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41 Cards in this Set

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Assiduous
Hard working
Assail
To attack
Squander
To waste
Eloquent
Stongly expressing emotion
Dubious
arousing doubt
Disparage
to belittle, speak disrespectfully about
Facile
skilled, adept, done or achieved with little effor or difficulty
Concordant
harmonious, agreeing
Conciliatory
overcoming distrust or hostility
Scrutinize
to observe carefully
Nondescript
lacking interesting or distinvtive qualities
Zealous
fervent, filled with eagerness in pursuit of something
Zephyr
a gentle breeze
Yoke
to join, link
Wizened
dry, shrunken, wrinkled
Wistful
full of yearning; musingly sad
Winsome
charming, pleasing
Wily
crafty, sly (Though they were not the strongest of the Thundercats, wily Kit and Kat were definitely the most clever and full of tricks.)
Wanton
undisciplined, lewd, lustful
Wane
to decrease in size, dwindle
Vociferous
loud, boisterous
Vocation
the work in which someone is employed, profession
Vituperate
To rebuke or criticize harshly or abusively; berate
Vitriolic
harsh or corrosive in tone,
Viscous
not free flowing, syrupy
Virtuoso
one who excels in an art; a highly skilled musical performer
Vindictive
vengeful
Vindicate
to avenge; to free from allegation; to set free
Vilify
to lower in importance, defame
Vicissitude
event that occurs by chance
Vicarious
experiencing through another (All of my lame friends learned to be social through vicarious involvement in my amazing experiences.)
Vex
to confuse or annoy.
Vestige
a mark or trace of something lost or vanished
Verdant
green in tint or color
Veracity
truthfulness, accuracy
Venerate
to regard with respect or to honor
Venerable
deserving of respect because of age or achievement
Veneer
a superficial or deceptively attractive appearance, façade (Thanks to her Chanel makeup, Shannen was able to maintain a veneer of perfection that hid the flaws underneath.)
Vehemently
marked by intense force or emotion
Variegated
diversified, distinctly marked (Each wire in the engineering exam was variegated by color so that the students could figure out which one was which.)
Vapid
lacking liveliness, dull