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54 Cards in this Set

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Quotidian
Daily, Everyday
Fey
Magical
Gay
Happy, Cheery or Homosexual
Pervasive
Inclined To Spread Throughout
Douse
To Drench, To Saturate
Pliable
Flexible, Bendable
Neologism
The Creation of New Words.
Commendable
Worthy of Praise
Profuse
Abundant, Lavish, Prolific
Abundant
In Great Numbers
Radiant
Bright, Beaming
Fecund
Fertile, Fruitful
Forestall
To Delay, To Impede
Poach
Hunt of Fish Illegally
Fetter
To Refrain, Chain, Tie
Figurative
Symbolic
Myriad
Many, of Great Numbers
Plethora
A Great Number, An Abundance
Sacrosanct
Sacred, Holy
Fabricate
To Invent, Make Up, Concoct
Facile
Easy
Fatuous
Silly, Foolish
Perfunctory
Showing Little Enthusiasm, Done As Duty
Mandatory
Required, Not Optional
Flaccid
Limp
Flabbergasted
Astounded, Stupefied
Forage
To Rummage, Scavenge, Graze For Food
Licentious
Immoral, Lewd
Lewd
Vulgar, Rude, Offensive
Profane
Indecent, Blaphemous
Fortuitous
Lucky, Occuring By Chance
Serendipity
The Act of Finding Things Not Sought, Luck
Abrogate
To Abolish, Often By Authority
Algid
Frigid, Cold
Brumal
Wintry, Relating to Winter
Hiemal
Wintry, Relating to Winter
Impecunious
Excessively Poor
Hapless
Unlucky
Hiatus
An Interruption In Continuity, A Break
Gregarious
Sociable, Outgoing
Inquisitor
Someone Who Asks Questions or Makes An Inquiry
Goad
To Urge, Provoke
Ingenious
Marked By Special Intelligence
Subsist
To Live, Exist
Notoriety
Infamy, Known In Bad Regard
Blandish
To Coax Through Flattery
Flattery
Compliments, Sycophancy
Innocuous
Harmless
Neonate
A Newborn Baby
Incessant
Without Interruption
Narrate
To Tell A Story
Flout
To Scorn, Ignore, Show Contempt For
Pedagogue
A Schoolteacher
Buffet
To Hit or Strike