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61 Cards in this Set

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equipoise
equal distribution of weight
eschew
to shun
estimable
worthy
exegesis
critical examination
exemplar
typical or standard
expiate
to atone or make amends for
expostulate
to argue earnestly in order to dissuade, correct, or protest
exscind
to cut out
extirpate
to destroy
fallow
inactive; dormant
fatuous
foolish
feckless
irresponsible
felicitous
well-chosen
fetid
stinking
fetter
to put in chains
filigree
an ornamental work
foment
to incite; to rouse
forbearance
patience
forestall
to prevent an action
forswear
to renounce
fractious
rebellious; unruly
frieze
raised-surface ornamental facade to a building
frieze
raised-surface ornamental facade to a building
froward
not willing to comply
gambol
to skip about playfully
garner
to store up
gauche
crude; awkward
gossamer
delicate; insincere
hermetic
airtight
heterodox
unorthodox
hirsute
hairy
homiletics
the art of preaching
idyll
carefree person or event
imbroglio
difficult situation
imperious
arrogant
importune
to beg
impugn
to attack verbally
indolent
lazy
ineluctable
inevitable
inimical
hostile; unfriendly
errant
traveling; itinerant
evince
worthy
excoriate
to upbraid
expatiate
to comment/write about in length
expurgate
to purify
extant
existing; not destroyed/lost
florid
ruddy; ornate
fracas
brawl
gainsay
to deny, dispute, contradict
guile
chicanery
hallow
to make holy
harrow
to torment; cause stress
heretical
unorthodox
homily
a sermon/morally instructive lecture
iconoclastic
heretical
ignominious
shameful; dishonourable
impassive
stoic
impute
to attribute to a cause/source
indefatigable
tirelessness
ingenuous
trusting; naive;
inherent
innate