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Cards (80)

Section 1

(50 cards)

Opulent

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(adj.) wealthy, rich, affluent

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Ostentatious

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(adj.) an attempt to impress others

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Rancorous

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(adj.)showing deep resentment

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Imply

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to hint at something

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Cid

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kill, cut ex. genocide

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Scrib

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Write (ex: describe)

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Sect

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cut ex. intersect

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Reclusive

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(adj.) one who lives in seclusion or apart from society

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Inconsequential

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not important or significant

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Extenuating

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(adj.) make (guilt or an offense) seem less serious or more forgiving

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Gress

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step, go forward ex. egress

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Mit

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send ex. transmit

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Fer

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bear, carry ex. confer

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Sent

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feel ex. sentiment

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Sequ

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follow ex. sequence

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Pend

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hang example: pendulum

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Spontaneity

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(n.) impulsive movement or action

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Resilient

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(adj.) spring back; return back to original form

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Inevitable

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certain to happen; unavoidable

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Evanescent

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(adj.) soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing

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Press

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Press, hold (ex:impress)

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Among

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when you are talking about things that aren't distinct items or individuals

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Enhance

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(v.) intensify, increase, or further improve the quality, value or extent of

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Orator

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(n.) a public speaker

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Renovation

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(v.) to restore or make new again

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Between

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talking about distinct individual terms even of there are more than two of them

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Exemplary

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(adj.) serving as a desirable model; representing the best of its kind

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Infer

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to make an educated guess

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Integrity

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quality of being honest and having strong moral principles

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Novice

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(n.) a beginner

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Intuitive

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using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive

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Reverence

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(n.) a gesture indicative of deep respect

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Parched

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(v.) thirsty

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Exasperating

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(adj.) intensely irritating; infuriating

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Flect

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flex, bend ex. genuflect

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Spurious

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(adj.) not genuine, authentic, or true

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Prosperity

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(n.) wealth and success

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Reconciliation

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(n.) to harmonize or make compatible; settle on a disagreement

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Querulous

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(adj.) complaining in a whining manner

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Sagacity

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(n.) foresight, discernment, or keen perception

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Restrained

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(v.) to hold back from

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Rupt

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Break (ex: disrupt)

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Loqu

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talk/ speak ex. loquacity

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Scrutinize

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(v.) to examine in detail with careful or critical attention

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Intrepid

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fearless; adventurous

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Ced

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go ex. intercede

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Cept

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take, hold ex. intercept

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Prudent

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(adj.) showing care and thought for the future

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Leg

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read, choose ex. illegible

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Provocative

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(adj.) arousing desire or interest

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Section 2

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Impute

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(v.) represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done, caused, or possessed by someone; attribute

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Ped

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foot example: centipede

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Principle

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an accepted rule of action or conduct

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Prosaic

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(adj.) having style or diction of prose; lacking poetic beauty

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Mov

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move example: immovable

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Enervating

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(v.) weaken

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Principal

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of high rank or importance

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Precocious

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(adj.) (of a child) having developed certain abilities or proclivities at an earlier age than usual

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Ephemeral

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(adj.) very short lived

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Act

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act, do ex. actual

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Illusion

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a false idea or belief; a deceptive appearance or impression

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Hedonist

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(n.) a person who believes that the pursuit of pleasure is the most important thing in life; a pleasure seeker

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Impetuous

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(adj.) acting or done quickly and without thought or care

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Emulate

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(v.) to imitate with effort to equal or surpass

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Ami

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like, love ex. amiable

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Pretentious

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(adj.) attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed

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Hypothesis

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(n.) a proposed explanation for a phenomenom

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Port

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carry example: transport

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Incompatible

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(adj.) (of two things)

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Duct

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lead example: induct

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Pel

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drive example: impel

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Allusion

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an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly

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Dispel

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(v.) to cause to vanish; alleviate: to dispel her fears

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Cad

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fall ex. cadence

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Pon

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put example: respond

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Procrastinate

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(v.) to delay or postpone something

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Empathy

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(n.) experiencing of the feelings, thoughts, or attiutudes of another

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Perfidious

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(adj.) deceitful; untrustworthy

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Fact

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make, do example: benefactor

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Dict

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tell example: edict

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