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EFFECT
A result
COLLOQUIAL
Informal conversation or expression
INSCRIPTION
Carving or writing on a surface
MONOLOGUE
A speech or performance by one person.
INVOKE
To call in assistance; to call upon
LOQUACIOUS
Very talkative
REVOKE
To cancel or withdraw
ECOLOGY
The relationship of living things and their enironment; the study of this relationship.
MANUSCRIPT
Thr original text of a book or article before publication; referring to writing done by hand.
CONTRADICT
To say or put forth the opposite of something.
IMPLY
To suggest; to say something indirectly.
EDICT
An order or decree
DEMOGRAPHIC
Referring to the study of population characteristics.
PROLOGUE
The introduction to a literary or artisic work; an introductory event.
ADVOCATE
To urge publicly; to recommend; a person who publicly urges a cause.
DICTATOR
A ruler with total authority
CONSCIOUS
Aware; awake
EPIGRAM
A short, clever saying, often in rhyme
AFFECT
To have an influence on; to change.
TRANSCRIBE
To make a complete written copy; to copy something into another form.
VOCIFEROUS
Crying out noisily; speaking loudly
GRAPHIC
Referring to drawings or artistic writing; described vividly or clearly.
CONSCIENCE
Sense of right and wrong; moral sense.
INFER
To conclude; to guess