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Agitate (v)
to bother or stir up
AG
Litigate (v)
to sue someone
AG
Prodigal (a)
spending a lot-too much
AG
Synagogue (n)
Jewish center of worship
AG
Advent (n)
coming to use
VEN/VENT
Provenance (n)
source of something
VEN/VENT
Venturesome (a)
adventurous
VEN/VENT
Venue (n)
where a trial or event is held
VEN/VENT
affinity (n)
attraction towards someone or something
FIN
definitive (n)
having the final word
FIN
infinitesimal (a)
extremely small
FIN
finite (adj)
having limits
FIN
reception (n)
receiving something
CAP/CEP/CIP
incipient (n)
starting of something
CAP/CEP/CIP
perceptible (adj)
noticeable or able to be felt by the senses
CAP/CEP/CIP
susceptible (n)
being exposed to something
CAP/CEP/CIP
adjacent (a)
near to something
JAC/JEC
conjecture (v)
to guess
JAC/JEC
dejected (a)
depressed
JAC/JEC
trajectory (n)
the curved path that a ball makes when being thrown
JAC/JEC
detract (v)
to decrease the importance or value
TRACT
protracted (a)
continued or extended
TRACT
retraction (n)
taking back
TRACT
intractable (a)
not easily controlled
TRACT
Conducive
encourage
DUC
Deduction
to take away from something
DUC
Induce
persuade or influence
DUC
Seduction
temptation
DUC
Consequential
resulting
SEC/SEQU
Execute
to perform
SEC/SEQU
Obsequious
flattering
SEC/SEQU
Sequential
in an order or series
SEC/SEQU
Apollonian
calm
Apollo had these qualities
Bacchanalian
crazy parties
Bacchus was the god of parties
Delphi
unclear, confusing
a place where a woman would tell the future
Dionysian
crazy parties
Dionysus was the god who invented wine; became very popular
Jovial
good-natured
Jove was generally cheerful, but his anger was very powerful
Mercurial
rapid changes in mood
Mercury had a planted named after him for his quickness
Olympian
superior
Americans somtimes feel that congress treats them in an olympian mannor when telling us how to spend our money
Venereal
sexually transmitted disease
Aphrodite, the godess of love gave her name to the sexually transmited diseases