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Many Christians are very _____ in the way they witness to others.
dogmatic
(dog-MA-tik)
adjective
strong expression in beliefs and opinions
The _____ of his feelings kept her from taking the next step.
enigma
(ih-NIG-ma)
noun
someone or something that is not easily explained
Many people experience an ______ when they have a near-death experience.
epiphany
(ih-PIH-Ffuh-nee)
noun
a sudden intuitive leap of understanding, often with credit given to divine inspriration
The smell of dinner can _____ pleasant memories from childhood.
evoke
(ih-VOKE)
verb
to bring to mind a memory of feeling from the past
One _____ of your body could be your arm.
facet
(FA-sit)
noun
a component, dimension, or aspect:one of several parts
A ______ comment would be "whatever" or "okay."
flippant
(FLIH-punt)
adjective
showing a lack of appropriate seriousness
Roger's comments were always _____, so everyone looked forward to his opinions.
germane
(jerr-MAYNE)
adjective
suitably related to something, especiallly the topic being discussed (on point)
On Memorial Day we give _____ to those who died in the wars.
homage
(AH-mij)
noun
show of reverence, honor, and respect
I have _____ evidencce that my client could not have raped Ms. Monroe.
incontrovertible
(in-KAHN-truh-VER-tuh-bull)
adjective
certain, undeniable and not open to question or controversy. impossible to dispute; unquestionable
People who are constantly called by creditors are often considered _____.
insolvent
(IN-sul-vent)
adjective
unable to pay debts
Gothic people are more than likely classified as _____.
languid
(LANG-gwid)
adjective
lacking vigor and energy
You know that we live in a _____ society when any child knows the number of a lawyer.
litigious
(lih-TIH-jus)
adjective
overly inclined to quarrel and argue; tending to engage in a lawsuit
Serial killers have a _____ personality.
malevolent
(muh-LEH-vu-lent)
adjective
demonstrating or having a desire to harm others
Greek gods do not have a _____ characteristic.
mortal
(MORE-tuhl)
djective
certain to die eventually
If a woman is neglecting her children, prostituting her body, and can not keep a decent job the ____ of her problem is that she is a crackhead.
nexus
(NEK-sus)
noun
a connection or link; also a group or series of connected people or things; the center or focus; the root
Twins are distinguished from each other by a _____ of difference.
nuance
(NOO-ahnts)
noun
a very slighty difference in meaning, tone, color, or feeling
Some people stress to make sure that their white couches look _____.
pristine
(prih-STEEN)
adjective
so clean as to look new, unspoiled; not altered by human encroachment
Some people mistakenly use the words _____ and habit as interchangeable.
proclivity
(pro-KLIH-vih-tee)
noun
an inherent tendency to behave in a particular way
When your parent tells you to go to your room and meditate on what you have done, they really mean _____.
ruminate
(ROO-muh-nate)
verb
to think carefully and at length about something; ponder; review
A handshake is considered a _____.
salution
(SAL-yoo-tay-shun)
noun
a gesture or phrase used to greet, recognise, or welcome