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22 Cards in this Set

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verge
[n] extreme edge or margin
solus
[adj] by oneself, alone
zealous
[adj] haveing or showing great emotion
vacillating
[v.] to sway from one side to the other; oscillate
dextrously
[adj] with skill, grace, and physical movement
boon
[n] a benefit bestowed, especially one bestowed in respone to a request
ecclesiastical
[adj] of or associated with a church
ire
[n] anger or wrath
epistles
[n] letters
priggish
[adj] exaggeratedly proper
phlegmatic
[adj] having a calm sluggish temperament, unemotional
moor
[n] a broad area of open land
implacable
[adj] irreconsilable, nonresolvable
lethargy
[n] A state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy.
conjecture
[n] guess or surmise
elysium
[n] a place or condition of ideal happiness
insalubrious
[adj]Not promoting health; unwholesome
contour
[n] the outline of a figure
concord
[n] harmony or agreement of interests or feelings
estimable
[adj]possible to estimate or guess
vestige
[n] a visible trace that once existed
malady
[n] a disease, disorder, or ailment