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beguile
to cheat or decieve; to mislead
Antiquity
ancient times; a thing or people of ancient time; the quality of being ancient
bedlam
an up roar or confusion
besiege
to surround in order to capture; to crowd around in order or press with requests; to harass; to beset
ascertain
to find out; to determine; to learn through research
aptitude
a talent; natural ability; the ability to learn; suitability
apprehensive
afraid; anxious; worried that some misfortune may occur
balmy
mild and pleasant; soothing
anthropology
the study of the physical, cultural, and social development and behavior of humanity
autonomy
the condition of having self-government; independce
atrocious
wicked or cruel; exceedingly bad;
archaic
no longer in use, old fashioned
bayou
a marshy inlet or the outlet of a river or lake in parts of southern united states
appease
to soothe or pacify; to satisfy; especially by giving in to demands
annihilate
to destory in large part or completly; to vanguish, to make ineffectual
apex
the highest point of something; vertex; the culmination or point of climax
axiom
a statement assumed to be true; a self-evident truth; an established principle
arbiter
a person chosen to decide in dispute, a judge
assert
to express or declare firmly; to defend or claim.
astute
shrewed, showing keen judgement, crafty