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58 Cards in this Set

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analogy
comparison
arbitrary
tyrannical

(ant: legitimate)
arbitrate
decide a dispute,

a judge
axiom
self-evident truth
bias
prejudice
bigoted
intolerant, narrow-minded
bigotry
intolerance
cogitate
ponder, deliberate
criterion
standard
cruz
essential part
deduce
infer, derive by reasoning
dilemma
predicament
dogmatic
opinionated, without proof
eclectic
selective
fallacious
misleading
fallible
mistaken
heterodox
nonconformist
hypothetical
supposed
illusion
misconception
indubitable
indisputable
orthodox
accepted
paradoxical
self-contradictory but true
plausible
superficially true - people
preposterous
absurd
rational
sensible
rationalize
excuses for one's actions
sophistry
clever but deceptive reasoning
specious
superfically true - statistics
speculate
reflect
tenable
defensible
amorphous
shapeless, unorganized
concave
curved in
contour
outline
distort
twist from true shape/meaning
malleable
capable of being bent
rotund
plump
sinuous
sepentine
symmetrical
equal halves
symmetry
balance, harmony
grave
serious
nugatory
worthless
paltry
petty, trashy
paramount
supreme
relevant
bearing upon the matter in hand, pertinent
coy
pretending to be shy
demure
falsely modest or serious
diffident
lacking confidence
modest
humble
modesty
freedom from vanity, humility
staid
settled, quiet disposition
brazen
shameless, or of brass/bronze
egoism
selfishness
ostentatious
done to impress others
overweening
arrogant
pert
bold, lively
vain
conceited, empty, futile
vainglorious
excessively proud
vanity
vain about one's appearance or achivements