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55 Cards in this Set

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Stead, Noun
The place of a person or thing as occupied by a sucessor or subsitute
Designate, verb
To indicate or specify; to point out
Consult,verb
To seek advice or information from: Ask for guidance
Reluctantly, Adv
Unwilling; Dislinclined
Steadfast, Adj
fixed in a direction, steadily directed.
Strive,verb
To exert one vigourously: try hard
Facilitate,verb
To make easier or less difficult
Entitle, Verb
To call by a particular name or title
Vital, Adj
Necessary to the existance countinuance
Allocate, Verb
To reserve for a purpose, to designate
Bedlam, Noun
A scene of wild uproar and confusion
Vigilant, Adj
Very awake and alerted
Insolence, Noun
Contemptuously rude or impertinent behavior or speech
Infraction, Noun
Breach: Violation
Obscure, Adj
Not clear to the understanding
Compel, Verb
To force
Arbitrary, Adj
Determined by chance, impulse, or whim
Condone, Verb
To overlook: Take into thought
Soporific, Adj
Causing sleepm makes you sleepy
Ostracize, Verb
To exclude from a group; to banish
Explict, Adj
Very clear, not vauge
Juxtapose, Verb
To place side by side
Potable, Adj
Fit to drink
Entice (verb)
To Attract by arousing hope; to lure
Racous (adjective)
Boisterous and disorderly
Animosity (noun)
Bitter hostility, active hatred
Condemn (verb)
To express strong disapproval of
Condemnation (noun)
The state of being condemned
Suppression (noun)
The act of excluding or keeping from being revealed
Dignified (adjective)
Having or expressing respect or worth
Monstrous (adjective)
Enormus
Misconstrue (verb)
To misinterpret
Expedite (verb)
To speed up the progress of; to facilitate
Equitable (adjective)
Having the equity or fairness; being just
Prudent (adjective)
Wise; exercising good judgement of common sense
Candid (adjective)
Open and sincere; straightforward
Explict (adjective)
Fully espressed without vagueness, very clear
Explicity (adverb)
N/A
Entice (verb)
To Attract by arousing hope; to lure
Racous (adjective)
Boisterous and disorderly
Animosity (noun)
Bitter hostility, active hatred
Condemn (verb)
To express strong disapproval of
Condemnation (noun)
The state of being condemned
Suppression (noun)
The act of excluding or keeping from being revealed
Dignified (adjective)
Having or expressing respect or worth
Monstrous (adjective)
Enormus
Misconstrue (verb)
To misinterpret
Expedite (verb)
To speed up the progress of; to facilitate
Equitable (adjective)
Having the equity or fairness; being just
Purdent (adjective)
Wise; exercising good judgement of common sense
Explict (adjective)
Fully espressed without vagueness, very clear
Explicity (adverb)
N/A
Desinated, Used as Adj.
Appointed
Facilitator, Noun
The one who facilitates
Ravenous, Adj
Very hungry or eager