22 terms

All or Nothing

Lessons 3 and 4
pandemonium, n
panacea, n
A cure-all for diseases or troubles
omnipotent, adj.
Having unlimited power; all-powerful
omnipresent, adj.
Present everywhere
omnivorous, adj.
Feeding on both plants and meat
catholic, adj.
Universal; including most things
holocaust, n.
A great destruction, especially by fire
totalitarian, adj.
Referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
cloister, n.
A covered walk along the inside walls of a building, usually looking out on a courtyard
preclude, tr. v.
To prevent; to make impossible
recluse, n.
A person who avoids mixing with people
inception, n.
The beginning of something
incipient, adj.
In its early stages; beginning
annihilate, tr. v.
To destroy completely
nihilism, n.
The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
negate, tr. v.
To disprove; to nullify
renegade, n.
One who deserts a group, cause, faith, etc.; an outlaw
vacuous, adj.
Empty, especially of meaning or purpose
vanity, n.
Conceit, especially about one's appearance
vaunt, tr. v.
To boast; to brag about
aperture, n.
An opening, especially one that admits light
overt, adj.
Done or shown openly