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42 Cards in this Set

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proffer
offer for acceptance
judicious
showing good judgment; wise
devoid
empty; completely lacking
mundane
wordly; everday; uninterested in philosphical or spiritual matters
divulge
to make known something private or secret
expiate
atone; make amends for
deter
put off; postpone
circumspect
prudent; cautioius
loquacious
very talkatvie
parasitic
feeding off others
compunction
strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
propitious
favorable; fortunate; advantageous
temerity
rashness; boldness
collate
examine in order to verify authenticity; arrange in order
autonomy
self governing
auspice
a favorable sign or propitious cirucumstance
capitulate
surrender; come to terms
defection
desertion from loyalty, allegicance, duty or the like
conjecture
guess
cajole
to persuade by flattery or promises; wheedle
vilify
defame or slander
prevaricate
lie; to speak falsly or misleadingly with deliberate intent
mollify
to soften in feeling or temper; pacify; appease
abut
to touch of join at the edge or border
vociferate
to speak or cry out loudly or noisily; shout; bawl
midigate
to make less sever, intense, or painful
trepidation
tremulous fear; alarm; pertrubation
weedle
to endeavor to influence a person by flattering or by beguiling words or acts
reticent
disposed to be silent; reserved
inbibe
to consume by drinking
vacillate
waver in decision or opinion
encumbre
to impede or hinder; burden; weigh down
viable
capabel of living, growing, and develiping as a seed infant, plant etc
vituperation
characterized by verbal abuse
ruminate
meditate; ponder
allay
to put fear, doubt or anger to rest; calm; quiet
expostulate
to reason earnestly with a person against something he intends to do oor has done
espouse
to made ones own; adobt or embrace
enervate
to deprive or nerve, force or strength; weaken
decimate
to destroy a great number or proportion
ossify
to become inflexible or rigid in habits or opinions
fabricate
to devise or invent (a story, lie)