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163 Cards in this Set

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bane
cause of ruin
censure
severe criticism
cipher
nothing, zero, null
harangue
lenthy bombastic speach
inexorable
relentless
fuliginous
smoky
pariah
outcast
phlegmatic
apathetic
proselytize
convert
contumacious
recalcitrant, rebellious
obeisance
reverant bowing
recondite
abstruse
anathema
thing cursed and loathed
asperity
roughness of tone or manner
caluminate
besmirch
bilious
peevish
Of, relating to, or containing bile; biliary. <br />
<br />
Characterized by an excess secretion of bile. <br />
Relating to, characterized by, or experiencing gastric distress caused by a disorder of the liver or gallbladder. <br />
<br />
Appearing as if affected by such a disorder; sickly. <br />
<br />
Resembling bile, especially in color: a bilious green. <br />
<br />
Having a peevish disposition; ill-humored.
callow
young, immature
sententious
pithy, terse
celerity
speed
cozen
defraud
cynosure
center of attention
exculpate
free from blame
forensic
preservation of evidence, suitable for a court of law
impunity
privelege
impecunious
lacking money
multifarious
diversified, many parts
obstreperous
unruly
peregrination
journey
querulous
whining
rhapsodic
exalted enthusiasm
sanguine
cheerful
temerity
brave
torpor
lethargy
turgid
swollen, pomopous
virulent
deadly
acolyte
assistant
approbation
approval
bastion
stronghold
boorish
rude
bumptious
overly assertive
cant
jargon
chimerical
fanciful
deign
deem worthy
diffidence
shy, lacking faith in oneself
dint
force
Elysian
heavenly
emendation
correction
fulminate
erupt
ignominious
disgraceful
ingenuous
naive
mordant
biting, stinging
nugatory
worthless
pastiche
assorted variety
penurious
miserly
perfidy
breech of trust
perspicacious
insightful
prodigal
wasteful
progenitor
forefather
pusillanimous
cowardly
risible
comical
solicitious
concerned
stolid
indifferent
stultify
render foolish or ineffective
trenchant
keen, incisive
turbid
muddy
turpitude
wickedness
venal
corruptible
vituperate
to scold harshly
winnow
to scatter
bijou
ornament
nepenthe
medicine
opprobrium
dishonor
phalanx
union
quotidian
trite
succedaneum
replacement
imprimatur
license to publish
insouciant
unconcerned
yen
yearning or desire
adventitious
accidental
annular
round
condign
appropriate
dissemble
hide
friable
fragile
importunate
demanding
obloquy
condemnation
obviate
avoid
preciocity
refinement
proean
flexible
asservate
declare
consequential
arrogant
disabuse
correct
disport
amuse
factotum
handyman
officious
pushy
pullulate
reproduce
rakish
stylish
redress
fix
refactory
unmanageable
extripate
remove
funereal
sorrowful
maculated
stained
militate
advocate
prepossessing
enticing
quiescent
serene
stricture
constraint
tendentious
biased
politic
shrewd
abrogate
repeal
abjection
hopelessness
effable
expressible
amerce
punish
anaphora
in speech, repeating the first words of the sentence
annunciate
to proclaim
averse
unwilling
apiary
a place for bees
apostate
one who defects from ones faith
reticulate
veined
augur
predict
autonomic
movement produced by internal stimulus
complaisant
willing to please
relegate
transfer to an inferior position
demur
delay
depredate
plunder
devise
gift of property
dissolute
lewd
distrait
absent-minded
efflorescent
bursting into bloom
immanent
indwelling
escheat
transfer of title by default to the state
inveigh
denounce
macerate
To make soft by soaking or steeping in a liquid.
To separate into constituents by soaking.
To cause to become lean, usually by starvation; emaciate.
evince
show clearly
inveigh
denounce
exigent
urgent
exiguous
scanty
expurgate
to clean
extripate
root up
feculent
relating to feces (excrement)
felicitous
suitable
filaceous
composed of threads
glutious
sticky
horde
crowd
hypocritical
insincere
igneous
caused by fire
impugn
to challenge
inculcate
teach
indict
charge with an offense
indite
express in words
indurated
unyielding
invidious
ill will
insular
narrowly exclusive
inveigle
lure through enticements
labile
unstable
macerate
soften by soaking, waste away
masticate
chew
mettlesome
courageous
nettlesome
prickly
mendacity
fraud
mendicancy
begging
meretricious
gaudy
miscreant
evil person
recreant
one who begs for mercy
multiparous
producing more than one offspring at birth