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15 Cards in this Set

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(1) Easy and pleasand to speak to; approachable
(2) Gentle and Gracious.
Immoderate desire for wealth; cupidity. Greed for money.
(1) A disposition to show mercy, especially to an offender of enemy.
(2) A merciful, kind or lenient act
(3) Mildness, especially of weather.
(1) Indended to delay
(2) Tending to postpone or delay; procrastinate.
(1) Light and insubstantial; intangible.
(2) Highly refined; delicate
(3) of the celetial spherees; heavenly. Not of this world; spiritual
The Ghost had a very ethereal look to it.
An often homeless boy who roams about the streets; an urchin
After the woman picked up the gamin who hasn't eaten in days, she treated him to dinner in a fancy resturant.
(1) Impossible to penetrate
(2) Impossible to affect.
Extreme nationalism characterized especially by a belligerant foreign policy, chuvinistic patriotism.
The child who was trying to imitate the jingoist displayed on the TV said, "My Nation is better than your country."
(1) An environment or setting; creating an ambiance with the whole package.
Since he was born and brought up in Boston, his Milieu was that of new England.
ONUS (n)
(1) A difficlt or disagreeable responsibility or position that is ahead in space or time
(1) to serve as an omen or a warning of; presage
(2) To indicate by prediction; forecast.
(1) Not easily understood, abstruse
(2) Concerned with or treating something abstruse or obscure
(3) concealed; hidden
To examine or observe with great care; inspect critically.
After they discovered the wreckage they scrutinized the man's position before pulling him out.
(1) Obtained, done, or made by clandestine or stealthy means. (2) Acting with or marked by stealth.
The surreptitious theft stole over 60 million dollars worth in artifacts from the musseum
URBANE (adj)
Polite, refined, and often elegant in manner.
As we entered the mansion the quite urbane butler asked us to join Mr. Wilson for some tea.