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Abase
To lower in position, rank, or office; to humiliate
Bifurcate
To divide or separate into two parts
Coruscate
Glitter or gleam to a sparkle of flash
Dogmatic
When people will not change their opinions because they are stubborn; rigid
Expedient
To take the easy way out; does the practical or convenient thing
Geriatrics
A brand of medicine that involves taking care of elderly (old) people
Heresy
Someone who has gone against the religion of his/her people
Ingratiate
When a person tries very hard to please someone
Juxtapose
To place side by side
Kleptomaniac
A person who has an uncontrollable urge to steal
Laxity
When people are careless or forgetful
Misdemeanor
Breaking a small law; minor offense
felicity
great happiness
Abase
To lower in position, rank, or office; to humiliate
Bifurcate
To divide or separate into two parts
Coruscate
Glitter or gleam to a sparkle of flash
Dogmatic
When people will not change their opinions because they are stubborn; rigid
Expedient
To take the easy way out; does the practical or convenient thing
Geriatrics
A brand of medicine that involves taking care of elderly (old) people
Heresy
Someone who has gone against the religion of his/her people
Ingratiate
When a person tries very hard to please someone
Juxtapose
To place side by side
Kleptomaniac
A person who has an uncontrollable urge to steal
Laxity
When people are careless or forgetful
Misdemeanor
Breaking a small law; minor offense
felicity
great happiness