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221 Cards in this Set

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making the tongue dry and rough, harsh, severe
Austere
rule
Canon
hidden, secret
Crypt
master, lord
Despot
image
Icon
countless
Myriads
pasturage, one who roams
Nomad
to work, Bacchic or Dionysian rituals
Orgies
"cuttings", volume or selection of a book
Tomes
west wind
Zephyr
from a secret, pertaining to a secret
Apocryphal
loosening back, dissolving
Analytical
the state of no growth
Atrophy
like living in both
Amphibious
relating to memory
Mnenomic
All the Gods
Pantheon
to refer to a wrong time
Anachronism
a dance who acted in dumb show supported by a chorus and instrumental music
Pantomime
one who doesn't believe in God
Atheist
Against the foot
Antipodal
taking away pain
Analgesic
to tak back, to talk again
Analogy
against life
Antibiotics
the act/state of cutting back
Anatomy
made into God
Apotheosized
to loosen apart, to break down
Catalytic
speaking between two people
Dialogue
the place of all the demons, the captial of Hell in Milton's word
Pandemonium
not remembering
Amnesty
away from Earth
Apogee
to make an incision into, to abridge
Epitome
out from the center
Eccentric
belonging in a people
Endemic
opponent, rival, agent
Antagonistic
the act of being in the same sense
Glossary
pertaining to a good death
Euthanasia
going out
Exdous
upon the people
Epidemic
all the people
Pandemic
the act of marrying outside of
Exogamy
(written) upon a tomb
Epitaph
not of the blood
Anemic
being in the circle
Encyclical
bad or disordered growth
Dsytrophy
in one day
Ephemeral
being sent out from
Apostolic
to send upon
Epistolary
to speak well
Eulogy
one who is a good messenger
Evangelical
speak in addition to
Epilogue
to arrange together
Syntax
to carry after
Metaphor
below the skin
Hypodermic
against the rule
Anomaly
disordered teaching
Parodoxical
the state of excessive growth
Hypertrophy
one who is not knowing
Agnostic
bearing well
Euphoria
to throw after, to put after
Metabolic
to travel with
Synod
changed form
Metamorphosed
the act of carrying beside
Paraphernalia
one having known before
Prognosticated
near Earth
Perigee
to put over
Hyperbole
to mean the opposite
Antonym
in the people
Endemics
to carry around
Periphery
one who speaks with
Syllogistic
Sounding the same
Homonyms
pertaining to the center of the Earth
Geocentric
Having the form of man
Anthropomorphic
the science of kind
Genetics
the art of being secretive
Cryptic
shaped like man
Anthropoid
the medicinal study of old age
Geriatrics
the art of fire
Pyrotechnics
to feel like
Aesthetic
pertaining to man as the center
Anthropocentric
star shaped
Asteroid
of a different likeness
Exotic
pertaining to bad digestion
Dsypeptic
pertaining to, like ancient or primative times
Archaic
pertaining to time
Chronic
like a demon or bad spirit
Demonic
pertaining to good digestion
Eupeptic
like being very whole
catholic
like a good kind
Eugenic
like not feeling
Anesthetic
like a circle
Cyclic
pertaining to color
Chromatic
many sounding
Polyphonic
naming with
Synonymous
pertaining to race or cultural group
Ethnic
one who loves books
Bibliophile
belonging to stars
Astral
like speaking the same
Tautologically
to show through
Diaphanous
speaking across
Dialects
pertaining to heat
Thermal
belonging to those who overly judge
Hypercritical
pertaining to many marriages
Polygamous
like judging between
Diacritical
full of good sound
Euphonious
cultural group as center
Ethnocentric
belonging to one who loves words
Philological
pertaining to the love of mankind
Philanthropic
not having shape
Amorphous
choosing out of
Eclectic
treatment of hand and foot ailments
Chriopodist
pertaining to a city
Politic
pertaining to straightening a childs bones
Orthpaedic
another opnion
Heterodox
the practice of knowing
Gnosticism
one who leads a child
Paedagogue
one who believes in many Gods
Polytheistic
one engaged in correcting teeth
Orthodontist
inhabitant of the universe
Cosmopolite
one engaged near teeth
Periodontist
leader of the people
Demagogue
one engaged in the science of new and different forms
Neologist
Belief in all the gods
Pantheism
one who believes in all the Gods
Pantheistic
the medicine of children
Pediatrics
study of cities of the Earth
Geopolitics
Seeing together
Synoptic
one engaged in putting skin in order
Taxidermist
like one engaged in throwing or placing
Ballistic
correct teaching or opinion
Orthodox
Those engaged in the medicine of feet
Podiatrists
that which or he who stands off
Apostate
the state of suffering from a disease
Empathy
having the character of changed growing
Metaphysical
belief in power
Dynamism
that which is placed in addition to
Epithet
that which causes the whole to burn
Holocaust
The quality of other work
Allergy
the state of being fanatically devoted to spirits, or evil spirits
Demonolatry
To break images
Iconoclast
the act of suffering against
Antipathies
Having the character to produce order
Cosmogonal
That which is felt
Aesthete
That which is not given out
Anecdote
To burn like
Caustic
The state of excessively worshipping the image of
Iconolatry
the act of sounding bad
Cacophony
the state without suffering or feeling
Apathy
the act of one who does forcefully or powerfully
Dynasties
the act of hating women
Misogyny
the perception of moving
Kinesthetic
like a stone of a new or different form
Neolithic
full of different kinds
Heterogeneous
the state of or act of having many men
Polyandry
Not the result of God
Anathema
The act of knowing before
Prognosis
Belief in speaking well
Euphemism
the act of becoming a God
Apotheosis
the result of a split
Schism
ancient or primative model
Archetype
like three dimensional sound
Stereophonic
the result of one's own
Idiom
the act of putting together
Synthesis
belief in the results of teaching
Dogmatism
like the same kind
Homogeneous
the character of putting below
Hypothetical
the act of placing against
Antithesis
like hating human beings
Misanthropic
a three dimensonal model
Stereotype
pertaining to one who rules by God
Theocratic
like belonging to the name of the stomach
Gastronomical
one engaged in the science of the skin
Dermatologist
false names
Pseudonyms
having the shape of man
Android
To choose the character of time
Chronological
one who studies ancient or primative times
Archaeologist
like the location of the sun
Heliotropic
Life of the mind
Biopsy
The study of the character of thought
Idealogical
small part of the universe
Microcosom
The science of arranging
Taxonomy
the art of death
Necromancy
the medicine of the state of the mind
Psychiatry
one engaged in the study of man
Anthropologist
like old stone
Paleolithic
the science of self
Autonomy
one who studies race
Ethnologist
pertaining to one who rules by self
Autocratic
ruled by the sacred
Hierarchy
highest city
Acropolis
one who is passionate about themself
Egomaniac
one engaged in things pertaining to the father
Patristic
one who is mad or passionate about fire
Pyromaniac
the act of feeling far away
Telepathic
absurd fear of heights
Acrophobia
not ruled
Anarchy
the state of having God's wisdom
Theosophy
fear of strangers or foreigners
Xenophobia
pertaining to the power of water
Hydrodynamics
pertaining to ones' self as center
Egocentric
full of the same reasoning
Homologous
the state of being ruled by a few
Oligarchy
the study of death
Necrology
rule by the father
Patriarchy
passion or madness about self power
Megalomania
writing pertaining to location
Topographical
all that is seen
Panorama
equal place
Isotope
measure of time
Chronometer
pertaining to equal measures
Symmetrically
written thoughts
Ideagraphic
that which is circled
Cyclorama
one who measures the eye
Optometrist
that which is seen largely
Macroscopic
writting after
Epigram
measured from afar
Telemetric
the science writting right or correctly
Orthography
able to immitate
Mimetic
written whole
Holograph
measure of light
Photometer
beautiful writting
Calligraphy
weighing the same
Isobars