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Terms in this set (30)
VERB: to speak ill of
ADJECTIVE: evil in effect
ADJECTIVE: extremely generous
ADJECTIVE: telling lies, untrue.
ADJECTIVE: worthless, futile, invalid.
ADJECTIVE: serving as a substitute
NOUN: a substitute
ADJECTIVE: secretive, esp. for the purposes of deception
NOUN: the quality of being cleverly inventive.
ADJECTIVE: characterized by the idea that only the self exists or can be proven
ADJECTIVE: intellectually pretentious
ADJECTIVE: extravagantly chivalrous/romantic to an inpractable extent, OR unpredictable.
run the gamut
to cover a range
run the gauntlet
to suffer severe criticism or tribulation
ADJECTIVE: convincing or believable by way of presentation, telling, OR, relevant.
hold the line
keep things as they are
NOUN: group of people conspiring against others, or, a clique of those who dabble in the fine arts
NOUN: persons of scholarly or literary achievements; intellectuals.
NOUN (plural): the masses, the commoners
ADJECTIVE: relating to setting on fire; inflammatory.
ADJECTIVE: relating to the church
ADJECTIVE: narrow in scope or outlook
ADJECTIVE: pleasant to the ear, melodious
ADJECTIVE: pleasant or agreeable to the eyes or feelings; soothing
ADJECTIVE (no longer used this way): sweet.
ADJECTIVE: to do something with ease and/or superficiality
ADJECTIVE: reflecting the elegance and sophistica
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