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ABDICATE ABJURE ABLUTION ABNEGATE ABROGATE ABSTEMIOUS ABSTRUSE ABUT ACERBIC

to give up a position, right, or power to reject, abandon formally act of cleansing to deny, renounce to abolish or invalidate by authority consuming moderately difficult to comprehend to touch, to be in contact with bitter, sharp in taste or temper highest point, summit to agree or comply in silence skillful, accomplished, highly competent to sketch, outline in a shadowy way nook or nest built high in the air unselfish concern for others' welfare itinerant; walking around to diminish by installment payments accessory, subordinate; helping prehistoric, ancient beyond measure; coming before the biblical flood attributing human qualities to nonhumans; having human qualities poise, confidence one who renounces a religious faith a short, instructive saying deification; glorified ideal relating to trees; living in trees diligent, persistent, hardworking drunkenly festive to refuse, shirk; prevent saintly, angelic huge creature to misrepresent; expose as false

32. BENISON 33. BIFURCATE 34. BILIOUS 35. BONHOMIE

blessing divide into two parts easily irritated, relating to bile good-natured geniality; atmosphere of good cheer defense wall; anything serving as defense to flatter, coax, persuade disastrous, catastrophic false and malicious accusation, misrepresentation,slander a lie to strike and rebound a procession shame, embarrassment, humiliation quack, fake piece of personal property fanciful, imaginary, visionary; impossible easily angered, short-tempered rude tank for rainwater to grow together; cause to unite as one strongbox, large chest for money family name; any name, especially a nickname physical grace and beauty roomy, spacious feeling guilty or having misgivings overcoming distrust or hostility big, destructive fire similar in tastes and habits of the same origin; related by blood quarrelsome, disagreeable, belligerent rebellious obesity, fatness, bulkiness to mold in a shape with parallel grooves and ridges to pamper, treat with great care

2. 3. 4. 5.

36. BULWARK

6. 7. 8. 9.

37. CAJOLE 38. CALAMITOUS 39. CALUMNY

10. ACME 11. ACQUIESCE 12. ADROIT

40. CANARD 41. CAROM 42. CAVALCADE 43. CHAGRIN 44. CHARLATAN 45. CHATTEL 46. CHIMERICAL

13. ADUMBRATE

14. AERIE 15. ALTRUISM

47. CHOLERIC 48. CHURLISH 49. CISTERN 50. COALESCE

16. AMBULATORY 17. AMORTIZE

18. ANCILLARY 19. ANTEDILUVIAN

51. COFFER 52. COGNOMEN

20. ANTHROPOMORPHIC

53. COMELINESS 54. COMMODIOUS 55. COMPUNCTIOUS 56. CONCILIATORY 57. CONFLAGRATION 58. CONGENIAL 59. CONSANGUINEOUS 60. CONTENTIOUS

21. APLOMB 22. APOSTATE

23. APOTHEGM 24. APOTHEOSIS 25. ARBOREAL 26. ASSIDUOUS 27. BACCHANALIAN 28. BALK 29. BEATIFIC 30. BEHEMOTH 31. BELIE

61. CONTUMACIOUS 62. CORPULENCE 63. CORRUGATE

64. COSSET

65. COTERIE

small group of persons with a similar purpose group of witches cranky person downward slope harmful, destructive, detrimental flood leader or rabble-rouser who usually uses appeals to emotion or prejudice to slur or blacken someone's reputation to discover or reveal allowing light to show through; delicate authoritative statement; popular saying excessively instructive relating to a flood small to cause perplexity and embarrassment the female branch of a family to move or act confusedly or without clear purpose daily rigidly devoted to theories sadness courageous amusing in a wry, subtle way suffering from indigestion; gloomy and irritable exhilarated, full of enthusiasm and high spirits outpouring of gases or vapors brilliantly shining conspicuously bad to correct a text having soothing qualities, esp. for skin warm praise belonging to a particular area, inherent boredom, lack of interest and energy person with refined taste in food and wine representative of an entire group; summary fake

100. ESCHEW 101. EVINCE 102. EXORCISE 103. EXPATIATE

to abstain from, avoid to show clearly, display, signify to expel evil spirits to wander; to discuss or describe at length to atone for, make amends for to erase, eliminate completely to censor unrehearsed, on the spur of the moment to praise to estimate witty in an inappropriate way stupid; smugly foolish; unconsciously foolish intense loyalty fertile, fruitful, productive foul-smelling, putrid doomed to steal appropriate for a child limp, flabby, weak to grow, sprout leaves to repudiate, renounce, disclaim, reject noisy dispute unruly, rebellious wildly frantic, frenzied, hectic to explode with anger excessive, overdone, sickeningly abundant secret, stealthy to deny to dance or skip around playfully crude, socially awkward to begin to grow (as in a seed or idea) to make heckling, taunting remarks fluent in an insincere manner; offhand, casual having to do with knowledge

66. COVEN 67. CURMUDGEON 68. DECLIVITY 69. DELETERIOUS 70. DELUGE 71. DEMAGOGUE

104. EXPIATE 105. EXPUNGE 106. EXPURGATE 107. EXTEMPORANEOUS

72. DENIGRATE 73. DESCRY 74. DIAPHANOUS 75. DICTUM 76. DIDACTIC 77. DILUVIAL 78. DIMINUTIVE 79. DISCOMFIT 80. DISTAFF 81. DITHER

108. EXTOL 109. EXTRAPOLATE 110. FACETIOUS 111. FATUOUS

112. FEALTY 113. FECUND 114. FETID 115. FEY 116. FILCH 117. FILIAL 118. FLACCID 119. FOLIATE 120. FORSWEAR

82. DIURNAL 83. DOCTRINAIRE 84. DOLOR 85. DOUGHTY 86. DROLL 87. DYSPEPTIC

121. FRACAS 122. FRACTIOUS 123. FRENETIC 124. FULMINATE 125. FULSOME

88. EBULLIENT

89. EFFLUVIA 90. EFFULGENT 91. EGREGIOUS 92. EMEND 93. EMOLLIENT 94. ENCOMIUM 95. ENDEMIC 96. ENNUI 97. EPICURE 98. EPITOME 99. ERSATZ

126. FURTIVE 127. GAINSAY 128. GAMBOL 129. GAUCHE 130. GERMINATE

131. GIBE 132. GLIB

133. GNOSTIC

134. GRANDILOQUENCE

pompous talk, fancy but meaningless language free, voluntary; unnecessary and unjustified relating to sense of taste worn out by over-use a pompous speech leadership, domination, usually by a country opposed to an established religious orthodoxy tightly sealed very old; whitish or gray from age to farm; manage carefully and thriftily peculiarity of temperament, eccentricity disgraceful and dishonorable type or kind unreal, deceptive to infuse; dye; wet, moisten poor, having no money arrogantly self-assured, domineering, overbearing unwise spontaneous, without rehearsal to call into question, attack verbally having bodily form combustible, flammable, burning easily to teach; impress in the mind to blame; charge with a crime never tired very poor habitually lazy, idle unquestionable unable to move, tending to inactivity incapable of making a mistake original, clever, inventive to bring oneself purposely into another's good graces entrance

167. INNUENDO

indirect and subtle criticism, insinuation sly, treacherous, devious insurmountable, unconquerable to forbid, prohibit someone taking part in a dialogue trespasser; meddler in others' affairs deadly to both sides to insert; change by adding new words or material a space between things clue, suggestion fearless inherent, internal to harden; accustom; become used to confirmed, long-standing, deeply rooted likely to provoke ill will, offensive wandering from place to place, unsettled to shift suddenly from one side to the other belligerent support of one's country jovial, playful, humorous huge force destroying everything in its path philosophy of law fate sound of a funeral bell; omen of death or failure tearful disapprove angrily relating to precious stones generosity; gift lethargy, sluggishness trickery humor, frivolity, gaiety dictionary, list of words lustful immoral; unrestrained by society clear and simple in style

135. GRATUITOUS

168. INSIDIOUS 169. INSUPERABLE 170. INTERDICT 171. INTERLOCUTOR 172. INTERLOPER 173. INTERNECINE 174. INTERPOLATE

136. GUSTATORY 137. HACKNEYED 138. HARANGUE 139. HEGEMONY

140. HERETICAL

141. HERMETIC 142. HOARY 143. HUSBAND

175. INTERSTICE 176. INTIMATION 177. INTREPID 178. INTRINSIC 179. INURE 180. INVETERATE

144. IDIOSYNCRASY

145. IGNOMINIOUS 146. ILK 147. ILLUSORY 148. IMBUE 149. IMPECUNIOUS 150. IMPERIOUS

181. INVIDIOUS 182. ITINERANT

183. JIBE

184. JINGOISM 185. JOCULAR 186. JUGGERNAUT

151. IMPOLITIC 152. IMPROMPTU 153. IMPUGN 154. INCARNATE 155. INCENDIARY

187. JURISPRUDENCE 188. KISMET 189. KNELL

156. INCULCATE 157. INCULPATE 158. INDEFATIGABLE 159. INDIGENT 160. INDOLENT 161. INDUBITABLE 162. INERT 163. INFALLIBLE 164. INGENIOUS 165. INGRATIATE

190. LACHRYMOSE 191. LAMBASTE 192. LAPIDARY 193. LARGESS 194. LASSITUDE 195. LEGERDEMAIN 196. LEVITY 197. LEXICON 198. LIBIDINOUS 199. LICENTIOUS 200. LIMPID

166. INGRESS

201. LINIMENT

medicinal liquid used externally to ease pain to treat as a celebrity easily flexed, limber, agile sorrowful, mournful gruesome, producing horror plot or scheme humorous misuse of a word ill-willed; causing evil or harm to others diverse, varied; comprised of many parts strict disciplinarian; one who rigidly follows rules overly sentimental sickeningly sentimental mental state with delusions of wealth and power dishonest beggar quick, shrewd, and unpredictable deserving reward or praise menacing, threatening relating to memory; designed to assist memory to shed hair, skin, or an outer layer periodically caustic, biting small particle, speck diverse generous lowest point starting to develop, coming into existence vague, cloudy black magic vicious, evil new word or expression novice, beginner belief that existence and all traditional values are meaningless stinking, putrid harmful, unwholesome

235. NUMISMATICS 236. OBFUSCATE 237. OBSTREPEROUS 238. OMNIPOTENT 239. OMNISCIENT 240. OSCILLATE 241. OUSTER 242. PAEAN 243. PALLIATE 244. PANACEA 245. PANEGYRIC 246. PANOPLY 247. PARLEY 248. PAROCHIAL 249. PARSIMONY 250. PASTICHE

coin collecting to confuse, obscure troublesome, boisterous, unruly having unlimited power having infinite knowledge to move back and forth expulsion, ejection a song of praise or thanksgiving to make less serious, ease cure-all elaborate praise; formal hymn of praise impressive array discussion, usually between enemies of limited scope or outlook, provincial stinginess piece of literature or music imitating other works scarcity, lack minor sin or offense theft of money or goods inclination next to last partial shadow walk about using circumlocution very harmful shrewd, astute, keen-witted persistent, stubborn massed group of soldiers, people, or things narrow-minded person, someone lacking appreciation for art or culture to braid resounding; plaintive applause relating to air; worked by compressed air controversy, argument; verbal attack speaker of many languages to put in position; to suggest an idea principle; law

202. LIONIZE 203. LISSOME 204. LUGUBRIOUS 205. MACABRE 206. MACHINATION 207. MALAPROPISM 208. MALEVOLENT 209. MANIFOLD 210. MARTINET

211. MAUDLIN 212. MAWKISH 213. MEGALOMANIA

214. MENDACIOUS 215. MENDICANT 216. MERCURIAL 217. MERITORIOUS 218. MINATORY 219. MNEMONIC

251. PAUCITY 252. PECCADILLO 253. PECULATION 254. PENCHANT 255. PENULTIMATE 256. PENUMBRA 257. PERAMBULATE 258. PERIPHRASTIC 259. PERNICIOUS 260. PERSPICACIOUS 261. PERTINACIOUS 262. PHALANX

220. MOLT

221. MORDACIOUS 222. MOTE 223. MULTIFARIOUS 224. MUNIFICENT 225. NADIR 226. NASCENT

227. NEBULOUS 228. NECROMANCY 229. NEFARIOUS 230. NEOLOGISM 231. NEOPHYTE 232. NIHILISM

263. PHILISTINE

264. PLAIT 265. PLANGENT 266. PLAUDIT 267. PNEUMATIC 268. POLEMIC 269. POLYGLOT 270. POSIT 271. PRECEPT

233. NOISOME 234. NOXIOUS

272. PRECURSOR 273. PREDILECTION 274. PRESCIENT 275. PRIVATION 276. PROBITY 277. PROGENITOR

forerunner, predecessor preference, liking having foresight lack of usual necessities or comforts honesty, high-mindedness originator, forefather, ancestor in a direct line to predict productive, fertile tedious; wordy to make known publicly nearness favorable, advantageous to induce someone to convert to a particular belief or religion lying face downward, lying flat on the ground main character in a play or story, hero prudent, frugal rustic, unsophisticated, limited in scope lustful, exhibiting lewd desires childish, immature, silly beauty an authority or critic cowardly inclined to complain, irritable occurring daily; commonplace a witty, skillful storyteller lighthearted jesting bitter hatred greedy; predatory reestablishing a cordial relationship to tear down, demolish resisting authority or control tendency to repeat previous behavior relating to obscure learning; known to only a few disloyal; cowardly relief from wrong or injury

307. REJOINDER 308. RENEGE 309. RENITENT 310. REPAST 311. REPROBATE 312. REQUITE 313. RESPITE 314. RESTIVE 315. RETINUE

response to go back on one's word resisting pressure, obstinate meal morally unprincipled person to return or repay interval of relief impatient, uneasy, restless group of attendants with an important person boisterous festivity humorous in a vulgar way a retort very highly ornamented round in shape; fat to contemplate, reflect upon extremely sacred; beyond criticism shrewd, wise lustful healthful ruddy; cheerfully optimistic wise sheath for sword or dagger very small amount to sparkle, flash vulgar, low, indecent behavior promoting rebellion aging, growing old aware, conscious, able to perceive typical of a place of burial angelic, pure, sublime to avoid a task due to laziness or fear to smirk, smile foolishly well-paying job or office that requires little or no work winding; intricate, complex to quench or moderate untidy, messy visit, stay

278. PROGNOSTICATE 279. PROLIFIC 280. PROLIX 281. PROMULGATE 282. PROPINQUITY 283. PROPITIOUS 284. PROSELYTIZE

316. REVELRY 317. RIBALD 318. RIPOSTE 319. ROCOCO 320. ROTUND 321. RUMINATE 322. SACROSANCT 323. SAGACIOUS 324. SALACIOUS 325. SALUBRIOUS 326. SANGUINE 327. SAPIENT 328. SCABBARD 329. SCINTILLA 330. SCINTILLATE 331. SCURRILOUS 332. SEDITION 333. SENESCENT 334. SENTIENT 335. SEPULCHRAL 336. SERAPHIC 337. SHIRK 338. SIMPER 339. SINECURE

285. PROSTRATE

286. PROTAGONIST

287. PROVIDENT 288. PROVINCIAL

289. PRURIENT 290. PUERILE 291. PULCHRITUDE 292. PUNDIT 293. PUSILLANIMOUS 294. QUERULOUS 295. QUOTIDIAN 296. RACONTEUR 297. RAILLERY 298. RANCOR 299. RAPACIOUS 300. RAPPROCHEMENT 301. RAZE 302. RECALCITRANT 303. RECIDIVISM 304. RECONDITE

340. SINUOUS 341. SLAKE 342. SLOVENLY 343. SOJOURN

305. RECREANT 306. REDRESS

344. SOLECISM 345. SOLIPSISM 346. SOMNAMBULIST 347. SONOROUS 348. SOPHIST 349. SPORTIVE 350. SQUALID 351. STAID 352. STENTORIAN 353. STRIATE 354. STRINGENT 355. STYMIE 356. SUBTERFUGE 357. SULLY 358. SUPERCILIOUS

grammatical mistake belief that the self is the only reality sleepwalker producing a full, rich sound person good at arguing deviously frolicsome, playful filthy; morally repulsive self-restrained, strait-laced extremely loud striped, grooved imposing severe, rigorous standards to block or thwart trick or tactic used to avoid something to soil, stain, tarnish; taint arrogant, haughty, overbearing, condescending rude and bad-tempered characterized by secrecy person devoted to pleasure and luxury self-serving flatterer, yes-man temporary irregularity in musical rhythm vivid description, striking incident or scene something producing a magical effect equivalent in value or significance; amounting to recklessness relating to time; chronological defensible, reasonable belief, doctrine weak, insubstantial a sad poem or song to impede or hamper acute, sharp, incisive; forceful, effective shallow, superficial savage and cruel; fierce; ready to fight swollen, bloated inherent vileness, foulness, depravity beginner, novice

380. UMBRAGE 381. UNCTUOUS 382. UNFETTERED 383. UNSULLIED 384. UNTOWARD 385. URBANE 386. USURY 387. VACUOUS

offense, resentment greasy, oily; smug and falsely earnest free, unrestrained clean not favorable; unruly courteous, refined, suave lending money at exorbitant rates empty, void; lacking intelligence, purposeless varied; marked with different colors manly, having qualities of an adult male thick, syrupy, and sticky reduce in value or effectiveness burning, caustic; sharp, bitter to abuse verbally loud, vocal, and noisy speaking much and easily, talkative; glib easily irritated withered, shriveled, wrinkled a ghost fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers highest point, summit

388. VARIEGATED 389. VIRILE 390. VISCOUS 391. VITIATE 392. VITRIOLIC 393. VITUPERATE 394. VOCIFEROUS 395. VOLUBLE 396. WASPISH 397. WIZENED 398. WRAITH 399. XENOPHOBIA 400. ZENITH

359. SURLY 360. SURREPTITIOUS 361. SYBARITE 362. SYCOPHANT 363. SYNCOPATION

364. TABLEAU

365. TALISMAN 366. TANTAMOUNT

367. TEMERITY 368. TEMPORAL 369. TENABLE 370. TENET 371. TENUOUS 372. THRENODY 373. TRAMMEL 374. TRENCHANT 375. TRITE 376. TRUCULENT 377. TURGID 378. TURPITUDE 379. TYRO

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