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36 Cards in this Set

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Indifferent
not caring one way or another; mediocre; lacking a preference; neutral
Apathy
lack of emotion or interest
Obscure
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
Impartial
unbiased; neutral
Objective
without bias (as opposed to subjective)
Revere
to worship; to honor. (think of a reverend)
Discriminate
to differentiate; to make a clear distinction; to see a difference
Denounce
to speak out against; to condemn
Innovate
to be creative; to introduce something new
Relevant
important; pertinant
Candid
honest; frank
Discernment
insite; ability to see things clearly
Disdain
arrogant scorn; contempt
Abstract
theoretical; lacking substance. (the opposite of concrete)
temperate
moderate; restrained
Enigma
mystery
Inevitable
unavoidable; bound to happen
Eccentric
not conventional; a little kooky; irregular
Provincial
Limited in outlook to one's own small corner of the world; narrow
Futile
hopeless; without effect
Diverse
varied
Benevolent
Kind; good-hearted; generous
Pious
reverent or devout; outwardly (and sometimes falsely) reverent or devout
Conciliatory
making peace; attempting to disolve a dispute through goodwill
Resignation
reluctant acceptance of a bad situation (secondary meaning)
Resolute
determind; firm; unwavering
Servile
submissive and subsurvient; like a servant
Acute
sharp; shrewd
Reticent
restrained; uncommunicative
Anarchy
absence or government or control; lawlessness; disorder
Virulent
extremely poisonous; malignant; full of hate
Scrutinize
to examine closely
Discord
disagreement (the opposite of concord)
Repudiate
to reject; to deny
Diligent
hardworking
Superficial
on the surface only; shallow; not thorough