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57 Cards in this Set

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(v) regulate, alter, acclimate
adapt
(v) to bear witness, affirm to be true or genuine
attest
(v) mesh, jive, harmonize
dovetail
(n) atrociousness, heinousness, atrocity, vastness
enormity
(v) waver
falter
(n) misgiving, presentiment, premonition
foreboding
(adj) woebegone, forsaken, bereft, pathetic
forlorn
(adj) disdainful, supercilious
haughty
(n) obstruction, stumbling block
impediment
(adj) essential, indispensable, mandatory
imperative
(v) goof off, shirk
malinger
(adj) terse, short and sweet, meaty, telling
pithy
(v) pillage, loot, sack
(n) spoils, pelf
plunder
(v) snicker, smirk, titter, giggle
simper
(adj) loyal, faithful, unwavering
steadfast
(adj) trumpeted, heralded
vaunted
(v) malign, defame, denigrate, traduce
vilify
(n) stray, ragamuffin, street urchin
waif
(adj) dryly amusing, ironic, droll
wry
(v) increase, augment, fill out, supplement
amplify
(n) cease-fire, truce
armistice
(n) cease-fire, truce
armistice
(adj) high-handed, overbearing, presumptuous
arrogant
(adj) dull, insipid
bland
(v) disavow, disown, repudiate
disclaim
(v) part company, alienate
estrange
(v) delight
gratify
(adj) unlimited, boundless
infinite
(adj) irritable, quarrelsome, cantankerous
irascible
(n) kin, relations
kindred
(adj) green, wet behind the ears
naive
(n) nook, alcove
niche
(v) wipe out, erase, expunge, efface
obliterate
(adj) rickety, unsteady, run-down, dilapidated
ransack
(adj) financially sound, in the black
solvent
(adj) boring, monotonous
tedious
(n) peddler, hawker, dealer, merchant
vendor
(n) chasm, gorge
abyss
(v) come to pass
befall
(adj) pivotal, vital
crucial
(n pl) grounds, lees, residue, leftovers
dregs
(v) emcompass
embody
(v) vex, try one's patience
exasperate
(n) disaster, flop, bomb
fiasco
(v) embellish, gussy up
garnish
(n) legacy, descent, pedigree
heritage
(adj) motionless, slugish, lethargic
inert
(adj) grasping, avaricious
mercenary
(adj) careless, neglectful, remiss, derelict
negligent
(n) obscurity, nothingness
oblivion
(n) work, composition, piece, oeuvre
opus
(adj) colorless, bloodless, ashen, dull
pallid
(n) moral tale, fable, allegory
parable
(adj) logical
rational
(adj) mutual
reciprocal
(n) restraint
stricture
(n) facing, overlay, facade, pretense
veneer