n. renunciation, self sacrifice.
v. abolish. The king intended to ____ the decree.
v. agree. If I _____ to this demand for blackmail, I will fall pray to future attacks.
n. sharp upslope of a hill. The car could not go up the _______ in high gear.
n. fear of heights
v. motivate. I fail to understand what _____ you to dump him so suddenly.
v. to muddle, drive crazy, become rotton. This idiotic president's policies are enough to _____ anyone.
solemn urging. Her ______ to tell the truth did not cause the witness to change her testimony.
n. staff officer asssting the commander; assistant.
v. refer (to)
highly excited, intensely curious.
v. to calm, pacify
n. critical remark.
to reduce bitterness and improve toughness by heating and cooling
drug that relieves pain
consecrate. I hereby _____ you king of the couch!
v. to imitate or mimic
loss of speech due to illness or injury
n. poise, assurance
one who abandons his religious/political faith. a turncoat
pithy, compact saying
elevation to godhood, the ideal example of something
v. inform. When she was _____ of the dangerous political situation, she decided to cancel her trip.
v. to marshall, draw up in order OR v. to clothe, adorn
to be in debt
v. to agree, to accept
to evaluate, analyze
relating to old-fashioned beliefs; reversion to an earlier type.
adj. impressive, majestic
sun's corola, halo
v. harass, tease
deadly, having a malign influence, ominous
v. stop short, as if faced with an obstacle, and refuse to continue
v. to foil