60 Word Test (Deduction-Influx)
Terms in this set (60)
(noun) an answer to a puzzle arrived at by careful thought and judgement.
(adj.) useless and too old to function anymore; obsolete and out-of-date.
(adj.) tasty and appetizing; delicious and enjoyable.
(adj.) shy and reserved; bashful; easily embarrassed; quietly modest.
(Verb) to use up; to reduce; to exhaust; to diminish the amount.
(Adverb) done in a sad and downhearted manner; very unhappily.
(Adjective) poor and impoverish; without any money.
(Noun) total destruction; massive damage; serious.
(Adjective) very small; tiny; miniature
(Verb) to scatter in different directions; to separate into smaller, fleeing elements.
(Noun) an entertaining distraction; a time-consuming recreational amusement
(Verb) to reveal secrets; to tell; to make known.
(Adjective) inactive; at rest; asleep but not gone forever.
(Adjective) diverse; assorted; various
(Noun) a building or structure, especially a large or impressive one.
(Verb) to educate; to enlighten; to improve the knowledge of somebody.
(Adjective) behaving in a bubbly, lively, highly excited way.
(Noun) an oval; a stretched out circular shape
(Verb) to free somebody from bondage or slavery; to liberate
(noun) when one country bans any trade with another particular country.
(Verb) to command or to instruct someone to behave in a particular way
(Verb) to happen directly afterwards as a result; to cause the next thing to happen
(Adverb) done with eagerness; passionately
(noun) a stable situation in which opposite forces are equally, carefully balanced
(adverb) done in an unpredictable manner; irregularly; inconsistently
(noun) the use of spying or spies to gather secret information.
(verb) to dodge, escape, or avoid something that is chasing or seeking you
(adjective) describing the quickest and most useful way to do something
(verb) to explain an idea or theory in a detailed, thoughtful, and formal way
(adjective) extremely happy, joyful or triumphant
(verb) to make something easy or easier to do; to smooth the progress of
(noun) an exact copy; a replica or duplicate of something
(noun) something that is believed to be correct but is untrue; a falsehood
(noun) a ridiculous, embarrassing and funny situation in which everything goes wrong
(adverb) deliberately; very obviously; done in a clear and unhidden way
(verb) to grow well and become healthy, especially because conditions are just right
(verb) to change back and forth from high to low levels unpredictably
(adjective) difficult to deal with or overcome; frightening and awe-inspiring
(noun) a drainage spout in the form of a statue of a scary creature or human figure
(verb) to brag or boast about an accomplishment when perhaps one shouldn't do so
(noun) a freedom fighter who fights as past of a small, often hidden unit of soldiers, battling against a larger governmental army
(noun) a leader of an unusual religious group, also for non-religious influential experts
(noun) a three-dimensional photographic image relying on reflection of light
(noun) a french term for an pre-meal appetizer pronounced "oar-durve"
(noun) saying one thing but doing the opposite; insincerity; breaking your own rules
(adjective) absolutely clean, free from any fault or blemish; perfect in appearance
(adjective) neutral and fair; not showing bias or favor to one team or side in a conflict
(adjective) difficult to notice; very slight or gradual; not obvious
(adjective) showing rudeness and lack of respect to an individual of authority
(noun) an unreasonable, unfairly-asked-for time-consuming request or task
(adjective) difficult to reach; impossible to attain; hard to get
(adverb) done unintentionally or without thinking; not deliberately
(adjective) describing rights that are impossible to take away or give up
(adjective) able to catch fire easily; designed to ignite quickly
(adjective) not regular; unpredictable; behaving randomly and differently each time
(verb) to charge someone with a crime; to accuse an individual of wrongdoing
(noun) a resistance to change' a characteristic of being difficult to stop or move
(adjective) incapable of making a mistake; always truthful and without error
(noun) to answer or conclusion discovered through evidence; logical deduction
(noun) a sudden increase in the number of people or things; a high flow
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