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60 Cards in this Set

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wince
to draw back suddenly, flinch
alliance
joining together
malignant
evil, harmful, malicious
buffoon
a clown, stupid person
anecdote
short story about someone's life
bewilder
to puzzle completely
controversial
causing argument or disagreement
dupe
an easily deceived person, to deceive
void
completely empty, an empty space
radiant
shining, bright
hostile
unfriendly, unfavorable
ultimate
most important or extreme
orthodox
in agreement with establisjed or generally accepted beliefs
dominate
to rule over by strength or power
scurry
to run quickly, scamper, or hurry
grim
stern, fierce, cruel
dishearten
to discourage
browse
to nibble, graze, read casually
mortify
to hurt someon's feelings, to cause embarrassment
pending
waiting to be settled
inflict
impose or cause pain
substantial
large, important, significant
inflammable
easily set on fire
utmost
greatest, highest, furthest
spirited
full of life and vigor
vengeance
unusual force or violence
sodden
soaked with liquid
scrimp
to supply in a small way, to be cheap
virtual
close to or equal to the real thing
snare
to trap/a trap
procure
to obtain through special effort
prescribe
to order for medical purposes
fruitless
less than successful
makeshift
temporary sunstitute, crude, flimsy
wayward
disobedient, willful
fugitive
one who flees or runs away
iota
very small part or quantity
fallible
capable of failing
entreat
to beg, ask earnestly
uncertainty
doubt, unsure
marginal
near the edge, barely good
eradicate
to root out, get rid of, destroy
maul
to beat or knock out
dynamic
active, energetic, forceful
preview
something seen in advance
tactful
skilled in handling difficult situations
rural
farm areas, not city
fickle
likely to change quickly
grimy
very dirty
consolidate
to combine
frustrate
to cause feelings of discouragement
quaint
odd or old-fashioned
tamper
to interfere or mess around with
inimitable
not able of being copied or imitated
counterfeit
to make an illegal copy
potential
possible
anonymous
unnamed, unknown
reluctant
unwilling, holding back
docile
easily taught, let, or managed
prominent
standing out, important, well-known