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PLICO
(L) to fold
complicity
n. participation with another in an act that seems deceitful
duplicity
n. #1. deceitfulness in speech or conduct; double-dealing

#2. being physically or numerically double or two-fold; doubleness
explicate
v. to make clear; to explain thoroughly, often in a literary context
explicit
adj. definite; stated in detail, leaving nothing at a guess; outspoken
exploit
n. a notable or heroic deed

(eks ployt')v. #1. to use to the greatest advantage

#2. to make use of selfishly or unethically

#3. to publicize
imply
v. #1. to indicate indirectly; to hint

#2. to require as a necessary condition
ploy
n. a tactic intended to frustrate, embarrass or gain an advantage over
ply
v. #1. to use a tool to a tool or weapon vigorously; to work at a trade

#2. to offer something persistently

n. #1. the thickness of cloth,rope or yarn

#2. wood layered with crosswise grain
supplicate
v. to ask humbly or earnestly for, as in praying; to beseech
PREHENDO
(L) to catch, to seize, to to grasp
apprehend
v. #1. to arrest

#2. to grasp mentally; to understand

#3. to anticipate with anxiety
comprise
v. to consist of; to contain
entrepreneur
n. a person who organizes, operates and assumes the risk of business ventures
impregnable
n. #1. strong enough to resist attack of capture, as a fortress

#2. not to be outweighed or overcome in argument
reprehend
v. to reprimand, reprove, or express disapproval
reprisal
n. an action or act of retaliation against someone for injuries received