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abase abet

abeyance abjure abomination aboriginal abound abrogate accede accentuate access acclaim accord accouterments accrue acquisitive acquit acronym adage adduce adjourn adjunct ad-lib advent adventitious

to humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble [, ] , to support or encourage someone, especially someone who has done something wrong ... , suspension; temporary cessation [](), , ; obey- to repudiate; to take back; to refrain from [, , ] , [ ] something despised or abhorred; extreme loathing , , () native; dating back to the very beginning , , to be very numerous , ... to abolish or repeal formally; to set aside; to nullify [, ] , / to give in; to yield; to agree .., , to emphasize; to accent; to highlight ... , , the right or ability to approach, enter, or use (), to praise publicly and enthusiastically , to agree; to be in harmony; to grant or bestow /; , personal clothing, accessories, or equipment; trappings [ ] , , , to accumulate over time [](), [ ] , seeking or tending to acquire; , [, , ] to find not guilty; to bahave or conduct oneself , , ; , a word made up of the initials of other words () ex)U.F.O. a traditional saying; a proverb to bring forward as an example or as proof; to cite ... ; [, ] , cite to suspend until another time ... , , something added to or connected with something else; an assistant , to improvise; speak or act spontanesously ... arrival; coming; beginning [ , ], , accidental; connected to but nonetheless unrelated; irrelevant , , ,

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advocate affidavit affiliate affliction afford

a person who argues in favor of a position / a sworn written statement made before an official , / to become closely associated with ... , , , / misery; illness; great suffering; a source of misery, or great suffering , , ; , , , to give; to supply; to confer upon ... , , insult; a deliberate act of disrespect / consequence; events following some occurrence or calamity , , to exaggerate; to cause to appear greater; to increase(something) in power, reputation, wealth, etc [] , , [, , ]... to mistreat; to do grievous injury to; to distress ... , , ; grievous- terrified, shocked , a seemingly magical process of transformation to estrange; to cause to feel unwelcome or unloved; to make hostile ..., ... , ... loyalty , , , [ ] , loyalty a story in which the characters are symbols with moral or spiritual meanings , , , , to apportion, allocate, or assign /, , allocate a heated fight, argument, or quarrel , , , to pile up; to accumulate; to collect for one's own use [] , , in the middle of ... [], ... , ..., something or someone loathe or detested (); , subordinate; providing assistance , , anxiety; fear; dread to add or attach , an annual allowance or income; the annual interest payment on an investment; any regular allowance or income

affront aftermath aggrandize

aggrieve aghast alchemy alienate allegiance allegory

allot

altercation amass amid anathema ancillary angst

annex annuity

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Word Smart II (), to be older than; to have come before []... , ...() situated in front , (, ), , a collection, especially of literary works , , [ ], , collection ascrigbing human characteristics to nonhuman animals or objects (, ) situated on opposite sides of the earth; exactly opposite , ancientness; ancient times , ; , an opening , , , chasm highest point , , , the most distant point in the orbit of the moon or of an artificial satellite [, ], stroke (that is, numbness and paralysis resulting from the sudden loss of blood flow to the brain) (), , abandonment or rejection of faith or loyalty , , , treacher causing horror or consternation , ; appellate-, compell- a ghost or ghostly object , , a name , something added on to something else; a supplement , to distribute properionally; to divide into portions , , allocation, allot distinctly suitable; pertinent , , , apropos, apt to estimate the value or quality of; to judge ... , , to give notice to; to inform ... , something extra; an appendage; an accessory , , appendage appropriate; coming at the right time , , , apposite, apt appropriate; having a tendency to; likely , , ... ; , , apposite, apropos a passageway defined by a series of arches; a covered passageway with shops on either side; an area filed with coin-operated games ( ) a large group of islands

antedate anterior

anthology anthropomorphic antipodal antiquity aperture apex apogee apoplexy

apostasy appalling apparition appellation appendage apportion apposite appraise apprise appurtenance apropos apt arcade

archipelago

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Word Smart II ( ) a place where historical documents or materials are stored; the documents or materials themselves () , very dry; lacking life, interest, or imagination , , , implement of war; the process of arming for war , , truce to bring to court to answer an indictment; to accuse [] ; , , , , utter; unmitigated; very bad , the state of being in debt; unpaid debts , , , a collection of armaments; a facility for storing or producing armament; a supply of anything useful , to pronounce clearly; to express clearly a person skilled in a craft , to determine with certainty; to find out definitely , ( ) to credit to or assign; to attribute ( )... with suspicion or disapproval ; a slanderous or damning remark , to attack vigorously to claim strongly; to affirm , () to evaluate; to estimate; to appraise (, ) harsh; severe; withering , ; stringent-,, contingent-, a mental hospital or similar institution; refuge; a place of safety () ; to make amends , , amend to wither away; to decline from disuse , ; , , to give proof of; to declare to be true or correct; to give testimony , to credit to or assign; to ascribe ()... , ()... to serve as an omen or be a sign; to predict or foretell

archives

arid armament armistice arraign arrant arrears arsenal

articulate artisan ascertain ascribe askance aspersion assail assert assess astringent asylum

atone atropny attest attribute augur

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Word Smart II , ... inspiring admiration or awe , , protection; support; sponsorship , , , , , secondary; additional; giving assistance of aid , to help; to be of use; to serve , ... the vanguard; members of a group, especially of a literary or artistic one, who are at the cutting edge of their field () a strong feeling of dislike , to turn away; to prevent (, ) , (, ), eager; enthusiastic , , avarice; arid- a party animal; a drunken reveler; a drunken revelry or orgy , menacing; threatening to abruptly refuse (to do something); ti stop short ; sensational advertising or promotion; uproar , ; something that heals or soothes , , (). to toss back and forth; to exchange ( ) , (, ) an exchange of good-humored or mildly teasing remarks , extravagantly ornate; flamboyant in style , a concentrated outpouring of artillery fire, or of anything else ; ( ) , a gaudy trinket; a small, inexpensive on ornament , noisy uproar and chaos; a place characterized by noisy uproar and chaos , to envy another's possession or enj0yment of something; to be reluctant to give, or to give grudgingly ; , , wistful command; order to mourn about; to lament , a blessing; an utterance of good wishes ignorant; unenlightened

august auspices auxiliary avail avang-garde

aversion avert avid bacchanal baleful balk ballyhoo balm bandy banter baroque barrage bauble

bedlam begrudge

behest bemoan benediction benighted

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Word Smart II , , to present as a gift; to confer , ; (); ill-tempered; cranky , , irasible, choleric a temporary encampment, especially of soldiers to turn pale; to cause to turn pale , ; , bleach mild; tasteless; dull; unlively , () ; , , flattery , perfect contentment; extreme joy , to roar; to be loud; to be tumultous (, ) , pompous or pretentious speech of writing ; a person who enjoys good food, good drink, and luxirious living sincere, done or made in good faith; authentic; genuine , a blessing; a benefit , a rude or churlish person goods taken from an enemy in war; plunder; stolen or confiscated goods , to bungle; to ruin through poor of clumsy effort ; , invigorating ... , , galvanize to wave or display threateningly ( ) , () a false show or ostentatious show of bravery or defiance big muscles; great strength , impudent; bold a violation; a gap or break ; () , ; bleach- edge to stiffen with anger; to act in a way suggestive of an animal whose hair is standing on end; to appear in some way similar to hair standing on end , () , a dull, obvious, overfamilar saying; a cliche , ,

bestow bilious bivouac blanch bland blandishment bliss bluster bombast bon vivant bona fide boon boor booty botch bracing brandish

bravado brawn brazen breach brink bristle

bromide

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brouhaha brusque buffoon bulwark

byzantine

cabal cache calamity callous calumny canon cant canvass capacious capital captivate carcinogenic cardinal careen cartography cascade cataclysm caucus cavalier cavil

uproar; hubbub , , , abrupt in manner; blunt , a joker, especially one who is coarse of acts like an ass a wall used as a defensive fortification; anything used as the main defense against anything else , , , extremely intricate or complicated in structure; having to do with Byzantine Empire. , ( ) a group of conspirators; the acts of such a group; a clique , a hiding place; the things hidden in a secret place , a disaster , insensitive; emotionally hardened () , , , , slander; a maliciously false statement , a rule of law, especially a religious one; a body of rules of laws; an official , , insincere of hypocritical speech ; recant-, to seek votes or opinions; to conduct a survey , spacious; roomy; commodious , , , the town or city that is the seat of government; money, equipment, and , (), , , to fascinate; to enchant; to enrapture ... , , causing cancer most import; chief , , to swerve; to move rapidly without control; to lean to one side ;[ ] ;[] () the art of making maps and charts [], [] a waterfall; anything resembling a waterfall , a violent upheaval; an earthquake; a horrible flood , , , a meeting of the menbers of a political party of political faction; a political , , arrogant; haughty; carefree; casual ,; ; (knight) to quibble; to raise trivial objections

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Word Smart II , worthless stuff , a highly changeable person , to defend; to support []... to direct; to cause to follow a certain path , ; , pure and unadorned; abstaining from sex [], ; , a supercute chubby-cheeked child; a kind of angel ; to chuckle with glee , , a rude person; a boor , ; , , boor brazenness; audacity , blatant zero; a nobody; a code; the solution to a code 0(), ; , to sail or travel all the way around ... , [] a fortress defending a city; a stronghold; a bulwark , , concealed or secreat, usually for an evil or subversive purpose , , , arcane top-notch; of t highest quality; serving as a standard or model , , ; , to cling; to split ... , ; ... ; , , rent having to do with the climate [], a covered walk, with columns on one side, that runs along the perimeter of a courtyard, especially in a convent or monastery; a convent or monastery; a tranquil, secluded place , , , , an exact duplicate; an oraganism genetically identical to another ; ; () a blow; influence , , [], to cause to feel too full, especially when indulging in something overly , to baby ... , ; , to ponder; to meditate; to think carefully , ... ;... /, ruminate, deliberate a group , , ; , , to honor the memory of; to serve as a memorial to []... , ... / to express sorrow or sympathy for; to sympathize with; to pity

chaff chameleon champion channel chaste cherub chortle churl chutzpah cipher circumnavigate citadel clandestine classic cleave climatic cloister

clone clout cloy coddle cogitate cohort commemorate commiserate

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Word Smart II ... () , , ... spacious; roomy; capacious , , harmonious; capable of functioning, working, or living together in harmony; consistent , , , capable; qualified , , to gather together; to gather together into a book , to act or be in accordance (with) , , calm; tranquil , , a settlement of differences in which each side gives up something , , , () remorse, a feeling of uneasiness at doing something wrong , ; ; [] curved inward, like the inside of a circle or a shpere , ; to acknowledge as true or right; to grant or yield ... , ... [, ] , , avow, accede=agree having the same center [, ] combined action; agreement , , , , , ; to create by mixing ingredients; to devise ... ,, , ; following from; accompanying; going along with , , ; (), an ally; an accomplice (), (), ; , ; / to exchange ideas; to consult with; to bestow , , (), a person with whom secrets or private thoughts are shared [ ] () arrangement [, ] , , , a large fire a flowing together [ ], ; [, ], , te bewilder; to amaze; to throw into , , , ... , confused to solidify; to jell ... , having to do with marriage [], [] to conspire; to aid or encourage a wrong , (); , a greenhouse, usually one attached to another structure; a masic or drama

commodious compatible competent compile comply composed compromise compunction concave concede

concentric concert concoct concomitant confederate confer confidant configuration conflagration confluence confound congeal conjugal connive conservatory

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Word Smart II , ; , ; , to hand over; to assign; to entrust; to banish ... , ; /; ; ... to combine or bring together; to solidify; to strengthen /; , easily seen; impossible to miss , , sudden confusion , the group of voters represented by a politician; agroup of supporters for , , ; , ; constitute- disdain; disgrace , , , a continuous whole without clear division into parts , smuggled goods ; , ; , an embracing occurrence; a mishap () , contingent rudeness; insolence; arrogance [, ], ( ) a puzzle or problem without a solution [ ]; , to gather together; to assemble; to meet , ; ... , , gather familiar; experienced , ; , the opposite , , ; , to transport; to conduct; to communicate , , , , [] strong belief; a determination of guilt , , () a twist or trun; the act of twisting or turning , abundant; plentiful , , gracious; warm; sincere , , ; , , , loyalty a proposition that follows easily [] , material; tangible; having substance, like the body , , , , substentive a mutual relation between two or more things () eating away; destructive [], ; [] shaped with folds or waves , , a group of close associates; a circle(of freinds or associates) , , , ; ,

consign consolidate conscpicuous consternation constituency contempt continuum contraband contretemps contumely conundrum convene conversant converse convey conviction convolution copious cordial corollary corporeal correlation corrosive corrugated coterie

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cower crass craven crescendo crestfallen crevice cringe critique crux cuisine cull curb curmudgeon cursory debase debunk decree decry deem deficit defile deft defunct degrade deign deity

to shrink away or huddle up in fear [, ] extremely unrefined; gross; stupid , , , dull cowardly , ; , a gradual increase in the volume of a sound; a gradual increase in the intensity of anything , , [] dejected; dispirited , a narrow split, crack, or fissure [ ] to shrink back with fear; to cower; to be servile or suck up in a horrible [ ] , , , a critical review [], [], , the central point; the essence , a style of cooking , , culinary to pick out from among many; to select; to collect , / to restrain or control ... , ; , ; [], a difficult, bad-tempered person quick and unthorough; hasty; superficial , , to lower in quality or value; to degrade [, ]; to expose the nonsense of an official order, usually having the force of law , , () to put down; to denounce , (denounce) to judge; to consider (...) a shortage, especially of money , , (surplus) to make filthy or foul; to desecrate , , ... (desecrate), =consecrate skillful , no longer in effect; no longer in existence 1. , (deceased); 2. , demise to lower in dignity or status; to corrupt; to deteriorate 1. , , 2. , 3. (deteriorate) to condescend; to think it in accordance with one's dignity(to do something) ~ , condescend a god or goddness

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Word Smart II , , depressed; disheartened , delightful; delicious , ; deleterous-, neglecting a duty or law; late in payment , , , lazy, guilty to search or study intensively , behavior; manner , , , behavior death , , defunct the statistical study of characteristics of populations to object; to take exception , shy; reserved; sedate , , a classfication; a category name , , , to signify; to indicate; to mark to condemn , to portray, especially in a picture; to describe , , to decrease the supply of; to exhaust; to use up , to regret; to condemn; to lament (lamnet), , mourn to station soldiers or armaments strategically; to arrange strategically () to remove from office or position of power (), () , abdicate to prey upon; to plunder , plunder neglectful; delinquent; deserted; abandoned 1. , , 2. to stop doing(something) , , renounce deeply religious; fervent , , devote a bitter, abusive denunciation ; , (invective) division into two parts, especially contradictory ones , to cause to spread out; to cause to disperse; broken-down; fallen into ruin , , devastate

dejected delectable delinquent delve demeanor demise demography demur demure denomination denote denounce depict deplete deplore deploy depose depredate derelict desist devout diatribe dichotomy diffuse dilapidated

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dilate dilemma

diminution dire dirge disaffect disarrary disclaim discomfit disconcert discourse discrepancy discursive disgruntle disinformation dismal dismay dispassionate disperse dispirit disposition disproportionate disquiet dissemble dissent

to make larger; to become larger; to speak or write at length , a situation in which one must choose between two equally attractive choices; any problem or predicament the act or process of diminishing; reduction , , diminish disastrous; desperate , ; ; , ; a funeral song to cause to lose affection; to estrange; to alienate ... , ... ; , disgruntle disorder; confusion , , to deny any claim to; to renounce , , to frustrate; to confuse ... (frustrate); , confuged to upset; to ruffle; to perturb , , confuged spoken or written expression in words; conversation , , difference; inconsistency , rambling from one topic to another, usually aimlessly , , (digressive) to make sulky and dissatisfied; to discontent ... , ... , , disaffect false information purposely disseminated, usually by a government, for the , dreary; causing gloom; causing dread , (dreary) to fill with dread; to discourage greatlyp to perturb , unaffected by passion; impartial; calm , , indifferent to scatter; to spread widely; to disseminate , to discourage; to dishearten; to lose spirit , ... , depressed characteristic attitude; state of mind; inclination; arrangement , , out of proportion; too much or too little , , to make uneasy ... , ... to conceal the real nature of; to act or speak falsely in order to deceive [, ] , , to disagree; to withhold approval

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disservice dissident dissuade distinct diurnal divine divulge document doldrums doleful dolt dotage double entendre dour downcast downplay draconian droll dross duress ebb ecclesiastical eclipse

ecosystem edict

a harmful action; an ill turn , , a person who disagrees or dissents , to persuade not to [ ]() separate; different; clear and unmistakable , , , occurring overy day; occurring during the daytime , , to intuit; to prophesy , ; , to reveal, especially to reveal something that has been a screat [] to support with evidence, especially written evidence ... low spirits; a state of inactivity , sorrowful; filled with frief , a stupid person; a dunce , senility; foolish affection , (senility) a word or phrase having a double meaning, especially when the second forbidding; severe; gloomy (forbidding), directed downward; dejected; depressed , to minimize; to represent as being insignificant; to play down ... , harsh; sever; cruel (), humorous; amusing in an odd, often understated, way , worthless stuff, especially worthless stuff arising [ ], , , chaff coercion; compulsion by force or threat , ; to diminish; to recede , ; , emaciate having to do with the church , to block the light of; to overshadow; to reduce the significance of; to surpass []... , ... , [] / a community of organisms and the physical environment in which they live an official decree , , (decree)

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edifice effectual efficacy effigy elation electorate elegy elite elocution emaciate emanate emancipate embargo embellish embody embroil embryonic emissary empathy empower endear engaging enmity ennui ensue entail

a big, imposing building effective; adequate , (adequate) effectiveness , a likeness of someone, especially one used in expressing hatred for the , a feeling of great joy , , elate the body of people entitled to vote in an election; the voters a mournful poem or other piece of writing; a mournful piece of music , the best or most select group the art of public speaking , , rhiteric; elaborate-, to make extremely thin through starvation or illness ... , to come forth; to issue [, , ] , , disperse to liberate; to free from bondage or restraint ... , a government order suspending foreign trade; a government order , , to adorn; to beautify by adding ornaments; to add fanciful or fictitious ... , (adorn) to personify; to give physical form to [] () , [ ] , +ethereal to involve in conflict; to throw into disorder [, ]... , ; , undeveloped; rudimentary , ; , ; a messenger of representative sent to represent another , ; identification with the feelings or thoughts of another [] to give power or authority to; to enable ... , to make dear; to make beloved ... , , charming; pleasing; attractive , , , deep hatred; animosity; ill will , , , , animity boredom; listless lack of interest , (boredom) to follow immediately afterward; to result , ; [] , to have as a necessary consequence; to involve

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Word Smart II [ ]... , ;... something that exists; a distinct thing , ; , ; to ask earnestly; to beg; to plead [] , , , an independent business person; one who starts, runs, and assumes the risk of oerating an independent business enterprise , []; to name one by one; to list ... , ; ... , ... to imagine; to foresee [ ] , ... a person with refined taste in wine and food , ; , culinary an afterword; a short concluding chapter of a book; a short speech at the [] an era; a distinctive period of time [], ; ( ) having to do with horseback riding , ; , () worthy of admiration; capable of being estimated () , () ; to make unfriendly or hostile; to cause to feel removed from [] , , [] , ... moral standards governing behavior , ; , , a spoken or written tribute to a person, especially a person who has just , () ; to demonstrate convincingly; to prove [ ] , ; ... ; invoke- to summon farth; to draw forth; to awaken; to produce of suggest [ ] , , [] , , elicit, ct to remove by cutting, or as if by cutting [, ] , ... , ; , , , excused; not subject ot ... , , (), immune to unbury; to dig out of the ground ... , [](, ) a mass departure or journey away [ ], ; [ ] , excessively costly; excessive , , , egregious to make amends for; to atone for ... ; [ ] , amend, atone to make a detailed explanation of the meaning of [, , ] , ... , explanation; a large public exhibition , ; , to reason with someone in order to warn or dissuade , , exhort; postulate- to erase; to eliminate any trace of

entity entreat entrepreneur

enumerate envision epicure epilogue epoch equestrian estimable estrange ethics eulogy evince evoke excise exempt exhume exodus exorbitant expiate explicate exposition expostulate expunge

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Word Smart II ... , (), ... ; , efface, excise extraordinarily fine or beautiful; intense , , , (intense) still in existence () , extand to obtain through force, threat, or illicit means , ; ; [] the outermost point or edge; the greatest degree; grave danger; a limb or , , ; , , ; (), extreme highly joyous or enthusiastic; overlowing; lavish , ; ; , ; [, ] the front of a building; the false front of a building; the false front or misleading appearance of anything [] , [], any of the flat, polished surfaces of a cut gem; aspect [ ] , ; [, ] , ; facetuous- a false notion or belief; a misconception (), to understand; to penetrate the meaning of [] (sound), [ ] , false , to exhibit affection; to seek favor through flattery; to suck up to someone [ ] , ; n. to make a false representation of; to pretend ... , ... , [ ] , ; , to generate pus; to dacay [ ] , , , erode, corrosive an object of obsessive reverence, attention, or interest [, ], ; a complete failure or disaster; an incredible , an arbitrary decree or order , , , likely to change for no good reason , ; ; finichy- something made up or invented; a fabrication () ; , pertaining to financial matters; monetary (), ; inexperienced or immature , , ; ; fledge- frivolously disrespectful; saucy; pert; flip , ; , ruddy; flushed; red-faced , coarse food for livestock; raw material [] , ; , (raw material) foolishness; insanity; imprudence (); (imprudence) a quick raid or attack; an initial venture

exquisite extant extort extremity exuberant facade

facet fallacy fathom faux fawn feign fester fetish fiasco fiat fickle figment fiscal fledgling flippant florid fodder folly foray

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Word Smart II , ; an initial venture to be an omen of; to predict; to foretell [ ] , ; / to deprive a mortgagor of his or her right to redeem a property; to shut out or exclude , [] ; , () related to or used in courts of law ( ), to thwart, prevent, or hinder something from happening; to head off ... , ... to retract, renounce, or recant; to take back ... , ... , (recant) a person's strong point, special talent, or specialty , frank; outspoken; going straight to the point 1. , 2. to encourage; to promote the development of (, ) , incomplete; disconnected; made up of fragments , productive; producing good or abundant results; successful , () , , , to stimulate; to ingite; to kindle, as if providing with fuel 1. () 2. ... (kindle) to denounce vigorously; to protest vehemently against something , a social blunder; an embarrassing mistake; a faux pas , (blunder), fiasce; plunder-, plounder- to startle into sudden activity; to revitalize ... , (revitalzie), bracing a scheme to gain an advantage; a ploy ( ) , the full range (of something) , to gather; to acquire; to earn 1. ... 2. () the art of eating well , , culinary general; common; not protected by trademark origin; creation; beginning , the extermination of a notional, racial, or religious group applicable; pertinent; relevant , (pertinet) shockingly horrible; frightful; ghostilke , () free of charge , ; , gratuitous tragic; agnoizing; severe , , , mourn, bemoan; aggrieve-,

forebode foreclose forensic forestall forswear forte forthright foster fragmentary fruitful fuel fulminate gaffe galvanize gambit gamut garner gastronomy generic genesis genocide germane ghastly gratis grievous

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grimace guise habituate hacyon harass harbinger harp harry heinous herald hoary homage hubris hypocrisy idiom imbue impasse impeach impecunious impede impending impenetrable imperative impetuous implication importune

to make an ugly, disapproving facial expression , , , appearance; semblance , , , to train; to accustom to a situation ... , peaceful; carefree; sencere , ; , , , to attack repeatedly; to torment or pester [] , ... a precursor; an indication; an omen , , to repeat tediously; to go on and on about something [ ] to harass; to annoy [] , ; , shockingly evil; abominable; atrocious , , , a royal proclaimer; a harbinger [ , ], (harbinger) gray or white with age; ancient; stale [] , , ; hoard- reverence; respect , arrogance; excessive pride [ ] , , insolent insincerity; two-facedness , ; ... an expression whose meaning is different from the literal meaning of the , [, ] , to inspire; to permeate or tinge 1.(, )... , , 2.... a deadlock; a situation from which there is no escape , , to accuse or indict; to challenge; call into question 1. , 2. without money; penniless , to obstruct or interfere with; to delay ... , approaching; imminent; looming , (imminent) incapable of being penetrated; impervious; incomprehensible 1. 2. completely necessary; vitally important , rash; overimpulsive; headlong , , something implied or suggested; ramification , to urge with annoying persistence; to trouble

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Word Smart II ... to reduce to poverty; to make destitute 1.... 2. (, ) , unconquerable; able to withstand attack , a person who manages public entertainments (especially operas, but other (, ) done without preparation, on the spur of the moment , to preform without preparation; to make do with whatever materials are 1. 2. freedom from punishment or harm unintentional; heedless; not planned , , insouciant sacred; incapable of being transferred, lost, or taken away , embodiment 1. 2. , , (embodiment) used for setting property on fire; tending to arouse passion or anger; inflammatory 1. , 2. tendency; preference; liking , to instill or implant by repeated suggestions or admonitions ... , currently holding an office; obligatory 1. , 2. a hostile invasion; a raid , , incursive to charge with a crime; to accuse of wrongdoing ... , , impeach to persuade; to influence; to cause , ... , persuade inescapable; incapable of being resisted or acoided , ; elude-, incapable of being removed or destroyed or eradicated , , +eradicable, eradicate fiery; tending to arouse passion or anger; incendiary , inflow; arrival of large numbers of people or things; inundation violation; infringement; the breaking of a law , , , break, infringe, breach the basic framework of a system; foundation , , () to violate; to encroach or trespass ... , () , break, infringe, breach to introduce into; to instill 1.() 2.() (instill) to work to make yourself liked ... , ... ; gratification-, gratify-,

impoverish impregnable impresario impromptu improvise impunity inadvertent inalienable incarnation incendiary inclination inculcate incumbent incursion indict induce ineluctable ineradicable inflammatory influx infraction infrastructure infringe infuse ingratiate

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Word Smart II unfavorable; harmful; detrimental; hostile 1. , 2. impossible to imitate; incomparable; matchless; the best , an insinuation; a sly hint , ruthless questioning; an official investigation characterized by cruelty 1.() , 2.() , nonchalant; lighthearted; carefree , , inadvertent unbearable; intolerable unable to be overcome; insurmountable; overwhelming , (invincible) an act of open rebellion against , ; resurrection- essential; indispensable , meantime; an intervening time; a temporary arangement 1., (meantime) 2. intruder; trespasser; unwanted person , (intruder); an intervening episode; an intermission; a pause (episode), seemingly unending; tediously long , occasional; repeatedly starting and stopping; recurrent , , [, ] to place at intervals; to scatter among ... , ; [ ]... to come between opposing groups; to mediate; to take place; to occur between times .. . (, ), ; to hint or imply ... , ; , complicated; sophisticated; having many parts or facest , ; , a secret scheme; a crafty plot , ; , ; , causing envy or resentment; offensively harmful , ; ; , , malaise free from injury; pure , ; [, ] , to entreat or pray for; to call on as in prayer; to declare to be in effect [ ] ; [, ] , [ ] displaying glowing, changing colors , , the specialized language of vocabulary of a particular job or trade; a meaningless of pretentious language; a local dialect or idiom or vernacular , ; ; a short pleasure trip

inimical inimitable innuendo inquisition insouciant insufferable insuperable insurrection integral interim interloper interlude interminable intermittent intersperse intervene intimate intricate intrigue invidious inviolate invoke iridescent jargon

jaunt

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Word Smart II , belligerent, chauvinistic patriotism; warmongering (), , humorous; jolly; fond of joking , , exultant joy , convergence; linkup; the act or state of being joined together , ; , ; , a small grouup ruling a country after a coup d'etat [ ] good or bad emanations from someone or something , ; theft; robbery , [] lustful; obscene; lewd , ; , , licentious, prurient to spend freely or bestow generously; to squander ... (); ... negligent; lazy; irresponsible , , ; ; , a nonprofessional; a person who is not a member of the clergy , , ; [ ], connection; association; alliance; secret love affair (connecion; association); , lascivious; lewd; promiscuous; amoral , [], (lewd); , transparent; clear; lucid [, , ], ; [], sluggish; without energy or enthusiasm ; , , recital or list; tedious recounting [], ; () discolored; black and blue; enraged [ ]; ; (enraged) extremely unwilling; reluctant , (reluctant) to urge legislative action; to exert influence [] ; ... ;[] boor; oaf; clod , ; , boor; rout-, tout- ridiculous; absurd , , (ridiculous) melodious; songlike; poetic (), , humorous misuse of a word that sounds similar to the word intended but ; crazed, excessive excitement; insanity; delusion , , ..., ... related to or located at the margin or border; at the lower limit of quality; ; , [], []

jingoism jocular jubilation juction junta karma larceny lascivious lavish lax layman liaison licentious limpid listless litany livid loath lobby lout ludicrous lyrical malapropism mania marginal

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materialistic mawkish meander medium melancholy melee menagerie meticulous millennium more mode modulate momentum moratorium mores motif motley municipal muse muster mystic nebulous nemesis neophyte nirvana noisome

preoccupied with material things; greedy for possessions [], [] overly sentimental; maudlin , ; , to travel along a winding or indirect route; to ramble or stray from the , , ... the means by which something is conveyed or accomplished; a substance , ; , gloomy; depressed and weary , , , a brawl; a confused fight or struggle; a violent freefor-all; tumultuous confusion , , a collection of animals ; [] precise and careful about details; fussy , , a period of 1,000 years; a thousandth anniversary , ; marshy, mucky ground , method of doing; type; manner; fashion , , to reduce or regulate; to lessen the intensity of , ; , , force of movement; speed; impetus , ; , , s suspension of activity; a period of delay , ; customary moral standards , , a recurring theme or idea , , , extremely varied or diverse; heterogeneous; multicolored , ; , pertaining to a city (or town) and its government (); to ponder; to meditate , to assemble for battle or inspection; to summon up , otherworldly; mysterious; enigmatic , ; , ; vague or indistinct; unclear; hazy , ; , unconquerable opponent or rival; one who seeks just compensation or , beginner; novice beginner; novice a blissful, painless, worry-free state , offensive or disgusting; stinking; noxious

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Word Smart II , ; , ; , wandering from place to place; without a permanent home , a set or system of names; a designation; a terminology ; , indifferent; coolly unconcerned; blase , , , disinterest to repeal; to cancel; to void , , a bow or curtsy; deep reverence , , , , obedient, obedience, obeisant, obey unbiased; unprejudiced , , +subjective interfering; meddlesome; having a tendency to butt in , , , obtrude, compelling, coerce to make unnecessary; to avert , , supernatural; magic; mystical , , hateful; evil; vile , , a long, difficult journey, usually marked by many changes of fortune () ; pertaining to the sense of smell , ; , government by only a very few people , threatening; menacing; portending doom , ; ; all-knowing; having infinite wisdom , , damning; extremely critical; disgraceful , , , , , law; regulation; decree , , decree, mandate to swing back and forth; to pulsate; to waver or vacillate between beliefs , , , , gradual or subtle absorption , to shun; to shut ou , , relegate to eject; to expel; to banish , , expel to overrule; to prevail over , , , opening move; preliminary offer , ; , , a figure of speech in which two contradictory words or phrases are used together pleasant to the taste; agreeable to the feelings

nomadic nomenclature nonchalant nullify obeisance objective obtrusive obviate occult odious odyssey olfactory oligarchy ominous omniscient opprobrious ordinance oscillate osmosis ostracize oust override overture oxymoron

palatable

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Word Smart II , ; , , , palate paleness; whiteness [ ] paleness, whiteness prevalent throughout a large area ( ) elaborate praise; eulogy , religious allegory; fable; morality tale ; palpable=touchable, culpable=guilty a model or pattern of excellence , , , paradigm similar comparable , , ; a mental illness in which the sufferer believes people are out to get him; , having to do with an event or events that can't be explained scientifically; , a sudden, violent outburst; a severe attack , division; dividing wall , rural; rustic; peaceful and calm, like the country , idyllic that which makes people feel pity or sorrow , , surface discoloration caused by age and exidation , , , archaic an inheritance, especially from a father; a legacy , legacy; lethargy-, unusual; bizarre; individual; belonging to a particular region 1. , 2. , wandering; traveling , the one who committed the act , to make something perpetual; to keep from perishing ... . ... () contrary; stubborn , , obdurate, stern, stif apparition; ghost; phantom , calm or indifferent; not easily roused to excitement 1. , 2. , , disinterest, nonchalant, indifferent religious o spiritual journey; excursion; peregrination a fake medication; a fake medicatin used as a control in tests of the effectiveness of drugs () nonsexual; purely spiritual 1. 2.() believable; convincing 1. 2.

pallor pandemic panegyric parable paragon parallel paranoia paranormal paroxysm partition pastoral pathos patina patrimony peculiar peregrination perpetrator perpetuate perverse phantasm phlegmatic pilgrimage placebo platonic plausible

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pliable plight plunder pluralism pontificate porous posterity posthumous posture prattle precarious precocious predecessor predicament predispose predominant pregnant prelude premeditated preponderance presage presentiment presumably presuppose primal pristine

flexible; easy to bend; easy to convince, persuade, or mold 1. , 2. a dangerous, distressing, or unpleasant situation (), , to loot; o ransack , ; flounder- a condition of society in which distinct groups exist and function together 1.() 2. to speak pompously or dogmatically () filled with many tiny holes; permeable; absorbent 1. 2. future generations; descendants; heirs , occurring after one's death; published after the death of the author , to act or speak artificially or affectedly () , to chatter on and on; to babble childishly dangerously insecure or unsteady 1. 2. unusually mature; uncommonly gifted someone or something that precedes in time , , a dangerous or unpleasant situation; a dilemma , to make susceptible; to put in a frame of mind for; to incline toward () ... , ... () most important; dominant; having power over others , , , dominant highly significant; overflowing 1. 2. introduction; something that precedes something else , overture planned beforehand; prearranged; plotted , superiority in weight, number, size, extent, influence, ext., majority; predominance (, , ) , to portend; to foreshadow; to forecast or predict ... , the feeling that something (especially something bad ) is about to happen ( ) , probably; the assumption is that; doubtless , , , presume to assume beforehand; to take for granted in advance; to require as a prior condition ... first; original; of the greatest importance 1. , 2. perfectly clean and untouched; uncontaminated

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Word Smart II 1. , 2. lack of comforts or necessities; poverty , to announce; declare; make known ... , (declare) to obtain or acquire by special means ( )... , offspring; descendants , to reproduce; to multiply; to spread or disseminate 1.(, ) , 2. , to set forth or propose; to offer for consideration (, ) , , propose a person under the care of someone interested in his welfare or career diplomatic etiquette and customs , the act of provoking; incitement; cause , , (incitement) exceptional skill or strength; uncommon bravery 1. , 2. , having lustful thoughts or desires; causing lust 1. , 2. , licentious, lascivious a false name; an alias , the human soul; the mind; the spirit , to pound or punch with the fists ()... ; plumb=plummet meticulously attentive to detail; scrupulously (and sometimes annoyingly) , an expert; an authority; a learned person , erudite sharp-tasting or sharp-smelling; acrid; causing or incisive , , ; repugnant- inflicting a punishment , dim-sighted; practically blind; lacking understanding or imagination , , , very severe and strict about morals , pleasantly old-fashioned; picturesque 1. 2. , archaic state of perplexity; predicament , , almost; near; resembling , a landing on the edge of the water; wharf; pier , , harbor, haven to put an end to; to squelch; to suppress (, ) , ()

privation proclaim procure progeny propagate propound prot g protocol provocation prowess prurient pseudonym psyche pummel punctilious pundit pungent punitive purblind puritanical quaint quandary quasi quay quell

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query queue quiescent quintessential quizzical quotidian rampant rapture rarefied ratify ratiocination rationale raucous reactionary rebuff recidivism reclaim redeem

a question; an inquiry , a line or file 1. ( ) 2. () motionless; at rest; still , being the most perfect example of , , teasing; mocking; questioning; inquisitive , daily; everyday; ordinary , , ordinary widespread; uncontrollable; prevalent; raging 1. , 2. , 3. ecstasy; bliss; unequaled joy , , , bliss esoteric; interesting to a select group only; exalted to confirm; to approve something formally ( ) , , logical reasoning , underlying reason; basis; reasoning , stridently loud; harsh; rowdy ultraconservative; right-wing; backward-thinking 1. 2. , to snub; to reject 1. 2. ... the act of repeating an offense to make uncultivated areas of land fit for cultivation; to recover usable ... (), ... /; ; proclaim- to buy back; to fulfill; to make up for; to rescue from sin buy back(), [] (fulfill); ;[, ] ; deem- to remedy; to make amends for [, ] , , , , revise a public vote on a measure proposed or passed by a legislature [], disobedient and hard to manage; resisting treatment , ; [ ], ; a governing power; a system of government; a period which a government is in power , ; a regulated course , ( , a regulated course the temporary or permanent disappearance of a disease; pardon [, ], ; [ ]; (pardon), , payment; recompense , ; ,

redress referendum refractory regime regimen remission remuneration

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rend render repartee replicate repose repress reprimand reprisal reprobate repugnant resignation resplendent resurrection retort retrospect revamp revel revile revulsion rhapsodize ribald rife rivet rout rue sally

to tear; to rip ... , , ; ; rant-, rent- to make; to cause to be; to provide; to depict ... ; ; a quick, witty reply; witty, spirited conversation full of quick, witty replies ; , (); to reproduce exactly; to duplicate; to repeat ... ; ... ; rest; tranqillity; relaxation ; , ; to hold back; to conceal from oneself; to suppress ... , ; ... stern reproof; official rebuke [ ] , ; , retaliation; revenge; counterattack , ; [ ] , , vengeful a depraved, wicked person; a degenerate , ; repulsive; offensive; disgusting , ; , passive submission; acquiescence , ; [] , (acquiescence); , brilliantly shining; radiant; dazzling , return to life; revival , ; insurrection-, to make a sharp reply , ... , ; extort-, tortuous- looking backward; a review , to revise; to renovate ( or ) , , transcribe to enjoy thoroughly; to take delight in; to carouse , ; rebel- to scold abusively; to berate; to denounce ... , ... , belie- loathing; repugnance; disgust 1. [] 2. to speak extremely enthusiastically; to gush () indecent or vulgar; off-color , , (indecent) occurring frequently; widespread; common; swarming , , ; rift-,, to engross; to hold firmly 1. [, ] (engross) 2. to put to flight; to scatter; to cause a huge defeat [ ] , p tout-, lout- to mourn; to regret 1. (mourn), 2. , woe a sudden rushing attack; an excursion; an expedition; a repartee; a clever

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Word Smart II 1. , (excursion) 2. (repartee) greeting; welcome; opening words of greeting , cf)salute official permission or approval; endorsement; penalty; punitive measure 1. 2. 3. , irony; jokingly or bitingly saying the opposite of what is meant , , (sneer) a scholar; a very knowledgeable and learned person ( ), , pundit, erudite limited; meager; barely sufficient 1. , 2. , scarce; cant-, recant-, ,repudiate division; separation; discord or disharmony 1. , 2. , , chasm to disdain; to find someone or something contemptible , , (contempt) without a seam;without anything to indicate where two things were joined together;smooth cf)seam 1. , 2. , 3. to withdraw from an alliance [ , ] , ; concede-,, accede- aloneness; withdrawal from other people , a small religious subgroup or religion; any group with a uniting theme of , , . largely confined to sitting down; not physically active 1. , 2. having succeeded in life without help from others 1. 2. preachy; pompous; excessively moralizing; self-righteous 1. 2. , calm; peaceful; tranquil; untroubled , snakelike in either shape or movement; winding, as a snake travels 1. , 2. (sinuous) cf)serpent a manacle; a restraint (manacle), a distinctive word, pronunciation, or behavior that typifies a particular [ , ] , , wily; cunning; sly , , (shy) exceptional; unique; unusual , , , a fight between small numbers of troops; a brief conflict , nervous; easily startled; jumpy , to quench; to satisfy; to assuage 1. [] (quench) 2. [] 3. consolation; comfort , (consolation)

salutation sanction sarcasm savant scant

schism scorn seamless secede

seclusion sect sedentary self-made sententious serene serpentine shackle shibboleth shrewd singular skirmish skittish slake solace

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solidarity sophomoric sordid sovereign spate specious

specter spectrum spurn stalwart stark stint stipend stolid stout stratagem stupendous stupor subside subsidiary subsidize substantiate subterfuge suffice suffrage

sense of unity; a sense of sharing a common goal or attitude , juvenile; childishly goofy 2, , morally vile; filthy; squalid , (squalid); morbid-,, forbid- supreme ruler; monarch , , a sudden outpouring [ ] , ignite something that seems correct or appropriate but that lacks real worth; deceptive; misleading; not genuine , , superfluous ghost; phantom a broad sequence or range of different but related thing s or ideas to reject disdainfully; to scorn 1. , 2. , sturdily built; robust; valiant; unwavering 1. 2. utter; unmitigated; harsh; desolate 1. (utter) 2. (desolate) 3. (harsh) to restrict or hold back on; to be frugal ... , (frugal), stingy income; allowance; salary , , , remuneration not easily roused to emotion; impassive; apathetic; phlegmatic , plump; stocky; substantial 1. (plump) 2. (stocky, sturdy) a maneuver designed to outwit an enemy; a scheme; a ruse , remarkable; extraordinary; remarkably large or extraordinarily gigantic 1. 2. , a stunned condition; near-unconsciousness; apathy; inertia 1. , 2. to sink or settle; to diminish; to lessen 1. () 2. , , supplemental; additional; secondary or subordinate , (supplemental), (subordinate) to provide financial aid; to make a financial contribution ... to prove; to verify; to confirm 1. ... 2. ... artifice; a trick or stratagem; a ruse , , , to be sufficient; to be enough , ... the right to vote ,

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suffuse sumptuous supersede supine supplication suppress surmise surreal susceptible sweeping syntax systemic tactical

taint tedium teem temporal temporize tepid thesis thorny threshold throttle thwart timorous

to cover; to overspread; to saturate ... , , luxurious; splendid; lavish 1. , 2. (splendid) to take the place of; to supplant; to make (something) obsolete 1. ... 2. [] , lying on one's back 1. 2. , (lethargic) humble prayer; earnest entreaty , to overpower; to subdue; to quash , (subdue, quash) to conjecture; to guess , ; remise-,lazy, demise-,, having an unreal, fantastic quality; hallucinatory; dreamlike ; corporea- capable of being influenced by something; capable of being emotionally 1. 2. , , susceptive, susceptibility far-reaching; extensive; wide-ranging 1. , 2. , the patterns or rules governing the way grammatical sentences are formed , affecting the entire system, especially the entire body 1. (, ) 2. [, ] having to do with tactics, especially naval or military tactics; marked tactics or deft maneuvering , tactless, , contaminant; a trace of something spoiled, contaminated, off-flavor, or , , ; ; () dullness; monotony; boredom , , to swarm; to be inumdated; to overrun , pertaining to time; pertaining to life; earthly existence; noneternal; 1. , 2. , 3. to stall; to cause delay through indecision ; extemporize- lukewarm; halfhearted , (lukewarm), insipid a theory to be proven; a subject for a composition; a formal paper sing full of difficulties; tough; painful 1. 2. the sill of a doorway; a house's or building's entrance; any point of beginning or entering 1. , 2. , to choke; to strangle; to work a fuel lever or feed th eflow of fuel to an , to prevent from being accomplished; to frustrate; to hinder ... , (hinder) fearful; easily frightened , (timid)

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titillate titular toil tortuous toxic transfix trauma travesty trenchant triumvirate tryst tumult turbid turmoil uncanny underlying undermine underpinning underscore underwrite unilateral usury vacuous vagary vanquish veneer

to excite; to stimulate; to tease ... in title or name only; nominal , , hard work; labor; drudgery; exhausting effort ( ), winding; twisting; serpentine; full of curves , , meandor poisonous , to cause to stand motionless with awe, amazement, or some other strong 1. [ ] ... 2. ... , (rivet) severe shock or distress; a violent wound; a wrenching experience 1. [] 2. , , a grotesque or shameful imitation; a mockery; a perversion , , concise; effective; caustic; sarcastic 1. , 2. ; nonchalant=indifferent, penchant-, a ruling coalition of three officials; any group of three working jointly 1. 3, 3 2. 3 a secret meeting of lovers , violent, noisy commotion; uproar; outbreak 1. , 2. , turmoil murky; opaque; unclear , , , opaque; morbid-,, forbid- state of great confusion or commotion 1. , 2. , , tumult extraordinary; unimaginable; seeming supernatural 1. 2. basic; fundamental; only noticeable under scrutiny 1. 2. , to impair; to subvert; to weaken by excavating underneath ... ; , a system of supports beneath; a foundation or basis , , to underline; to emphasize , ; to sponsor; to subsidize; to insure , , ; , subsidize involving one side only; done on behalf of one side only; one-sided; not , , lending money at an extremely high rate of interest , , ; usurp- empty of content; lacking in ideas or intelligence , , , , whim; unpredictable action; wild notion , to conquer; to overpower , facade; coating; outward appearance

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Word Smart II ; , covered with green plants; leafy; inexperience , ; , border; brink; edge , ; , , brink the quality of being true; something true , , , veracity to complete; to contest; to struggle , , constantly alert; watchful; wary , a small, decorative design or drawing; a short literary sketch; a brief but , , hick; gluey; sticky , , (sticky); lively; animated; full of pep , , fashion; style [ ] [], (fashion); , ; vague- large; extensive; having great volume , ; , ; , pleasant to the senses; luxurious; pleasure-seeking; extra full and shapely ; ; , having a huge appetite; ravenously , ; [] , to float; to drift; to blow [ ] , , to relinquish (a right); to forgo; to put aside for the time being [, ] , ... ; , renounce; waver- , weave- an all-night vigil kept over a dead body before it is buried; the trail a boat leaves behind it in the water; a track or path left behind something , ; ; to decrease in strength or intensity; ti fade away; to decline in power , [, ], ; , [] to justify; to provide grounds for; to guarantee ... , (justify);... ;... (guarantee) cautions; watchful; carefull , , (watchful) shriveled; withered; shrunken , suffering; affliction; distress , , ; , (calamity), deep anger; fury , the mood or spirit of the times , highest point; peak; pinnacle , ,

verdant verge verity vie vigilant vignette viscous vivacious vogue voluminous voluptuous voracious waft waive t

wake

wane warrant wary wizened woe wrath zeitgeist zenith

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