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18 Cards in this Set

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vivacity
n., liveliness of manner or appearance
ogle
v., to stare at, often in a flirtatious and bold manner
agenda
n., a list of things to be done or considered
vivacious
adj., full of life and spirit
stymie
v., to thwart or make difficulties for
brevity
n., conciseness of expression; shortness of duration
wrangle
v., to quarrel in a noisy or angry way; to win or obtain by argument
intellect
n., the ability to think and understand; a person with great intelligence
contemplate
v., to give careful thought to; to ponder; to have plans to; to intend
innovative
adj., marked by freshness or originality; willing to try new things
flair
n., a natural skill or ability; a talent
deterrent
n., anything that prevents or discourages
innovation
n., something new; a new way of doing something
chaperone
n., a person who accompanies younger people to see that they behave properly
deter
v., to discourage or prevent from taking action
integral
adj., necessary to complete something; essential
ardent
adj., intensely eager; passionate
risque
adj., bordering on being indecent or improper