← Lessons 16, 17, & 18 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All adjure trans verb: a. To command solemnly, as under oath. b. To request, urge, or advise earnestly. affidavit noun: A written declaration made under oath before a notary public or some other official. confidant noun: A person to whom secrets or private matters are confided. conjure trans. verb: a. To produce as if by magic. b. To call upon or request, especially by an oath. c. To summon (a spirit) by oath, incantation, or magic spell; intrans. verb: To practice magic; perform magic tricks. fealty noun: a. The loyalty and duty of a vassal, or tenant, to his feudal lord. b. Allegiance to a government, a superior, or to persons or things in general. fiance noun: A man engaged to be married. fidelity noun: a. Faithfulness to obligations, duties, or observances; loyalty b. Exact correspondence with fact or with a given quality, condition, or event; accuracy. c. Degree to which an electronic system, such as a radio or phonograph, reproduces sound without distortion. infidel noun: a. A person who does not accept a particular faith. b. A person who does not believe in religion. jurisdiction noun: a. Authority, power, or control. b. The extent of authority. c. The territory over which authority extends. d. The right and power to administer justice or exercise judicial functions. perjure trans. verb: To render (oneself) guilty of a crime by giving deliberately false, misleading, or incomplete testimony under oath. affect trans. verb: a. To have an influence on; bring about a change in. b. To touch or move the emotions of. avenge trans. verb: a. To take revenge on or get satisfaction for. b. To take vengeance on behalf of. disinterested adjective: Free of bias or self-interest; impartial. effect noun: a. Something brought about by a cause or agent; result. b. The way in which something acts upon or influences an object. c. The final or comprehensive result; outcome; intrans. verb: To produce as a result. imply trans. verb: a. To say or express indirectly; hint; suggest. b. To involve or suggest by logical necessity. infer trans. verb: To conclude from evidence; deduce. precede trans. verb: a. To come before in time; exist or occur prior to. b. To come before in order or rank. c. To be in a position in front of. proceed intrans. verb: a. To go forward or onward, especially after an interruption; continue. b. To undertake and carry on some action or process. c. To move on in an orderly manner. revenge noun: a. Vengeance; retaliation. b. The act of taking vengeance. uninterested adjective: a. Not paying attention; indifferent; unconcerned. b. Without an interest. culminate intrans. verb: a. To reach the highest point or degree; climax. b. To achieve full effect. eclipse trans. verb: a. To obscure or overshadow the importance, fame, or reputation of; surpass; outshine. b. To cause an eclipse; darken; noun: a. A decline into obscurity or disuse; downfall. b. A partial or complete obscuring of one celestial body by another. epitome noun: Someone or something that is the typical or perfect example of an entire class or type; embodiment. impeccable adjective: Without flaw; perfect. inimitable adjective: Impossible to imitate or copy; matchless; unique. optimum adjective: Most favorable or advantageous; best; noun: The best or most favorable condition, degree, or amount for a particular purpose or situation. peerless adjective: Without equal; unmatched. quintessence noun: a. The most complete instance; the finest or most representative example. b. The essence of a thing in its purest and most concentrated form. sublime adjective: a. Not to be excelled; supreme. b. Tending to inspire awe usually because of an elevated quality, such as beauty, nobility, or grandeur. c. Of high spiritual, moral, or intellectual worth; noun: Something that is sublime. zenith noun: a. The highest point; peak. b. The point of the celestial sphere that is directly above the observer. c. The upper region of the sky.