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Adieu
farewell
to you and you and you
Advent
an arrival; coming to place or view
think Christmas
Apex
The highest point; tip
The Apprentice
Assimilate
to absorb fully or make one's own
Assurance
a pledge
Asylum
a place of safety
Auxiliary
giving assistance or support
Bogus
False; counterfeit
Candid
frank or sincere
Console
To comfort (n) keyboard; control
Cubicle
small room or apartment
Dilate
to make or become bigger
Pupils
Dross
waste products
Drudgery
hard work
THIS!
Dwindle
Lessen; diminish
Envoy
a representative or messenger
Escalate
to elevate or increase intensity
Expedient
a means to an end; useful
Exorbitant
unreasonably high; excessive
Feign
to pretend
greatest singers, greatest dancers
Flair
natural skill or style
ME!
Flippant
disrespectful; saucy
I'm flippin those saucy pancakes!
Grievous
causing pain or sorrow
Heterogeneous
composed of many different kinds
Horde
vast number of people
Immunity
resistance to disease; freedom
SURVIVOR!
Impel
to force foreword
Incredulous
skeptical
I how I feel about things...
Inscribe
write or engrave
Institute
(v) to establish (n) organization
Interim
The time between
before report cards
Inundate
to flood; overflow; to overwhelm
Liability
a debt; disadvantage
Malign
to speak evil of; slander
Meander
to wander about; sharp turn or twist
Metropolis
a large or cheif city
Momentous
very important
Monologue
speech by an actor
Obstreperous
noisy; unruly; disorderly
Pensive
thoughtful; melancholy
Perilous
dangerous
Preposterous
rediculous
Prognosis
forecast of an outcome of a sitation
Pugnacious
quarelsome; fond of fighting
Rabid
violently intence; infected with rabies
Rasping
a harsh grating sound
Realm
kingdom; field of study
Rejuvenate
to make young again
Remunerate
to reimburse; reward
Repugnant
offensive
Scuttle
to run hastely; sink ship
Shoddy
of poor quality
Sparse
meager; scattered
Sprightly
full of life; liely; flavorful
Sterling
genuine; made of silver
Surly
angry and bad tempered
Tirade
a long, angry, speech
Mr. Glading!!!
Vagrant
an idle wanderer; tramp
Aladin
Venture
(n) risky undertaking (v)to dare
Warp
(v) to twist out of shape (n) abnormality