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25 terms

4-30-12

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perspicacious
wise
perspicuous
brilliantly clear
verbiage
overabundance of words
recumbent
lying down
thespian
actor
troglodyte
a caveman
lackluster
Dull
moot
an assembly for justice
pusillanimous
cowardly
arid
extremely dry
bereft
deprived of
propitious
favorably disposed
abortive
unsuccessful
acme
the highest point
aggrandize
to make greater
abeyance
temporary inactivity
mountebank
a deceiver
parlance
a manner of speaking
fiat
an official order
progenitor
an ancestor
mendicant
a beggar
miscreant
unbelieving, villainous
expiate
to make amends for
remonstrate
to present opposition
besmirch
to make dirty