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31 Cards in this Set

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obliging
Willing to do a service or kindness; helpful.
altogether
completely; totally; including everything or everyone
compliment
A polite expression of praise or admiration
relish
To taste or eat with pleasure; a condiment relish made of chopped (usually sweet) pickles
practically
Virtually; almost; in a practical manner.
discourteous
Showing rudeness and a lack of consideration for other people.
abundant
plenty of; more than enough
artificial
man-made; not natural
benefit
helping someone; a good thing
boring
not interesting; not exciting; nothing to do
gradually
slowly; changing over time
novice
beginner; someone who is new to something
permanent
lasts forever or at least a very long time
reluctant
not happening; refuse; unwilling
seldom
not often; doesn't happen very often; rarely
victor
the winner
*Think Victor Newman...
alert
Quick to notice any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult circumstances; vigilant
blunder
A stupid or careless mistake
considerably
Large in amount, extent, or degree
detest
Dislike intensely
generally
1.In most cases; usually
2.In general terms; without regard to particulars or exceptions
hobby
One of Miss Hocker's top 5 favorite words in the English language. :)
1.An activity done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure.
2.A migratory Old World falcon (genus Falco) with long narrow wings, catching dragonflies and birds on the wing
incredible
Impossible to believe; difficult to believe; extraordinary
legible
Clear enough to read
misinform
Give false or inaccurate information; could be intentional or unintentional
mood
A temporary state of mind or feeling
recover
Return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength
resume
Begin to do or pursue (something) again after a pause or interruption
rumor
A piece of unverified information of uncertain origin usually spread by word of mouth
select
To take as a choice from among several; pick out. To make a choice or selection
undecided
Not yet determined or settled; open