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33 Cards in this Set

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Abyss
A bottomless hole, a vast expanse or depth
noun
Advocacy
The support of an idea or cause
noun
Alliance
An association
noun
Apporbation
An offical approval
noun
Atone
To make amends
verb
Baseness
The quality of lacking higher values
noun
Casement
A window
noun
Defile
To pollute, to make dirty
verb
Depravity
Moral corruption; a wicked act
noun
Discern
To differentiate between two or more things
verb
Impotent
Powerless
adjective
Infamous
Having a reputation of the worst kind, vicious
adjective
Lassitude
The feeling of weariness, fatigue
noun
Mandate
Consent, permission, authorization
noun
Ostler
A stablehand
noun
Perishable
Likely to decay or spoil
adjective
Portal
A doorway (especially a large one)
noun
Rapier
A sword
noun
Raze
To completely destroy
verb (remember the word razor which wipes out all hair)
Revere
To honor, to regard with respect
verb (just like we honor Paul Revere today)
Sieve
A utensil for sifting or straining
noun
Snigger (snicker)
To laugh under one's breath
verb
Solitude
Isolation, privacy, loneliness
noun
Submissive
Yielding or surrendering oneself to the will of another
adjective
Summit
A peak, top, pinnacle, apex
noun
Tarry
To delay in coming or going, to linger
verb
Tawny
A light brown to brownish orange color
adjective
Torrent
A storm
noun
Unanimity
An agreement
noun
Vindicate
To justify, to prove correct
verb
Vindictive
Revengeful, Spiteful
adjective
Virtuous
Having excellent moral; righteous
adjective
Whim
A sudden and impuslive action
noun