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30 Cards in this Set

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Incessant
Uninterupted; unceasing
Irascible
Iritable or easily angered
Merger
A combination (of two business corporations)
Misnomer
Wrong name; incorrect designation
Oblivious
Inattentive or unmindful; wholly absorbed
Ominous
Threatening
Opulence
Extreme wealth; luxuriousness; abundance
Ostentatious
Show; pretencious; trying to attract attention
Palliate
To ease pain, make less severe, or offensive
Palliate
To ease pain, make less severe offensive
Pensive
Dreamily thoughtful; Thoughtful with a hint of sadness; contemplative
Perfunctory
Superficial; not thorough; lacking interest, care, or enthusiasm
Refute
Disprove
Relinquish
Give up something with reluctance; yield
Replete
Filled to the brim, or to the point of being stuffed; abundantly supplied
Scrupulous
Conscientious; extremely thorough
Singular
Unique, extraordinary, odd
Adversary
Opponent, enemy
Advocate
To urge or plead for; "stand up for something"
Concise
Brief and compact
Conflagration
Great fire
Detrimental
Harmful or damaging
Didactic
Teaching, instructional
Erudite
Learned, or scholarly
Esoteric
Hard to understand; Known only to the chosen few
Frail
Weak
Furtive
Stealthy or sneaky
Implement
To put into effect; supply with tools
Impregnable
Able to fight off and attack; unconquerable; invulnerable
Imprison
To enrage or infuriate