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57 Cards in this Set

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pulchvitude
inner beauty
renounce
to give up a claim to a title, position, or right
acquiesce
to agree passively
vanquish
to beat in a game, arguement, etc.
amicable
friendly
surfeit
excessive amount that sickens
replete
fully suplied
aggrandize
make somthing or someone seem better through exaggerated praise
articulate
able to express thoughts or ideas clearly
ignominious
shamefully weak and ineffective
alteration
fight
revere
to admire
elucidate
explain or clarify
taciturn
habitually uncommunucatuve or reserved
abhor
to hate
embellish
to make an account more interesting by adding details
instigate
cause trouble
aesthetic
appreciative of art or beauty
expurgate
removing offensive passages
paradox
seemingly contradictory statement that is actually true
infallible
incapable of making a mistake
scrutinize
examine closely
premonition
a "feeling" that something is going to happen
superfluous
excess
innocuous
harmless
paraphrase
to restate in simpler words
elicit
cause something to happen
imperious
arrogant, bossy, haughty
prerequisite
something that is requires for something else to happen
cognizant
fully aware
succumb
to give in
diminutive
very small
reticent
unwilling to communicate
indelible
unremovable
penchant
strong liking
slothful
lazy
vociferous
loud
transcendant
superior in quality or acheivement
vacillation
indecisiveness
trite
cliched
satiate
satisfy
elusive
hard to comprehend
truncate
cut-off
succintt
brief
rebuttal
response
verbosity
long-winded language
rectify
to correct
exploit
take advantage of
miser
money hoader
prodigal
reckless in spending
precarious
dangerouly unstable
urbane
sophisticated
mundane
boring
exacerbate
to make an already bad situatuion worse
truant
one who skips
slander
lie
vivid
intense, bright