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85 Cards in this Set

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pander
a person who satisfies the desires of others
enormity
very wicked crime
quintessential
most nearly perfect
triage
acts of assistance
angst
often neurotic feeling of generalized anxiety and depression
prodigious
huge; enormous
redolent
suggestive or evocative
vaunted
boasted; bragged
maladroit
awkward; clumsy; bungling
empathy
the ability to share anothers emotion, thoughts, and feelings
denigrate
defame
abhorrence
detestation
brandish
challenging way
ensconce
to place comfortably
plethora
the state of being too full; overabundance, excess
repugnant
causing extreme dislike
bellwether
style
histrionics
an artificial manner
meretricious
alluring by false, showy charms, attractive in a flashy way; tawdry
sycophant
a person who seeks favor by flattering people of wealth of influence; parasite
debonair
elegant
temerity
foolish
arcane
hidden
gratuitous
uncalled for; unneccessary
restive
nervous when under pressure
nebulous
unclear; vague; indefinite
manifest
reveal
burgeoning
flourishing; bloom
sardonic
sarcastic
discrete
seperate
rationale
the fundamental reasons
proscribe
condemn; to forbid
rapport
agreeable relationship
gullible
easily tricked
debacle
a total collapse or failure
primer
basic
esoteric
intended only for a chosen few
condone
to forgive
-verb
blandish
to flatter
introvert
more in oneself
-noun
intransigent
refusing to compromise
disparate
unequal
caper
to be playful
discreet
to be cautious
disabuse
undecieve
umbrage
to take offense
-noun
peccadillo
minor sin
reprobate
bad person
precocious
mature
repudiated
to refuse to accept something
-verb
inveterate
habit; practice
-adjective
deleterious
harmful
obtuse
dull
prescribe
order
pejorative
negative; put down
ruminate
meditate
-verb
rancor
malice
itinerate
wandering
erudite
scholarly
verdant
green
-adjective
dexterous
having skills in hands, body, or mind
-adjective
resurgence
rising again
-noun
innuendo
rude gesture
credulous
easily convinced
prone
likely to happen
exacerbate
more intense; to make worse
extrovert
an active person
-noun
creditable
deserves credit
truculent
rude; harsh
equivocate
mislead
panache
manner; elegant
disingenuous
insincere
proliferate
multiply; to make more
contentious
quarrelsome
deprecate
belittle
rejuvenate
to make young again
-verb
cavalier
arrogant
-adjective
disinterested
unbiased
clandestone
a kept secret
-adjective
fidelity
loyalty
-noun
credible
believable
flouted
mocked
consummate
supreme
-adjective
miscreant
villain
petulant
impatient