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30 Cards in this Set

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Chastise
(V)to castigate, punish
conjecture
(N) guess
deity
(N) divinity, supreme being
desecrate
(V) to profane, dishonor
diffused
(adj) scattered, spread out
dilate
(V) to expand
dwindle
(V) to shrink; decrease
fetid
(adj) putrid, stinking
fractious
(adj) unruly, rebelious
futility
(N) uselessness
grovel
(V) to debase oneself in a sevile manner
havoc
(N) destrution, devestation
homage
(N) honor, respect
hyperbole
(N) exaggeration, overstatement
imposing
(adj) impressive, grand
irk
(V) to annoy
languid
(adj) lacking vigor or vitality
oblique
(adj) indirect, slanting
oblivious
(adj) unaware or unconscious of something
ostentatious
(adj) pretentious, showy
ponderous
(adj) heavy, bulky
pugnacious
(adj) RECEDquarrelsome
recede
(V) to draw back
reproof
(N) rebuke
scant
(adj) meager
stolid
(adj) showing little or no emotion; not excitable
temerity
(N) recklessness, rash boldness
transient
(adj) momentary, fleeting
unsurp
(V) to seize power or position by force
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