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30 Cards in this Set

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Avarice
(noun)
Greed, envy
Bachaation
(noun)
God of wine and food
Bastion
(noun)
strong defense, strength
Capious
(adj)
large in quantity; great amount
extradite
(verb)
to obtain the extradition of, to yield up
furtive
(adj)
taken, done, used
irasuble
(adj)
easily provoked to anger, very irritable
jettison
(verb)
to cast overboard or out, as in a vessel or aircraft
mercenary
(adj)
actin merely for money or a reward
oistracize
(verb)
to exclude by general consent from society
Appease
(verb)
to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm; to calm, quiet
Angot
(noun)
a secret code, mafia like lingo
Augment
(verb)
to make something greater, more numerious, larger, or more intense
Bigot
(noun)
one who is intolerent of others, particularly in race
candid
(adj)
outspoken, blunt
Chaos
(noun)
utter confusion, disorder
Expunge
(verb)
to make deletion
Jingoism
(noun)
military agression
negligence
(noun)
careless, neglec, ingury
Strident
(verb)
to make a hars sound or noise
Adament
(adj)
a firm opinion
Clement
(adj)
inclined to me merciful; leanient
Cliché
(noun)
commonly used, over used, tired expression
Diffident
(nount)
Shy
Extol
(verb)
to praise highly
Disparity
distint of being character; the state of being desperate
Opus
a creative, musical work
ostensible
(adj)
not necessarily true
Inexeradle
(adj)
unavaibable
Rancer
(noun)
Extreme hatred