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32 Cards in this Set

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Advocate
to speak or write in favor of, to urge by argument
Verb
Predispose
make susceptible
Verb
Speculate
to engage in thought or reflection
Adjective
Compel(ling)
to secure or bring about by force, to overpower
Verb
Irrepressible
incapable of being repressed or restrained
Adjective
Vigilantism
any person who takes the law into his/her own hands
Noun
Atheist
a person who denies or disbelieves the existence of a supreme being or beings
Noun
Cohesive
well integrated or unified
Adjective
Precursor
one that indicates the approach of another; harbinger
Noun
Quiescent
being at rest, quiet, still, inactive, and motionless
Adjective
Inextricable
incapable of being undone or solved
Adjective
Inexplicable
incapable of being accounted for explained
Adjective
Implication
something implied or suggested as naturally to be inferred or understood
Noun
Indict(ed)
to accuse of wrongdoing; charge
Verb
Arraign(ment)
to accuse or change in general , finding fault with
Verb
Solace
comfort in sorrow
Noun
Drub
to beat with a stick
Verb
Repugnant
distasteful, or offensive
Adjective
Impunity
exemption from punishment or loss
Noun
Misogynist(ic)
hatred, dislike or mistrust of women
Noun
Largeese
generous bestowal of gifts
Noun
Pretense
make-believe, a false showing of something
Noun
Benign
showing excessive gentleness, or kindness
Adjective
Subsidy(ize)
to buy over, bribery
Verb
Gluttony
excessive eating or drinking
Noun
Lurid
gruelsome, horrible, revolting
Adjective
Ape
an imitator, to mimic
Verb
Verisimilitude
the appearance or semblance of truth, likelihood, probability
Noun
Bowdlerize
to remove material that is considered offensive
Verb
Eviscerate
to deprive of vital or essential parts
Verb
Paramount
above others in rank or authority, superior in power
Adjective
Resurgent
reviving, rising again
Adjective