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19 Cards in this Set

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Consort
[v.] to keep company or associate with
Tryst
[n.] a meeting held by appointment
Camaraderie
[n.] goodwill and lighthearted feeling between friends
Rapport
[n.] a relationship of mutual trust
Importune
[v.] to request urgently and repeatedly
Capitulate
[v.] to give up or surrender
Obeisance
[n.] a gesture of courtesy or reverence
Volition
[n.] the exercise of the will
Peremptory
[adj.] decisive, absolute, dogmatic, or dictorial
Conscript
[v.] to draft into the military service
Fray
[n.] a fight, brawl, or noisy quarrel
Reprisal
[n.] a retaliation or return for injury recieved
Citadel
[n.] a fortress in a commanding position in or near a city
Truncheon
[n.] a short, thick club, especiall a policeman's club
Pecuniary
[adj.] involving money
Opulence
[n.] wealth, abundance, or luxury
Usury
[n.] the practice of lending money at an excessive or unlawful interest rate
Arrears
[n.] a dept or obligation that is behind in payment
Primogeniture
[n.] the state of being the firstborn child of the same parents ; or the rights that belong to the firstborn son