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rectify v. fix, repair, correct; calibrate, adjust
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adj. incompetent, unskilled; inappropriate, out-of-place; absurd, silly
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n. that which is obscure; anonymity; unclearness; dimness, darkness
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adj. no longer in use, out of fashion; dead, extinct n. dead person
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Noun 1. wisdom in the management of public affairs (synonym) statesmanship, diplomacy (hypernym) wisdom, wiseness
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n. complete suit of armor, protective body suit; splendid or impressive array
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v. extract from, bring out, draw out
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adj. equivalent to, equal to
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myriad n. great number of persons or things, many, a lot, composed of a countless number of items; ten thousand
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adj. impalpable, cannot be seen or touched, insubstantial; difficult to grasp, hard to perceive mentally n. something which cannot be seen or touched
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use of deceit to get something
22688
waste time , move slowly
22687
unruly, difficult to control
22679
accustomed to something unpleasant
22649
feeling of guilt
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stern in manner; very simple
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excessively obedient or attentive
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appearance, facial expression; tolerate
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impulsive, reckless
22489
grow or develop quickly
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extremely old
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sickeningly sentimental
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a cause of distress or destruction
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worthless victory due to high cost
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excessively dramatic or emotional
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inferior imitation
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appropriate, relevant
22465
extra, more than needed
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feeling remorse for wrongdoing
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to reject or repel
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controversial, provoking dispute
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statement regarded as universal truth
22447
sullen, gloomy, ill-humored
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hostility, motivation
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express clearly, intense happiness
22442
great generosity
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airtight, isolated from outside influence
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bitterly sarcastic
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wasteful
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gloomy, dark
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a new word or phrase
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to obstruct, block off
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flair in style or manner
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timely blessing, benefit
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penniless, without money
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overwhelm
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to check, restrain
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expressed without words, unspoken
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harshly critical, brutal attack
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cautious, wary
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obscure, hard to understand
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concise, thorough
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clear, easly to understand
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generosity in gift-giving
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accuracy, truthfulness
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persistently holding to cause or opinion
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full of , swarm with
22398
domineering, commanding
22394
formal blessing
22392
pressing, demanding
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expression enthusiastic praise
22389
talkative
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stubborn, very persistent
22387
imaginary, visionary, unrealistic
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harsh, sharp, bitter
22383
restrain; take offense
22382
taking another person's work and using it as one's own
22281
one with hate for humankind
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look upon with contempt
14272
mournful, sad, melancholic
14270
remove the misunderstanding
14268
wildly active, frenzied, frantic
14265
give up power
14263
excessively sweet or sentimental
14260
malleable moldable
14258
amazing work
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to assert
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oily; excessively flattering
14237
mistaken
14236
speak many languages
14235
offensive odor
14234
daily, ordinary, common
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deviate from main point
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v. possess sovereign power, rule, control, govern; predominate, prevail, be widespread n. rule, government; period of rule, period of time that a particular government is in control
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v. collide, hit; infringe, encroach, intrude; make an impression, influence
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n. indication, hint; sign, omen of future events
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n. commonness, state of being widespread, currentness, predominance
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distort v. deform; falsify; twist; contort
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v. reveal, tell, disclose, make a secret known n. act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposure (Archaic)
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v. intend, plan; claim, profess; claim falsely, pretend n. intention, purpose; meaning, significance
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adj. Unimportant and small
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adj. impossible to deny or disprove
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v. To grow stronger or healthier
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v. To slow the progress of or make more difficult
25474
Adj. Hard but easy to break
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n. A small difference in meaning or a very small detail
25472
v. To make seem small or unimportant by comparison
25471
v. To invite or attract to come to
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adj. widespread, prevalent; copious, plentiful, abundant; many in number or very common (used for bad things)
25469
v. beg, plead, entreat, beseech
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n. wooden frame on which an artist's canvas is supported or displayed
24366
adj. vulnerable, prone, liable to be affected by illness; emotionally sensitive, impressionable
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v. avoid, avoid in a habitual manner, keep away from
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v. confirm to be true; reinforce; certify
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v. To come together for a formal discussion or meeting
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v. To enlarge or increase; to improve
25463
v. To correct a problem with another positive thing
25462
v. To move something a short distance; n. A small change in position or direction
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v. To help something continue; to keep going
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adv. in the dark; adj. becoming dark; occurring in the dark; obscure; v. grow dark or gloomy
25457
v. fool someone, sucker someone n. fool, sucker, person who is easily deceived
25456
n. coward; cowardly person; nasty person, mean person adj. cowardly; mean in a nasty manner; despicable, contemptible, nasty
25454
n. A number of persons secretly united for effecting by intrigue some private purpose.
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n. In colonial times, a member of the lower house of the legislature of Maryland or Virginia.
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v. To foil or frustrate; to completely confuse
25451
v. to pester
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v. To lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade.
25449
adj. terrible, horrible, dreadful
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n. horribleness; wickedness, cruelty
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adj. showy, pretentious; bombastic, pompous; garish
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adj. damaging, injurious, harmful
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adj. indifferent; composed; unconcerned; careless, remiss, negligent, neglectful; mindless, thoughtless; slapdash, perfunctory; sprawling
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adj. pretentious, arrogant; conceited, overly proud, haughty
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adj. disgusting, abominable, hateful
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Adjective 1. having or showing profound knowledge; "a learned jurist"; "an erudite professor"; (synonym) learned; (similar) scholarly
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adj. preventative of disease n. means of prevention
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v. To cause to separate and go in different directions
25391
v. To bend into different shape
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adj. Too large and difficult to handle
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v. To continue to exist; to live through bad experiences
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n. The time of day immediately after the sun goes down
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adj. Done before someone else can do it
25386
v. To take out by force
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adj. pertaining to or part of a whole; intrinsic, essential, constituent; made up of parts which together form a whole; whole, complete, undivided n. something which is whole, entire thing; Riemann integral, expression which will produce a given differential when differentiated (Mathematics)
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adj. too colorful and effortly decorated
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adj. Happening often without stopping (used for bad things)
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n. A natural ability for a specific skill
25382
v. To pull back
25381
v. To throw forcefully
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n. An enjoyable smell
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v. To give abilities to
25378
n. An untruthful reason given for an action
25377
adj. highest in rank or importance
25376
adj. mysterious and scary
25375
v. to encourage or stimulate
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n. act of pushing, act of propelling; thrust, driving force
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adj. behaving wildly, moving about furiously; prevailing, abundant
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v. force, compel to do something
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adj. harsh, strict, severe; exact, precise, strictly accurate
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n. period, stage, interval, determining hour; crisis, breaking point; place where two things meet and join, joint, hinge, seam; joining, union, connection
25350
adj. disreputable; deplorable, terrible, shameful, indecent; heinous, villainous
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v. extract from, bring out, draw out
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adj. worried, concerned
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adj. superior, supreme; above all, of the highest rank; most important
25254
v. amaze, stun, confuse, bewilder; fail to discern a difference, mix up
24950
v. get to the bottom of; penetrate and understand; measure the depth of
24949
cover for the nose and mouth of an animal
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endless, unceasing; limitless
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n. state of being religious, piousness, devoutness
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adj. immortal, deathless; unending
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have got to, must, need to
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going to
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past tense of go
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snake; treacherous person; Satan
22749
person that coordinates
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one who tells fortunes and predicts the future
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member of a jury
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adv. during the night; on the previous evening adj. occurring or continuing during the night; lasting the night; designed to be used for one night (i.e. overnight bag); rapid, sudden
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legal expert, judge, lawyer
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encouraging or arousing interest or enthusiasm
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list of terms and definitions
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truthfulness, honesty; accuracy
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a large amount; much.
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product of the imagination, notion
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anticipative; predictive
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sad, gloomy, irritable, bitter
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prior condition, previous stipulation
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v. recover, heal
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look back, reflecting on things in the past
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an unauthorized copy or imitation
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adj. thin, gentle, fine, sparse
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intrigue, plot, secret plan
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compose melodies; make something melodic
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succinct, concise
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incapable; unfit, inadequate; inexpert
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uneducated worker (derogatory)
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copy, replicate, photocopy, identical
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based on mutual agreement
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derogatory; counterfeit, fake
14296
cheek muscle
14295
criminal, evildoer
14286
diminish in intensity, decrease
14284
praise, commend
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jot
little bit, tiny amount; scribble down
14281
late; slow, sluggish
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smallest unit in a substance or compound
14277
smallest part of an element
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frightening; the process of becoming cooler
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adj. unfortunate, unlucky, ill-fated
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disease, illness
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v. clasp together; hold tightly
13449
exciting; extraordinary
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number 1000
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sung without instrumental accompaniment
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expend money
13344
peaceful, charmingly rustic, pastoral
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put out, quench; totally destroy, annihilate
13337
afternoon performance of a play or movie
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dark violet-blue color
13333
staff, team, crew
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choosy, selective; fastidious, meticulous
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pertaining to land along the sea
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a person loved by another person
13297
submissive, dutiful, following orders; disciplined
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characteristic of or being a brat; ill-mannered
13292
longing for something past
13283
pretty woman, darling person; sweetie
13281
young male rooster
13276
raise, increase; make worse, aggravate
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exactness, accuracy
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stimulator, one who inspires others to action
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resemble, behave like, pursue
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wonderful, excellent, extraordinary
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cybernetic organism, combination of human and machine
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distance from end to end; period of time
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study of the development of the human race
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assign a priority to
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provocation of dissent, act of promoting rebellion
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center of a target; direct hit
12882
herd, pack; crowd; gather
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word having the opposite meaning of another word
12843
the latest possible moment
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of or pertaining to idealists, principled
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one who lives according to some standard of perfection
12790
disease, plague, scourge; destroy, ruin
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untidy, poorly dressed
12566
rabble, lower social classes
12565
show to be true, prove correct
12554
something outstanding or unique of its kind
12448
manage, supervise; implement; supply
12393
is connected to, is related to, involves
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guarantee; authority; justification
12310
briefly, impermanently, passingly
12309
permit; approve; empower
12308
diversity, multiplicity; kind
12307
exaggeration, embellishment
12304
stop, halt, cease; break
12301
vigorous, full of energy
12282
science of numbers and number patterns and forms
12265
picture, envisage, imagine
12262
make quieter; silent
12144
practice session for a performance
12095
cheerful, happy, joyful
12093
joyful, cheerful; naughty
12091
laughable, causing laughter, funny
12081
abandoned, forsaken
12073
n. snout of an animal; cover for the nose and mouth of an animal to prevent it from biting or harming itself or others; restraint placed in the mouht of a person mouth to prevent yelling or speaking; barrel end of a firearm v. bind (an animal) with a muzzle; prevent from talking, restrain
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n. type of deductive reasoning containing two premises and a conclusion, logical argument in the form of: "if A=C and A=B then B=C" (Logic); deductive reasoning
24856
n. shrewdness; wittiness
24855
n. type of tree that has a very tall thin form
24854
adj. strong, healthy
24852
v. roar; yell, raise one's voice, shout loudly
24851
vt. to draw out; lengthen in duration; prolong; (of a muscle) to draw, thrust, or extend (a part, etc) forwards
24798
n. grass or other growing plants used as food by grazing animals; v. to put (cattle, etc.) out to graze in a pasture
24797
n. a Russian unit of weight, equal to 36.11 pounds (16.38 kilograms)
24796
n. a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with a particular oral tradition.
24795
adj. tense, stressed, nervous; organized, trim, tidy
13527
adj. spicy, piquant, sharp (of flavor, odor, etc.); biting, caustic, sarcastic; clever, witty
14102
adj. having an agreeably pungent taste; syn. zesty, spicy
24750
n. protection; syn. auspices
24749
adj. yielding or containing plenty; affording ample supply; syn. plenteous, ample, rich
24748
adj. crudely or loudly assertive; synonym. Cocky, forward, arrogant, brash
24747
n. immoral woman; impudent young girl
23652
adj. insolent, rude, disrespectful, cheeky
24659
n. the attribute of being brief or fleeting
24485
adj. joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success
24484
adj. like a coquette; flirtatious
24483
n. a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action
24482
n. the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation
24481
n. a storyteller in West Africa; perpetuates the oral traditions of a family or village
24480
adj. perceptible by the senses or intellect; capable of being seen or noticed
24479
adj. stubbornly unyielding; sticking together; good at remembering; persistent
24478
v. move or draw apart; extend in a different direction; be at variance with; be out of line with
24477
v. separate from surrounding living tissue, as in an abortion; discard as undesirable
24476
n. unwillingness to compromise, inflexibility
24473
adj. expressed in a way that is clear and easy to understand
24373
adj. having a strong influence or effect; (literary) deep or far below the surface of something
24372
n. the distant past (= a long time ago), especially before the sixth century:
24371
n. changing of a gas into a liquid; compressing; something that has been shortened
24347
v. to make a substance spread completely through something, or to spread completely through something
24346
v. pommel, beat with the fists, punch repeatedly
24312
n. the state of being able to read and write
24311
n. quarreling, squabbling, disputing, arguing
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