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51 Cards in this Set

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unscathed
unhurt; unharmed
pliant
not stiff
suffuse
to saturate
vista
view
meander
follow a winding course
verdent
green with vegetation
variegated
marked by patches of many colors
copious
large in quantity
luxuriant
fertile (land)
proffer
offer
cornucopia
great abundance
iridescent
displaying glowing colors
surmise
take an educated guess
epiphany
sudden revelation or insight
agape
mouth open in wonder or amazement
transfixed
motionless in awe or amazement
incredulous
difficult to believe
knot
a tightly clustered group of people
wizened
dried; shriveled with age
hoary
old
gait
the way you walk
diminutive
small
timorous
fearful; timid
embolden
make yourself bold; give yourself courage
hegemony
total dominance or control
ingenuous
unsophisticated; naive
unwitting
not knowingly
rejoin
counter-reply
evince
show clearly
veracity
truthfulness
patent
obvious
desicate
completely dry
belie
show to be false
beneficent
like to do good
waive
voluntarily give up
putative
accepted to be true
reputed
accepted without proof
bandy
pass back and forth
postulate
set forth as being true
credible
believable
conundrum
a difficult to solve problem
crestfallen
sad or depressed
comeuppance
deserved punishment
inadvertent
unintentional
demise
death; end
lachrymose
tearful; weepy
benevolent
kind; generous
redoubtable
arousing fear or awe
potentate
a powerful or mighty person
tout
to speak flatteringly of something
forestall
prevent