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120 terms

VOCAB FINAL

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abeyance
suspension
abnegation
surrender
abrogate
revoke
accentuate
accents
acquiesce
consent
acquisitive
greedy
adulation
admiration
affinity
kinship
aggrandize
exalt
allegory
fable
allusion
reference
altercation
[n] quarrel
altruistic
benevolent (charitable)
ameliorate
improve
anachronism
misdate (something belonging in history)
anathema
curse
animosity
enmity (strong dislike)
anomaly
paradox (not normal)
antithesis
opposition
aphorism
adage (saying)
approbation
praise
aquiline
beaked (bird-like)
arable
tillable (farmable)
archipelago
group of islands
arduous
difficult
argosy
large merchant ship
ascetic
severe
atrophy
degeneration (waste away)
auspicious
favorable
automation
mechanization
avow
declare
banal
ordinary
bane
woe (distress)
beleaguer
harassed
bellicose
quarrelsome
blazon
display
bode
foretell
bravado
boasting
broach
introduced (raise for discussion)
bullion
uncoined silver
bumptious
self-assertive
bureaucracy
administration
cadaverous
gaunt
calumny
slander
castigate
punish
caustic
biting (sarcasm)
celerity
swiftness
chauvinistic
partial (displaying aggressive patriotism...)
choleric
angry
circumscribe
limited
circumvent
frustrated (prevented)
clandestine
secret
climactic
peak
coalesce
fused (combined)
coalition
union
cogitation
thought (meditation)
collateral
security deposit
colloquy
dialogue
collusion
secret agreement
commensurate
equal (corresponding in size or degree)
commiseration
sympathizing
complement
[n] a thing that completes or brings to perfection [v] add to something in a way that improves it
comprehensive
[adj] complete
conclave
[n] a private meeting
concomitant
associated with
condiment
[n] a substances such as salt or ketchup that is used to add flavor to food
confederation
[n] an organization that consists of a number of parties or groups united in an alliance
configuration
arrangement
congenital
disease
congruent
[adj] in agreement or harmony
connotation
[n] an idea or feeling that a word invokes person in addition to its literal meaning
consensus
[n] general agreement
consonant
[n] a basic speech sound in which the breath is at least partly obstructed
consternation
anxiety
constituent
[adj] being a part of a whole
consummate
[v] complete; make perfect
contemptuous
scornful
contrition
remorseful
convivial
friendly, lively and enjoyable
convoke
summon
corollary
result
correlate
relate (correspond)
corroborate
support
credence
assurance (belief or acceptance into something as true)
credulous
gullible
crystallize
harden (to form)
culpable
blameworthy (guilty)
cumbersome
burdensome (large or heavy)
debacle
fiasco
debility
weakness
defray
pay
degenerate
degraded from the normal moral standard
desecrate
profane (disrespect)
depreciate
lower in value
denote
signify
delineate
portray (represent)
desist
cease (end)
dereliction
abandonment
deprecate
disapprove
demeanor
outward manner
deterrent
hindrance
devastation
destruction
didactic
intended to teach
digress
deviated
disconsolate
sorrowful
despicable
contemptible
detrimental
harmful
dictum
pronouncement (announcement from authoritative source)
diffident
modest (shy)
dilettante
amateur
disparage
degraded
dissemble
disguised
dissolute
lacking in restraint
distraught
agitated
duress
restrictions
duplicity
contradiction
distend
expand
dissimulation
false appearance
disparate
incongruous (disagreeable)
discrepancy
difference