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39 Cards in this Set

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Feign
v. pretend
wan
adj. lacking color
complacent
adj. self-satisfied
anon
adv. soon
contiguous
adj. uninterrupted
interpouse
v. mediate
apathetic
adj. indifferent or unresponsive
languid
adj. listless
strident
adj. having an irritated quality
deft
adj. clever
clad
adj. dressed
erroneous
adj. wrong
vehement
adj. stongly emotional
cordial
adj. friendly
impetuous
adj. impulsive
vacuous
adj. lacking intelligence
corpulent
adj. stout
provincial
adj. narrow or illiberal
din
n. noisy clamor
Valor
N. bravery
somnambulatory
adj. related to sleep walking
denizen
n. a resident
jaunty
adj. easy and sprightly in manner
obstinate
adj. stubborn
exult
v. rejoice
hulking
adj. bulky
nebulous
adj. hazy or confused
laudable
adj. commendable
insidious
adj. intended to trick
debauch
n. an unhibited party
ingratiate
v. to establish oneself in the favor of others by deliberate effort
dilatory
adj. tardy
tumult
n. uproar
portentous
adj. omnious
rancor
n. hatred
settee
n. a seat for 2 with back and arms and upholstered
garrulous
adj. talkative about trivial matters
pasquinade
n. a lampoon posted in public
elocution
n. a persons manor of speaking in public