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30 Cards in this Set

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meretricious
gaudy, falsely attractive
wedding gown
denigrate
to slur or blacken someone's reputation
condone
to pardon or forgive; overlook justify, or excuse a fault
condom
chastise
to punish, scold
panache
flamboyance or dash in style and action
malinger
to evade responsibility by prentending to be ill
forbearance
patience, restraint, leniency
bear
eminent
celebrated, distinguished, outstanding, towering
mint-no bad breath
veracity
accuracy, truth
spanish - ver
subterfuge
trick or tactic used to avoid something
submarine
heinous
shocking, wicked, terrible
your hinee
chary
watchful, cautious, extremely shy
compunction
feeling of uneasiness caused by guilt or regret
pun-prank
ingenious
straightforward, open, naive, unsophisticated
mom
maverick
an independent individual who does not go along with the group
dirk
malaise
a feeling of unease or depression
mayonaise
hyperbole
purposeful exaggeration for effort
foment
to arouse or incite
fo sho
embroil
to involve in; cause to fall into disorder
pasta
demur
to express doubts or objects
mermaid
hypocrite
one who puts on a false appearance of virtue; one who criticizes a flaw he in fact posesses
fraught
full of, accompanied by
melancholy
sadness, depression
frenetic
frantic, frenzied
dogmatic
rigidly fixed in opinion, opinionated
resilient
able to recover quickly after illness or bad luck; able to bounce back into shapoe
panacea
cure-all
docile
tame, willing to be taught
ardent
passionate, enthusiatic; fervent
ingenious
original, clever, inventive