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60 Cards in this Set

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(n) mutual understanding
accord
(v) trade, swap
barter
(adj) rude, brusque, terse, summary
curt
(v) concoct, contrive, work out, design
devise
(adj) agile, handy, deft
dexterous
(v) immerse, preoccupy
engross
(v) necessitate
entail
(v) track down, sniff out
ferret
(v) acclimate, inure, get used to
habituate
(adj, part) imminent, upcoming
impending
(adj) charming, agreeable, likable
personable
(v) lament, repent
rue
(v) ridicule, laugh at, jeer at
scoff
(n) changeover, conversion, switch, passage
transition
(n) dread, anxiety, apprehension
trepidation
(v) bawl out, reprimand
upbraid
(adj) actual
veritable
(v) irritate, irk, puzzle, distress
vex
(n) vigor, stamina
vitality
(adj) odd, peculiar, quaint, fanciful
whimsical
(v) pacify, mollify, placate, propitiate
appease
(adj) delayed, behindhand
belated
(adj) disastrous, catastrophic, ruinous, fatal
calamitous
(v) refer to, enumerate, subpoena
cite
(adj) ordinary, commonplace, orthodox
conventional
(v) entice, entrap
(n) lure, bait
decoy
(v) prove, investigate
delve
(v) result
ensue
(n) bravery, chivalrousness, valor, daring
gallantry
(v) transmit, bestow, grant
impart
(adj) thoughtful, prudent, shrewd, astute
judicious
(v) settle, arbitrate, umpire, referee
mediate
(n) surroundings
milieu
(adj) peculiar, bizarre, odd, unorthodox, unconventional
outlandish
(adj) high-handed, overriding
overbearing
(adj) vivacious, impudent, fresh
pert
(n) peculiarity, oddity, eccentricity
quirk
(v) amuse, divert
regale
(adj) careless, sloppy, lackadaisical
shiftless
(n) blot
(v) soil, tarnish, pollute
taint
(v) step down, relinquish, renounce
abdicate
(v) grant, confer, lodge, put up
bestow
(adj) spaciouis, commodious
capacious
(adj) burning, corrosive, sharp
caustic
(n) campaign, organized movement
crusade
(v) mar, disfigure
deface
(n) stoppage, ban, boycott
embargo
(n) misconception
fallacy
(n) giddiness, flippancy, frivolity, fickleness
levity
(n) panhandler
mendicant
(v) sicken, disgust
nauseate
(v) cancel, invalidate, annul
negate
(adj) crucial, critical, decisive, essential
pivotal
(n) receiver, beneficiary
recipient
(n) stratagem, subterfuge, dodge
ruse
(v) abound, swarm, overflow
teem
(n) doctrine, precept
tenet
(adj) submissive, docile, yielding, amenable
tractable
(adj) graceless
ungainly
(adj) gluttonous, insatiavle, avid
voracious