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47 Cards in this Set

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(n) disagreement, conflict, friction
accord
(v) sell, buy, parchase
barter
(adj) civil, courteous, lengthy, detailed
curt
(adj) clumsy, awkward, ungainly
dexterous
(v) bore, stultify, put to sleep
engross
(v) exclude, rule out, preclude
entail
(v) deprogram, brainwash
habituate
(adj, part) distant, remote
impending
(adj) unpleasant, disagreeable, obnoxious
personable
(v) cherish
rue
(v) take seriously, admire, revere
scoff
(n) confidence, self-assurance, poise
trepidation
(v) praise, pat on the back
upbraid
(adj) false, specious
veritable
(v) please, delight, soothe, mollify
vex
(n) lifelessness, torpor, lethargy
vitality
(adj) serious, sober, matter-of-fact, realistic
whimsical
(v) enrage, provoke, irritate
appease
(adj) early, ahead of time
belated
(adj) fortunate, beneficial, salutary
calamitous
(v) ignore, disregard
cite
(adj) outlandish, bizarre, unorthodox
conventional
(v) precede, come before
ensue
(n) cowardice, boorishness
gallantry
(v) withhold, keepback, conceal
impart
(adj) foolish, thoughtless, ill-considered
judicious
(adj) conventional, orthodox, staid, sober
outlandish
(adj) meek, unassuming, self-effacing
overbearing
(adj) sullen, gloomy, morose, peevish
pert
(adj) energetic, hardworking, ambitious
shiftless
(v) purify, decontaminate, cleanse
taint
(v) retain
abdicate
(v) recieve, take, take back, take away
bestow
(adj) cramped, confined, restricted, narrow
capacious
(adj) bland, mild, sugary, saccharine
caustic
(v) repair, restore, renovate, recondition
deface
(n) sound reasoning, logic
fallacy
(n) seriousness, humorlessness, solemnity
levity
(n) millionaire, philanthropist
mendicant
(v) delight, tickle pink
nauseate
(v) affirm, confirm, corroborate, buttress
negate
(adj) unimportant, insignificant
pivotal
(n) donor, benefactor, contributor
recipient
(v) lack, be wanting
teem
(adj) unruly, obstreperous, refractory
tractable
(adj) nimble, agile, supple, graceful
ungainly
(adj) indifferent, apathetic
voracious