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20 terms

Word Wealth 2-1

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abridge
to shorten or condense
acquiesce
to consent, agree passively
allude
to refer to or mention casually
constitute
to form, or make up
contrive
to plot, scheme, devise a way
corroborate
to verify, confirm, substantiate
cluminate
to reach the highest point
depreciate
to decrease in value, belittle
dilate
to expand or enlarge
discriminate
to observe differences, make unfair distinctions
arid
dry, barren, parched, lifeless
chronic
constant, habitual, recurring
dubious
doubtful, uncertain, causing doubt
indulgent
yielding, lenient, easy-going
internal
inside, within (body, country, etc.), inner
lethal
deadly, fatal
livid
pale, lead-colored, grayish blue
overt
open, unconcealed
senile
characteristic of old age
virtual
almost, for all practical purposes, being something in effect but not actually