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30 Cards in this Set

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expedient
(n) something adopted to get a particular outcome
Doleful
(adj.)full of grief
devise
(n.) to invent or to plot
Ruddy
(adj.) reddish
infamy
(n.) evil fame
rectify
(v.) to fix or correct
belied
(v.) misrepresent; reveal to be false
mundane
(adj.) details of everyday life
infernal
(adj.) hellish
preposterous
(adj.) absurd
bestow
(v.)to place something somewhere..to present as a gift
predestinate
(v.) destined beforehand
entreat
(v.) to beg
fetish
(n.) weird fixation
impiety
(n.) a state of profanity or irreverence
utopian
(adj.) perfect world/society
exquisite
(adj.) pleasingly beautiful
relinquish
(v.) to give up
defile
(v.) to corrupt
poignant
(adj.)meaningful
ruthless
(adj.) having no pity;cruel
repercussion
(n.) effect of something said or done
obliterate
(v.) to wipe out
Ostracize
(v.) to ban from a group
Endearment
(n.) a term showing affection
incarcerate
(v.) imprison/confine
clairvoyant
(adj.)knowing something without useing the senses
Parch
(v.) toast under dry heat
inane
(adj.) shallow or silly
verbatim
(adj.) word for word