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22 Cards in this Set

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aware, knowledgeable, informed
cognizant
to think it appropriate or suitable to one's dignity to do something, to condenscend
deign
regretful for some misdeed or sin, plauged by a sense of guit, thoroughly penitent
contrite
extremely difficult to understand
abstuse
a flase rumor fabricated story
canard
well behaved dignified socially proper
decorous
the power to produce a desired result
efficacy
the center of attreaction attention or interest something that severs to guide or direct
cynosure
an open or intentional insult a slight to insult to one's face confront
affront
throughtly dried out divested of spirit or citality uninteresting
desiccated
excessively ready to find falt given to petty criticism intended to trap confuse or show up
captious
a craty scheming or inderhanded action designed to accomplish some evil end
machiation
to seize upon to the exclusion of others take over or appropriate to be presented in place of
preempt
the front or face of a building a surface appearance
facade
light airy delicate highly refined suggesting what is heavenly
ethereal
genrally regarded as such reputed hypthesized inferred
putative
disgrace arising from shameful conduct infamy contempt reproach
opprobrium
highly oversimplified simpleminded
simplistic
to hypnotize to fascinate enthrall
mesmerize
to bring into exsitence give rise to produce to come into existence assume form
engender
revolting in an unnatural or morbid way suggestive of someone who robs graves or otherwise preys on the dead
ghoulish
not in keepong unsuitable incompatible
incongruous