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Anderson Analog 3-4

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mendacity
a lie or falsehood
mendicant
a beggar
misanthrope
a person who hates all people
misogyny
hatred of women
mutable
capable of change or of being changed
neophyte
new convert; any beginner
niggardly
stingy, miserly
noisome
noxious, harmful, foul smelling
numismatics
the study of coins
obsequious
overly submissive, fawning
obtuse
blunt, dull; an angle that is greater than 90 degrees
paragon
a model of perfection; a perfect diamond of 100 carats or more
pariah
any outcast despised by others
penury
poverty; destitution
philatelist
a stamp collector
philologist
one who studies written records; one who studies literature or language as it is used in literature
platitude
flatness, dullness, a trite remark
pommel
to beat; the rounded projection on the front of a saddle; the round know on the end of a sword
potentate
a ruler or monarch
predilection
a preconceived liking, partiality, preference