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Microbe
Organism invisible to the naked eye especially one that causes disease
Microcosm
A miniature world. Something that resembles something else on a very small scale.
Miniscule
Extremely small.
Minutia
A small or trivial detail.
Attenuate
To make slender or small.
Tenuous
Thin in form.
Satiate
To satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess.
Comply
To do as one is asked or ordered.
Implement
To carry out; to put into effect.
Replete
Well-stocked or abundantly supplied.
Completely filled; utterly satisfied.
Copius
Plentiful; in large amounts
Macrocosm
Any great whole.
Magnanimous
Noble and generous, expecially in forgiving not petty.
Magnate
A wealthy influential person; especially in business. ex. bill gates
Magnitude
Greatness of importance or size.
The degree of brightness of a star.
Megalomania
A form of mental illness in which a person has exagerated ideas of his or own importance.
Polygamy
system of having more than one spouse at a time.
Polygon
A flat shape with m any straight sides.
antibellum
Of a period before a war, especially the american civil war.
Antecedent
A thing or event that precedes.
The n oun to which a pronoun refers to (Grammar)
Anterior
Coming before in position or time.
Avante Garde
Ahead of the times, especially in arts.
A group that is ahead of the times.
Vanguard
Leaders of a movement fashion
Precept
A command, a rule of conduct.

Teaching the basics of a game.
Predestination
The belief that what happens in human life has already been determined by some higher power.
Preempt
To take posession of something before anyone else can do so.
Premonition
Warning in advance
Preposterous
absurd, contrary to nature or reason
Pretentious
Showy, pompous, claiming unjustified distinction.

Show off
Premier
First in time or importance
Primate
A member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, apes and humans
Prime
First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time.

Chief, most important

To prepare something or someone for use or action.
Primeval
Belonging to the first ages; ancient.
Primordial
Primeval, original, fundamental.
Posterior
Situated behind or at the back.

The buttocks
Posterity
Future generations
Pandemonium
Uproar
Holocaust
A great distruction; especially by fire
Totalitarian
Refering to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
cloister
A covered walk along the inside walls of a building usually looking out on a courtyard.
Inception
The beginning of something.
Incipient
In its early stages; beginning.
Vanity
Conceit;especially about ones appearance
Vaunt
To boast or brag about something
Aperture
An opening, especially one that admits light.
overt
done or shown openly
Preclude
To prevent or make impossible
Recluse
A person who avoids mixing with people
Panacea
A cure for all diseases or troubles
omnipotent
Having unlimited power; all powerful
Omnipresent
Present everywhere.
Catholic
Universal including most things
Omniverous
Feeding on both plants and meat.
omnipresent
present everywhere
catholic
universal including most things
pandimonim
uproar