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3000 Essential Words for Taking GRE
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Word ABASE ABASH ABDICATE ABERRATION ABETTOR ABEYANCE

Type Verb Verb Verb Noun Noun Noun Lower; humiliate; belittle embarrass renounce; give up officially

Meaning

wandering or staying away; in optics, failure of rays to focus encourager suspended action; the condition of not being in use for a certain

time ABHOR ABJURE ABLUTION ABNEGATION ABOMINATE ABORIGINAL ABORTIVE ABRADE ABROGATE ABSCOND ABSOLVE ABSTEMIOUS ABSTINENCE ABSTRUSE ABUT ABYSMAL ABYSS ACCEDE ACCLIMATE ACCLIVITY ACCOLADE ACCOST ACCOUTER ACCRETION A CEPHALOUS ACERBITY ACETIC ACIDULOUS ACKNOWLEDGE ACME ACOUSTICS ACQUIESCENCE Verb Verb Noun Noun Verb Noun Adjective Verb Verb Verb Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Verb Verb Noun Noun Verb Verb Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun detest; hate very much renounce; make a solemn promise, esp. publicly, to give up (opinion, claim,…) the washing of the hands or body as part of a religious ceremony; the act of washing oneself repudiation; self-sacrifice loathe; hate very much; abhor being the first of its kind in a region; indigenous unsuccessful; fruitless wear away by friction; erode abolish depart secretly and hide declare free ( from sin, guilt, a promise, duty) moderate; sparing in food, drink, etc. restrain from eating or drinking; abstain V. profound; difficult to understand border upon; adjoin bottomless a deep space that cannot be measured; a bottomless gulf; hell agree adjust to climate sharp upward slope award of merit approach and speak to a person first equip; accoutrements N. increase by organic addition or growth headless bitterness of speech and temper vinegary, the acid contained in vinegar sharp; harsh; sour; caustic recognize; admit highest point; pinnacle physical properties of sound; quality that makes a room easy or hard to hear in submission; compliance

ACQUIESCENT ACQUITTAL ACRID ACRIMONIOUS ACTUARIAL ACTUATE ACUMEN ADAGE ADAMANT ADAPT ADDLE ADDUCE ADEPT ADHERE ADIPOSE ADJUNCT ADJURATION ADJURE ADMONISH ADMONITION ADULTERATED ADVENT ADVERSARY ADVERT AEGIS A EON AFFABLE AFFERENT AFFIDAVIT AFFLATUS AGENDA AGGRAVATE AGILITY AGITATE AGITATION

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accepting passively a setting free from a charge sharp; bitterly pungent stinging; caustic calculating; pertaining to insurance statistics cause to act mental keenness wise saying; proverb hard; inflexible alter; modify rotten; muddled; crazy present as evidence expert at stick firmly to fatty something attached to but holding an inferior position solemn urging; formal oath; supplication; an earnest appeal request solemnly to warn gently; to caution; to urge strongly warning made impure or spoiled by the addition of inferior materials arrival opponent refer to shield; defense long period of time; an age courteous carrying toward the center written statement made under oath inspiration items of business at a meeting to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate nimbleness stir up; disturb strong feeling; excitement

AGNOSTIC AGRARIAN AGRONOMIST AILMENT ALACRITY ALBEIT ALCHEMY ALIAS ALIENATE ALIMENTARY ALIMONY ALLAY ALLEGE ALLEGORY ALLEVIATE ALLITERATION ALLOCATE ALLOY ALLUDE ALLUSION ALLUVIAL ALOOF ALTERCATION ALTRUISM AMALGAMATE AMASS AMAZON AMBIVALENCE AMBLE AMBROSIA AMBULATORY AMELIORATE AMENABLE AMEND

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one who is skeptical of the existence of a god or any ultimate reality pertaining to land or its cultivation scientist engaged in the management of land a mild illness or injury, especially a persistent one cheerful promptness medieval chemistry an assumed name make hostile; separate supplying nourishment payment by a husband to his divorced wife calm; pacify state without proof story in which characters are used as symbols; fable to lighten or lessen; to relieve repetition of beginning sound in poetry assign a mixture as of metals refer indirectly indirect reference pertaining to soil deposits left by rivers, etc. apart; reserved wordy quarrel unselfish aid to others; generosity combine; unite in one body collect female warrior the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes moving at an easy pace food of the gods able to walk improve readily managed; willing to be led improve or correct something; revise legislation; behave better

Conjunction although

AMENITIES AMICABLE AMNESIA AMNESTY AMORAL AMORPHOUS AMORTIZATION AMPHIBIAN AMPHITHEATER AMPLE AMPLIFY AMPUTATE AMUCK AMULET ANACHRONISM ANALGESIC ANALOGOUS ANALOGY ANARCHY ANATHEMA ANCILLARY ANDIRONS ANEMIA ANESTHETIC

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agreeable manners; courtesies friendly loss of memory pardon non moral shapeless act of reducing a debt through partial payments able to live both on land and in water oval building with tiers of seats abundant enlarge cut off part of body; prune in a state of rage charm; talisman an error involving time in a story causing insensitivity to pain comparable similarity; parallelism absence of governing body; state of disorder solemn curse serving as an aid or accessory; auxiliary metal supports in a fireplace for cooking utensils or logs condition in which blood lacks red corpuscles substance that removes sensation with or without loss of consciousness critical remark lively active enmity hostile feeling or intent records; history reduce brittleness and improve toughness by heating and cooling destroy comment; make explanatory notes yearly allowance make void

ANIMADVERSION Noun ANIMATED ANIMOSITY ANIMUS ANNALS ANNEAL ANNIHILATE ANNOTATE ANNUITY ANNUL Adjective Noun Noun Noun Verb Verb Verb Noun Verb

ANODYNE ANOMALOUS ANOMALY ANONYMOUS ANTAGONISM ANTEDILUVIAN ANTHROPOID ANTHROPOLOGI ST ANTHROPOMOR PHIC ANTICLIMAX ANTIPATHY ANTISEPTIC ANTITHESIS APATHETIC APERTURE APEX APHASIA APHORISM APIARY APLOMB APOCALYPTIC APOCRYPHAL APOGEE APOLOGUE APOSTATE APOTHECARY APOTHEGM APOTHEOSIS APPARITION APPEASE APPELLATION APPEND APPOSITE APPRAISE

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drug that relieves pain; opiate abnormal; irregular irregularity having no name active resistance antiquated; ancient manlike a student of the history and science of mankind having human form or characteristics letdown in thought or emotion strong dislike; opposition to; hatred; an intense negative feeling substance that prevents infection contrast; direct opposite of or to indifferent opening; hole tip; summit; climax loss of speech due to injury pithy maxim a place where bees are kept poise prophetic; pertaining to revelations not genuine; sham highest point moral fable one who abandons his religious faith or ill beliefs druggist pithy, compact saying deification; glorification ghost; phantom pacify; soothe name; title attach appropriate; fitting estimate value of

APPREHEND APPREHENSIVE APPRISE

Verb Adjective Verb

arrest a criminal; dread; perceive fearful; discerning inform subordinate possessions with reference to; properly fitness; talent curved, hooked fit for plowing a person with power to decide a dispute; judge fixed or decided; despotic a covered passageway, usually lined with shops study of artifacts and relics of early mankind antiquated prototype; primitive pattern group of closely located islands public records; place where public records are kept heat; passion; zeal hard; strenuous slang fragrant charge in court; indict thorough; complete; unmitigated haughtiness feeling or showing proud self-importance and contempt or disregard for others claim without reasonable grounds gully products of primitive culture deception; trickery manually skilled worker Find out for certain practicing self-denial; austere doctrine of self-denial refer; attribute; assign preventing putrefaction or blood poisoning by killing bacteria

APPURTENANCE Noun S APROPOS APTITUDE AQUILINE ARABLE ARBITER ARBITRARY ARCADE ARCHAEOLOGY ARCHAIC ARCHETYPE ARCHIPELAGO ARCHIVES ARDOR ARDUOUS ARGOT AROMATIC ARRAIGN ARRANT ARROGANCE ARROGANT ARROGATE ARROYO ARTIFACTS ARTIFICE ARTISAN ASCERTAIN ASCETIC ASCETICISM ASCRIBE ASEPTIC Preposition Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Verb Adjective Noun Verb Adjective

ASHEN ASININE ASKANCE ASKEW ASPERITY ASPERSION ASPIRANT ASPIRATION ASSAIL ASSAY ASSEVERATE ASSIDUOUS ASSIMILATE ASSUAGE ASTEROID ASTIGMATISM ASTRAL ASTRINGENT ASTRONOMICAL ASTUTE ATAVISM ATELIER ATHEISTIC ATHWART ATROCITY ATROPHY ATTENUATE ATTEST ATTRIBUTE ATTRITION ATYPICAL AUDACITY AUDIT AUGMENT AUGURY

Adjective Adjective Adverb Adverb Noun Noun Noun Noun Verb Verb Verb Adjective Verb Verb Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Preposition Noun Noun Verb Verb Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Verb Noun

ash-colored stupid with a sideways or indirect look crookedly; slanted; at an angle sharpness (of temper) slanderous remark seeker after position or status noble ambition assault analyze; evaluate make a positive statement or solemn action diligent absorb; cause to become homogeneous ease; lessen (pain) small planet eye defect which prevents proper focus relating to the stars binding; causing contraction enormously large or extensive wise; shrewd resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; deformity returning after passage of two or more generations workshop; studio denying the existence of God across; in opposition brutal deed wasting away make thin; weaken testify, bear witness essential quality gradual wearing down not normal boldness examination of accounts increase omen; prophecy

AUREOLE AURORAL AUSCULTATION AUSPICIOUS AUSTERE AUSTERITY AUTHENTICATE AUTOCRAT AUTOMATON AUTONOMOUS AUTOPSY AUXILIARY AVARICE AVATAR AVER AVERSE AVID AVOCATION AVOUCH AVOW AVUNCULAR AWE AWRY AXIOM AZURE BABBLE BACCHANAL BACCHANALIAN BADGER BAFFLE BALEFUL BALK BALM

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sun's corona; halo pertaining to the aurora borealis act of listening to the heart or lungs to discover abnormalities favoring success strict, stem sternness; severity prove genuine monarch with supreme power mechanism which imitates actions of ns self-governing examination of a dead body; postmortem helper, additional or subsidiary greediness for wealth incarnation state confidently reluctant greedy; eager for secondary or minor occupation affirm; proclaim declare openly like an uncle feeling of respect and amazement distorted; crooked self-evident truth requiring no proof sky blue to talk in a confused or excited way so that other people find it difficult to understand a noisy party with a lot of drinking and disorderly behavior, perhaps including sex noisy and drunken to persuade by asking again and again; pester; annoy frustrate; perplex; bewilder deadly; destructive; full of hate and desire to do harm; evil; threatening foil; to be unwilling to do or agree to something difficult or unpleasant; to stop or intentionally get in the way of something soothing, mild, and comforting

BALMY BANAL BANDANNA BANEFUL BANTERING BARB BAROQUE BARRAGE BARRISTER BARTERER BASSOON BATE BATTEN BAUBLE BEATIFIC BEDIZEN BEDRAGGLE BEGUILE BEHOLDEN BEHOOVE BELABOR BELATED BELEAGUER BELITTLE BELLICOSE BENEDICTION BENEFACTOR BENEFICIARY BENEVOLENT BENIGHTED BENIGN BENIGNITY BENISON

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mild; fragrant; soft and warm hackneyed; commonplace; trite; uninteresting large, bright-colored handkerchief ruinous; poisonous; harmful; evil good-natured ridiculing sharp projection from fishhook, etc. highly ornate barrier laid down by artillery fire counselor-at-law trader reed instrument of the woodwind family let down; restrain grow fat on; thrive upon others trinket; trifle giving bliss; blissful; expressing or radiating great happiness and serenity dress with vulgar finery; dress or decorate showily wet thoroughly delude; cheat; amuse obligated; indebted suited to; incumbent upon; be fitting; to be right and proper or appropriate for somebody beat soundly; assail verbally; criticize delayed to surround somebody or something with an army; besiege; annoy disparage; depreciate warlike blessing gift giver; patron; financial supporter person entitled to benefits or proceeds of an insurance policy or will generous; charitable overcome by darkness kindly; favorable; not malignant state of being kind, benign, gracious blessing

BERATE BEREAVEMENT BEREFT BERSERK BESMIRCH BESTIAL BESTOW BETE-NOIRE BETROTH BICAMERAL BIENNIAL BIFURCATED BIGOTRY BILIOUS BILLINGSGATE BIVOUAC BIZARRE BLANCH BLAND BLANDISHMENT BLASÉ BLASPHEMOUS BLATANT BLAZON BLEAK BLIGHTED BLITHE BLOATED BLUDGEON BODE BOGUS BOISTEROUS BOLSTER BOMBASTIC BOORISH

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scold sharply and angrily state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved deprived of; lacking frenzied soil, defile beastlike; brutal confer aversion; person or thing strongly disliked or avoided become engaged to marry two-chambered, as a legislative body every two years divided into two branches; forked stubborn intolerance suffering from indigestion; irritable vituperation; abusive language temporary encampment fantastic; violently contrasting bleach; whiten soothing; mild flattery bored with pleasure or dissipation profane; impious loudly offensive decorate with an heraldic coat of arms cold; cheerless suffering from a disease; destroyed gay; joyous swollen or puffed as with water or air club; heavy-headed weapon foreshadow; portend counterfeit; not authentic violent; rough; noisy support; prop up pompous; using inflated language rude; clownish

BOOTLESS BOUILLON BOUNTIFUL BOURGEOIS BOWDLERIZE BRACKISH BRAGGADOCIO BRAT BRAVADO BRAZEN BRAZIER BREACH BREVIARY BREVITY BRIGAND BRINDLED BRISTLING BROACH BROCADE BROCHURE BROOCH BRUSQUE BUCOLIC BUFFOONERY BUGABOO BULLION BULWARK BUMPTIOUS BUNGLE BUREAUCRACY BURLESQUE BURNISH BUSKIN BUTTRESS BUXOM

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useless clear beef soup generous; showing bounty middle class expurgate somewhat saline boasting a child, esp. a bad-mannered on swagger; assumed air of defiance insolent open pan in which live coals are burned breaking of contract or duty; fissure; gap book containing the daily prayers conciseness bandit; outlaw; lawbreaker tawny or grayish with streaks or spots rising like bristles; showing irritation open up rich, figured fabric pamphlet ornamental clasp blunt; abrupt rustic; pastoral clowning bugbear; object of baseless terror gold and silver in the form of bars earthwork or other strong defense; person who defends self-assertive spoil by clumsy behavior government by bureaus give an imitation that ridicules make shiny by rubbing; polish thick-soled half boot worn by actors of Greek tragedy support or prop plump; vigorous; jolly

CABAL CACHE CACOPHONY CADAVER CADAVEROUS CADET CAJOLE CALIBER CALLIGRAPHY CALLOUS CALLOW CALORIFIC CALUMNIATE CALUMNY CAMEO CANARD CANDOR CANKER CANNY CANT

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small group of people secretly united to promote their own interests a secret store of things or their hiding place loud, unpleasant noise; discord corpse like a corpse; pale military trainee; young person in uniformed organization to persuade by praise or false promises; coax; wheedle; ability; capacity beautiful writing; excellent penmanship hardened; unfeeling; without sympathy for other people unfledged; youthful heat-producing slander; to injure the reputation of someone by calumny malicious misrepresentation; slander a piece of jewelry, consisting of a raised stone figure or design fixed on to a flat stone of another color. false report or piece of news; unfounded rumor; exaggerated report frankness; candid Adj. any ulcerous sore; any evil shrewd; thrifty; clever, careful, and not easily deceived esp. in money matters insincere talk, esp. about moral or religious principles, intended to make oneself seem better than one is; jargon ill humored; irritable story set to music, to be sung by a chorus the movement of a horse at a speed faster than faster than a trot but slower than a gallop; a ride at this speed one of the main sections of a long poem determine votes, etc. spacious put showy ornamentation on a horse; showy harness or ornamentation for a horse having a very fine bore surrender; to accept defeat usu. On agreed conditions; to accept or agree often unwillingly; stop opposing unexpected change of mind; whim

CANTANKEROUS Adjective CANTATA CANTER CANTO CANVASS CAPACIOUS CAPARISON CAPILLARY CAPITULATE CAPRICE Noun Noun Noun Verb Adjective Verb Adjective Verb Noun

CAPRICIOUS CAPTION CAPTIOUS CARAFE CARAT CARICATURE CARILLON CARMINE CARNAGE CARNAL CARNIVOROUS CAROUSAL CARPING CARRION

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fickle; incalculable title; chapter heading; text under illustration faultfinding glass water bottle; decanter unit of weight for precious stones; measure of fineness of gold a drawing or description of someone that exaggerates parts of their face or personality so much that they appear rather ridiculous a set of bells capable of being played rich red violent killing of large numbers of people, especially in war. fleshly meat-eating drunken revel; noisy party finding fault decaying flesh of dead animals unlimited authority or freedom maker of maps or charts sculptured column of a female figure small waterfall one of the hereditary classes in Hindu society punish serious or fatal accident subtle or sophisticated reasoning resulting in minute distinctions deluge; upheaval agent which brings about a chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged slingshot; a hurling machine calamity book for religious instruction; instruction by question and answer purging or cleansing of any passage of the body purgative broadly sympathetic; liberal private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy burning; sarcastically biting

CARTE BLANCHE Noun CARTOGRAPHER Noun CARYATID CASCADE CASTE CASTIGATE CASUALTY CASUISTRY CATACLYSM CATALYST CATAPULT CATASTROPHE CATECHISM CATHARSIS CATHARTIC CATHOLIC CAUCUS CAUSTIC Noun Noun Noun Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Adjective

CAUTERIZE CAVALCADE CAVIL CEDE CELERITY CELESTIAL CELIBATE CENSOR CENSURE CENTAUR CENTIGRADE CENTRIFUGAL CENTRIPETAL CENTURION CEREBRAL CEREBRATION CESSATION CESSION CHAFE CHAFFING CHAGRIN CHALICE CHAMELEON CHAMP CHAMPION CHAOTIC CHARISMA CHARLATAN CHARY CHASM CHASSIS CHASTE CHASTISE CHATTEL CHAUVINIST

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burn with hot iron or caustic procession; parade make frivolous objection transfer; yield title to speed; rapidity heavenly Unmarried; abstaining from sexual intercourse overseer of morals; person who reads to eliminate inappropriate remarks blame; criticize mythical figure, half man and half horse measure of temperature used widely in Europe radiating; departing from the center tending toward the center Roman army officer pertaining to the brain or intellect thought stopping yielding to another; ceding warm by rubbing; make sore by rubbing bantering; joking vexation; disappointment goblet; consecrated cup lizard that changes color in different situations chew noisily support militantly in utter disorder divine gift; great popular charm or appeal of a political leader quack; pretender to knowledge cautiously watchful abyss framework and working parts of an automobile pure punish personal property blindly devoted patriot

CHECKERED CHICANERY CHIDE CHIMERICAL CHIROMANCY CHIROPODIST CHOLERIC CHOREOGRAPH Y CHRONIC CHURLISH CILIATED CIRCLET CIRCUITOUS

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marked by changes in fortune trickery scold fantastic; highly imaginative art of telling fortunes by reading the hand; palmistry one who treats disorders of the feet hot tempered art of dancing long established as a disease boorish; rude having minute hairs small ring; band roundabout indirect or roundabout expression limit; confine prudent; cautious outwit; baffle fortress quote; commend having foresight; fortuneteller; mind reader, psychic climb by crawling secret shrill trumpet like sound fear of being locked in collarbone split asunder split disposition to be lenient; mildness, as of the weather phrase dulled in meaning by repetition relating to the highest point small exclusive group monastery or convent assistant; colleague

CIRCUMLOCUTIO Noun N CIRCUMSCRIBE CIRCUMSPECT CIRCUMVENT CITADEL CITE CLAIRVOYANT CLAMBER CLANDESTINE CLARION Verb Adjective Verb Noun Verb Adjective Verb Adjective Adjective

CLAUSTROPHOB Noun IA CLAVICLE CLEAVE CLEFT CLEMENCY CLICHÉ CLIMACTIC CLIQUE CLOISTER COADJUTOR Noun Verb Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun

COALESCE COCKADE CODICIL COERCE COEVAL COG COGENT COGITATE COGNATE COGNIZANCE COGNOMEN COHERE COHESION COINCIDENT COLANDER COLLABORATE COLLATE COLLATERAL COLLATION COLLIE COLLIER COLLOQUIAL COLLOQUY COLLUSION COLOSSAL COMATOSE COMBUSTIBLE COMELY COMESTIBLE COMITY COMMANDEER COMMENSURAT E COMMISERATE COMMODIOUS COMPACT

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combine; fuse decoration worn on hat supplement to the body of a will force; repress living at the same time as; contemporary tooth projecting from a wheel convincing think over allied by blood; of the same or kindred nature knowledge family name stick together force which keeps parts together occurring at the same time utensil with perforated bottom used for straining work together examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order security given for loan a light meal sheep-herding dog worker in coal mine; ship carrying coal pertaining to conversational or common speech informal discussion conspiring in a fraudulent scheme huge in a coma; extremely sleepy easily bumped attractive; agreeable something fit to be eaten courtesy; civility to draft for military purposes; to take for public use equal in extent feel or express pity or sympathy for spacious and comfortable agreement; contract

COMPATIBLE COMPENDIUM COMPILATION COMPLACENT COMPLAISANT COMPLEMENT COMPLIANT COMPLICITY COMPORT COMPROMISE COMPUNCTION COMPUTE CONCATENATE CONCEIT CONCENTRIC CONCEPTION CONCH CONCILIATE CONCISE CONCLAVE CONCOCT CONCOMITANT CONCORDAT CONCURRENT CONDESCEND CONDIGN CONDIMENTS CONDOLE CONDONE CONDUIT CONFISCATE CONFORMITY CONGEAL CONGENITAL

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harmonious; in harmony with brief comprehensive summary listing of statistical information in tabular or book form self-satisfied trying to please; obliging that which completes yielding participation; involvement bear one's self; behave adjust; endanger the interests or reputation of remorse reckon; calculate link as in a chain whimsical idea; extravagant metaphor having a common center beginning; forming of an idea large seashell pacify; win over brief and compact private meeting prepare by combining; make up in concert that which accompanies agreement, usually between the papal authority and the secular happening at the same time bestow courtesies with a superior air adequate; deservedly severe seasonings; spices express sympathetic sorrow overlook; forgive aqueduct; passageway for fluids seize; commandeer harmony; agreement freeze; coagulate existing at birth mass of material sticking together

CONGLOMERATI Noun ON

CONGRUENCE CONIFER CONJECTURE CONNIVANCE CONNOISSEUR CONNOTATION CONNUBIAL CONSECRATE CONSENSUS CONSEQUENTIA L CONSORT CONSTRAINT CONSTRUE CONSUMMATE CONTAMINATE CONTEMN CONTENTIOUS CONTEXT CONTIGUOUS CONTINENCE CONTINGENT CONTORTIONS CONTRABAND CONTRAVENE CONTRITE CONTROVERT CONTUMELY CONTUSION CONVENE CONVERSANT CONVEYANCE CONVIVIAL

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correspondence of parts; harmonious relationship pine tree; cone-bearing tree surmise; guess pretense of ignorance of something wrong; assistance; permission to offend person competent to act as a judge of art, etc.; a lover of an art. suggested or implied meaning of an expression pertaining to marriage or the matrimonial state kinship dedicate; sanctify general agreement pompous; self-important associate with compulsion; repression of feelings to interpret; to understand in a particular way complete pollute regard with contempt; disregard quarrelsome writings preceding and following the passage quoted adjacent to; touching upon self-restraint; sexual chastity conditional twisting; distortions illegal trade; smuggling contradict; infringe on penitent oppose with arguments; contradict disobedient; resisting authority insolence; insult bruise assemble familiar with vehicle; transfer festive; gay; characterized by joviality

CONSANGUINITY Noun

CONTUMACIOUS Adjective

CONVOKE CONVOLUTED COPIOUS COQUETTE CORDON CORMORANT CORNICE CORPOREAL CORPULENT CORRELATION CORROBORATE CORROSIVE CORSAIR CORTEGE CORUSCATE COSMIC COTERIE COUNTENANCE COUNTERMAND COUNTERPART COVENANT COVERT COVETOUS COWER COY COZEN CRABBED CRASS CRAVEN CREDENCE CREDO CREDULITY CREED CREPUSCULAR CRESCENDO

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call together coiled around; involved; intricate plentiful flirt extended line of men or fortifications to prevent access or egress greedy, rapacious bird projecting molding on building (usually above columns) bodily; material very fat mutual relationship confirm eating away by chemicals or disease pirate; pirate ship procession glitter; scintillate pertaining to the universe; vast group that meets socially; select circle face or expression; composure cancel; revoke a thing that completes another; things very much alike agreement secret; hidden; implied avaricious; eagerly desirous of shrink quivering, as from fear shy; modest; coquettish cheat; hoodwink; swindle sour; peevish very unrefined; grossly insensible cowardly belief creed belief on slight evidence system of religious or ethical belief pertaining to twilight increase in the volume of sound in a musical passage

CRESTFALLEN CREVICE CRITERION CROCUS CRONE CROTCHETY CRUET CRUX CRYPT CRYPTIC CUBICLE CUL-DE-SAC CURATOR CURMUDGEON CURSIVE CYNOSURE DAIS DALLY DANK DASTARD DAUNT DAUNTLESS DAWDLE DEARTH DEBACLE DEBASE DEBAUCH DEBENTURE DEBILITATE DEBONAIR DEBUTANTE DECADENCE

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dejected; dispirited crack; fissure standard used in judging spring flower; flower similar to crocus; metal polish hag eccentric; whimsical small glass bottle for vinegar, oil, etc crucial point secret recess or vault, usually used for burial secret; hidden; mysterious small chamber used for sleeping blind alley; trap artificial channel for water churlish, miserly individual flowing, running the object of general attention raised platform often used by someone talking to other people in the room procrastinate; trifle with; to be slow or waste time; (dally with) to consider (an idea) but not very seriously damp; wet in an unpleasant way coward; bully intimidate bold loiter; waste time; move or do something very slowly scarcity; shortage breaking up; downfall reduce to lower state corrupt; make intemperate; to cause to behave badly, esp. in relation to sex and alcohol bond issued to secure a loan weaken esp. through heat, illness, or hunger; enfeeble friendly; aiming to please; cheerful, charming, and fashionably dressed a young upper-class woman who attends a number of parties, dances, & other social events to be introduced to upper-class decay; a fall to a lower level; a state of having low standards of

behavior or morality DECANT DECIDUOUS DECIMATE DECLIVITY DÉCOLLETÉ DECOROUS DECOY DECREPIT DECREPITUDE DECRY DEDUCIBLE DEFALCATE DEFAMATION DEFAULT DEFEATIST DEFECTION DEFERENCE DEFILE DEFINITIVE DEFLECT DEFUNCT DEGRADED DEIGN DELETE DELETERIOUS DELINEATION DELIQUESCENT DELIRIUM DELUDE DELUSIVE DEMAGOGUE Verb Adjective Verb Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Verb Adjective Verb Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Verb Adjective Verb Adjective Adjective Verb Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Verb Adjective Noun pour off gently losing leaves every autumn kill, usually one out of ten downward slope having a low-necked dress (of appearance or behavior) correct; showing proper respect for the manners and customs of society a person or thing that is used for tricking someone or getting them into a dangerous position; lure or bait weak and in bad condition from old age or hard use; worn out by age state of collapse caused by illness or old age disparage; criticize somebody or something derived by reasoning misuse money held in trust; embezzle assets harming a person's reputation failure to do attitude of one who is ready to accept defeat as a natural outcome desertion courteous regard for another's wish pollute; profane; corrupt something; deprive woman of virginity final; complete to turn aside; to change the expected path of dead; no longer in use or existence lowered in rank; debased condescend erase; strike out harmful portrayal capable of absorbing moisture from the air and becoming liquid mental disorder marked by confusion deceive deceptive; raising vain hopes person who appeals to people's prejudice; false leader of people

DEMEAN DEMEANOR DEMESNE DEMISE DEMOLITION DEMONIAC DEMOTIC DEMUR DEMURE DENIGRATE DENIZEN DENOTATION DENOUEMENT DEPICT DEPILATE DEPLETE DEPLORE DEPLOY DEPOSITION DEPRAVITY DEPRECATE DEPRECATORY DEPRECIATE DEPREDATION DERANGED DERELICT DERIDE DERISION DERMATOLOGIS T DEROGATORY DESCANT DESCRY DESECRATE

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degrade; humiliate outward behavior; somebody's behavior, manner, or appearance, especially as it reflects on character domain; land over which a person has full sovereignty death destruction fiendish pertaining to the people delay; object grave; serious; coy blacken inhabitant of meaning; distinguishing by name outcome; final development of the plot of a play portray remove hair reduce; exhaust to disapprove; to regret; to be sorry about move troops so that the battle line is extended at the expense of depth testimony under oath corruption; wickedness disapprove regretfully disapproving lessen in value plundering insane abandoned scoff at ridicule one who studies the skin and its expressing a low opinion discuss fully catch sight of profane; violate the sanctity of

DESICCATE DESIDERATUM DESPICABLE DESPISE DESPOIL DESPOTISM DESTITUTE DESUETUDE DESULTORY DETERGENT DETERMINATE DETONATION DETRACTION DETRIMENT DEVIATE DEVIOUS DEVOID DEVOLVE DEVOUT DEXTEROUS DIABOLICAL DIADEM DIALECTIC DIAPHANOUS DIATRIBE DICHOTOMY DICTUM DIDACTIC DIFFIDENCE DIFFIDENT DIFFUSION DIGRESSION DIGRESSIVE DILAPIDATION DILATE

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dry up that which is desired contemptible scorn plunder tyranny extremely poor disused condition aimless; jumping around cleansing agent having a fixed order of procedure; invariable explosion slandering; aspersion harm; damage turn away from going astray; erratic lacking deputize; pass to others pious skillful devilish crown art of debate sheer; transparent bitter scolding; invective branching into two parts authoritative and weighty statement teaching; instructional shyness timid; shy; lacking confidence; withdrawn wordiness; spreading in all directions like a gas departure from central topic; text or speech off the subject wandering away from the subject ruin because of neglect expand

DILATORY DILEMMA DILETTANTE DIMINUTION DIMINUTIVE DINT DIPSOMANIAC DIRE DIRGE DISABUSE

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delaying problem; choice of two unsatisfactory alternatives aimless follower of the arts; amateur; dabbler lessening; reduction in size (adj) small; miniature; (n) word form indicating small size means; effort one who has a strong craving for intoxicating liquor disastrous lament with music correct a false impression; undeceive disapproval; condemnation a disorderly or untidy state denial; disclaiming distinguishable; perceivable mentally quick and observant; having insight disown; renounce claim to put to rout; defeat; disconcert confuse; upset; embarrass sad inharmonious; conflicting to damage the reputation of; to disgrace or dishonor separate; unconnected prudence; ability to adjust actions to circumstances digressing; rambling treat with scorn or contempt make discontented change somebody's appearance for concealment; hide something to prevent others knowing; in a state of undress lacking courage and hope untidy not naive; sophisticated unprejudiced disconnected

DISAPPROBATIO Noun N DISARRAY DISAVOWAL DISCERNIBLE DISCERNING DISCLAIM DISCOMFIT DISCONCERT DISCONSOLATE DISCORDANT DISCREDIT DISCRETE DISCRETION DISCURSIVE DISDAIN DISGRUNTLE DISGUISE DISHABILLE DISHEARTENED DISHEVELED DISINGENUOUS DISINTERESTED DISJOINTED Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Verb Verb Adjective Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Verb Verb Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective

DISMEMBER DISPARAGE DISPARATE DISPARITY DISPASSIONATE DISPERSION DISPIRITED DISPORT DISPUTATIOUS DISQUISITION DISSECTION DISSEMBLE DISSEMINATE DISSERTATION DISSIMULATE DISSIPATE DISSOLUTE DISSONANCE DISSUADE DISSUASION DISTAFF DISTEND DISTORTION DISTRAIT DISTRAUGHT DIURNAL DIVA DIVERGE DIVERS DIVERSE DIVERSITY DIVEST DIVINATION DIVULGE DOCILE

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cut into small parts belittle basically different; unrelated difference; condition of inequality calm; impartial scattering lacking in spirit amuse argumentative; fond of argument a formal systematic inquiry; an explanation of the results of a formal inquiry analysis; cutting apart in order to examine disguise; pretend scatter (like seeds) formal essay pretend; conceal by feigning squander loose in morals discord advise against advice against female expand; swell out twisting out of shape absentminded upset; distracted by anxiety daily operatic singer; prima Donna vary; go in different directions from the same point several; differing differing in some characteristics; various variety; dissimilitude strip; deprive foreseeing the future with aid of magic reveal obedient; easily managed

DOCKET DODDERING DOFF DOGGEREL DOGMATIC DOLOROUS DOLT DOMICILE DORMANT DORSAL DOTAGE DOUGHTY DOUR DOWDY DOZE DREGS DROLL DROSS DRUDGERY DUBIOUS DUENNA DULCET DUPLICITY DURANCE DURESS DYNAMIC EARTHY EBULLIENT ECCENTRICITY ECCLESIASTIC ÉCLAT ECLECTICISM ECOLOGIST ECSTASY

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program as for trial; book where such entries are made shaky; infirm from old age take off poor verse positive; arbitrary sorrowful stupid person home sleeping; lethargic; torpid relating to the back of an animal senility courageous sullen; stubborn slovenly; untidy have short light sleep; laze or daydream; light sleep (N.); to bulldoze (slang) sediment; worthless residue queer and amusing waste matter; worthless impurities menial work doubtful attendant of young female; chaperone sweet sounding double-dealing; hypocrisy restraint; imprisonment forcible restraint, especially unlawfully active; deficient unrefined; coarse showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm oddity; idiosyncrasy pertaining to the church brilliance; glory selection of elements from various sets of opinions or systems a person concerned with the interrelationship between living organisms and their environment rapture; joy; any overpowering emotion

EDIFY EDUCE EERIE EFFACE EFFECTUAL EFFEMINATE EFFERVESCE EFFETE EFFICACY EFFIGY EFFLORESCENT EFFLUVIUM EFFRONTERY EFFULGENT EFFUSION EFFUSIVE EGOISM EGOTISM EGREGIOUS EGRESS EJACULATION ELATION ELEGIACAL ELICIT ELUCIDATE ELUSIVE ELUSORY EMACIATED EMANATE EMANCIPATE EMBELLISH

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instruct; correct morally draw forth; elicit; summon or call forth; evoke weird rub out efficient having qualities that are regarded as typical of women; unmanly to have bubbles forming inside, usu. By chemical reaction; show excitement weak; worn out; having lost one's original power; effeminate power to produce desired effect dummy flowering noxious smell rudeness without any sense of shame; nerve; shameless boldness brilliantly radiant; shining brightly an uncontrolled expression of strong feelings in speech or writing showing too much feeling; gushing; pouring forth excessive interest in one's self; belief that one should be interested in one's self rather than in others conceit; vanity; inflated sense of self-importance; preoccupation with self; selfishness gross; shocking; outrageously bad exit exclamation a rise in spirits; exaltation; great happiness like an elegy; mournful draw out by discussion explain; enlighten evasive; baffling; hard to grasp tending to deceive expectations; elusive thin and wasted issue forth set free adorn stealing

EMBEZZLEMENT Noun

EMBLAZON EMBROIL EMBRYONIC EMEND EMENDATION EMERITUS EMETIC EMINENT EMISSARY EMOLLIENT EMOLUMENT EMPIRICAL EMPYREAL EMULATE ENAMORED ENCLAVE ENCOMIASTIC ENCOMIUM ENCOMPASS ENCROACHMEN T ENCUMBER ENDEARMENT ENDEMIC ENDIVE ENDUE ENERGIZE ENERVATE ENGENDER ENGROSS ENHANCE ENIGMA ENIGMATIC ENJOIN ENNUI

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deck in brilliant colors throw into confusion; involve in strife; entangle undeveloped; rudimentary correct; correct by a critic correction of errors; improvement retired but retained in an honorary capacity substance causing vomiting famous; distinguished; prominent a representative; a person sent on a mission; a message carrier soothing or softening remedy salary; compensation based on experience celestial; fiery rival; imitate in love territory enclosed within an island praising; eulogistic praise; eulogy surround gradual intrusion burden fond statement prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific area or country species of leafy plant used in salads provide with some quality; endow invigorate; make forceful and active weaken cause; produce occupy fully advance; improve puzzle obscure; puzzling command; order; forbid boredom

ENORMITY ENRAPTURE ENSCONCE ENSUE ENTHRALL ENTITY ENTOMOLOGY ENTREE ENVIRON EPHEMERAL EPICURE EPICUREAN EPIGRAM EPILOGUE EPITAPH EPITHET EPITOME EPOCH EQUABLE EQUANIMITY EQUESTRIAN EQUINOX EQUIPAGE EQUIPOISE EQUITABLE EQUITY EQUIVOCAL EQUIVOCATE ERODE EROTIC ERRANT ERUDITE ERUDITION ESCAPADE

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hugeness in a bad sense please intensely settle comfortably follow capture; enslave real being study of insects entrance businessman; contractor enclose; surround short-lived; fleeting connoisseur of food and drink person who devotes himself to pleasures of the senses, especially to food. witty thought or saying, usually short short speech at conclusion of dramatic work inscription in memory of a dead person descriptive word or phrase summary; concise abstract period of time tranquil; steady; uniform calmness of temperament rider on horseback time of equal day and night horse-drawn carriage balance; balancing force; equilibrium fair; impartial fairness; justice doubtful; ambiguous lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth eat away pertaining to passionate love wandering learned; scholarly high degree of knowledge and learning prank; flighty conduct

ENTREPRENEUR Noun

ESCHEW ESCUTCHEON ESOTERIC ESPIONAGE ESTRANGED ETHEREAL ETHNIC ETHNOLOGY ETYMOLOGY EUGENIC EULOGISTIC EULOGY EUPHEMISM EUPHONIOUS EVANESCENT EVASIVE EVINCE EVISCERATE EVOKE EWER EXACERBATE EXACTION EXASPERATE EXCHEQUER EXCISE EXCISION EXCORIATE EXCULPATE EXECRABLE EXECRATE EXEGESIS EXEMPLARY EXERTION EXHORT EXHUME

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avoid shield-shaped surface on which coat of arms is placed known only to the chosen few spying separated light; heavenly; fine relating to races study of man study of derivation, structure and development of words pertaining to the improvement of race praising high praise; a tribute, often made to honor a deceased person mild expression in place fan unpleasant one pleasing in sound fleeting; vanishing not frank; eluding show clearly disembowel; remove entrails call forth water pitcher worsen; embitter exorbitant demand; extortion vex treasury to cut out; to delete; to remove or eliminate act of cutting away flay; abrade clear from blame very bad curse; express abhorrence for explanation, especially of Biblical passages serving as a model; outstanding effort; expenditure of much physical work urge dig out of the ground; remove from a grave

EXIGENCY EXIGUOUS EXODUS EXONERATE EXORBITANT EXORCISE EXOTIC EXPATIATE EXPATRIATE EXPEDIENCY EXPEDITIOUSLY EXPIATE EXPLETIVE EXPLICIT EXPUNGE EXPURGATE EXTANT

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urgent situation small; minute departure acquit; exculpate excessive drive out evil spirits not native; strange talk at length exile; someone who has withdrawn from his native land that which is advisable or practical rapidly and efficiently make amends for (a sin) interjection; profane oath definite; open remonstrance cancel; remove clean; remove offensive parts of a book still in existence not planned; impromptu weaken; mitigate root up praise; glorify wring from; get money by threats, etc surrender of prisoner by one state to another not essential; external free; disentangle external; not inherent; foreign person interested mostly in external objects and actions force or push out build; lie; make or invent in order to deceive front of the building front of the building small plane surface (of a gem); a side humorous; jocular; using or tending to use unsuitable jokes; unserious

EXPOSTULATION Noun

EXTEMPORANEO Adjective US EXTENUATE EXTIRPATE EXTOL EXTORT EXTRADITION EXTRANEOUS EXTRICATE EXTRINSIC EXTROVERT EXTRUDE FABRICATE FACADE FAÇADE FACET FACETIOUS Verb Verb Verb Verb Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Verb Verb Noun Noun Noun Adjective

FACILE FACILITATE FACTION FACTIOUS FACTITIOUS FACTOTUM FAIN FALLACIOUS FALLIBLE FALLOW FANCIED FANCIER FANCIFUL FANFARE FANTASTIC FASTIDIOUS FATALISM FATUOUS FAUNA FAUX PAS FAWNING FEALTY FEASIBLE FEBRILE FECUNDITY FEIGN FEINT FELICITOUS FELL FERMENT FERRET FERVENT FERVID

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too easy; not deep; meaningless; expert make less difficult a group or party within a larger group, esp. one that makes itself noticed; clique; dissension inclined to form factions; causing dissension artificial; sham a servant who is employed to do a wide variety of jobs for someone. gladly false, because of being based on incorrect information able or likely to make a mistake or be wrong plowed but not sowed; uncultivated imagined; unreal breeder or dealer of a particular type of animal or plant whimsical; visionary call by bugles or trumpets Extremely good unreal; grotesque; whimsical; preposterous difficult to please; squeamish belief that events are determined by forces beyond one's control unintelligent; foolish; inane animals of a period or region an error or slip (in manners or behavior) courting favor by cringing and flattering; trying to please loyalty; faithfulness practical feverish fertility; fruitfulness pretend trick; shift; sham blow apt; suitably expressed; well chosen cruel; deadly agitation; commotion drive or hunt out of hiding ardent; hot ardent

FERVOR FESTER FETE FETID FETISH FETTER FIASCO FIAT FICKLE FICTITIOUS FIDELITY FIDUCIARY FIGMENT FILCH FILIAL FINALE FINESSE FINICKY FINITE FISSURE FITFUL FLACCID FLAGELLATE FLAGGING FLAGRANT FLAIL. FLAIR FLAMBOYANT FLAUNT FLECK FLEDGLING FLICK FLINCH FLIPPANCY FLOE

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glowing ardor generate pus honor at a festival malodorous object supposed to possess magical powers; an object of special devotion shackle total failure command changeable; faithless imaginary loyalty pertaining to a position of trust invention; imaginary thing steal pertaining to a son or daughter conclusion delicate skill too particular; fussy limited crevice spasmodic; intermittent flabby flog; whip weak; drooping conspicuously wicked thresh grain by hand; strike or slap talent ornate display ostentatiously spot inexperienced light stroke as with a whip hesitate; shrink trifling gaiety mass of floating ice

FLORA FLORID FLOTILLA FLOTSAM FLOUT FLUCTUATION FLUENCY FLUSTER FLUTED FLUX FOIBLE FOIST FOMENT FOOLHARDY FOPPISH FORBEARANCE FOREBODING FORENSIC FORMALITY FORMIDABLE FORTE FORTITUDE FORTUITOUS FOSTER FRACAS FRACTIOUS FRAILTY FRANCHISE FRANTIC FRAUDULENT FRAUGHT FRAY FREEBOOTER FRENETIC FRENZIED

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plants of a region or era flowery; ruddy small fleet drifting wreckage reject; mock wavering smoothness of speech confuse having vertical parallel grooves (as in a pillar) flowing; series of changes weakness; slight fault insert improperly; palm off stir up; instigate rash vain about dress and appearance patience premonition of evil suitable to debate or courts of law adherence to established rules or procedures menacing; threatening strong point or special talent bravery; courage accidental; by chance rear; encourage brawl, melee unruly weakness right granted by authority wild cheating; deceitful filled brawl buccaneer frenzied; frantic madly excited

FRESCO FRESHET FRET FRICTION FRIEZE FRIGID FRITTER FROLICSOME FROND FROWARD FROWZY FRUCTIFY FRUGALITY FRUITION FRUSTRATE FULCRUM FULGENT FULMINATE FULSOME FUNCTIONARY FUNEREAL FUROR FURTIVE FUSION FUSTIAN GADFLY GAFF GAINSAY GALLEON GALVANIZE GAMBIT GAMBOL GAMELY GAMESTER GAMUT

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painting on plaster (usually fresh) sudden flood to be annoyed or vexed clash in opinion; rubbing against ornamental band on a wall intensely cold waste prankish; gay fern leaf; palm or banana leaf disobedient; perverse; stubborn slovenly; unkempt; dirty bear fruit thrift bearing of fruit; fulfillment; realization thwart; defeat support on which a lever rests beaming; radiant thunder; explode disgustingly excessive official sad; solemn frenzy; great excitement stealthy union; coalition pompous; bombastic animal-biting fly; an irritating person hook; barbed fishing spear; a stick with a hook at the end, used to pull big fish out of the water deny large sailing ship with three masts stimulate by shock; stir up opening in chess in which a piece is sacrificed skip; leap playfully readily; willingly a person who plays games, especially gambler entire range

GAPE GARBLED GARGOYLE GARISH GARNER GARNISH GARRULITY GARRULOUS GASCONADE GASTRONOMY GAUCHE GAUDY GAUNTLET GAZETTE GENEALOGY GENERALITY GENERIC GENIALITY GENRE GENTEEL GENTILITY GENTRY GENUFLECT GERMANE GERMINAL GERMINATE GERRYMANDER GESTATE GESTICULATION GHASTLY GIBBER GIBBET GIBE

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open widely; to stare in open-mouthed surprise or wonder mixed up; based on false or unfair selection waterspout carved in grotesque figures on building gaudy gather; store up decorate talkativeness; talking a great deal about things that are not important loquacious; wordy bluster; boastfulness science of preparing and serving good food clumsy; boorish showy; brightly colored or showily decorated to an unpleasant or vulgar degree leather glove official periodical publication record of descent; lineage vague statement characteristic of a class or species cheerfulness; kindliness; sympathy style of art illustrating scenes of common life; paintings of household scenes; category of artistic works well-bred; elegant those of gentle birth; refinement people of standing; class of people just below nobility; the upper classes bend the knee as in worship pertinent; bearing upon the case at hand; relevant pertaining to a gem; creative cause to sprout; sprout change voting district lines in order to favor a political party evolve, as in prenatal growth motion; gesture horrible talk very fast and in a confused manner; speak foolishly gallows; hanging post mock

GIG GIST GLAZE GLEAN GLIB GLOAMING GLOAT GLOSSARY GLOSSY GLUT GLUTINOUS GLUTTONOUS GNARLED GNOME GOAD GORGE GORY GOSSAMER GOUGE GOURMAND GOURMET GRANARY

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two-wheeled carriage essence cover with a thin and shiny surface gather leavings fluent twilight express evil satisfaction; view malevolently brief explanation of words used in the text smooth and shining overstock; fill to excess sticky; viscous greedy for food twisted dwarf; underground spirit urge on stuff oneself bloody sheer; like cobwebs tear out epicure; person who takes excessive pleasure in food and drink connoisseur of food and drink storehouse for grain pompous; bombastic; using high-sounding language imposing; impressive form into grains pertaining to the art of delineating; vividly described free given freely; unwarranted tip sociable a facial distortion to show feeling such as pain, disgust, etc ghastly small cavern crawl or creep on ground; remain prostrate liquid food made by boiling oatmeal, etc, in milk or water.

GRANDILOQUEN Adjective T GRANDIOSE GRANULATE GRAPHIC GRATIS GRATUITOUS GRATUITY GREGARIOUS GRIMACE GRISLY GROTTO GROVEL GRUEL Adjective Verb Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Verb Noun

GRUELING GRUESOME GRUFF GUFFAW GUILE GUILELESS GUISE GULLIBLE GUSTATORY GUSTO GUSTY GUTTURAL HABILIMENTS HACKLES HACKNEYED HAGGARD HALCYON HALLOWED HALLUCINATION HAMPER HAP HAPHAZARD HAPLESS HARANGUE HARASS HARBINGER HARPING HARRIDAN HARROW HARRY HAUGHTINESS HAUTEUR HAWSER HAY

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exhausting grisly rough-mannered boisterous laughter deceit; duplicity without deceit appearance; costume easily deceived affecting the sense of taste enjoyment; enthusiasm windy pertaining to the throat garb; clothing hairs on back and neck of a dog commonplace; trite wasted away; gaunt; having lines on the face and hollow places around the eyes and in the cheeks through tiredness calm; peaceful blessed; consecrated delusion obstruct chance; luck random; by chance; unfortunate a long, forceful speech to annoy by repeated attacks forerunner tiresome dwelling on a subject shrewish hag; an offensive term for a woman that describes her as scolding and ill-tempered break up ground after plowing; torment; torture raid or pillage; cause distress by repeated attacks pride; arrogance haughtiness large rope strip off skin; plunder

HAZARDOUS HAZY HEDONISM HEEDLESS HEINOUS HERESY HERETIC HERMETICALLY HERMIT HERMITAGE

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dangerous slightly obscure belief that pleasure is the sole aim in life not noticing; disregarding atrocious; (of morally bad people or act) extremely wicked or shameful; hatefully bad opinion contrary to popular belief; opinion contrary to accepted religion person who maintains opinions contrary to the doctrines of the church. sealed by fusion so as to be airtight somebody who chooses to live alone home of a hermit dissimilar cut to pieces with ax or sword gap; pause wintry sleep throughout the winter body divided into ranks picture writing boisterous mirth furthest behind one who serves for hire [usually contemptuously] hairy theatrical white with age trick; practical joke large barrel destruction by fire pistol case domestic; made at home sermon; serious warning of the same kind deceive; delude encouraging; extortive pertaining to cultivation of gardens

HETEROGENEOU Adjective S HEW HIATUS HIBERNAL HIBERNATE HIERARCHY HIEROGLYPHIC HILARITY HINDMOST HIRELING HIRSUTE HISTRIONIC HOARY HOAX HOGSHEAD HOLOCAUST HOLSTER HOMESPUN HOMILY HOODWINK HORTATORY Verb Noun Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Verb Adjective

HOMOGENEOUS Adjective

HORTICULTURAL Adjective

HOSTELRY HOYDEN HUBBUB HUMANE HUMDRUM HUMID HUMILITY HUMMOCK HUMUS HUSBANDRY HUSTINGS HYBRID HYPERBOLE HYPERBOREAN HYPERCRITICAL

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inn boisterous girl confused uproar kind dull; monotonous damp humbleness of spirit small hill substance formed by decaying vegetable matter frugality; thrift; agriculture meetings particularity to choose candidates mongrel; mixed breed exaggeration; overstatement situated in extreme north; arctic; cold excessively exacting person unduly worried about his health; worrier without cause about illness pretending to be virtuous; deceiving mortgage; pledge as security based on assumptions or hypotheses attacking cherished traditions ideas of a group of people special usage in a language peculiarity; eccentricity private; peculiar to an individual worship of idols; excessive admiration produced by fire; volcanic of lowly origin; unworthy disgraceful misleading vision deceiving weakness of mind drink something complicated situation; perplexity; entanglement drench, stain, especially with blood saturate, fill; fill with a particular quality; soak something with

HYPOCHONDRIA Noun C HYPOCRITICAL HYPOTHECATE HYPOTHETICAL ICONOCLASTIC IDEOLOGY IDIOM IDIOSYNCRASY IDIOSYNCRATIC IDOLATRY IGNEOUS IGNOBLE IGNOMINIOUS ILLUSION ILLUSIVE IMBECILITY IMBIBE IMBROGLIO IMBRUE IMBUE Adjective Verb Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Verb Noun Verb Verb

something IMMACULATE IMMINENT IMMOBILITY IMMOLATE IMMUNE IMMURE IMMUTABLE IMPAIR IMPALE IMPALPABLE IMPASSE IMPASSIVE IMPEACH IMPECCABLE IMPECUNIOUS IMPENDING IMPENITENT IMPERIOUS IMPERMEABLE IMPERTINENT Adjective Adjective Noun Verb Adjective Verb Adjective Verb Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective pure; spotless impending; near at hand state of being immovable offer as a sacrifice exempt imprison; shut up in confinement unchangeable damage; weaken; diminish in value pierce; fence in imperceptible; intangible predicament from which there is no escape; block to progress or agreement; road without exit without feeling; not affected by pain charge with crime in office; indict faultless; perfect; free from sin without money; poor nearing; approaching not repentant; not sorry domineering; arrogant impervious; not permitting passage through its substance insolent calmness calm; placid not penetrable; not permitting passage through violent; hasty; rash moving force irreverence; wickedness irreverent incapable of being pacified supply what is needed; furnish with tools that which is hinted at or suggested understood but not stated suggest a meaning not expressed; signify not wise

IMPERTURBABILI Noun TY IMPERTURBABLE Adjective IMPERVIOUS IMPETUOUS IMPETUS IMPIETY IMPIOUS IMPLACABLE IMPLEMENT IMPLICATION IMPLICIT IMPLY IMPOLITIC Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Noun Adjective Verb Adjective

IMPONDERABLE IMPORT IMPORTUNATE IMPORTUNE IMPOTENT IMPRECATE IMPREGNABLE IMPRIMATUR IMPROMPTU IMPROPRIETY IMPROVIDENT IMPROVISE IMPUGN IMPUNITY IMPUTATION IMPUTE INADVERTENCE INALIENABLE INANE INANIMATE INARTICULATE INCANTATION INCAPACITATE INCARCERATE INCARNADINE INCARNATE INCARNATION INCENDIARY INCENTIVE INCESSANT INCHOATE INCIDENCE INCIPIENT INCISIVE

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weightless significance urging; demanding beg earnestly weak; ineffective curse; pray that evil will befall invulnerable permission to print or publish a book without previous preparation state of being inappropriate thriftless compose on the spur of the moment doubt; challenge; gainsay freedom from punishment charge; reproach attribute; ascribe oversight; carelessness unintentionally; by accident; carelessly not to be taken away; nontransferable silly; senseless lifeless speechless; producing indistinct speech singing or chanting of magic spells; magical formula disable imprison stain crimson or blood-color endowed with flesh; personified act of assuming a human body and human nature arsonist spur; motive uninterrupted recently begun; rudimentary; elementary falling on a body; a casual occurrence beginning; in an early stage cutting; sharp

INADVERTENTLY Adjective

INCITE INCLEMENT INCLUSIVE INCOGNITO INCOHERENCE INCOMPATIBLE INCONGRUITY INCONGRUOUS

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arouse to action stormy; unkind tending to include all with identity concealed; using an assumed name lack of relevance; lack of intelligibility not spacious inharmonious lack of harmony; absurdity not fitting; absurd of trifling significance lacking self-restraint; licentious indisputable immaterial; without a material body uncorrectable a tendency to disbelief withholding belief; skeptical increase accuse hatch; scheme burden; mental care; nightmare teach officeholder temporary invasion tireless unable to erase or remove; permanent make secure against loss; compensate for loss bind as servant or apprentice to master charge native poor offensive or insulting treatment choosing at random; confused too certain to be disputed write; compose

INCOMMODIOUS Adjective

INCONSEQUENTI Adjective AL INCONTINENT Adjective INCONTROVERTI Adjective BLE INCORPOREAL INCORRIGIBLE INCREDULITY INCREDULOUS INCREMENT INCRIMINATE INCUBATE INCUBUS INCULCATE INCUMBENT INCURSION INDEFATIGABLE INDELIBLE INDEMNIFY INDENTURE INDICT INDIGENOUS INDIGENT INDIGNITY INDISPUTABLE INDITE Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Verb Verb Noun Verb Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Verb Verb Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Verb

INDISCRIMINATE Adjective

INDOLENCE INDOMITABLE INDUBITABLY INDUCTIVE INDULGENT INEBRIETY INEFFABLE INELUCTABLE INEPT INEQUITY INERTIA INEXORABLE INFALLIBLE INFAMOUS INFER INFERENCE INFINITESIMAL INFIRMITY INFLATED INFLUX INFRACTION INFRINGE INGÉNUE INGENUOUS INGRATE INGRATIATE INHERENT INHIBIT INIMICAL INIQUITOUS INKLING INNATE INNOCUOUS INNOVATION INNUENDO

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laziness unconquerable beyond a doubt pertaining to induction or proceeding from the specific to the general humoring; yielding; lenient habitual intoxication unutterable; cannot be expressed in speech irresistible; not to be escaped unsuited; absurd; incompetent unfairness; injustice state of being inert or indisposed to move relentless; unyielding; implacable unerring notoriously bad deduce; conclude conclusion drawn from data very small weakness enlarged (with air or gas) flowing into violation violate; encroach an artless girl; an actress who plays such parts naive; young; unsophisticated ungrateful person become popular with firmly established by nature or habit prohibit; restrain unfriendly; hostile unjust; wicked hint inborn harmless change; introduction of something new hint; insinuation

INORDINATE INSATIABLE INSCRUTABLE INSIDIOUS INSINUATE INSIPID INSOLENT INSOLVENCY INSOMNIA INSOUCIANT INSTIGATE INSULAR INSUPERABLE INSURGENT INTEGRATE INTEGRITY INTEGUMENT INTELLECT INTELLIGENTSIA INTER INTERCEDE INTERDICT INTERIM INTERLOCUTOR Y INTERMENT INTERMINABLE INTERMITTENT INTERNECINE INTERROGATE INTERSTICES INTIMATE INTIMIDATION INTRACTABLE INTRANSIGENT

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unrestrained; excessive not easily satisfied; greedy incomprehensible; not to be discovered treacherous; stealthy; sly hint; imply tasteless; dull haughty and contemptuous bankruptcy; lack of ability to repay debts wakefulness; inability to sleep indifferent; without concern or care urge; start; provoke like an island; narrow-minded insurmountable; invincible rebellious make whole; combine; make into one unit wholeness; purity; uprightness outer covering or skin higher mental powers the intelligent and educated classes [often used derogatorily] bury to act or make a request in behalf of another person; interfere prohibit; forbid meantime conversational; intermediate, not final burial endless periodic; on and off mutually destructive to examine by questioning; to question chinks; crevices hint fear unruly; refractory state of stubborn unwillingness to compromise refusing any compromise

INTRANSIGENCE Noun

INTREPID INTRINSIC INTROVERT INTRUDE INTUITION INUNDATE INURED INVALIDATE INVECTIVE INVEIGH INVEIGLE INVERSE INVETERATE INVIDIOUS INVIOLABILITY INVULNERABLE IOTA IRASCIBLE IRIDESCENT IRKSOME IRONICAL IRONY IRRECONCILABL E IRREFRAGABLE IRRELEVANT IRREMEDIABLE IRREPARABLE IRREVERENT IRREVOCABLE ISOTOPE ITERATE ITINERANT ITINERARY JADED JARGON

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fearless belonging to a thing in itself; inherent one who is introspective; inclined to think more about oneself trespass; enter as an uninvited person power of knowing without reasoning overflow; flood accustomed; hardened weaken; destroy abuse denounce; utter censure or invective lead astray; wheedle opposite deep-rooted; habitual designed to create ill will or envy security from being destroyed, corrupted or profaned incapable of injury very small quantity irritable; easily angered exhibiting rainbow like colors repetitious; tedious resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner hidden sarcasm or satire; use of words that convey incompatible; not able to be resolved not to be disproved; indisputable not applicable; unrelated incurable; uncorrectable not able to be corrected or repaired lacking proper respect unalterable varying form of an element utter a second time; repeat wandering; traveling plan of a trip fatigued; surfeited language used by special group; gibberish

JAUNDICED JEJUNE JEOPARDY JEREMIAD JETTISON JINGOISM JOCOSE JOCULAR JOCUND JOLLITY JUBILATION JUDICIOUS JUNCTURE JUNKET JUNTA

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yellowed; prejudiced; envious; tending to judge people and things unfavorably lacking interest; barren; meager exposure to death or danger lament; complaint To throw away specially from a moving vehicle; to get rid of extremely aggressive; a belief that one's country is better than others, esp. expressed threateningly joking; meant to or meaning to cause amusement intended to make people laugh, perhaps in reply to a serious question merry; cheerful gaiety; cheerfulness rejoicing; great joy wise; determined by sound judgment crisis; joining point a merry feast or picnic; a trip or journey, esp. one made by a government official and paid for with government money group of men joined in political intrigue; cabal; a government, esp. a military one that has come to power by force science of law place side by side tube in which patters made by the reflection in mirrors of colored pieces of glass, etc., produce interesting symmetrical effects producing motion summerhouse; open pavilion fate familiar friends person who has a compulsive desire to steal skill; an easy, clever way of doing something or handling a problem dishonest behavior; rascality tolling of a bell at a funeral; sound of the funeral bell little round hill maze mangle; tear or roughly cut (skin, par of the body, etc.) as with fingernails or broken glass

JURISPRUDENCE Noun JUXTAPOSE KALEIDOSCOPE KINETIC KIOSK KISMET KITH KLEPTOMANIAC KNACK KNAVERY KNELL KNOLL LABYRINTH LACERATE Verb Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Verb

LACHRYMOSE LACKADAISICAL LACKEY LACKLUSTER LACONIC LAGGARD LAGNIAPPE LAGOON LAITY LAMBENT LAMINATED LAMPOON LANGUID LANGUISH LANGUOR LAPIDARY LARCENY LARGESS LASCIVIOUS LASSITUDE LATENT LATERAL LATITUDE LAUDABLE LAUDATORY LAVE LAVISH LECHEROUS LECHERY LECTERN LESION LETHAL LETHARGIC LEVITY

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producing tears not showing interest of effort; affectedly languid footman; toady; a person who behaves like a servant by always obeying dull; lacking in spirit or vitality; lifeless brief and to the point slow; sluggish trifling present given to a customer shallow body of water near a sea; lake laymen; members of a religious group without the special training of priests flickering; softly radiant made of thin plates or scales ridicule weary; sluggish; listless lose animation; lose strength lassitude; depression worker in precious stones theft generous gift lustful; showing or feeling uncontrolled sexual desire languor; weariness dormant; hidden coming from the side freedom from narrow limitations praiseworthy; commendable expressing praise wash liberal; wasteful impure in thought and act; lustful; unchaste gross lewdness; lustfulness reading desk change due to illness or injury; injury deadly drowsy; dull lightness in weight; flippancy; buoyancy;

LEWD LEXICOGRAPHE R LEXICON LIAISON LIBELOUS LIBERTINE LIBIDINOUS LIBIDO LIBRETTO LICENTIOUS LIEU LIMBO LIMN LIMPID LINGUISTIC LIQUIDATE LISSOM LISTLESS LITANY LITHE LITIGATION LITOTES LIVID LOATH LOATHE LODE LONGEVITY LOPE LOQUACIOUS LOUT LUBRICITY LUCENT LUCID LUCRATIVE

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lustful; indecent compiler of a dictionary dictionary officer who acts as go-between for two armies defamatory; injurious to the good name of a person debauched person, roué lustful emotional urges behind human activity text of an opera wanton; lewd; dissolute instead of region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept; a prison (slang) portray; describe vividly clear pertaining to language settle accounts; clear up agile; lithe lacking in spirit or energy supplicatory prayer flexible; supple lawsuit understatement for emphasis lead-colored; black and blue; enraged averse; reluctant detest metal-bearing vein long life gallop slowly talkative clumsy person slipperiness; evasiveness shining bright; easily understood profitable

LUCRE LUDICROUS LUGUBRIOUS LUMINOUS LUNAR LURID LUSCIOUS LUSTER LUSTROUS LUXURIANT MACABRE MACERATE MACHIAVELLIAN MACHINATIONS MADRIGAL MAELSTROM MAGNANIMOUS MAGNATE

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money laughable; trifling mournful shining; issuing light pertaining to the moon wild; sensational pleasing to taste or smell shine; gloss shining fertile; abundant; ornate gruesome; grisly; causing fear, dislike, and shock, esp. because connected with horrible death and injuries. waste away crafty; double-dealing; showing skill in using cleverly indirect means to gain advantage or power, esp. in politics schemes pastoral song; a song for several singers without instruments whirlpool; a stretch of water moving with a strong circular movement, which can suck objects down generous person of prominence or influence; wealthy and powerful man, esp. in business or industry boastful, pompous; using important sounding words greatness; extent mutilate; injure clumsy; bungling illness; feeling of physical or mental uneasiness or weakness person dissatisfied with existing state of affairs curse criminal wishing evil dictated by hatred or spite speak evil of; defame; to write or say bad or unkind things about, esp. falsely (V.) harmful; causing evil (Adj.) having an evil influence; virulent on who feigns illness to escape duty a shopping area where cars are not allowed

MAGNILOQUENT Adjective MAGNITUDE MAIM MALADROIT MALAISE MALCONTENT MALEDICTION MALEFACTOR MALEVOLENT MALICIOUS MALIGN MALIGNANT MALINGERER MALL Noun Verb Adjective Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Noun

MALLEABLE MAMMAL MAMMOTH MANDATE MANDATORY MANIACAL MANIFEST MANIFESTO MANIFOLD MANIPULATE MANUMIT MARAUDER MARITAL MARITIME MARROW MARSUPIAL MARTIAL MARTINET MASTICATE MATERNAL MATRICIDE MATRIX MAUDLIN MAUNDER MAUSOLEUM MAUVE MAWKISH MAXIM MAYHEM MEANDER MEDDLESOME MEDIATE MEDIOCRE MEDITATION MEDLEY

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capable of being shaped by pounding a vertebrate animal whose female suckles its young gigantic order; charge obligatory raving mad understandable; clear declaration; statement of policy numerous; varied skillfully cause people to behave the way that you want them to emancipate; free from bondage raider; intruder pertaining to marriage bordering on the sea; nautical soft tissue filling the bones one of a family of mammals that nurse their offspring in a pouch warlike strict disciplinarian chew motherly murder of a mother by a child mold or die effusively sentimental talk incoherently; utter drivel monumental tomb pale purple sickening; insipid proverb; a truth pithily stated injury to body to wind or turn in its course interfering settle a dispute through the services of an outsider ordinary; commonplace reflection; thought mixture

MÉLANGE MELEE MELLIFLUOUS MEMENTO MEMORIALIZE MENDACIOUS MENDICANT MENIAL MENTOR MERCANTILE MERCENARY MERCURIAL MERETRICIOUS MERINGUE MESA MESMERIZE

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medley; miscellany fight flowing smoothly; smooth token; reminder commemorate lying; false beggar suitable for servants; low teacher concerning trade interested in money or gain fickle; changing flashy; tawdry a pastry decoration made of white of eggs high, fiat-topped hill hypnotize pertaining to the art of removing metals from ores change of form implied comparison pertaining to speculative philosophy measure; distribute excessively careful large city courage; spirit group of stables built around a courtyard swamp gas; odor of decaying matter small world demeanor; bearing changing its habitat; wandering wandering environment; means of expression combative; bellicose work against thousand-year period; period of happiness and prosperity slender tower attached to a mosque

METALLURGICAL Adjective METAMORPHOSI Noun S METAPHOR METAPHYSICAL METE METICULOUS METROPOLIS METTLE MEWS MIASMA MICROCOSM MIEN MIGRANT MIGRATORY MILIEU MILITANT MILITATE MILLENNIUM MINARET Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Noun Noun

MINATORY MINCING MINION MIRAGE MISADVENTURE MISANTHROPE

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threatening affectedly dainty a servile dependent unreal reflection; optical illusion mischance; ill luck one who hates mankind error; misunderstanding intermarriage between races mixture of writings on various subjects ill luck to misunderstand; to misinterpret wretch; villain minor crime doubts accident wrong name; incorrect designation hater of women object to be thrown or projected very small object or creature; small coin appease movable; not fixed prevailing style limited quantity fashionable toning down; changing from one key to another half; part the smallest part of a homogeneous substance soothe shed or cast off hair or feathers melted very important quantity of motion of a moving body; impetus pertaining to money belief in one God marshy wasteland

MISAPPREHENSI Noun ON MISCEGENATION Noun MISCELLANY MISCHANCE MISCONSTRUE MISCREANT MISDEMEANOR MISGIVINGS MISHAP MISNOMER MISOGYNIST MISSILE MITE MITIGATE MOBILE MODE MODICUM MODISH MODULATION MOIETY MOLECULE MOLLIFY MOLT MOLTEN MOMENTOUS MOMENTUM MONETARY MONOTHEISM MOOR Noun Noun Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Verb Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun Verb Verb Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Noun

MOOT MORATORIUM MORBID MORDANT MORES MORGANATIC MORIBUND MOROSE MORTICIAN MORTIFY MOTE MOTIF MOTLEY MOUNTEBANK MUDDLE MUGGY MUGWUMP MULCT MULTIFARIOUS MULTIFORM MULTILINGUAL MULTIPLICITY MUNDANE MUNIFICENT MURKINESS MURRAIN MUSE MUSKY MUSTY MUTABLE MUTILATE MUTINOUS MYOPIC MYRIAD

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debatable legal delay of payment given to unwholesome thought; gloomy biting; sarcastic; stinging customs describing a marriage between a member of a royal family and a commoner in which it is agreed that any children will not inherit title, etc at the point of death ill-humored; sullen undertaker humiliate; punish the flesh small speck theme parti-colored; mixed charlatan; boastful pretender confuse; mix up warm and damp defector from a party defraud a person of something varied; greatly diversified having many forms having many languages state of being numerous worldly as opposed to spiritual very generous darkness; gloom plague; cattle disease ponder having the odor of musk stale; spoiled by age changing in form; fickle maim unruly; rebellious nearsighted very large number

NADIR NASCENT NATAL NATATION NAUSEATE NAUTICAL NAVE NEAP NEBULOUS NECROLOGY NECROMANCY NEFARIOUS NEGATION NEMESIS NEOLOGISM NEOPHYTE NEPOTISM NETTLE NEXUS NIB NICETY

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lowest point inception; coming into being pertaining to birth swimming cause to become sick; fill with disgust pertaining to ships or navigation main body of a church lowest cloudy; hazy; not clear obituary notice; list of the dead black magic; dealing with the dead; prediction using spirits very wicked; evil denial revenging agent new or newly coined word or phrase recent convert; beginner favoritism (to a relative) annoy; vex connection beak; pen point the quality of being nice; precision; minute distinction a fine or delicate point or difference; detail meanly stingy; parsimonious; not willing to spend money, time, etc. Spent or given unwillingly; meager in Buddhist teachings, the ideal state in which the individual loses himself in the attainment of an impersonal beatitude done at night foul smelling; unwholesome; so offensive, especially to the senses, as to arouse feelings of disgust or repulsion; wandering a conclusion that does not follow from the facts stated indifference; lack of interest neutral; undecided nonexistence; person of no importance bring to a halt by confusion

NIGGARDLY

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NIRVANA NOCTURNAL NOISOME NOMADIC NON SEQUITUR NONCHALANCE NONENTITY NONPLUS

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NONCOMMITTAL Adjective

NOSEGAY NOSTALGIA NOTORIOUS NOVICE NOXIOUS NUANCE NUBILE NUGATORY NULLIFY NUMISMATIST NURTURE NUTRIENT OAF OBDURATE OBEISANCE OBELISK OBFUSCATE OBITUARY OBJURGATE OBJURGATION OBLATION OBLIGATORY OBLIQUE OBLIQUITY OBLITERATE OBLIVION OBLOQUY OBNOXIOUS OBSEQUIOUS OBSESSION OBSIDIAN OBSOLETE OBSTETRICIAN

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fragrant bouquet; a small bouquet of flowers homesickness; longing for the past outstandingly bad; unfavorably known beginner harmful shade of difference in meaning or color marriageable futile; worthless to make invalid person who collects coins bring up; feed; educate providing nourishment stupid, awkward person stubborn; refusing to change one's beliefs or feeling, esp. in spite of persuasion a gesture of respect or deference, for example, a bow of the head tall column pointed stone pillar built usu. In honor of a person or event confuse; muddle; make something obscure death notice scold; rebuke severely; severe rebuke; scolding the Eucharist; pious donation binding; required sloping; indirect; not parallel or perpendicular; slanting departure from right principles; perversity destroy completely forgetfulness; state of being forgotten; state of forgetting; overlooking of past offenses slander; disgrace; infamy offensive too eager to please or obey; slavishly attentive; sycophantic fixed idea; continued brooding black volcanic rock out-of-date; no longer in use physician specializing in delivery of babies

OBSTREPEROUS Adjective OBTRUDE OBTRUSIVE OBTUSE OBVIATE OCCIDENT OCCULT OCULIST Verb Adjective Adjective Verb Noun Adjective Noun

boisterous; noisy push into prominence; impose; appear unwelcome; push out pushing forward blunt; stupid make unnecessary; get rid of the West mysterious; secret; supernatural physician who specialized in treatment of the eyes; optometrist or ophthalmologist miscellaneous items hateful; inspiring hatred, contempt, or disgust repugnance; dislike giving off an odor having an odor waste; garbage collection of money at religious ceremony; part of the Mass during which offerings are made meddlesome; excessively trying to please glance coquettishly at; make eyes at concerning the sense of smell government by a few threatening all-powerful universally present; ubiquitous all-knowing eating both plant and animal food; devouring everything burdensome words formed in imitation of natural sounds vicious assault burden; responsibility iridescent dark; not transparent sleep producer; deadener of pain timely; well chosen individual who sacrifices principles for expediency by taking advantage of circumstances

ODDS AND ENDS Noun ODIOUS ODIUM ODORIFEROUS ODOROUS OFFAL OFFERTORY OFFICIOUS OGLE OLFACTORY OLIGARCHY OMINOUS OMNIPOTENT OMNIPRESENT OMNISCIENT OMNIVOROUS ONEROUS ONSLAUGHT ONUS OPALESCENT OPAQUE OPIATE OPPORTUNE OPPORTUNIST Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun

ONOMATOPOEIA Noun

OPPROBRIOUS OPPROBRIUM OPTICIAN OPTIMUM OPTOMETRIST OPULENCE OPULENT OPUS ORATORIO ORDINANCE ORIENTATION ORIFICE ORISON ORNATE ORNITHOLOGY OROTUND ORTHOGRAPHY OSCILLATE OSSIFY OSTENSIBLE OSTENTATIOUS OSTRACIZE OVERT OVERWEENING PACHYDERM PACIFIST PADDOCK PAEAN PALATABLE PALATIAL PALAVER PALIMPSEST PALLET PALLIATE

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disgraceful infamy; vilification maker and seller of eyeglasses most favorable one who fits glasses to remedy visual defects wealth rich and showy; luxurious work dramatic poem set to music decree act of finding oneself in society mouth like opening; small opening prayer excessively decorated; highly decorated scientific student of birds study of birds having a round, resonant quality; inflated speech correct spelling vibrate pendulum like; waver change or harden into bone apparent; professed; pretended showy; pretentious exclude from public favor; ban open to view presumptuous; arrogant thick-skinned animal one opposed to force; antimilitarist saddling enclosure at race track; lot for exercising horses song of praise or joy agreeable; pleasing to the taste magnificent; like a palace; grand and splendid; luxurious discussion; misleading speech; chatter parchment used for second time after original writing has been erased small, poor bed ease pain; make less guilty or offensive

ORNITHOLOGIST Noun

PALLIATION PALLID PALPABLE PALPITATE PALTRY PANACEA PANDEMONIUM PANDER PANEGYRIC PANOPLY PANORAMA PANTOMIME PAPYRUS PARABLE PARADOX PARAGON PARALLELISM PARAMOUR PARANOIA PARANOIAC PARAPET

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act of making less severe or violent pale; wan tangible; easily perceptible throb; flutter; beat irregularly insignificant; petty cure-all; remedy for all disease wild tumult; a state of wild and noisy disorder cater to the low desires of others formal praise full set of armor comprehensive view; unobstructed view in all directions acting without dialogue ancient paper made from stem of papyrus plant short, simple story teaching a moral statement that looks false by is actually correct; a contradictory statement model of perfection state of being parallel; similarity illicit lover distrust; psychiatric disorder mentally unsound person suffering from delusions low wall at edge of roof or balcony equipment; odds and ends restate a passage in one's own words while retaining thought of author animal or plant living on another; toady; sycophant; scrounger medicine that eases pain social outcast equality; close resemblance language; idiom; particular way of talking; speech conference dangerous; perilous humorous imitation; travesty fit or attack of pain, laughter, rage murder of relative; murder of a father turn aside; avoid answering

PARAPHERNALIA Noun PARAPHRASE PARASITE PAREGORIC PARIAH PARITY PARLANCE PARLEY PARLOUS PARODY PAROXYSM PARRICIDE PARRY Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun Verb

PARSIMONIOUS PARTIALITY PARTURITION PARVENU PASSÉ PASSIVE PASTICHE PASTORAL PATENT PATHETIC PATHOLOGICAL PATHOS PATINA PATOIS PATRIARCH PATRICIDE PATRIMONY PAUCITY PECCADILLO PECULATE PECULATION PECUNIARY PEDAGOGUE PEDANT PEDANTIC PEDIATRICIAN PEDIMENT PEJORATIVE PELF PELL-MELL PELLUCID PENANCE PENCHANT

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stingy; excessively frugal inclination; bias delivery; childbirth upstart; newly rich person old-fashioned; past the prime not active; acted upon imitation of another's style in musical composition or in writing rural open for the public to read; obvious causing sadness, compassion, pity; touching pertaining to disease tender sorrow; pity; quality in art or literature that produces these feelings green crust on old bronze works; tone slowly taken by vanished painting local or provincial dialect father and ruler of a family or tribe person who murders his father; murder of a father inheritance from father scarcity slight offense steal; embezzle embezzlement; theft pertaining to money teacher; dull and formal teacher scholar who overemphasizes book learning or technicalities showing off learning; bookish expert in children's diseases triangular part above columns in Greek buildings having a deteriorating or depreciating effect on the meaning of a word stolen property; money or wealth [in a contemptuous sense] in confusion; disorderly transparent; limpid; easy to under stand self-imposed punishment for sin strong inclination; liking

PENDANT PENDENT PENDULOUS PENITENT PENNATE PENSIVE PENUMBRA PENURIOUS PENURY PERCUSSION PERDITION PEREMPTORY PERENNIAL PERFIDIOUS PERFIDY PERFORCE PERFUNCTORY PERIGEE PERIMETER PERIPATETIC PERIPHERY PERISTYLE PERJURY PERMEABLE PERMEATE PERNICIOUS PERORATION PERPETRATE PERPETUAL PERQUISITE PERSIFLAGE PERSONABLE PERSPICUITY

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hanging down from something suspended jutting; pending hanging; suspended repentant having wings or feathers dreamily thoughtful; thoughtful with a hint of sadness partial shadow (in an eclipse) stingy; parsimonious extreme poverty striking one object against another sharply damnation; complete ruin journey demanding and leaving no choice lasting basely false violation of a trust of necessity superficial; listless; not thorough point of moon's orbit when it is nearest the earth outer boundary walking about; moving edge, especially of a round surface series of columns surrounding a building or yard false testimony while under oath porous; allowing passage through pass through; spread very destructive conclusion of an oration commit an offense everlasting any gain above stipulated salary flippant conversation; banter attractive having insight; penetrating; astute clearness of expression; freedom from ambiguity

PEREGRINATION Noun

PERSPICACIOUS Adjective

PERSPICUOUS PERT PERTINACIOUS PERTINENT PERTURB PERTURBATION PERUSAL PERVADE PERVASIVE PERVERSE PERVERSION PERVERSITY PERVIOUS PESSIMISM PESTILENTIAL PETRIFY PETULANT PHARISAICAL PHIAL PHILANDER PHILANTHROPIS T PHILISTINE PHILOLOGY PHLEGMATIC PHOBIA PHYSIOGNOMY PICARESQUE PIEBALD PIED PIETY PILLAGE PILLORY

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plainly expressed impertinent; forward stubborn; persistent suitable; to the point disturb greatly agitation reading spread throughout widespread; distributed everywhere stubborn; intractable corruption; turning from right to wrong stubborn maintenance of a wrong cause penetrable belief that life is basically bad or evil; gloominess causing plague; baneful turn to stone touchy; peevish pertaining to the Pharisees, who paid scrupulous attention to tradition; self-righteous; hypocritical small bottle make love lightly; flirt lover of mankind; doer of good narrow-minded person, uncultured and exclusively interested in material gain study of language calm; not easily disturbed morbid fear face pertaining to the science of the function of living organisms pertaining to rogues in literature mottled; spotted variegated; multicolored devotion to God or family; dutiful respect plunder punish by placing in a wooden frame and subjecting to ridicule

PHYSIOLOGICAL Adjective

PINION PINNACLE PIOUS PIQUANT PIQUE PISCATORIAL PITHY PITTANCE PLACATE PLACID PLAGIARISM PLAINTIVE PLANGENT PLATITUDE PLATONIC PLAUDITORY PLAUSIBLE PLEBEIAN PLEBISCITE PLENARY PLENIPOTENTIA RY PLENITUDE PLETHORA PLUMB PODIATRIST PODIUM POIGNANT POLE POSITION POLEAXE POLEMIC POLITIC POLITY POLTROON POLYGAMIST POLYGLOT

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restrain peak devout pleasantly tart-tasting; stimulating irritation; resentment pertaining to fishing concise; meaty a small allowance or wage pacify; conciliate peaceful; calm theft of another's ideas or writings passed off as original mournful plaintive; resounding sadly trite remark; commonplace statement purely spiritual; theoretical; without sensual desire approving; applauding having a show of truth but open to doubt; specious common; pertaining to the common people expression of the will of a people by direct election complete; full fully empowered abundance; completeness excess; overabundance checking perpendicularity; vertical doctor who treats ailments of the feet pedestal; raised platform keen; piercing; severe the front position at the beginning of a car race to knock down (as if) with a very hard hit controversy; argument in support of point of view expedient; prudent; well devised form of government of nation or state coward one who has more than one spouse at a time speaking several languages

POMMEL PONDEROUS PORPHYRY PORTEND PORTENTOUS PORTLY POSTERITY POSTHUMOUS POSTPRANDIAL POSTULATE POTABLE POTENTATE POTENTIAL POTION POTPOURRI POULTICE PRACTICABLE PRACTICAL PRAGMATIC PRATE PRATTLE PREAMBLE PRECARIOUS PRECEDENT PRECEPT PRECIOSITY PRECIPITATE PRECIPITOUS PRECISE PRECLUDE PRECOCIOUS PRECURSOR PREDATORY

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beat weighty; unwieldy igneous rock containing feldspar or quartz crystals foretell; presage ominous; serious stately; stout descendants; future generations after death (as of child born after father's death or book published after author's death) after dinner self-evident truth suitable for drinking monarch; sovereign expressing possibility; latent dose (of liquid) heterogeneous mixture; medley soothing application applied to sore and inflamed portions of the body feasible based on experience; useful practical; concerned with practical values speak foolishly; boast idly babble introductory statement uncertain; risky something preceding in time which may be used as an authority or guide for future action practical rule guiding conduct over refinement in art or speech headlong; rash steep exact make impossible; eliminate developed ahead of time forerunner plundering

PREDILECTION PREEMINENT PREEMPT PREFATORY PREHENSILE PRELUDE PREMEDITATE PREMONITION PREMONITORY

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partiality; preference outstanding; superior appropriate beforehand introductory capable of grasping or holding introduction; forerunner plan in advance forewarning serving to warn superiority of power, quantity, etc be superior in power; outweigh absurd; ridiculous privilege; unquestionable right foretell premonition; foreboding impression produced by achievements or reputation arrogance; effrontery a false show or claim; pretending something other than the truth ostentatious; ambitious beyond that which is normal in nature lie very precise and formal; exceedingly proper seniority by birth existing at the beginning (of time); rudimentary characteristic of earlier times; primitive; unspoiled secret; hidden; not public explore with tools uprightness; incorruptibility long snout; nose inclination; natural tendency postpone; delay wasteful; reckless with money marvelous; enormous violate; desecrate

PREPONDERANC Noun E PREPONDERATE Verb PREPOSTEROUS Adjective PREROGATIVE PRESAGE PRESENTIMENT PRESTIGE PRESUMPTION PRETENSE PRETENTIOUS Noun Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective

PRETERNATURA Adjective L PREVARICATE PRIM PRIMORDIAL PRISTINE PRIVY PROBE PROBITY PROBOSCIS PROCLIVITY PRODIGAL PRODIGIOUS PROFANE Verb Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb

PRIMOGENITURE Noun

PROCRASTINATE Verb

PROFLIGATE PROFUSION PROGENITOR PROGENY PROGNATHOUS PROGNOSIS PROGNOSTICAT E PROJECTILE PROLETARIAN PROLIFIC PROLIX PROMISCUOUS PROMONTORY PROMULGATE PRONE PROPAGATE PROPELLANTS PROPENSITY PROPHYLACTIC PROPINQUITY PROPITIATE PROPITIOUS PROPOUND PROPRIETY PROPULSIVE PROROGUE PROSAIC PROSCENIUM PROSCRIBE PROSELYTIZE PROSODY PROSTRATE PROTÉGÉ PROTOCOL PROTOTYPE

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dissipated; wasteful; licentious lavish expenditure; overabundant condition ancestor children; offspring having projecting jaws forecasted course of a disease; prediction predict missile member of the working class abundantly fruitful verbose; drawn out mixed indiscriminately; haphazard; irregular headland make known by official proclamation or publication inclined to; prostrate multiply; spread substances which propel or drive forward natural inclination used to prevent disease nearness; kinship appease favorable; kindly put forth for analysis fitness; correct conduct driving forward dismiss parliament; end officially commonplace; dull part of stage in front of curtain ostracize; banish; outlaw convert to a religion or belief the art of versification stretch out full on ground person under the protection and support of a patron diplomatic etiquette original work used as a model by others

PROTRACT PROTRUDE PROVENANCE PROVENDER PROVIDENT PROVINCIAL PROVISO PROVOCATION PROXIMITY PROXY PRURIENT PSEUDONYM PSYCHE PSYCHIATRIST PSYCHOPATHIC PSYCHOSIS PTERODACTYL PUERILE PUGNACIOUS PUISSANT PULCHRITUDE PULMONARY PULSATE PUNCTILIOUS PUNDIT PUNGENT PUNITIVE PUNY PURBLIND PURGATORY PURGE PURLOIN PURPORT PURVEYOR PURVIEW

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prolong stick out origin or source of something dry food; fodder displaying foresight; thrifty; preparing for emergencies pertaining to a province; limited stipulation cause for anger or retaliation nearness authorized agent based on lascivious thoughts pen name soul; mind a doctor who treats mental diseases pertaining to mental derangement mental disorder extinct flying reptile childish combative; disposed to fight powerful; strong; potent beauty; comeliness pertaining to the lungs throb laying stress on niceties of conduct, form; precise learned Hindu; any learned man; authority on a subject stinging; caustic punishing insignificant; tiny; weak dim-sighted; obtuse place of spiritual expiation clean by removing impurities; to clear of charges steal intention; meaning furnisher of foodstuffs; caterer scope

PUSILLANIMOUS Adjective PUTATIVE PUTRID PYROMANIAC QUACK QUADRUPED QUAFF QUAGMIRE QUAIL QUALMS QUANDARY QUARANTINE QUAY QUEASY QUELL QUERULOUS QUEUE QUIBBLE QUIESCENT QUIETUDE QUINTESSENCE QUIP QUIRK QUI-VIVE QUIXOTIC QUIZZICAL QUORUM RABID RAGAMUFFIN RAMIFICATION RAMIFY RAMPANT RAMPART Adjective Adjective Noun Noun Noun Verb Noun Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Verb Verb Adjective Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Noun Verb Adjective Noun

cowardly; fainthearted supposed; reputed foul; rotten; decayed person with an insane desire to set things on fire charlatan; impostor four-footed animal drink with relish; drink quickly bog; marsh cower; lose heart; to be afraid; tremble uncomfortable feeling of uncertainty, esp. as to whether something is right dilemma isolation of person or ship to prevent spread of infection dock; landing place easily nauseated; squeamish put down; quiet fretful; whining; habitually complaining, esp. in a weak selfpitying way to line up equivocate; play on words at rest; dormant tranquility purest and highest embodiment taunt startling twist; caprice wide awake; expectant idealistic but impractical bantering; comical; humorously serious number of members necessary to conduct a meeting violently and unreasonably keen; fanatical; furious dirty young child in torn cloths branching out; subdivision; implication divide into branches or subdivisions (of crime, disease, wrong belief) widespread and impossible to control; unrestrained defensive mound of earth

RANCID RANCOR RANT RAPACIOUS RAPPROCHEME NT RATIOCINATION

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(of oily food or its taste or smell) not fresh; tasting or smelling unpleasant bitterness; hatred rave; speak bombastically taking everything one can, esp. by force; excessively grasping; plundering reconciliation; a coming together again in friendship of former enemies reasoning; act of drawing conclusions from premises bringing into conformity with reason reason; justify an improper act harsh and shrill; unpleasantly loud plunder; despoil; completely wreck or damage something rapacious; seeking prey extremely hungry destroy completely recoiling from progress; retrograde kingdom; sphere; scope of something; area of interest discount (n) a rejection; (v) to reject rudely; to drive or beat back obstinately stubborn; resisting control; hard to do or handle repudiate; withdraw previous statement summarize withdrawal; retreat choice, sought after; rare habitual return to crime receiver mutual; exchangeable; interacting repay in kind hermit make friendly after quarrel; correct inconsistencies abstruse; profound; secret survey of enemy by soldiers; reconnoitering resorting to help when in trouble coward; betrayer of faith

RATIONALIZATIO Noun N RATIONALIZE RAUCOUS RAVAGE RAVENING RAVENOUS RAZE REACTIONARY REALM REBATE REBUFF RECALCITRANT RECANT RECAPITULATE RECESSION RECHERCHÉ RECIDIVISM RECIPIENT RECIPROCAL RECIPROCATE RECLUSE RECONCILE RECONDITE RECONNAISSAN CE RECOURSE RECREANT Verb Adjective Verb Adjective Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Noun Verb/Noun Adjective Verb Verb Noun Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Verb Noun Verb Adjective Noun Noun Noun

RECRIMINATION

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countercharges reopening of a wound or sore correct uprightness reclining; lying down completely or in part recover occurring again and again person who refuses to comply; applied specifically to those who refused to attend Anglican services fragrant; odorous; suggestive of an odor formidable; causing fear remedy; compensation superfluous; excessively wordy; repetitious emit (odor) slight refreshment dining hall bending of a ray of light stubborn; unmanageable radiant renovate; make bright by polishing disproof of opponents' arguments royal entertain boat or yacht race spiritual rebirth method or system of government prescribed diet and habits restore to proper condition repay repeat make young again banish; consign to inferior position pertinence; reference to the case in hand abandon savor; enjoy

RECRUDESCENC Noun E RECTIFY RECTITUDE RECUMBENT RECUPERATE RECURRENT RECUSANT REDOLENT REDOUBTABLE REDRESS REDUNDANT REEK REFECTION REFECTORY REFRACTION REFRACTORY REFULGENT REFURBISH REFUTATION REGAL REGALE REGATTA REGENERATION REGIME REGIMEN REHABILITATE REIMBURSE REITERATE REJUVENATE RELEGATE RELEVANCY RELINQUISH RELISH Verb Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Noun Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Verb Verb Verb Verb Verb Noun Verb Verb

REMEDIABLE REMEDIAL REMINISCENCE REMISS REMNANT REMONSTRATE REMORSE REMUNERATIVE REND RENDER RENDEZVOUS RENDITION RENEGADE RENOUNCE RENOVATE RENUNCIATION REPARABLE REPARATION REPARTEE REPELLENT REPERCUSSION REPERTOIRE REPLENISH REPLETE REPLICA REPOSITORY REPRIEVE REPRIMAND REPRISAL REPROBATE REPROBATION REPROVE REPUDIATE REPUGNANCE

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reparable curative; corrective recollection negligent remainder protest guilt and regret for one's actions compensating; rewarding split; tear apart deliver; provide; represent meeting place translation; artistic interpretation of a song, etc deserter; apostate abandon; discontinue; disown; repudiate restore to good condition; renew giving up; renouncing capable of being repaired amends; compensation clever reply driving away; unattractive rebound; reverberation; reaction list of works of music, drama, etc., a performer is prepared to present fill up again filled to capacity; abundantly supplied copy storehouse deserving blame temporary stay reprove severely retaliation person hardened in sin, devoid of a sense of decency severe disapproval censure; rebuke disown; disavow loathing

REPREHENSIBLE Adjective

REQUIEM REQUISITE REQUITE RESCIND RESCISSION RESIDUE RESILIENT RESONANT RESPITE RESPLENDENT RESPONSIVENE SS RESTITUTION RESTIVE RESURGENT RESUSCITATE RETALIATE RETENTIVE RETICENCE RETICENT RETICULATED RETINUE RETRACT RETRACTION RETRIBUTION RETRIEVE RETROACTIVE RETROGRADE REVELRY REVERBERATE REVERIE REVILE REVULSION RHAPSODIZE RHETORIC

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mass for the dead; dirge necessary requirement repay; revenge cancel abrogation; annulment remainder; balance elastic; having the power of springing back echoing; resounding; possessing resonance delay in punishment; interval of relief; rest brilliant; lustrous state of reacting readily to appeals, orders, etc reparation; indemnification unmanageable; fretting under control rising again after defeat, etc revive repay in kind (usually for bad treatment) holding; having a good memory reserve; uncommunicativeness; inclination to be silent quiet and withdrawn; reserved; reluctant to speak covered with a network; having the appearance of a mesh following; attendants to pull back; to draw back withdrawal vengeance; compensation; punishment for offenses recover; find and bring in of a law which dates back to a period before its enactment going backwards; degenerating looking back on the past boisterous merrymaking echo; resound daydream; musing slander; vilify sudden violent change of feeling; reaction to speak or write in an exaggeratedly enthusiastic manner art of effective communication; insincere language

RETROSPECTIVE Adjective

RHEUMY RHINESTONE RIBALD RIFE RIGOR RIME RIPER RISIBLE RISQUÉ RITE ROAN ROBUST ROCOCO ROIL ROOD ROSEATE ROSTRUM ROTE ROTUNDA ROTUNDITY RUBBLE RUBICUND RUDDY RUDIMENTARY RUEFUL RUMINATE RUMMAGE RUSE RUSTIC RUSTICATE RUTHLESS SACCHARINE SACERDOTAL SACRILEGE

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pertaining to a discharge from nose and eyes small fake gem; a small piece of paste or glass used as an imitation diamond wanton; profane abundant; current severity white frost poisonous snake inclined to laugh; ludicrous verging upon the improper; off color ceremonial act; formal procedure brown mixed with gray or white vigorous; strong ornate; highly decorated to make liquids murky by stirring up sediment crucifix rosy; optimistic platform for it repetition circular building or hall covered with a dome roundness; sonorousness of speech fragments having a healthy reddish color; ruddy; florid reddish; healthy-looking not developed; elementary regretful; sorrowful; dejected chew the cud; ponder ransack; thoroughly search trick; stratagem pertaining to country people; uncouth banish to the country; dwell in the country pitiless cloyingly sweet; too friendly, nice, kind, happy… like priest; priestly (an example of) the act of treating a holy place or thing without respect

SACROSANCT SADISM SAFFRON SAGA SAGACIOUS SALIENT SALINE SALLOW SALTATORY SALUBRIOUS SALUTARY SALVAGE SALVER SANGFROID SANGUINARY SAPID SAPIENT SARCOPHAGUS SARDONIC SARTORIAL SATE SATELLITE SATIATE SATIETY SATIRE SATRAP SATURATE SATURNINE SATYR SAUNTER

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most sacred; inviolable the gaining of pleasure from being cruel a yellowish- orange substance that is obtained from a flower Scandinavian myth; any legend having or showing deep understanding and good judgment; keen; shrewd; having insight; prominent salty rather yellow and unhealthy looking; yellowish; sickly in color relating to leaping socially desirable or respectable; healthful causing or likely to cause an improvement in character, future behavior, …; tending to improve; beneficial; wholesome rescue from loss tray displaying ostentatious or hypocritical devoutness coolness in trying situations; calmness under pressure bloodthirsty; bloody; involving bloodshed savory; tasty; appetizing wise ; shrewd stone coffin, often highly decorated disdainful; sarcastic; cynical pertaining to tailors cloy; to satisfy with more than enough of something, esp. something bad small body revolving around a larger one satisfy fully condition of being crammed full; glutted state; repletion; the state of being (too much) filled or satisfied form of literature in which irony, sarcasm, and ridicule are employed to attack vice and folly petty ruler working for a superior despot soak gloomy; sad and solemn, often in a threatening way half-human, half-bestial being in the court of Dionysos, portrayed as wanton and cunning stroll slowly; to walk in an unhurried way, and esp. in a confident manner

SANCTIMONIOUS Adjective

SAVANT SAVOIR FAIRE SAVOR SCARIFY SCAVENGER SCHISM SCINTILLA SCINTILLATE SCION SCOURGE SCREED SCRUPULOUS SCULLION SCURRILOUS SCUTTLE SEBACEOUS SECESSION SECULAR SEDATE SEDENTARY SEDULOUS SEETHE SEINE SEMBLANCE SENESCENCE SENILITY SENSUAL SENSUOUS SENTENTIOUS SENTRY SEPTIC SEPULCHER SEQUACIOUS

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scholar tact; poise; sophistication to enjoy slowly and purposefully make slight incisions in; scratch collector and disposer of refuse; animal that devours refuse and carrion division; split small amount; shred; least bit sparkle; flash offspring lash; whip; sever punishment; tormentor long, tiresome harangue conscientious; extremely thorough; having moral integrity; very precise menial kitchen worker; kitchen servant obscene; indecent; abusive or defamatory sink oily; fatty; relating to or producing a waxy yellowish body secretion withdrawal worldly; not pertaining to church matters; temporal composed; grave requiring sitting diligent be disturbed; boil net for catching fish outward appearance; guise state of growing old old age; feeblemindedness of old age devoted to the pleasures of the senses; carnal; voluptuous pertaining to the physical senses; operating through the senses terse; concise; aphoristic lookout or guard putrid; producing putrefaction tomb eager to follow; ductile

SEQUESTER SERAPH SERENDIPITY SERENITY SERPENTINE SERRATED SERRIED SERVILE SEVERANCE SHACKLE SHAMBLES SHEAF SHEATHE SHERBET SHIBBOLETH SHIMMER SHOAL SHODDY SIBLING SIBYLLINE SIDEREAL SILT SIMIAN SIMILE SIMPERING SIMULATE SINECURE SINISTER SINUOUS SIROCCO SKEPTIC SKIMP SKITTISH SKULK SLAKE

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retire from public life; segregate; seclude high-ranking, six-winged angel gift for finding valuable things not searched for calmness; placidity winding; twisting having a saw-toothed edge standing shoulder to shoulder; crowded slavish; cringing division; partition; separation chain; fetter slaughterhouse; scene of carnage bundle of stalks of grain; any bundle of things tied together place into a case flavored dessert ice watchword; slogan glimmer intermittently shallow place sham; not genuine; inferior brother or sister prophetic; oracular relating to the stars sediment deposited by running water monkeylike comparison of one thing with another, using the word like or as smirking feign well-paid position with little responsibility evil winding; bending in and out; not morally honest warm, sultry wind blown from Africa to southern Europe doubter; person who suspends judgment until he has examined the evidence supporting a point of view provide scantily; live very economically lively; frisky move furtively and secretly quench; sate

SLANDER SLATTERN SLEAZY SLEEPER SLEIGHT SLITHER SLOTH SLOUGH SLOVENLY SLUGGARD SLUICE SMATTERING SOBRIETY SOBRIQUET SOCIALISM SOJOURN SOLACE SOLECISM SOLICITOUS SOLILOQUY SOLSTICE SOLVENT SOMATIC SOMBER SOMNAMBULIST SOMNOLENT SONOROUS SOPHIST

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defamation; utterance of false and malicious statements untidy or slovenly person flimsy; unsubstantial something originally of little value or importance which in time becomes very valuable dexterity slip or slide laziness cast off untidy; careless in work habits lazy person artificial channel for directing or controlling the flow of water slight knowledge soberness nickname quackery; superficial information temporary stay comfort in trouble construction that is flagrantly incorrect grammatically worried; concerned talking to oneself point at which the sun is farthest from the equator able to pay all debts pertaining to the body; physical gloomy; dark and depressing; depressed sleepwalker half asleep resonant teacher of philosophy; quibbler; employer of fallacious reasoning artificiality; unnaturalness; act of employing sophistry in reasoning immature; shallow sleep producer suggestion; hint; taste small metallic piece sewn to clothing for ornamentation

SOPHISTICATION Noun SOPHOMORIC SOPORIFIC SOUPCON SPANGLE Adjective Noun Noun Noun

SPASMODIC SPATE SPATIAL SPAWN SPECIOUS SPECTRAL SPECTRUM SPENDTHRIFT SPLENETIC SPOLIATION SPOONERISM SPORADIC SPORTIVE SPUME SPURIOUS SQUALID SQUANDER STACCATO STAGNANT STAID STALEMATE STALWART STAMINA STANCH STATUTE STATUTORY STEIN STELLAR STENTORIAN STEREOTYPED STERTOROUS STIGMA STIGMATIZE STILTED STINT

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fitful; periodic sudden flood relating to space lay eggs seemingly reasonable but incorrect ghostly colored band produced when beam of light passes through a prism one who spends wastefully spiteful; irritable; peevish pillaging; depredation accidental transposition of sounds in successive words occurring irregularity playful froth; foam false; counterfeit dirty; neglected; poor waste played in an abrupt manner; marked by abrupt sharp sound motionless; stale; dull sober; sedate deadlock strong, brawny; steadfast strength; staying power check flow of blood law created by statute or legislative action beer mug pertaining to the stars extremely loud fixed and unvarying representation having a snoring sound token of disgrace; brand brand; mark as wicked bombastic; inflated supply; allotted amount; assigned portion of work

STIPEND STOIC STOKE STOLID STRATAGEM STRATUM STRIATED STRICTURE STRIDENT STRINGENT STULTIFY STUPOR STYMIE SUAVE SUAVITY SUBALTERN SUBJECTIVE SUBJUGATE SUBLIMATE SUBLIME SUBLIMINAL SUB-ROSA SUBSEQUENT SUBSERVIENT SUBSIDIARY SUBSIDY SUBSISTENCE SUBSTANTIATE SUBSTANTIVE SUBTERFUGE SUBTLETY SUBVERSIVE SUCCINCT SUCCOR SUCCULENT

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pay for services person who is indifferent to pleasure or pain to feed plentifully dull; impassive deceptive scheme layer of earth's surface; layer of society marked with parallel bands critical comments; severe and adverse criticism loud and harsh binding; rigid cause to appear foolish or inconsistent state of apathy; daze; lack of awareness present an obstacle; stump smooth; bland urbanity; polish subordinate occurring or taking place within the subject; unreal conquer; bring under control refine; purify exalted; noble; uplifting below the threshold in strict confidence; privately following; later behaving like a slave; servile; obsequious subordinate; secondary direct financial aid by government, etc existence; means of support; livelihood verify; support essential; pertaining to the substance pretense; evasion nicety; cunning; guile; delicacy tending to overthrow or ruin brief; terse; compact aid; assistance; relief juicy; full of richness

SUCCUMB SUDORIFIC SUFFUSE SULLEN SULLY SULTRY SUMMATION SUMPTUARY SUMPTUOUS SUNDER SUNDRY

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to yield; to die pertaining to perspiration spread over withdrawn and moody; ill-humored tarnish; soil sweltering act of finding the total; summary limiting or regulating expenditures lavish; rich separate; part various; several retired on pension because of age contemptuous; haughty trivial; shallow excess; overabundance place over something else heavenly; celestial person or thing in excess of what is necessary; extra cause to be set aside; replace lying on back flexible; pliant entreating; beseeching petition humbly; pray to grant a favor assumed; counterfeit; hypothetical create pus cessation cloy; overfeed rude; cross guess secret watching; guarding means of support, food, nourishment stitches sewn to hold the cut edges of a wound or incision; material used in sewing

SUPERANNUATE Adjective D SUPERCILIOUS SUPERFICIAL SUPERFLUITY SUPERIMPOSE SUPERNAL Adjective Adjective Noun Verb Adjective

SUPERNUMERAR Noun Y SUPERSEDE SUPINE SUPPLE SUPPLIANT SUPPLICATE SUPPURATE SURCEASE SURFEIT SURLY SURMISE SURVEILLANCE SUSTENANCE SUTURE Verb Adjective Adjective Adjective Verb Verb Noun Verb Adjective Verb Noun Noun Noun

SUPPOSITITIOUS Adjective

SURREPTITIOUS Adjective

SWATHE SWELTER SYCOPHANTIC SYLLOGISM SYLVAN SYMMETRY SYNCHRONOUS SYNTHESIS SYNTHETIC TACITURN TACTILE TAINTED TALISMAN TALON TANTALIZE TANTAMOUNT TANTRUM TARANTULA TARN

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wrap around; bandage be oppressed by heat servilely flattering logical formula utilizing a major premise, a minor premise and a conclusion pertaining to the woods; rustic arrangement of parts so that balance is obtained; congruity similarly timed; simultaneous with combining parts into a whole artificial; resulting from synthesis silent; reluctant to talk pertaining to the organs or sense of touch contaminated; corrupt charm claw of bird tease; torture with disappointment equal fit of petulance; caprice; a sudden attack of childish bad temper or anger venomous spider small mountain lake ragged fellow tight; ready needlessly repetitious; redundant unnecessary repetition; pleonasm cheap and gaudy boredom; weariness belief that a final purpose or design exists for the presence of individual beings or of the universe itself rash boldness; rashness restrained; self-controlled speed of music not lasting forever; limited by time; secular avoid committing oneself; gain time holding firm to a course of action, esp. in a courageous way;

TATTERDEMALIO Noun N TAUT TAUTOLOGICAL TAUTOLOGY TAWDRY TEDIUM TELEOLOGY TEMERARIOUS TEMERITY TEMPERATE TEMPO TEMPORAL TEMPORIZE TENACIOUS Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Adjective

not easily letting go or accepting defeat; persistent TENACITY TENDENTIOUS TENEBROUS TENET TENTATIVE TENUOUS TENURE TEPID Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective firmness; persistency; adhesiveness having an aim; designed to further a cause dark; gloomy doctrine; dogma provisional; experimental thin; rare; slim holding of an office; time during which such an office is held lukewarm; slightly warm; unenthusiastic evasion; fickleness shrew; scolding, brawling woman terms used in a science or art last stop of railroad American marsh tortoise on the earth concise; abrupt (brief and unfriendly, often conveying annoyance) ; pithy third inlaid; mosaic maker of a will irritable; short-tempered miracle worker; magician wisdom in divine things pertaining to heat slave; bondage song of lamentation; dirge violent anguish strangle baffle; frustrate aromatic plant used for seasoning quality of a musical tone produced by a musical instrument lack of self-confidence or courage fearful; demonstrating fear drink (alcoholic beverages) frequently

TERGIVERSATIO Noun N TERMAGANT TERMINOLOGY TERMINUS TERRAPIN TERRESTRIAL TERSE TERTIARY TESSELLATED TESTATOR TESTY THAUMATURGIE S THEOSOPHY THERMAL THRALL THRENODY THROES THROTTLE THWART THYME TIMBRE TIMIDITY TIMOROUS TIPPLE Noun Noun Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Noun Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun Verb Verb Noun Noun Noun Adjective Verb

TIRADE TITANIC TITHE TITILLATE TITULAR TOADY TOCSIN TOGA TOME TONSURE TOPOGRAPHY TORPID TORSO TORTILLA TORTUOUS TOUCHSTONE TOUCHY TOXIC TRACT TRACTABLE TRADUCE TRAJECTORY TRANQUILITY TRANSCEND TRANSCRIBE TRANSGRESSIO N TRANSIENT TRANSITION TRANSLUCENT TRANSMUTE TRANSPARENT TRANSPIRE TRAUMATIC TRAVAIL

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extended scolding; denunciation gigantic tax of one-tenth tickle nominal holding of title without obligations flatter for favors alarm bell Roman outer robe large volume shaving of the head, especially by person entering religious orders physical features of a region dormant; dull; lethargic trunk of statue with head and limbs missing; human trunk flat cake made of cornmeal, etc winding; full of curves stone used to test the fineness of gold alloys; criterion sensitive; irascible poisonous pamphlet; a region of indefinite size docile expose to slander path taken by a projectile calmness; peace exceed; surpass copy violation of a law; sin fleeting; quickly passing away; staying for a short time going from one state of action to another partly transparent change; convert to something different permitting light to pass through freely; easily detected exhale; become known; happen pertaining to an injury caused by violence painful labor

TRAVERSE TRAVESTY TREACLE TREATISE TREK TREMOR TREMULOUS TRENCHANT TRENCHERMAN TREPIDATION TRIBULATION TRIBUNAL TRIBUTE TRIDENT TRILOGY TRIOLET TRITE TROGLODYTE TROPE TROTH TRUCKLE TRUCULENT TRUISM TRUMPERY TRUNCATE TRYST TUMBREL TUMID TUNDRA TURBID TURBULENCE TURBULENT TUREEN TURGID TURNKEY

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go through or across comical parody; treatment aimed at making something appear ridiculous syrup obtained in refining sugar article treating a subject systematically and thoroughly travel; migrate trembling; slight quiver trembling; wavering cutting; keen good eater fear; trembling agitation distress; suffering court of justice tax levied by a ruler; mark of respect three-pronged spear group of three works eight-line stanza with rhyme scheme a b aaa b a b hackneyed; commonplace cave dweller figure of speech pledge of good faith especially in betrothal curry favor; act in an obsequious way aggressive; savage self-evident truth objects that are showy, valueless, deceptive cut the top off meeting a farm tipcart swollen; pompous; bombastic rolling, treeless plain in Siberia and arctic North America muddy; having the sediment disturbed state of violent agitation violently disturbed; agitated; unruly deep table dish for holding soup swollen; distended jailer

TURPITUDE TUTELAGE TUTELARY TYRO UBIQUITOUS UKASE ULTERIOR UMBRAGE UNASSUAGED UNASSUMING UNBRIDLED UNCANNY

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depravity guardianship; training protective; pertaining to a guardianship beginner; novice being everywhere; omnipresent official decree, usually Russian situated beyond; unstated resentment; anger; sense of injury or insult; to show that one's feeling have been hurt unsatisfied; not soothed modest violent; openly expressed strange; mysterious morally unacceptable; unreasonable; unscrupulous; excessive ill-mannered; awkward; outlandish; clumsy; boorish anointing with oil excessively ingratiating; oily, fatty, or greasy; insincerely suave move with wavelike motion dig up not earthly; weird plain; obvious accurately; without any mistake; infallibly steadfast; remaining strong and steady genuine; real awkward one-sided blameless and exemplary unrepressed without an equal; single in kind unity of pitch; complete accord disheveled; with uncared-for appearance harsh; severe; not lightened disobedient; lawless unbecoming; indecent

UNCONSCIONAB Adverb LE UNCOUTH UNCTION UNCTUOUS UNDULATE UNEARTH UNEARTHLY UNEQUIVOCAL UNERRINGLY UNFALTERING UNFEIGNED UNGAINLY UNILATERAL UNIMPEACHABL E UNINHIBITED UNIQUE UNISON UNKEMPT UNMITIGATED UNRULY UNSEEMLY Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Verb Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective Noun Adjective Adjective Adjective Adjective

UNSULLIED UNTENABLE UNTOWARD UNWITTING UNWONTED UPBRAID UPSHOT URBANE URSINE USUFRUCT USURPATION USURY UTOPIA UTTER UXORIOUS VACILLATION VACUOUS VAGARY VAINGLORIOUS VALANCE VALEDICTORY VALETUDINARIA N VAMPIRE VANGUARD VANTAGE VAPID VARIEGATED VASSAL VAUNTED VEER VEGETATE VEHEMENT VELLUM VENAL

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untarnished unsupportable unfortunate; annoying unintentional; not knowing unaccustomed scold; reproach outcome suave; refined; elegant bear like; pertaining to a bear right of enjoying things belonging to another act of seizing power and rank of another lending money at illegal rates of interest imaginary land with perfect social and political system (esp. of something bad) complete; absolute (Adj.) to make (a sound) or produce (words) sometimes with difficulty excessively devoted to one's wife fluctuation; wavering empty; inane; lacking content; empty of meaning caprice; whim boastful; excessively conceited; excessively proud short drapery hanging above window frame pertaining to farewell invalid ghostly being that sucks the blood of the living forerunners; advance forces position giving an advantage insipid; inane many-colored in feudalism, one who held land of a superior lord boasted; bragged; highly publicized change direction suddenly live in a monotonous way with conviction; done forcefully; impetuous; with marked vigor parchment; paper resembling vellum capable of being bribed

VENDETTA VENEER VENERABLE VENERATE VENIAL VENT VENTRAL VENTUROUS VERACIOUS VERBATIM VERBIAGE VERBOSE VERDANT VERDIGRIS VERITY VERMICULAR VERNAL VERSATILE VERTEX VERTIGINOUS VERTIGO VESTIGE VIABLE VIAND VICARIOUS VICISSITUDE VICTUALS VIE VIGILANCE VILIFY VINDICATE VINDICTIVE VIRAGO VIRILE VIRTUE

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feud; private warfare thin layer; cover deserving high respect revere; treat somebody with admiring respect forgivable; trivial express; utter abdominal daring truthful word for word pompous array of words wordy green; fresh a green coating on copper which has been exposed to the weather truth; reality pertaining to a worm pertaining to spring having many talents; capable of working in many fields summit giddy; causing dizziness dizziness trace; remains capable of maintaining life food acting as a substitute; done by a deputy change of fortune food contend; compete watchfulness slander clear of charges revengeful shrew manly goodness; good quality; admirable quality

VIRTUOSO VIRULENT VIRUS VISAGE VISCID VISCOUS VISIONARY VITIATE VITREOUS VITRIOLIC VITUPERATIVE VIVACIOUS VIVISECTION VOCIFEROUS VOGUE VOLATILE VOLITION VOLUBLE VOLUPTUOUS VORACIOUS VOTARY VOUCHSAFE VULNERABLE VYING WAGGISH WAN WANE WANTON WARRANTY WARY WASTREL WELKIN WELTER WHEEDLE WHET

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highly skilled artist extremely poisonous disease communicator face; appearance sticky; adhesive sticky; gluey produced by imagination; fanciful; mystical spoil the effect of; make inoperative pertaining to or resembling glass corrosive; sarcastic abusive; scolding animated; gay act of dissecting living animals clamorous; noisy popular fashion evaporating rapidly; lighthearted; mercurial act of making a conscious choice fluent; glib gratifying the senses ravenous follower of a cult grant condescendingly; guarantee susceptible to wounds contending mischievous; humorous; tricky having a pale or sickly color; pallid grow gradually smaller unruly; unchaste; excessive guarantee; assurance by seller very cautious profligate sky wallow cajole; coax; deceive by flattery stimulate; sharpen

WHIT WHORL WILY WINSOME WITLESS WITTICISM WIZARDRY WIZENED WONT WORLDLY WRAITH WREAK YEOMAN YOKEL ZEALOT ZENITH ZEPHYR

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smallest speck; smallest amount ring of leaves around stem; ring cunning; artful agreeable; gracious; engaging foolish; idiotic witty saying; facetious remark sorcery; magic withered; shriveled; dried up custom; habitual procedure not spiritual; engrossed in matters of this earth ghost; phantom of a living person cause havoc or destruction; inflict revenge; express anger or hatred man owning small estate; middle-class farmer country bumpkin fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal point directly overhead in the sky; summit gentle breeze; west wind; delicate fabric
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