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20 Cards in this Set

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Implement
tool; instument or to fulfill
Surmount
to overcome or to rise above
Adversary
an opponent or an enemy
Wrangle
a noisy quarrel or to win or obtain by argument
Homeage
something done or given to show respect or honor
Precedent
an act that serves as a example for later acts
Acknowledge
to admit or to recognize the rights or authority of or ro express thanks for
Surmount
real,true; concerned with realities and not the thinking of the person; detached and without prejudice; a purpose, something aimed for
Elude
to escape from or avoid; to escape the understanding of
Exploits
a hold or brilliant act; to use to full advantage; to make unfair use of
Lax
loose or slack; relaxed; careless; not strict
Evict
to force a person by law to leave a building the person has leased or rented; to force out, eject
Ostracize
to shut out or exclude from a group; to banish
Incompatible
unable to agree or get along;conflicting; mismatched
Solvent
able to meet financial obligations; able to dissolve another substance; a liquid capable of dissolving another substance
Subsequent
later;coming after;following in time
Formidable
hard to overcome or deal with;cauing fear; awe-inspiring
Addicted
given up to a habit or compulsion
Radical
fundamental or basic; favoring basic or drastic change(in the social structure); extreme departure from the usual; someone holding radical views
Defraud
to take away or deprive of a right or property by deceit; to swindle