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Toefl 400 32-33-34-35

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ancestral ( adj . )
Relating to family members from earlier generations
cohesion ( n . )
Ability to stay together as a unit
descendant ( n.)
A direct relative in a later generation (such as one's son, daughter, or grandchild)
inheritance ( n . )
Things passed down to you from your ancestors
kin ( n . )
Relatives
legitimate ( adj . )
True and respectable; in the context of family, born of a mother and father who were married to each other
paternal ( adj . )
Relating to a father
proximity ( n . )
Nearness
sentiment ( n . )
Feelings; opinion based on feelings
sibling ( n . )
Brother or sister
affection ( n . )
An emotional closeness or warmth
associate ( v . )
To regularly spend time together
bond ( n . )
A close connection
clique ( n . )
A small group of friends who are unfriendly to people outside the group
confide ( v . )
To tell very personal things
exclusive ( adj . )
Keeping out all but a few people
fluctuate ( v . )
To change often, from one condition to another
in common ( adv . )
As a shared characteristic
solidarity ( n . )
Standing together despite pressure to move apart
willing ( adj . )
Agreeable and ready to do something
complex ( adj . )
Not simple; involving many parts that work together
despondent ( adj . )
Extremely sad and without hope for the future
devotion ( n . )
A willingness to keep supporting someone you admire
dilemma ( n . )
A difficult choice between two things
engender ( v . )
to cause to exist; to bring into being
loyal ( adj . )
Faithful
passion ( n . )
An extremely strong emotion, like love or anger
proliferation ( n . )
An increase in the number of something and in the number of places it can be found
reciprocity ( n . )
Doing as much for another as he or she has done for you
vanish ( v . )
To disappear suddenly
antipathy ( n . )
A strong, long-lasting negative feeling
arrogantly ( adv . )
In a way that shows a high opinion of oneself and a low opinion of others
berate ( v . )
To say insulting and disrespectful things
contemptuous (n.)
Having no respect
despise ( v . )
Hate very much
humiliation ( n . )
strong feelings of embarrassment
obnoxious ( adj . )
Bothersome; doing small things that others don't like
shame ( n . )
Dishonor because one has done something wrong
stigmatize ( v . )
To mark with a visible feature that makes other people think, perhaps incorrectly, that someone or something is wrong
vitriolic ( adj . )
Showing an extreme, hateful anger