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23 Cards in this Set

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v., to release from an entanglement or a difficulty; to set free
Extricate
adj., of or suited to a servant
Menial
n., a domestic servant
Menial
adj., growing without check or restraint; flourishing; widespread
Rampant
v., to persuade by pleasant words; to coax with flattery and insincere talk; to wheedle
Cajoled
n., a contagious and often fatal disease that spreads rapidly; an illness of epidemic proportions; a destructive or evil influence or factor
Pestilence
n., the absence of government or law; political disorder
Anarchy
n., the point in the celestial sphere directly below the observer and opposite the zenith; the lowest possible point
Nadir
n., the branch of anthropology that deals with various races of people, their origins, distribution, characteristics, and cultures
Ethnology
v., to make worse; to damage or weaken
Impair
adj., roomy; spacious
Commodious
adj., remaining
Residual
n., a remainder left over after the completion of a process
Residual
adj., very poisonous or harmful; deadly; intensely bitter or spiteful
Virulent
adj., having or making a harsh sound; shrill
Strident
v., to deliver; to deliver as goods to be sold; to send; to hang over; to assign to an undesirable position or place
Consigning
n., the art of public speaking; a style or manner of public speaking or reading
Elocution
n., the overthrowing or undermining of something established, such as a government
Subversion
adj., corpselike; pale and ghostly; thin and gaunt
Cadaverous
n., a person who will not be reformed
Incorrigible
adj., incapable of being corrected or reformed; persistently bad
Incorrigible
n., the return of what has been lost or taken away; compensation for any loss or damage
Restitution
v., to wound or injure seriously; to disable in some way; to mutilate; to cripple
Maimed