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s collected	composed; calm; self-possessed
s linger loiter or dawdle; be slow in leaving; delay going; continue
s consternation great shock; dismay
vigor active strength; energy; enthusiasm; ADJ. vigorous
n lode metal-bearing vein(long deposit of an ore)
s smudge dirty mark with unclear edges made by rubbing; V.
prone inclined to; likely to (suffer); prostrate; lying with the front downward; Ex. prone to disease/make
besiege surround with armed forces; harass (with request
s mason one who builds or works with stone or brick; N. masonry: work of a mason; stonework or brickwork
wizardry sorcery; magic
n viand food; CF. live
s clipper sailing vessel built for great speed
platonic purely spiritual; theoretical; without sensual desire
illusory illusive; deceptive; not real
s sift put through a sieve to separate fine from coarse particles; sort or examine carefully
expedite hasten; make go faster
denounce condemn; crit
n moratorium legal delay of payment or action; Ex. declare moratorium on the building of new houses
quaint odd in an old-fashioned way; odd; old-fashioned; picturesque
enmity ill will; hatred; hostility
incommodious not spacious; inconvenient
n talon claw of bird
n drone idle person who lives on other people's work; male bee
n touchy oversensitive; easily offended; irasible; delicate; needing delicate handling
cov
s kneel go down on one's knee(s)
anthropologist student of the history and science of humankind
centripetal tending toward the center
facilitate help bring abou
saturate soak thoroughly; imbue; impregnate; charge; fill to capacity
s miniature small model; small painting
n squalor condition of being squalid; filth; degradation;
n smolder smoulder; burn slowly without flame; be liable to break out at any moment; exist in a suppressed state; Ex.
n qu
n serrated having a sawtoothe
s glitter shine brightly with flashing points of l
unfrock defrock; strip a priest or minister of church authority
maternal motherly; N. maternity: motherhood
n inerrancy infallibility
n rampant growing or spreading uncontrollably; growing in profusion; unrestrained;
n manifestation outward demonstration; manifesting; indication of the presence of something;
imperial like an emperor; related to an empire; CF. imperialism
coercion use of force to get someone to object; compelling; V. coerce
disparate basically different; impossible to compare; unrelated
symmetry arra
cite quote; commend; Ex. cited for bravery in an official record
n matrix point of origin; array of numbers or algebraic symbols; mo
catharsis purging or cleansing of any passage of th
indiscriminate in the choice of sexual partners; irregular, particularly sexually; Ex. promiscuous life/girl; N. promiscuit
n evasive not frank; trying to hide the truth; eluding; evading; V.
grandiloquent (of a person or speech) using high sounding or im
cryptic mysterious; hidden; secret
s fiend evil spirit; devil
n pert (esp. of a girl or young woman) impertinent; forward; trim; jaunty; Ex. pert young
n catholic (of likings and interests) universal; general; broad; including many different parts; wide
tisfaction; look at or think about with evil satisfaction; view malevolently; Ex. The thief gloated over the stolen jewels.
sporadic occurring irregularly; intermittent
n concerted mutually agreed on; done toget
n knell tolling of a bell especially to indicate a
n vise vice; tool for holding work in place; clamping device
n bristling rising like bristles; showing irritation
aversion firm dislike
seclusion isolation; solitude; V. seclude: set apart from others; isol
n sherbet flavored dessert ice
tempo speed of music
n dinghy small boat (often ship's boat)
requiem mass for the dead; dirge
n incorporeal without a material body; insubstantial
profound deep; not superficial; complete; Ex. profound thinker/remark/silence/deafness; N.
n low moo; make the sound of a cow
anachronism an error involving time in a story; something or so
s consonant harmonious; in agreement; N.
n plagiarize steal another's ideas or writings and pass them off as one's own; Ex. ideas plagiarized from
s ego one's opinio
n badinage teasing conversation; ban
saline salty
n septic of or causing sepsis; putrid; producing putrefaction; N. sepsis: poisoning of part
covert secret; hidden; implied; OP. overt
hat keeps parties in communication; communication between groups; one that maintains communication; go-between; secret love
compatible harmonious; in harmony with; able to exist together
multiplicity state of being numerous or multiple; large number; Ex. multiplicity of details; ADJ. multiple: of more than o
n prosody art of versification; study of the metrical structure of
n flout reject; mock; show contempt for; scorn; Ex. flout the rules
n dulcet sweet
s plane carpenter's tool for smoothing and leveling wood; V. CF. flat
n raucous (of voice) harsh and unpleasant; (of people) disorderly and boisterous; Ex. raucous shouts
clairvoyant having foresight; fortuneteller; N. clairvoyance
zenith point directly overhead in the sky; summit; acme; highest point
embroider decorate with needlework; ornament (a story) with fancy or fictitious details; embellish
s dissension disagreement of opinions causing strife within a group
viscous (of a liquid) thick and sticky; gluey; viscid; CF. consistency
fundamental basic;
il satisfaction; look at or think about with evil satisfaction; view malevolently; Ex. The thief gloated over the stolen je
s rivet metal pin used for fastening metal plates together; V: fasten with a rivet; engro
devise think up; invent; plan; bequeath; N: bequest
n exasperate vex; annoy or make angry (by testing the patience)
antecede precede
adhere stick fast; be a devotd follower; N. adhesion: adhering; devotion; loyality
repertoire list of works of music, drama, etc., a performer


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