm


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


Spelling Word: aversion
 greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm


Spelling Word: avid
 declare openly; acknowledge openly, boldly, and unashamedly


Spelling Word: avow
 in a position that is turned toward one side; away from correct course


Spelling Word: awry
 self-evident truth requiring no proof


Spelling Word: axiom
 drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness


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


Spelling Word: baleful
 artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles


Spelling Word: barrage
 desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking


Spelling Word: barren
 ornament something in showy, tasteless, or gaudy finery


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


Spelling Word: belabor
 contradict; give a false impression


Spelling Word: belie
 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
 blessing; invocation of divine blessing; expression of good wishes


Spelling Word: benediction
 inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another


Spelling Word: bequest
 rebuke or scold angrily and at length


Spelling Word: berate
 deprived of; lacking; desolate because of loss


Spelling Word: bereft
 attack from all sides; trouble persistently; hem in


Spelling Word: beset
 short period of excessive consumption; rapid and excessive consumption of food, especially of excessive alcohol


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


Spelling Word: blandishment
 gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted


Spelling Word: blithe
 rude and clumsy in behavior; ungentlemanly; awkward in manners


Spelling Word: boorish
 having loud, usually harsh, resonant sound; shameless


Spelling Word: brazen
 introduce; bring up for discussion or debate; announce


Spelling Word: broach
 creek; stream


Spelling Word: brook
 rustic; pastoral; agricultural; relating to country affairs, or to shepherd's life and occupation


Spelling Word: bucolic
 grow forth; send out buds; grow or develop rapidly


Spelling Word: burgeon
 make shiny by rubbing; polish


Spelling Word: burnish
 small group of persons secretly united to promote their own interests


Spelling Word: cabal
 rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat


Spelling Word: cadence
 influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering


Spelling Word: cajole
 youthful; immature; inexperienced; without feathers


Spelling Word: callow
 false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation; slander


Spelling Word: calumny
 great gun; firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force; loop at the top of a bell by which it is hung


Spelling Word: cannon
 inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect


Spelling Word: cant
 surrender; end all resistance; give up; go along with or comply


Spelling Word: capitulate
 fickle; impulsive and unpredictable; apt to change opinions suddenly


Spelling Word: capricious
 intended to confuse in an argument


Spelling Word: captious
 criticize severely; punish; revise or make corrections to publication


Spelling Word: castigate
 private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy


Spelling Word: caucus
 capable of burning, corroding, dissolving, or eating away by chemical action


Spelling Word: caustic
 expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism; blame


Spelling Word: censure
 officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division


Spelling Word: centurion
 anxiety caused by humiliation or injured pride; disappointment


Spelling Word: chagrin
 cautious; sparing or restrained about giving


Spelling Word: chary
 mean or unfair artifice to obscure truth; deception by trickery or sophistry


Spelling Word: chicanery
 hot-tempered; easily angered; bad-tempered; expressing anger


Spelling Word: choleric
 noise; loud outcry; expression of discontent or protest


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


Spelling Word: coddle
 supplement or appendix, especially to a will


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


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


Spelling Word: commensurate
 spacious and comfortable; fit; proper; convenient


Spelling Word: commodious
 feeling of deep regret; strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt


Spelling Word: compunction
 overly high self-esteem; feelings of excessive pride


Spelling Word: conceit
 agreement of opinions; harmonious state of things


Spelling Word: concord
 act of two things flowing together; junction or meeting place where two things meet


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


Spelling Word: confound
 compatible


Spelling Word: congenial
 present at birth; inborn; innate


Spelling Word: congenital
 intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror


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


Spelling Word: consummate
 quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy


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


Spelling Word: contiguous
 self control; self restraint; partial or complete abstention from sexual activity


Spelling Word: continence
 riddle; difficult problem; dilemma


Spelling Word: conundrum
 festive; occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company


Spelling Word: convivial
 call together; cause to assemble in meeting; convene


Spelling Word: convoke
 coiled around; highly involved; intricate


Spelling Word: convoluted
 goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance


Spelling Word: cornucopia
 bodily; of a material nature; tangible


Spelling Word: corporeal
 establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence


Spelling Word: corroborate
 give sanction or support to; tolerate or approve


Spelling Word: countenance
 act or react with equal force; ; counteract


Spelling Word: countervail
 quiet; still; tending to avoid people and social situations; reserved


Spelling Word: coy
 a piece of silk, fine muslin, or other cloth, worn by men about the neck


Spelling Word: cravat
 ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions


Spelling Word: curmudgeon
 casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed


Spelling Word: cursory
 delicately beautiful or charming; exquisite; gratification or pleasure taken in anything


Spelling Word: dainty
 scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops


Spelling Word: dearth
 sudden downfall; complete disaster


Spelling Word: debacle
 make weak; enfeeble; impair the strength of


Spelling Word: debilitate
 destroy or kill a large part of; select by lot and kill one in every ten of


Spelling Word: decimate
 propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior


Spelling Word: decorum
 state of collapse caused by illness or old age


Spelling Word: decrepitude
 express strong disapproval of; disparage


Spelling Word: decry
 delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time


Spelling Word: defer
 willingness to carry out the wishes of others; great respect


Spelling Word: deference
 portray; depict; draw or trace outline of; sketch out


Spelling Word: delineate
 great flood; heavy downpour; any overflowing of water


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


Spelling Word: demagogue
 object because of doubts; hesitate


Spelling Word: demur
 blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade


Spelling Word: denigrate
 outcome; final resolution or clarification of dramatic or narrative plot


Spelling Word: denouement
 testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process


Spelling Word: deposition
 express disapproval of; protest against; belittle


Spelling Word: deprecate
 catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny


Spelling Word: descry
 dry up thoroughly; make dry, dull, or lifeless; preserve foods by removing the moisture


Spelling Word: desiccate
 aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject


Spelling Word: desultory
 slandering; act of discrediting from someone's reputation


Spelling Word: detraction
 wandering from the main path of a journey; diversion


Spelling Word: digression
 make wider or larger; cause to expand; enlarge; widen


Spelling Word: dilate
 a piece of music of a mournful character, to accompany funeral rites; funeral hymn


Spelling Word: dirge
 detect; perceive


Spelling Word: discern
 make uneasy or perplexed; cause to lose one's composure; disconcert


Spelling Word: discomfit
 confuse; frustrate by throwing into disorder; embarrass


Spelling Word: disconcert
 sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting


Spelling Word: disconsolate
 not harmonious; conflicting; disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant


Spelling Word: discordant
 formal, lengthy discussion of a subject; verbal exchange; conversation


Spelling Word: discourse
 free from ostentation or pretension; distinct; distinguishable


Spelling Word: discreet
 lack of consistency; difference


Spelling Word: discrepancy
 view with scorn or contempt; feel with aversion


Spelling Word: disdain
 marked by disorder; untidy; having hair in loose disorder


Spelling Word: disheveled
 giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating


Spelling Word: disingenuous
 dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice


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


Spelling Word: disparage
 fundamentally distinct or different in kind; entirely dissimilar


Spelling Word: disparate
 disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of


Spelling Word: dissemble
 distribute; spread; scatter like seeds


Spelling Word: disseminate
 differ in opinion or feeling; withhold assent or approval


Spelling Word: dissent
 pretend; hide feelings from other people


Spelling Word: dissimulate
 lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices


Spelling Word: dissolute
 swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure


Spelling Word: distend
 free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing


Spelling Word: divest
 reveal; make known to public


Spelling Word: divulge
 poor verse; of crude or irregular construction


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


Spelling Word: dolt
 be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline


Spelling Word: dote
 stubbornly unyielding; marked by sternness or harshness


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


Spelling Word: drawl
 queer; amusingly odd; comical


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


Spelling Word: drone
 sweet sounding; pleasing to ear; melodious


Spelling Word: dulcet
 forcible restraint, especially unlawfully


Spelling Word: duress
 showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm


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


Spelling Word: eclectic
 power to produce desired effect


Spelling Word: efficacy
 waste; foul-smelling outflow or vapor


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


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


Spelling Word: egress

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