15 terms

List 10 (WW Bk 7)

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attest
(verb) to declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or accurate
axiom
(noun) a statement that requires no proof because its truth is obvious
churlish
(adjective) lacking good manners
concoct
(verb) to make up, prepare, or invent
derivative
(noun) something that grows out of or results from an earlier form or condition based on what has gone before
differentiate
(verb) to see the difference; to be or make different
disparage
(verb) to criticize in a negative, disrespectful manner
dissipate
(verb) to spend or use foolishly; to break up and spread out so thinly as to disappear
esoteric
(adjective) not generally known or understood; familiar to only a relatively small number of people
olfactory
(adjective) relating to the sense of smell
plethora
(noun) too great a number
refurbish
(verb) to make like new
secrete
(verb) to produce and give off; to place so as to be hidden from view
vagary
(noun) a departure from the normal, expected course
volatile
(adjective) evaporating quickly; changing readily; explosive