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19 Cards in this Set

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Simulate
(v) To imitate; to show the outer signs of.
Transcend
(v) To rise above or beyond, exceed.
Provincial
(adj) Local or narrow-minded in ideas or outlook.
Unctuous
(adj) Fatty, oily, and pliable; smooth or smug.
Umbrage
(n) Foliage giving shade; shade from a trees.
Expostulate
(v) To attempt to dissuade someone from course or decision.
Intercede
(v)To plead on behalf of someone else; to serve as a third party or go between in a disagreement.
Petulant
(adj) easily irritated and upset.
Hiatus
(n) A gap, break, or opening (in the sense of having an element missing.)
Innuendo
(n) A hint,indirect suggestion or reference (often in a derogatory sense.)
Hackneyed
(v) To make common or frequent use of.
Jaded
(adj) Wearied, worn-out.
Prerogative
(n) A special right or privilege.
Decadence
(v) To morally decline, or decay.
Meritorious
(adj) Worthy, deserving recognition and praise.
Coalition
(n) A combination or union for some specific reason.
Approbation
(n) Official approval or sanction
Assuage
(v) To put an end to, appease, satisfy,quench, or relieve.
Elicit
(v) To draw forth, or bring out from some source( Such as a person.)