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This list is to enrich vocabulary after you finish 500 hard GRE words. If you want to go to top graduate schools or apply for any scholarship, you have to do more. This list helps your reading and writing with high level vocabulary in GRE exam, which is a key to open the door of your dream for super score hunters.


aberration: deviation from the normal

abeyance: suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension

abraded: worn away; eroded

abrasion: scratch; friction

abscission: cutting; process causing leaves to fall off

abut: border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent

abysmal: bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad

acolyte: disciple; follower or attendant

admonitory: scolding

adumbrate: give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade

agog: amazed; wide-eyed with enthusiasm

aisle: passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane; wing of a building

alleviated: made less severe

allure: attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive

amortize: pay off a debt in installments

analogue: 1. something similar; 2. output proportional to input (engineering)

antipathy: strong feeling of aversion; dislike

apostrophe: text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers

apposite: strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited

apprehension: fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; act of seizing or capturing; understanding

approbation: expression of warm approval; praise

arbitrator: someone chosen to judge and decide disputed issue; one having power to make authoritative decisions

arboreal: tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees

arduous: demanding great effort or labor; difficult

armada: a fleet of warships; a large group of moving things

arresting: (a) attracting attention; striking

arson: malicious burning of a dwelling house or outhouse of another man, which by the common law is felony

artless: free of artificiality; natural; open and honest

asperity: sharpness of temper; roughness or harshness, as of surface, sound, or climate

assay: analyze; evaluate; examine by trial or experiment; put to test

atavism: resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; deformity returning after passage of two or more generations

atonement: making amends for sin or crime

aver: declare to be true; affirm

balm: something that relieves pain

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

bent: determined to do or have

blowhard: boastful person

brook: creek; stream

burlesque: give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously

cadge: get by begging

calibrate: mark an accurate scale on a device

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

caprices: whimsies; fancies

carrion: dead flesh; carcasses

cataclysmic: violently disruptive

caulk: make watertight by filling in cracks

centrifuge: device to separate substances by spinning them at high speed

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

chantey: type of song sung by sailors

chauvinist: person with prejudiced belief in superiority of own kind

chorales: simple hymns

cloistered: isolated

cloture: closure; terminating a debate by voting

coda: piece of music at the end of a musical work; finale; final part of document

cognitive: knowing or perceiving; part of mental functions that deals with logic

comeliness: beauty; prettiness

commingle: mix

complaisance: flexibility; willingness to please

compromised: 1. damaged or put in doubt (esp. of reputation); 2. reached an agreement by giving up part of a claim

condescension: act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors

congruent: possessing congruity; suitable; agreeing; corresponding

conniving: cunning; scheming

conscript: 1. person enlisted compulsorily into the armed forces; 2. (v) to enlist compulsorily

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

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

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

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

coterie: group that meets socially; an exclusive circle of people with common purpose

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

daguerreotype: forerunner of the photograph

dally: waste time; flirt

dawdler: slow person who falls behind others

debacle: sudden downfall; complete disaster

debilitating: weakening

decimated: kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)

deferential: showing deference; respectful and considerate

deign: condescend to give or grant; esteem worthy; consider worth notice

demur: object because of doubts; hesitate

denigrate: blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade

derision: mockery

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

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

diatribe: tirade; violent denunciation; stream of criticism

dilettantism: dabbling esp. in the arts

disabuse: make someone aware of an error in thinking

disarm: 1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side

discountenance: disallow

discrete: separate; consisting of unconnected distinct parts

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

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

dissident: disagreeing, especially with a majority; rebellious

dissonance: discord; disagreeable sounds; harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds

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

doff: take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard

don: put clothing on one's body

dormancy: state of inactivity

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

drabness: dullness

dross: waste or impure matter; worthless, commonplace, or trivial matter

duplicity: double-dealing; deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; acting in bad faith.

eddy: swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current

efficacy: power to produce desired effect

elaborate: marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail

elegy: poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem

emboss: mold or carve in relief; decorate with or as if with a raised design

emollient: having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin

empirical: derived from experiment and observation rather than theory

endow: grant; award; give qualities or abilities to

enervate: weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve

engendering: causing; bringing into being

enigmatic: obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for

enlist: enter on a list; enroll; register; engage for military or naval service

epaulet: shoulder decoration

epigram: witty thought or saying, usually short; short, witty poem expressing a single thought or observation

epithet: word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing

equivocal: open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead

errant: wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion

erudition: learning; scholarly knowledge

eschew: avoid; refuse to use or participate in; stand aloof from

esoterica: obscure details

evanescent: fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor

exacerbated: made worse

exact: precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming

exemplar: model type

exigency: urgent situation; state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action

expatiate: speak or write at great length

expiate: make amends or pay the penalty for; relieve or cleanse of guilt

expostulate: offer strong objections; remonstrate

extemporize: speak without preparation or rehearsal

fabricated: made up; false; manufactured

façade: 1. front elevation of building, 2. false appearance or demeanor

facetious: joking ,often inappropriately; humorous

faddish: whimsical; following a fashion

fallacy: deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception

fallible: likely to fail or be inaccurate

fallow: plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated

falters: hesitates

fawn: young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal

ferrous: concerned with iron or its compounds

fervent: extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt

fervid: extremely hot; eager; impassioned; burning

figurehead: token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels

filibuster: block legislation by making long speeches

flag: become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure

flail: 1. tool used to thresh grain; 2. to thresh (separate grain from chaff); 3. to wave arms about wildly

fledge: 1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest

foible: moral weakness; failing; weak point; slight fault

foment: try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to

foolhardy: rash; marked by unthinking boldness

forage: hunt for; search; the act of searching for food

forbearing: tolerant

foreshadowed: indicated a future event

fracas: noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance

frieze: architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap

fringe: margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band

fulminate: 1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily

fusillade: long burst of gunfire

gainsay: speak against; contradict; oppose in words; deny or declare not to be true

gall: bitterness of feeling; vexation

gambit: chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position

gaucherie: awkwardness

gavel: hammer-like tool; small mallet used by a presiding officer or a judge

gerontocracy: government by the aged

gist: most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; central idea

gossamer: sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous

gouge: force with the thumb; make a groove in

gregariousness: sociability; liking for crowds

hack: cut or chop with repeated blows; break up the surface of; gain access to computer illegally or without authorization

hallow: make holy; set apart for holy or religious use; consecrate; treat or keep as sacred

hapless: without hap or luck; luckless; unfortunate; unlucky; unhappy

hawser: thick rope or cable

hegemony: domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others

heterodox: unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine

homiletics: art of preaching and giving sermons

homogeneity: evenness; uniformity

hyperbole: figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement

impeding: hindering

imperative: having power command or control; critically importance; some duty that is essential and urgent

importune: beg persistently; ask for urgently or repeatedly; annoy

improbity: lack of honesty or integrity

impropriety: improper act; improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing

impugn: dispute or contradict, often in insulting way; challenge

incubus: encumbrance; nightmarish thing

incumbents: occupiers of a job or position

indecorous: unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)

indicted: accused (of crime)

indigence: poverty

indigent: poor; experiencing want or need; impoverished

inefficacious: not effective; unable to produce a desired result

inerrancy: infallibility; inability to make mistakes

inscrutability: quality of being difficult to comprehend

intangible: not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague

intelligible: understandable; clear to the mind

intemperate: not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages

intractability: stubbornness; resistance

ironclad: protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain

jamb: door post

jibe: agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)

jockeying: maneuvering; struggling to get ahead of others

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aberration
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deviation from the normal
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beauty; prettiness
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blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
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concerned with iron or its compounds
abeyance
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suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
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rash; marked by unthinking boldness
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closure; terminating a debate by voting
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
abraded
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worn away; eroded
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block legislation by making long speeches
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sudden downfall; complete disaster
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young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal
abrasion
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beauty; prettiness
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scratch; friction
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sharpness of temper; roughness or harshness, as of surface, sound, or climate
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grant; award; give qualities or abilities to
abscission
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
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give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously
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indicated a future event
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cutting; process causing leaves to fall off
abut
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strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited
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obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for
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border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent
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make amends or pay the penalty for; relieve or cleanse of guilt
abysmal
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bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad
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weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
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device to separate substances by spinning them at high speed
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get by begging
acolyte
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state of inactivity
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
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disciple; follower or attendant
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catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny
admonitory
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not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague
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scolding
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wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion
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domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
adumbrate
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speak against; contradict; oppose in words; deny or declare not to be true
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waste time; flirt
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deviation from the normal
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give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade
agog
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amazed; wide-eyed with enthusiasm
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word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing
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dead flesh; carcasses
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grant; award; give qualities or abilities to
aisle
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passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane; wing of a building
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waste time; flirt
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group that meets socially; an exclusive circle of people with common purpose
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simple hymns
alleviated
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made less severe
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obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for
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blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
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separate; consisting of unconnected distinct parts
allure
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unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine
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free of artificiality; natural; open and honest
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attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive
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hesitates
amortize
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pay off a debt in installments
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infallibility; inability to make mistakes
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word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing
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awkwardness
analogue
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officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division
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boastful person
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made worse
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1. something similar; 2. output proportional to input (engineering)
antipathy
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force with the thumb; make a groove in
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goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
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strong feeling of aversion; dislike
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discord; disagreeable sounds; harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds
apostrophe
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protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain
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marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail
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text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers
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intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
apposite
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1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
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strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited
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moral weakness; failing; weak point; slight fault
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1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
apprehension
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fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; act of seizing or capturing; understanding
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1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest
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creek; stream
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cutting; process causing leaves to fall off
approbation
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precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming
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bitterness of feeling; vexation
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expression of warm approval; praise
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slow person who falls behind others
arbitrator
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understandable; clear to the mind
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amazed; wide-eyed with enthusiasm
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someone chosen to judge and decide disputed issue; one having power to make authoritative decisions
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urgent situation; state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action
arboreal
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made less severe
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tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
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dullness
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made worse
arduous
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sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous
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demanding great effort or labor; difficult
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bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad
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architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
armada
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beauty; prettiness
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margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band
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causing; bringing into being
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a fleet of warships; a large group of moving things
arresting
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model type
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obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for
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attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive
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(a) attracting attention; striking
arson
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malicious burning of a dwelling house or outhouse of another man, which by the common law is felony
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1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest
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(a) attracting attention; striking
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free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
artless
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
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made less severe
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closure; terminating a debate by voting
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free of artificiality; natural; open and honest
asperity
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isolated
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sharpness of temper; roughness or harshness, as of surface, sound, or climate
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state of inactivity
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
assay
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chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
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intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
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analyze; evaluate; examine by trial or experiment; put to test
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rash; marked by unthinking boldness
atavism
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not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages
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made less severe
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protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain
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resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; deformity returning after passage of two or more generations
atonement
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simple hymns
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text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers
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hindering
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making amends for sin or crime
aver
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dabbling esp. in the arts
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sharpness of temper; roughness or harshness, as of surface, sound, or climate
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catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny
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declare to be true; affirm
balm
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make someone aware of an error in thinking
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model type
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something that relieves pain
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put clothing on one's body
barrage
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artificial obstruction; heavy curtain of artillery fire; rapid, concentrated discharge of missiles
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most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; central idea
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(a) attracting attention; striking
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1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
bent
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not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
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border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent
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determined to do or have
blowhard
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boastful person
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1. person enlisted compulsorily into the armed forces; 2. (v) to enlist compulsorily
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sudden downfall; complete disaster
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1. something similar; 2. output proportional to input (engineering)
brook
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lack of honesty or integrity
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creek; stream
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become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure
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hammer-like tool; small mallet used by a presiding officer or a judge
burlesque
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cunning; scheming
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give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously
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derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
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determined to do or have
cadge
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get by begging
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
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poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
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weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
calibrate
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mark an accurate scale on a device
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creek; stream
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disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
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give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade
cant
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
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speak without preparation or rehearsal
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architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
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unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)
caprices
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whimsies; fancies
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most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; central idea
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agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
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make watertight by filling in cracks
carrion
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sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous
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suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
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dead flesh; carcasses
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make holy; set apart for holy or religious use; consecrate; treat or keep as sacred
cataclysmic
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make holy; set apart for holy or religious use; consecrate; treat or keep as sacred
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open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead
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hindering
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violently disruptive
caulk
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dead flesh; carcasses
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act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors
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make watertight by filling in cracks
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determined to do or have
centrifuge
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beg persistently; ask for urgently or repeatedly; annoy
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device to separate substances by spinning them at high speed
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poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
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worn away; eroded
centurion
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officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division
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block legislation by making long speeches
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whimsies; fancies
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token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels
chantey
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type of song sung by sailors
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become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure
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inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
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art of preaching and giving sermons
chauvinist
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free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
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door post
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1. front elevation of building, 2. false appearance or demeanor
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person with prejudiced belief in superiority of own kind
chorales
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make watertight by filling in cracks
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closure; terminating a debate by voting
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simple hymns
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act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors
cloistered
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speak against; contradict; oppose in words; deny or declare not to be true
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isolated
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stubbornness; resistance
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1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest
cloture
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give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade
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weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
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open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead
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closure; terminating a debate by voting
coda
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blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
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door post
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be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
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piece of music at the end of a musical work; finale; final part of document
cognitive
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suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
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unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine
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knowing or perceiving; part of mental functions that deals with logic
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waste or impure matter; worthless, commonplace, or trivial matter
comeliness
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beauty; prettiness
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occupiers of a job or position
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art of preaching and giving sermons
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sociability; liking for crowds
commingle
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give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously
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mix
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dispute or contradict, often in insulting way; challenge
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maneuvering; struggling to get ahead of others
complaisance
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1. front elevation of building, 2. false appearance or demeanor
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sociability; liking for crowds
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art of preaching and giving sermons
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flexibility; willingness to please
compromised
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long burst of gunfire
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1. damaged or put in doubt (esp. of reputation); 2. reached an agreement by giving up part of a claim
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determined to do or have
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scolding
condescension
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act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors
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become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure
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understandable; clear to the mind
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agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
congruent
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cunning; scheming
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possessing congruity; suitable; agreeing; corresponding
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establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
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tirade; violent denunciation; stream of criticism
conniving
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cunning; scheming
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noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance
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slow person who falls behind others
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concerned with iron or its compounds
conscript
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having power command or control; critically importance; some duty that is essential and urgent
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infallibility; inability to make mistakes
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urgent situation; state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action
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1. person enlisted compulsorily into the armed forces; 2. (v) to enlist compulsorily
consternation
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intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
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tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
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cunning; scheming
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figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
contentious
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act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors
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plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
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waste time; flirt
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quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
cornucopia
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goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
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weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
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fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
Exercise
word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing
corroborate
Exercise
something that relieves pain
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
Exercise
determined to do or have
coterie
Exercise
isolated
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
Exercise
poverty
Exercise
group that meets socially; an exclusive circle of people with common purpose
curmudgeon
Exercise
ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions
Exercise
dabbling esp. in the arts
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
Exercise
discord; disagreeable sounds; harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds
daguerreotype
Exercise
forerunner of the photograph
Exercise
noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance
Exercise
make someone aware of an error in thinking
Exercise
speak or write at great length
dally
Exercise
waste time; flirt
Exercise
infallibility; inability to make mistakes
Exercise
give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade
Exercise
text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers
dawdler
Exercise
(a) attracting attention; striking
Exercise
unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)
Exercise
slow person who falls behind others
Exercise
kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)
debacle
Exercise
sudden downfall; complete disaster
Exercise
cut or chop with repeated blows; break up the surface of; gain access to computer illegally or without authorization
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
Exercise
put clothing on one's body
debilitating
Exercise
weakening
Exercise
worn away; eroded
Exercise
boastful person
Exercise
creek; stream
decimated
Exercise
maneuvering; struggling to get ahead of others
Exercise
1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
Exercise
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
Exercise
kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)
deferential
Exercise
resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; deformity returning after passage of two or more generations
Exercise
1. tool used to thresh grain; 2. to thresh (separate grain from chaff); 3. to wave arms about wildly
Exercise
showing deference; respectful and considerate
Exercise
try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to
deign
Exercise
hunt for; search; the act of searching for food
Exercise
mark an accurate scale on a device
Exercise
condescend to give or grant; esteem worthy; consider worth notice
Exercise
cunning; scheming
demur
Exercise
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
Exercise
moral weakness; failing; weak point; slight fault
Exercise
object because of doubts; hesitate
Exercise
margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band
denigrate
Exercise
unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)
Exercise
token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels
Exercise
(a) attracting attention; striking
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
derision
Exercise
mockery
Exercise
agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
concerned with iron or its compounds
descry
Exercise
catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny
Exercise
isolated
Exercise
inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
Exercise
forerunner of the photograph
desultory
Exercise
flexibility; willingness to please
Exercise
occupiers of a job or position
Exercise
margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
diatribe
Exercise
tirade; violent denunciation; stream of criticism
Exercise
offer strong objections; remonstrate
Exercise
thick rope or cable
Exercise
infallibility; inability to make mistakes
dilettantism
Exercise
thick rope or cable
Exercise
enter on a list; enroll; register; engage for military or naval service
Exercise
art of preaching and giving sermons
Exercise
dabbling esp. in the arts
disabuse
Exercise
make amends or pay the penalty for; relieve or cleanse of guilt
Exercise
make someone aware of an error in thinking
Exercise
take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard
Exercise
made up; false; manufactured
disarm
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
Exercise
dabbling esp. in the arts
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
discountenance
Exercise
block legislation by making long speeches
Exercise
encumbrance; nightmarish thing
Exercise
object because of doubts; hesitate
Exercise
disallow
discrete
Exercise
wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion
Exercise
become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure
Exercise
separate; consisting of unconnected distinct parts
Exercise
text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers
disingenuous
Exercise
shoulder decoration
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
Exercise
strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited
Exercise
possessing congruity; suitable; agreeing; corresponding
disinter
Exercise
dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice
Exercise
encumbrance; nightmarish thing
Exercise
strong feeling of aversion; dislike
Exercise
inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect
dissemble
Exercise
agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
Exercise
stubbornness; resistance
Exercise
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
Exercise
making amends for sin or crime
dissident
Exercise
border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent
Exercise
weakening
Exercise
disagreeing, especially with a majority; rebellious
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
dissonance
Exercise
discord; disagreeable sounds; harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds
Exercise
indicated a future event
Exercise
analyze; evaluate; examine by trial or experiment; put to test
Exercise
1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
divest
Exercise
dead flesh; carcasses
Exercise
power to produce desired effect
Exercise
wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion
Exercise
free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
doff
Exercise
type of song sung by sailors
Exercise
government by the aged
Exercise
take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard
Exercise
marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail
don
Exercise
weakening
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
Exercise
put clothing on one's body
Exercise
figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
dormancy
Exercise
swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current
Exercise
noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance
Exercise
disagreeing, especially with a majority; rebellious
Exercise
state of inactivity
dote
Exercise
power to produce desired effect
Exercise
be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
Exercise
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
Exercise
attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive
drabness
Exercise
dullness
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
Exercise
creek; stream
Exercise
1. front elevation of building, 2. false appearance or demeanor
dross
Exercise
waste or impure matter; worthless, commonplace, or trivial matter
Exercise
analyze; evaluate; examine by trial or experiment; put to test
Exercise
likely to fail or be inaccurate
Exercise
free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
duplicity
Exercise
make watertight by filling in cracks
Exercise
take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard
Exercise
long burst of gunfire
Exercise
double-dealing; deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; acting in bad faith.
eddy
Exercise
thick rope or cable
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
state of inactivity
Exercise
swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current
efficacy
Exercise
power to produce desired effect
Exercise
strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited
Exercise
tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
Exercise
government by the aged
elaborate
Exercise
dead flesh; carcasses
Exercise
marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail
Exercise
passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane; wing of a building
Exercise
make someone aware of an error in thinking
elegy
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
Exercise
give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously
Exercise
1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
emboss
Exercise
extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
Exercise
closure; terminating a debate by voting
Exercise
mold or carve in relief; decorate with or as if with a raised design
Exercise
border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent
emollient
Exercise
whimsies; fancies
Exercise
evenness; uniformity
Exercise
determined to do or have
Exercise
having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
empirical
Exercise
making amends for sin or crime
Exercise
not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages
Exercise
occupiers of a job or position
Exercise
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
endow
Exercise
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
Exercise
1. tool used to thresh grain; 2. to thresh (separate grain from chaff); 3. to wave arms about wildly
Exercise
grant; award; give qualities or abilities to
Exercise
margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band
enervate
Exercise
double-dealing; deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; acting in bad faith.
Exercise
flexibility; willingness to please
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
engendering
Exercise
causing; bringing into being
Exercise
violently disruptive
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
Exercise
rash; marked by unthinking boldness
enigmatic
Exercise
disguise or conceal behind a false appearance; make a false show of
Exercise
obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for
Exercise
enter on a list; enroll; register; engage for military or naval service
Exercise
free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
enlist
Exercise
enter on a list; enroll; register; engage for military or naval service
Exercise
without hap or luck; luckless; unfortunate; unlucky; unhappy
Exercise
agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
Exercise
not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague
epaulet
Exercise
scolding
Exercise
expression of warm approval; praise
Exercise
shoulder decoration
Exercise
put clothing on one's body
epigram
Exercise
mix
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
Exercise
sudden downfall; complete disaster
Exercise
witty thought or saying, usually short; short, witty poem expressing a single thought or observation
epithet
Exercise
word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing
Exercise
malicious burning of a dwelling house or outhouse of another man, which by the common law is felony
Exercise
giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
Exercise
art of preaching and giving sermons
equivocal
Exercise
door post
Exercise
unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)
Exercise
encumbrance; nightmarish thing
Exercise
open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead
errant
Exercise
kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)
Exercise
wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion
Exercise
swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current
Exercise
showing deference; respectful and considerate
erudition
Exercise
learning; scholarly knowledge
Exercise
likely to fail or be inaccurate
Exercise
sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous
Exercise
made worse
eschew
Exercise
avoid; refuse to use or participate in; stand aloof from
Exercise
lack of honesty or integrity
Exercise
become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure
Exercise
1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
esoterica
Exercise
door post
Exercise
obscure details
Exercise
piece of music at the end of a musical work; finale; final part of document
Exercise
likely to fail or be inaccurate
evanescent
Exercise
group that meets socially; an exclusive circle of people with common purpose
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
Exercise
margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band
Exercise
shoulder decoration
exacerbated
Exercise
suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
Exercise
made worse
Exercise
rash; marked by unthinking boldness
Exercise
tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
exact
Exercise
precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming
Exercise
shoulder decoration
Exercise
state of inactivity
Exercise
suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
exemplar
Exercise
model type
Exercise
precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming
Exercise
hindering
Exercise
flexibility; willingness to please
exigency
Exercise
urgent situation; state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action
Exercise
unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)
Exercise
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
Exercise
not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages
expatiate
Exercise
1. damaged or put in doubt (esp. of reputation); 2. reached an agreement by giving up part of a claim
Exercise
speak or write at great length
Exercise
poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem
Exercise
whimsical; following a fashion
expiate
Exercise
make amends or pay the penalty for; relieve or cleanse of guilt
Exercise
1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest
Exercise
speak against; contradict; oppose in words; deny or declare not to be true
Exercise
protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain
expostulate
Exercise
dispute or contradict, often in insulting way; challenge
Exercise
suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
Exercise
encumbrance; nightmarish thing
Exercise
offer strong objections; remonstrate
extemporize
Exercise
mark an accurate scale on a device
Exercise
make watertight by filling in cracks
Exercise
speak without preparation or rehearsal
Exercise
bitterness of feeling; vexation
fabricated
Exercise
someone chosen to judge and decide disputed issue; one having power to make authoritative decisions
Exercise
unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
Exercise
made up; false; manufactured
façade
Exercise
strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited
Exercise
1. front elevation of building, 2. false appearance or demeanor
Exercise
get by begging
Exercise
learning; scholarly knowledge
facetious
Exercise
beg persistently; ask for urgently or repeatedly; annoy
Exercise
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Exercise
tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
Exercise
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
faddish
Exercise
officer of ancient Roman army, in command of a century of soldiers or minor division
Exercise
token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels
Exercise
whimsical; following a fashion
Exercise
tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
fallacy
Exercise
sociability; liking for crowds
Exercise
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
Exercise
piece of music at the end of a musical work; finale; final part of document
Exercise
deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
fallible
Exercise
infallibility; inability to make mistakes
Exercise
bitterness of feeling; vexation
Exercise
likely to fail or be inaccurate
Exercise
showing deference; respectful and considerate
fallow
Exercise
shoulder decoration
Exercise
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
Exercise
act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
falters
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
Exercise
agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
hesitates
fawn
Exercise
young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal
Exercise
simple hymns
Exercise
1. something similar; 2. output proportional to input (engineering)
Exercise
having power command or control; critically importance; some duty that is essential and urgent
ferrous
Exercise
concerned with iron or its compounds
Exercise
hindering
Exercise
chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
Exercise
act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors
fervent
Exercise
model type
Exercise
extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
Exercise
1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
Exercise
1. person enlisted compulsorily into the armed forces; 2. (v) to enlist compulsorily
fervid
Exercise
1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
Exercise
chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
Exercise
extremely hot; eager; impassioned; burning
Exercise
infallibility; inability to make mistakes
figurehead
Exercise
witty thought or saying, usually short; short, witty poem expressing a single thought or observation
Exercise
someone chosen to judge and decide disputed issue; one having power to make authoritative decisions
Exercise
token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels
Exercise
boastful person
filibuster
Exercise
making amends for sin or crime
Exercise
disallow
Exercise
mix
Exercise
block legislation by making long speeches
flag
Exercise
making amends for sin or crime
Exercise
quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy
Exercise
intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
Exercise
become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure
flail
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
Exercise
strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited
Exercise
1. tool used to thresh grain; 2. to thresh (separate grain from chaff); 3. to wave arms about wildly
Exercise
passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane; wing of a building
fledge
Exercise
waste or impure matter; worthless, commonplace, or trivial matter
Exercise
1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest
Exercise
avoid; refuse to use or participate in; stand aloof from
Exercise
power to produce desired effect
foible
Exercise
understandable; clear to the mind
Exercise
moral weakness; failing; weak point; slight fault
Exercise
cunning; scheming
Exercise
tolerant
foment
Exercise
discord; disagreeable sounds; harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds
Exercise
chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
Exercise
fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; act of seizing or capturing; understanding
Exercise
try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to
foolhardy
Exercise
made up; false; manufactured
Exercise
precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming
Exercise
maneuvering; struggling to get ahead of others
Exercise
rash; marked by unthinking boldness
forage
Exercise
joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
Exercise
condescend to give or grant; esteem worthy; consider worth notice
Exercise
hunt for; search; the act of searching for food
Exercise
thick rope or cable
forbearing
Exercise
word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing
Exercise
bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad
Exercise
long burst of gunfire
Exercise
tolerant
foreshadowed
Exercise
make holy; set apart for holy or religious use; consecrate; treat or keep as sacred
Exercise
architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
Exercise
causing; bringing into being
Exercise
indicated a future event
fracas
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance
Exercise
swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current
Exercise
unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine
frieze
Exercise
architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
Exercise
declare to be true; affirm
Exercise
1. damaged or put in doubt (esp. of reputation); 2. reached an agreement by giving up part of a claim
Exercise
try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to
fringe
Exercise
improper act; improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing
Exercise
expression of warm approval; praise
Exercise
object because of doubts; hesitate
Exercise
margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band
fulminate
Exercise
waste or impure matter; worthless, commonplace, or trivial matter
Exercise
wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion
Exercise
1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
Exercise
give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade
fusillade
Exercise
long burst of gunfire
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
Exercise
beauty; prettiness
Exercise
demanding great effort or labor; difficult
gainsay
Exercise
speak against; contradict; oppose in words; deny or declare not to be true
Exercise
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
Exercise
something that relieves pain
Exercise
cunning; scheming
gall
Exercise
slow person who falls behind others
Exercise
pay off a debt in installments
Exercise
type of song sung by sailors
Exercise
bitterness of feeling; vexation
gambit
Exercise
chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
Exercise
rash; marked by unthinking boldness
Exercise
separate; consisting of unconnected distinct parts
Exercise
long burst of gunfire
gaucherie
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
Exercise
1. something similar; 2. output proportional to input (engineering)
Exercise
poor; experiencing want or need; impoverished
Exercise
awkwardness
gavel
Exercise
hammer-like tool; small mallet used by a presiding officer or a judge
Exercise
closure; terminating a debate by voting
Exercise
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
Exercise
infallibility; inability to make mistakes
gerontocracy
Exercise
blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade
Exercise
demanding great effort or labor; difficult
Exercise
causing; bringing into being
Exercise
government by the aged
gist
Exercise
most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; central idea
Exercise
poverty
Exercise
noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance
Exercise
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
gossamer
Exercise
dig up; unearth; dig up or remove from grave or tomb; bring to public notice
Exercise
sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous
Exercise
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated
Exercise
causing; bringing into being
gouge
Exercise
force with the thumb; make a groove in
Exercise
give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously
Exercise
mockery
Exercise
weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve
gregariousness
Exercise
strong feeling of aversion; dislike
Exercise
sociability; liking for crowds
Exercise
slow person who falls behind others
Exercise
without hap or luck; luckless; unfortunate; unlucky; unhappy
hack
Exercise
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
Exercise
offer strong objections; remonstrate
Exercise
double-dealing; deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; acting in bad faith.
Exercise
cut or chop with repeated blows; break up the surface of; gain access to computer illegally or without authorization
hallow
Exercise
kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)
Exercise
dispute or contradict, often in insulting way; challenge
Exercise
be excessively fond of; show signs of mental decline
Exercise
make holy; set apart for holy or religious use; consecrate; treat or keep as sacred
hapless
Exercise
moral weakness; failing; weak point; slight fault
Exercise
swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current
Exercise
without hap or luck; luckless; unfortunate; unlucky; unhappy
Exercise
made up; false; manufactured
hawser
Exercise
thick rope or cable
Exercise
take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard
Exercise
quality of being difficult to comprehend
Exercise
simple hymns
hegemony
Exercise
text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers
Exercise
understandable; clear to the mind
Exercise
put clothing on one's body
Exercise
domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
heterodox
Exercise
protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain
Exercise
dead flesh; carcasses
Exercise
kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)
Exercise
unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine
homiletics
Exercise
government by the aged
Exercise
tirade; violent denunciation; stream of criticism
Exercise
art of preaching and giving sermons
Exercise
boastful person
homogeneity
Exercise
learning; scholarly knowledge
Exercise
determined to do or have
Exercise
violently disruptive
Exercise
evenness; uniformity
hyperbole
Exercise
long burst of gunfire
Exercise
chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
Exercise
sharpness of temper; roughness or harshness, as of surface, sound, or climate
Exercise
figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement
impeding
Exercise
lack of honesty or integrity
Exercise
give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade
Exercise
hindering
Exercise
token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels
imperative
Exercise
shoulder decoration
Exercise
having power command or control; critically importance; some duty that is essential and urgent
Exercise
fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor
Exercise
dullness
importune
Exercise
beg persistently; ask for urgently or repeatedly; annoy
Exercise
hammer-like tool; small mallet used by a presiding officer or a judge
Exercise
likely to fail or be inaccurate
Exercise
goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
improbity
Exercise
rash; marked by unthinking boldness
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urgent situation; state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action
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lack of honesty or integrity
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infallibility; inability to make mistakes
impropriety
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giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
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concerned with iron or its compounds
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improper act; improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing
impugn
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device to separate substances by spinning them at high speed
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dispute or contradict, often in insulting way; challenge
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domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
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double-dealing; deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; acting in bad faith.
incubus
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slow person who falls behind others
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unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine
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encumbrance; nightmarish thing
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intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror
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aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
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occupiers of a job or position
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deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception
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strong feeling of aversion; dislike
indecorous
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without hap or luck; luckless; unfortunate; unlucky; unhappy
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witty thought or saying, usually short; short, witty poem expressing a single thought or observation
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having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin
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unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)
indicted
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accused (of crime)
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improper act; improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing
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flexibility; willingness to please
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take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard
indigence
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poverty
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domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others
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mix
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hunt for; search; the act of searching for food
indigent
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free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
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bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad
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poor; experiencing want or need; impoverished
inefficacious
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joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
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not effective; unable to produce a desired result
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architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
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1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
inerrancy
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infallibility; inability to make mistakes
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free of; rid; remove all of one's clothing
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bitterness of feeling; vexation
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derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
inscrutability
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waste time; flirt
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1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest
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1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily
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quality of being difficult to comprehend
intangible
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not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague
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condescend to give or grant; esteem worthy; consider worth notice
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occupiers of a job or position
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extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt
intelligible
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precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming
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most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; central idea
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understandable; clear to the mind
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creek; stream
intemperate
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not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages
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knowing or perceiving; part of mental functions that deals with logic
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beg persistently; ask for urgently or repeatedly; annoy
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causing; bringing into being
intractability
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indicated a future event
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not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages
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poor; experiencing want or need; impoverished
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stubbornness; resistance
ironclad
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joking ,often inappropriately; humorous
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protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain
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amazed; wide-eyed with enthusiasm
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establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence
jamb
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possessing congruity; suitable; agreeing; corresponding
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amazed; wide-eyed with enthusiasm
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speak or write at great length
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door post
jibe
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noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance
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1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side
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agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage jibe means mock)
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marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail
jockeying
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giving a false appearance of frankness; not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
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maneuvering; struggling to get ahead of others
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chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position
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noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance

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 suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension


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 worn away; eroded


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 scratch; friction


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 cutting; process causing leaves to fall off


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 border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent


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 bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad


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 disciple; follower or attendant


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 scolding


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 give hint or indication of something; disclose partially or guardedly; overshadow; shade


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 amazed; wide-eyed with enthusiasm


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 passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane; wing of a building


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 made less severe


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 attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive


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 pay off a debt in installments


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 1. something similar; 2. output proportional to input (engineering)


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 strong feeling of aversion; dislike


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 text character used to mark the possessive or to show the omission of letters or numbers


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 strikingly appropriate and relevant; well-suited


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 fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; act of seizing or capturing; understanding


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 expression of warm approval; praise


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 someone chosen to judge and decide disputed issue; one having power to make authoritative decisions


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 tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees


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 demanding great effort or labor; difficult


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 a fleet of warships; a large group of moving things


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 (a) attracting attention; striking


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 malicious burning of a dwelling house or outhouse of another man, which by the common law is felony


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 free of artificiality; natural; open and honest


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 resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; deformity returning after passage of two or more generations


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 making amends for sin or crime


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 declare to be true; affirm


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 something that relieves pain


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


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 determined to do or have


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 boastful person


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 creek; stream


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 give an imitation that ridicules; imitate mockingly or humorously


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 get by begging


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 mark an accurate scale on a device


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


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 whimsies; fancies


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 dead flesh; carcasses


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 violently disruptive


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 make watertight by filling in cracks


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 device to separate substances by spinning them at high speed


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


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 type of song sung by sailors


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 person with prejudiced belief in superiority of own kind


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 simple hymns


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 isolated


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 closure; terminating a debate by voting


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 piece of music at the end of a musical work; finale; final part of document


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 knowing or perceiving; part of mental functions that deals with logic


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 beauty; prettiness


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 mix


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 flexibility; willingness to please


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 1. damaged or put in doubt (esp. of reputation); 2. reached an agreement by giving up part of a claim


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 act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors


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 possessing congruity; suitable; agreeing; corresponding


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 cunning; scheming


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 1. person enlisted compulsorily into the armed forces; 2. (v) to enlist compulsorily


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 intense state of fear or dismay; astonishment combined with terror


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 quarrelsome; disagreeable; marked by heated arguments or controversy


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


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


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 group that meets socially; an exclusive circle of people with common purpose


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 ill-tempered person full of stubborn ideas or opinions


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 forerunner of the photograph


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 waste time; flirt


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 slow person who falls behind others


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 sudden downfall; complete disaster


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 weakening


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 kill or destroy a large part of (originally one tenth)


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 showing deference; respectful and considerate


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 object because of doubts; hesitate


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 blacken; defame; attack reputation of; degrade


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 catch sight of; discover by careful observation or scrutiny


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 aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject


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 tirade; violent denunciation; stream of criticism


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 dabbling esp. in the arts


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 make someone aware of an error in thinking


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 1. take away weapons; 2. win over to one’s side


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 disallow


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 separate; consisting of unconnected distinct parts


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


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


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


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 disagreeing, especially with a majority; rebellious


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 discord; disagreeable sounds; harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds


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


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 take off; remove; tip or remove one's hat in salutation; put aside; discard


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 put clothing on one's body


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 state of inactivity


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 dullness


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 waste or impure matter; worthless, commonplace, or trivial matter


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 double-dealing; deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; acting in bad faith.


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 swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current


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 power to produce desired effect


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 marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail


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 poem or song expressing lamentation; mournful poem


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 mold or carve in relief; decorate with or as if with a raised design


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 having softening or soothing effect, especially to skin


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 derived from experiment and observation rather than theory


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 grant; award; give qualities or abilities to


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 weaken or destroy strength or vitality of; remove a nerve or part of a nerve


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 causing; bringing into being


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 obscure; puzzling; not easily explained or accounted for


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 enter on a list; enroll; register; engage for military or naval service


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 shoulder decoration


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 witty thought or saying, usually short; short, witty poem expressing a single thought or observation


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 open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead


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 wandering; deviating from an appointed course, or from a direct path; roving; irregular in motion


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 learning; scholarly knowledge


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 avoid; refuse to use or participate in; stand aloof from


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 obscure details


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 fleeting; vanishing or likely to vanish like vapor


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 made worse


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 precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming


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 model type


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 urgent situation; state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action


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 speak or write at great length


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 make amends or pay the penalty for; relieve or cleanse of guilt


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 offer strong objections; remonstrate


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 speak without preparation or rehearsal


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 made up; false; manufactured


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 joking ,often inappropriately; humorous


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 whimsical; following a fashion


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 deceptive or false appearance; false notion; deception


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 likely to fail or be inaccurate


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 plowed but left unseeded during a growing season; uncultivated


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 hesitates


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 young deer; buck or doe of the first year; young of an animal


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 concerned with iron or its compounds


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 extremely hot; sincerely or intensely felt


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 token; figure on the bow of some sailing vessels


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 block legislation by making long speeches


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 become less intense; sink, or settle from pressure


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 1. tool used to thresh grain; 2. to thresh (separate grain from chaff); 3. to wave arms about wildly


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 1. grow feathers; 2. leave nest


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 moral weakness; failing; weak point; slight fault


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 try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to


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 rash; marked by unthinking boldness


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 hunt for; search; the act of searching for food


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 tolerant


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 indicated a future event


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 noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance


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 architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice; heavy woolen fabric with a long nap


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 margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band


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 1. attack loudly in words; denounce thunderously; 2. explode noisily


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 long burst of gunfire


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 speak against; contradict; oppose in words; deny or declare not to be true


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 bitterness of feeling; vexation


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 chess move in which player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain advantageous position


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 awkwardness


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 hammer-like tool; small mallet used by a presiding officer or a judge


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 government by the aged


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 most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; central idea


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 sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous


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 force with the thumb; make a groove in


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 sociability; liking for crowds


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 cut or chop with repeated blows; break up the surface of; gain access to computer illegally or without authorization


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 make holy; set apart for holy or religious use; consecrate; treat or keep as sacred


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 without hap or luck; luckless; unfortunate; unlucky; unhappy


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 thick rope or cable


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 domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by political group or nation over others


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 unorthodox; unconventional; not in agreement with accepted beliefs, especially in church doctrine


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 art of preaching and giving sermons


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 evenness; uniformity


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 figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis; overstatement


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 hindering


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 having power command or control; critically importance; some duty that is essential and urgent


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 beg persistently; ask for urgently or repeatedly; annoy


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 lack of honesty or integrity


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 improper act; improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing


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 dispute or contradict, often in insulting way; challenge


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 encumbrance; nightmarish thing


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 occupiers of a job or position


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 unseemly; inappropriate (of behavior)


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 accused (of crime)


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 poverty


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 poor; experiencing want or need; impoverished


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 not effective; unable to produce a desired result


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 infallibility; inability to make mistakes


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 quality of being difficult to comprehend


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 not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague


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 understandable; clear to the mind


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 not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in use of alcoholic beverages


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 stubbornness; resistance


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 protected or covered with iron, as a vessel for naval warfare; rigid; solid or certain


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 door post


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 agree with; complement; match up with (in british usage [___] means mock)


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 maneuvering; struggling to get ahead of others


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