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39 Cards in this Set

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amenity
that which is pleasant or agreeable
amenity
attractive features, customs, etc.
aperture
an opening, gap, hole
aperture
orifice
dissidence
a difference in opinion
dissidence
discontent
epicurean
devoted to the pursuit of pleasure
epicurean
fond of good food, comfort, and ease
epicurean
with discriminating taste
epicurean
a person with discriminating taste
improvident
not thrifty
improvident
failing to plan ahead
iniquity
wickedness, sin
iniquity
a grossly immoral act
inviolable
sacred
inviolable
of such a character that if must not be broken, injured, or profaned
mutable
open to or capable of change, fickle
nascent
just beginning to exist or develop
nascent
having just come into existence
obeisance
a deep bow or other body movement indicating respect or submission
panegyric
formal or elaborate praise
panegyric
a tribute
pillory
a device or publicly punishing offenders
pillory
a means for exposing one to public contempt or ridicule
pillory
to expose to public contempt or ridicule
pittance
a woefully meager allowance, wage, or portion
presage
to foreshadow or point to a future event
presage
to predict
presage
a warning or indication of the future
progeny
decendents, offspring, children, followers, disciples
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially
rectitude
uprightness, righteousness
rectitude
correctness
restive
restless, hard to manage, balky
seraphic
angelic, heavenly, celestial
subsist
to have existence
subsist
to rmain alive, manage to make a living or maintain life
subsist
to persist or continue
promulgate
to make known far and wide