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58 Cards in this Set

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ethereal
heavenly
as light and insubstantial
FATUOUS
foolish; silly; idiotic
abnegate
deny oneself things;
to reject;
to renounce
aloof
uninvolved
standing off
keeping one's distance
avuncular
an uncle
a nice uncle
amorphous
shapeless
without a stable shape
precept
a rule to live by
peripatic
wandering
traveling continually
itinerant
propitious
marked by favourable signs or conditions
profane
irreverent
blasphemous
profligate
extravagantly wateful
wildly immoral
nefarious
flagrantly wicked
sardonic
mocking scornful
vitriolic
full of bitterness
blithe
cheerful
demagogue
leader; rabble roused; despot
histrionic
overly dramatic
theatrical
countenance
condone tolerate if a verb
pecadillo
minor offense
exhort
to urge strongly
egalitarian
beleiving ion the social and econ equality of all people
contrition
admission of guilt
choleric
short tempered
commensurrate
equal
proportional
bereft
deprived or left desolate
oftne through death
bequest
something left to someone in a will
admonish
scold gently
warn
foible
a minor character flaw
sentient
able to perceive the senses
mendacious
dishonest
lugubrious
exagerradly mournful
panacea
something that cures all
salient
conspicuous
acumen
keenness of jdugement
mental sharpness
alacrity
cheerful eagerness
bemuse
confused
vbewildered
beguile
to deceive
ignominy
deep disrgace
ingenuous
without deception
onerous
burdensome
oppressive
QUIXOTIC
ROMANTIC
IDEALISTIC TO A FOOLISH DEGREE
SUPERCILIOUS
HAUGHTY PATRONIZING
surfeit
an excess amount
vestige
remaining amount of soemthing
vicissitude
upheaval
change in fortune
natural change
versimilitude
appearance of truth
similarity to reality
confluence
a flowing together
dictum
a maxim
an adage
diffident
timid
lacking in self confidence
obdurate
stubborn and insensitive
absequious
fawning
sucking up to
officious
annoyingly eager to help
palpable
tangible
prosaic
unimaginative
platitudionous
cliche
prudent
careful
having foresight
reclacitrant
stubbornly defiant of cotnrol/authority
disobedient
redolent
fragrant