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40 Cards in this Set

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buffet
n - a blow with the hand or fist
v - to strike with the hand or fist
extant
adj - still existing
chaos
n - state of utter confusion or disorder
inter
v - to bury
abhor
v - to regard with extreme loathing
reprehensible
agj - deserving punishment
amend
v - to alter, correct, improve or modify
vociferous
adj - loud, clamorous
squalid
agj - foul, repulsive and filthy
obviate
v - to anticipate and prevent
implicate
v - to show to be also involved
somber
adj - gloomy, dark, dull
waive
v - to refrain from claiming or insisting upon, to forgo
renegade
n - a deserter or traitor
adj - traitorous
commodious
adj - spacious, convinient, roomy
voluminous
adj - of great size or volume
discern
v - to recognize or distinguish
turbulent
adj - agitated or disturbed
corrosive
adj - sarcastic and acidic
martinet
n - someone who stubbornly sticks to rules
compatible
adj - capable of living together in harmony
suave
adj - urbane, smooth, polite, gentlemanly
apprehensive
adj - uneasy or fearful about something that might happen
deride
v - to laugh at or scorn
multifarious
adj - numerous, varied
quandary
n - state of perplexity or uncertainty
apathy
n - lack of emotion or excitment
decrepit
adj - weakened by old age, feeble
recalcitrant
adj - resisting authority or control, stubborn, rebel, hard to deal with
n - a recalcitrant person
animosity
n - feeling of strong dislike and emnity
condolence
n - expression of sympathy
omnivorous
adj - eating everything, taking in everything
parsimonious
adj - penny pinching, stingy, frugal
commend
c - to give praise or entrust
consecrate
v - to make or declare sacred
ingenuous
adj - sincere, innocent, naive
obsolete
adj - no longer in use, fallen into disuse
reprisal
n - an act of retaliation or revenge
reveled
v - to bask or delight in
n - a festivity of merrimaking
stultify
v - to cause to appear foolish and ridiculous or to render ineffective