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1) a small southern European viper with an upturned snout; 2) another term for Egyptian cobra   Asp (n.) *Origin: 1300–50; back formation from ME aspis (taken as pl.) < L < Gk aspís orig., shield  
1) providing necessary support to the primary activities or operation of an organization, institution, industry, or system; 2) additional; subsidiary   Ancillary (adj.) ; (i.e.) "the development of ancillary services to support its products." ; "paragraph 19 was merely ancillary to paragraph 16"  
1) a person whose work provides necessary support to the primary activities of an organization, institution, or industry ; 2) something that functions in supporting or supplementary role   Ancillary (n.) ; (i.e.) "the employment of specialist teachers and ancillaries" ; "undergraduate courses of three main subjects with related ancillaries"  
1) (of a child) having developed certain abilities or proclivities at an earlier age than usual; 2) (of behavior or ability) indicative of such development; 3) (of a plant) flowering or fruiting earlier than usual   Precocious (adj.) (i.e.) "he was a precocious, solitary boy" ; "a precocious talent for computing"  
1) attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed   Pretentious (adj.) (i.e.) "a pretentious literary device"  
1) a tendency to choose or do something regularly; an inclination or predisposition toward a particular thing   Proclivitiy /proh-kliv-i-tee/ (n.) (i.e.) "a proclivity for hard work"  
1) A kiss; a playful kiss; a smack. ; 2) To kiss; especially to kiss with a smack.   Buss (n./ v.) "Lucky guesser gets a buss upon his plucky kisser." ; "Exchange a random peace greeting during Mass with a stranger in the next pew and the odds are roughly one in fifty that you shake the hand or buss the cheek of a parishioner who has..."  
1) the collecting of stamps and other postal matter as a hobby or an investment. ; 2) the study of postage stamps, revenue stamps, stamped envelopes, postmarks, postal cards, covers, and similar material relating to postal or fiscal history.   Philately (n.) //fi-lat-l-ee//  
1) any of numerous, chiefly Old World oscine birds, of the family Alaudidae, characterized by an unusually long, straight hind claw, esp. the skylark, Alauda arvensis ;   Lark (n.)  
1) a merry, carefree adventure; frolic; escapade. 2) innocent or good-natured mischief; a prank. ; 3) something extremely easy to accomplish, succeed in, or to obtain ; (v.) 1) to have fun; frolic; romp. 2) to behave mischievously; play pranks.   Lark (n./v.)  
1) in a dying state; near death. 2) on the verge of extinction or termination. 3) not progressing or advancing; stagnant   Moribund (adj.) "a moribund political party."  
1) to make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate: to relieve one's grief; 2) to appease; satisfy; allay; relieve ; 3) to soothe, calm, or mollify   Assuage (v.) "to assuage one's pain; to assuage her anger; to assuage one's hunger."  
1) to soften in feeling or temper, as a person; pacify; appease. ; 2) to mitigate or reduce; soften:   Molify (v.) "to mollify one's demands."  
1) An act of plundering or despoiling; a raid. 2) [Plural] Destructive operations; ravages.   Depredation (n.) ". . .the depredations of pirates and privateers on the high seas." ; "Arguing for drastic measures, they cite the horrible depredations of drug addiction."  
1) the sending of money, checks, etc., to a recipient at a distance. 2) money or its equivalent sent from one place to another.   Remittance (n.)  
1) To enclose within walls, or as if within walls; hence, to shut up; to imprison; to incarcerate. 2) To build into a wall. 3) To entomb in a wall.   Immure (v.) "Sally shuddered at the thought of being immured in the black cave." ; "...he was emperor in name only, the shadow of a memory, described by Lord Macaulay as 'a mock sovereign immured in a gorgeous state prison'.  
1) A snap of the finger forced suddenly from the thumb; a smart blow. 2. Something serving to rouse or excite; a stimulus. 3. A trivial addition; an embellishment. 4. To strike with the nail of the finger, first placed against the ball of the thumb...   Fillip (n.) "If any one in Mirgorod gives him a neckerchief or underclothes, he returns thanks; if any one gives him a fillip on the nose--he returns thanks then also." ; "Her raspberry cream tart is given an added fillip with bourbon and nutmeg."  
1. Tending to make or become worse. 2. Tending to disparage or belittle. // 1. (noun) A belittling or disparaging word or expression.   Pejorative (adj./n.)"Citing the construction industry, car dealers, and politicians as the purveyors of "sprawl" (a pejorative term that does not even allow for the possibility of benefits associated with low-density development), Kunstler fails to..."  
1. sour or astringent in taste 2. harsh or severe, as of temper or expression   Acerbic (adj.) "His acerbic wit." "Lemon juice is acerbic." "acerbic criticism"  
1. The fixed customs of a particular group that are morally binding upon all members of the group. 2. Moral attitudes. 3. Customs; habits; ways.   Mores (pl. n.) mawr-eyz, -eez, mohr- "Usually the laws mirror the mores of the populace in this regard, though at times they run ahead, and at times they lag behind."  
1. tending to argument or strife; quarrelsome 2. causing, involving, or characterized by argument or controversy 3. Law. pertaining to causes between contending parties.   Contentious (adj.) "a contentious crew" "contentious issues"  
1. not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect; not sensitive or observant; dull. 2. not sharp, acute, or pointed; blunt in form. 3. (of a leaf, petal, etc.) rounded at the extremity. 4. indistinctly felt or perceived, as pain or sound   Obtuseness (adj.)  
1. tremulous fear, alarm, or agitation; perturbation. 2. trembling or quivering movement; tremor   Trepidation (n.)  
1. resolutely fearless; dauntless:   Intrepid (adj.) " an intrepid explorer."  
1. Of, pertaining to, or suggestive of dreams; dreamy.   Oneiric (adj.) \oh-NY-rik\, adjective "On this score, the novel might easily drift off into an oneiric never-never land, but Mr. Welch doesn't let this happen."  
1. the quality or state of being incredulous; inability or unwillingness to believe.   Incredulity (n.) \in-kri-doo-li-tee\ "He stared down the street in incredulity"  
1. a preliminary discourse; a preface or introductory part of a discourse, poem, or novel. 2. an introductory speech, often in verse, calling attention to the theme of a play. 3. any introductory proceeding, event, etc.   Prologue (n.) "Appetizing delicacies were the prologue to a long dinner."  
1. the faculty of discerning; discrimination; acuteness of judgment and understanding. 2. the act or an instance of discerning.   Discernment (n.) "an astonishing lack of discernment"  
1. To amuse oneself in light or lively manner; to frolic. 2. To divert or amuse. 3. To display.   Disport (instransitive v.) "If you confine the kids' drinking to the college area, they will disport there and lessen the problem of the drunken car ride coming back from the out-of-town bar."  
1. (adj.) serving as a substitute; synthetic; artificial 2. (n.) an artificial substance or article used to replace something natural or genuine; a substitute.   Ersatz \er-zahts, -sahts\ (adj. / n.) "ersatz emotion" ; "an ersatz coffee made from grain."  
1. (adv.) face to face 2. face-to-face 3. in relation to; compared with 5. facing; opposite 6. (n.) a person face to face with or situated opposite to another   vis-á-vis \vee-zuh-vee\ (adv., adj., prep., n.) "They sat vis-à-vis at the table"; "a vis-à-vis encounter"; "income vis-à-vis expenditures."; "They were now vis-à-vis the most famous painting in the Louvre."; " He offered a cigarette to his vis-à-vis."  
1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Draco or his code of laws. 2. (often lowercase) rigorous; unusually severe or cruel   Draconian (adj.) "Draconian forms of punishment."; "Draconian measures"  
1. natural or habitual inclination or tendency; propensity; predisposition   Proclivity (n.) "a proclivity to meticulousness"  
1. A thicket or grove of small trees   Copse \KOPS\ (n.) "A lit window shone from between the trees below them, then vanished again as the car dipped over a ditch and passed through a copse."  
1. Light, playful talk; banter.   Badinage \bad-n-AHZH\ (n.) "Ken was determined to put the cares of the world behind him and do what he loved best -- having a few celebrity friends round and enjoying an evening of anecdote and badinage over a bottle of fine wine and some tasty food."  
1. Extreme poverty; destitution. 2. Absence of resources; insufficiency.   Penury \PEN-yuh-ree\ (n.) "Charles regretted his departure, and the penury of his treasury, but trusted that God would favour him in his struggle against the king of France."  
1. strictly observant of an appointed or regular time; not late; prompt. 2. made, occurring, etc., at the scheduled or proper time 3. pertaining to or of the nature of a point.   Punctual (adj.) " punctual payment."  
1. A peculiarity of pronunciation, behavior, mode of dress, etc., that distinguishes a particular group of persons. 2. A slogan; a catchword. 3. A common saying or belief with little current meaning or truth.   Shiboleth \SHIB-uh-lith; -leth\ (n.) "Accustomed to the veneer of noise, to the shibboleths of promotion, public relations, and market research, society is suspicious of those who value silence."  
1. Astronomy. the point in the orbit of a heavenly body, esp. the moon, or of a man-made satellite at which it is farthest from the earth. Compare perigee. 2. the highest or most distant point; climax   Apogee \ap-uh-jee\ (n.) "The golden age of American sail, which began with the fast clipper ships in 1848, reached its apogee in the Gold Rush years"  
1. Heated or vehement in spirit, enthusiasm, etc. 2.Burning; glowing; intensely hot.   Fervid (adj.) "The words of fire that from his pen Were flung upon the fervid page,Still move, still shake the hearts of men, Amid a cold and coward age."  
1. harsh discordance of sound; dissonance 2. a discordant and meaningless mixture of sounds 3. Music. frequent use of discords of a harshness and relationship difficult to understand.   Cacophony /kuh-kof-uh-nee/ (n.) "a cacophony of hoots, cackles, and wails" "The cacophony produced by city traffic at midday."  
1. craving or consuming large quantities of food: 2. exceedingly eager or avid   Voracious /vaw-rey-shuhs/ "a voracious appetite." "a voracious collector." "voracious readers"  
1. constant; unremitting 2. constant in application or effort; working diligently at a task; persevering; industrious; attentive   Assiduous /uh-sij-oo-uhs/ "assiduous reading." "an assiduous student."  
1. Of questionable taste or morality; disreputable or indecent; dubious; shady   Louche /LOOSH/ adj. "You've got to keep yourself free of any suggestion of louche behavior." "A man in a bar, utterly average, though there is something louche about him, something sly."  
1. routine; a fixed, habitual, or mechanical course of procedure: 2. from memory, without thought of the meaning; in a mechanical way   Rote /roht/ (n.) (idiom) noun - "the rote of daily living." ; idiom - "to learn a language by rote"  
1. an expression whose meaning is not predictable from the usual meanings of its constituent elements, as "kick the bucket," or "hang ones head' 2. a language, dialect, or style of speaking peculiar to a people   Idiom /id-ee-uhm/ (n.) "rain cats and dogs" "see the light"  
1. a small group of secret plotters, as against a government or person in authority. 2. the plots and schemes of such a group; intrigue. 3. a clique, as in artistic, literary, or theatrical circles 4. (verb) to form a cabal; intrigue; conspire; plot.   Cabal /kuh-bal/ (n.) (v.) "a cabal of dissidents"  
1. Smooth; having a surface without hairs, projections, or any unevenness.   Glabrous /GLAY-bruhs/ (adj.) "This species has a bluish-tinged body completely covered in white flecking in the typical species, though completely glabrous green variants are also seen without any of the body flecking"  
1. readily fluent, often thoughtlessly, superficially, or insincerely so 2. easy or unconstrained, as actions or manners. 3. Characterized by fluency of speech or writing that often suggests insincerity, superficiality, or a lack of concern.   Glib /glib/ (adj.) "a glib talker; glib answers." ; "I was fascinated by his unfailingly glib conversation."  
1. easily seen or noticed; readily visible or observable 2. attracting special attention, as by outstanding qualities or eccentricities   Conspicuous /kuhn-spik-yoo-uhs/ (adj.) "a conspicuous error." ; " He was conspicuous by his booming laughter."  
1. Biology. corresponding in structure because of a common origin.   Homogenous /huh-moj-uh-nuhs/ (adj.)  
1. any of various theories or philosophical systems that seek to explain phenomena of nature by the action of force. 2. great energy, force, or power; vigor 3. Psychology. a habitual mode of reducing or eliminating tension.   Dynamism /dahy-nuh-miz-uhm/ (adj.) "the dynamism of the new governor."  
1. the art of government and diplomacy.   Statecraft (n.) "issues of statecraft require great deliberation"  
1. a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite.   Sycophant /sik-uh-fuhnt/ (n.)  
1. distinct in kind; essentially different; dissimilar   Disparate /dis-per-it/ (adj.) "disparate ideas"  
1. containing a fallacy; logically unsound 2. deceptive; misleading 3. disappointing; delusive   Fallacious /fuh-ley-shuhs/ (adj.) "fallacious arguments" ; "fallacious testimony" ; "a fallacious peace"  
1. a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that results in utter confusion; dismay.   Consternation /kon-ster-ney-shuhn/ (n.)  
1. unwilling; reluctant; disinclined; averse   Loath /lohth/ (adj.) "the LSAT writers are not loath to use these tactics in various combinations" "to be loath to admit a mistake."  
1. to rub, smear, stiffen, polish, etc., with wax 2. to fill the crevices of (ornamental marble) with colored material. 3. Informal. to make a phonograph recording of.   Wax (v.) "to wax the floor."  
1. extravagantly enthusiastic; ecstatic.   Rhapsodic /rap-sod-ik/ (adj.)  
1. giving form or shape; forming; shaping; fashioning; molding 2. pertaining to formation or development 3. (Biology) capable of developing new cells or tissue by cell division and differentiation   Formative /fawr-muh-tiv/ (adj.) "a formative process in manufacturing." ; "a child's most formative years." ; "formative tissue."  
1. promising success; propitious; opportune; favorable 2. favored by fortune; prosperous; fortunate.   Auspicious /aw-spish-uhs/ (adj.) "an auspicious occasion. "  
(adj.) 1. proscribed by society as improper or unacceptable 2. separated or set apart as sacred (n.) 1. a prohibition or interdiction of anything 2. ostracism. (v.) 1. prohibit or forbid. 2. to ostracize   Taboo /tuh-boo/ (adj.; n.; v.) (adj.) "taboo words" *Origin: 1770–80; Tongan tapu or Fijian tabu forbidden; prohibited  
1. to reduce (laws, rules, etc.) to a code. 2. to make a digest of; arrange in a systematic collection.   Codify /kod-uh-fahy/ (v.) "Verdi helped codify an international operatic culture." *Origin: 1795–1805; code + -ify  
1. closely or significantly related; relevant; pertinent   Germane /jer-meyn/ (adj.) "Please keep your statements germane to the issue." *Origin: Middle English germain, having the same parents, closely connected  
understood by or meant for only the select few who have special knowledge or interest; recondite 2. belonging to the select few. 3. private; secret; confidential. 4. (of a philosophical doctrine) intended to be revealed only to the initiates of a group   Esoteric /es-uh-ter-ik/ (adj.) "poetry full of esoteric allusions" ; "the esoteric doctrines of Pythagoras" *Origin: 1645–55; < Gk esōterikós inner, equiv. to ester(os) inner + -ikos -ic  
1. a person who is not a member of the clergy; one of the laity. 2. a person who is not a member of a given profession, as law or medicine.   Layman /ley-muhn/ (n.) "the book seems well suited to the interested layman" *Origin: 1150–1200; ME; see lay 3 , man 1  
1. of the nature of or involving antithesis. 2. directly opposed or contrasted; opposite.   Antithetical /an-tuh-thet-ik/ (adj.) "people's whose religious beliefs are antithetical to mine" ; "two antithetical emotions pulled at her" *Origin: 1575–85; < Gk antithetikós, equiv. to anti(ti)thé(nai) to set in opposition + -tikos -tic  
1. the act of placing together or bringing into proximity; juxtaposition. 2. the addition or application of one thing to another thing. 3. Biology. growth of a cell wall by the deposition of new particles in layers on the wall   Apposition /ap-uh-zish-uhn/ (n.) *Origin: 1400–50; late ME apposicioun < LL appositiōn- (s. of appositiō) < L apposit(us)  
1. caustic, stinging, or bitter in nature, speech, behavior, etc.   Acrimonious /ak-ruh-moh-nee-uhs/ (adj.) "an acrimonious answer" ; "an acrimonious dispute about wages" *Origin: 1605–15; < ML ācrimōniōsus  
1. understood without being openly expressed; implied 2. silent; saying nothing 3. unvoiced or unspoken   Tacit /tas-it/ (adj.) "tacit approval" ; "a tacit partner" ; "a tacit prayer" *Origin: 1595–1605; < L tacitus silent, ptp. of tacēre to be silent (c. Goth thahan; akin to ON thegja)  
1. inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation. 2. dour, stern, and silent in expression and manner.   Taciturn(ity) /tas-i-turn/ (adj.(n.)) *Origin: 1765–75; < L taciturnus, quiet, maintaining silence, equiv. to tacit(us) silent (see tacit ) + -urnus adj. suffix of time  
(n.) 1. Billiards, Pool. a shot in which the cue ball hits two balls in succession. 2. any strike and rebound, as a ball striking a wall and glancing off. (v.) 1. to strike and rebound.   Carom /kar-uhm/ (n./v.) *Origin: 1770–80; by false analysis of carambole (taken as carom ball) < F < Sp carambola, special use of fruit name  
1. having great power or influence 2. powerful; mighty; potent.   Puissant /pyoo-uh-suhnt/ (adj.) *Origin: 1400–50; late ME < MF < VL *possent- (s. of *possēns), for L potent- (s. of potēns), prp. of posse to be able, have power  
1. commonly regarded as such; reputed; supposed   Putative /pyoo-tuh-tiv/ (adj.) *Origin: 1400–50; late ME < LL putātīvus reputed, equiv. to putāt(us) (ptp. of putāre to think, consider, reckon, orig. to clean, prune) + -īvus  
1. an inadequate supply; scarcity; lack 2. scarcity and dearness of food; famine   Dearth /durth/ (n.) "there is a dearth of good engineers" *Origin: 1200–50; ME derthe  
1. unduly demonstrative; lacking reserve 2. pouring out; overflowing   Effusive /i-fyoo-siv/ (adj.) "effusive greetings" "an effusive person" *Origin: 1655–65; effuse + -ive  
1. severe in manner or appearance; strict; forbidding 2. rigorously self-disciplined and severely moral; ascetic 3. grave; solemn; serious 4. (life) without excess or luxory; simple 5. (literature) severely simple; without ornament 6. lacking softness   Austere /aw-steer/ (adj.) "an austere bed of straw." "austere writing. " an austere teacher." " the austere quality of life in the convent." "an austere manner." *Origin: 1300–50; ME (< AF) < L austērus < Gk austērós harsh, rough, bitter  
1. of common or frequent occurrence; prevalent; in widespread existence, activity, or use 2. current in speech or report: 3. abounding (usually fol. by with).   Rife /rahyf/ (adj.) "Rumors are rife that the government is in financial difficulty." "Crime is rife in the slum areas of our cities. " *Origin: bef. 1150; ME; OE rīfe; c. MD rijf abundant, ON rīfr  
1. containing or expressing praise   Laudatory /law-duh-tawr-ee/ (adj.) "overwhelmed by the speaker's laudatory remarks." *Origin: 1545–55; < LL laudātōrius, equiv. to laudā(re) to laud + -tōrius -tory  
1. causing insidious harm or ruin; ruinous; injurious; hurtful 2. deadly; fatal 3. Obsolete. evil; wicked.   Pernicious /per-nish-uhs/ (adj) "pernicious teachings; a pernicious lie." "a pernicious disease." *Origin: 1515–25; < L perniciōsus ruinous, equiv. to pernici(ēs) ruin (per- per- + -nici-, comb. form of nex death, murder (s. nec-) + -iēs n. suffix)  
1. feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base   Indignant /in-dig-nuhnt/ (adj.) "indignant remarks; an indignant expression on his face."  
1. performed merely as a routine duty; hasty and superficial 2. lacking interest, care, or enthusiasm; indifferent or apathetic   Perfunctory /per-fuhngk-tuh-ree/ (adj.) "perfunctory courtesy." "In his lectures he reveals himself to be merely a perfunctory speaker."  
1. a breaker or destroyer of images, esp. those set up for religious veneration. 2. a person who attacks cherished beliefs, traditional institutions, etc., as being based on error or superstition.   Iconoclast /ahy-kon-uh-klast/ (n.)  
1. the branch of zoology dealing with the primates.   Primatology /prahy-muh-tol-uh-jee/ (n.)  
1. sullen; gloomy 2. severe; stern 3. Scot. (of land) barren; rocky, infertile, or otherwise difficult or impossible to cultivate.   Dour /dou-er/ (adj.) " The captain's dour look depressed us all." "His dour criticism made us regret having undertaken the job."  
1. burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing hardship 2. having or involving obligations or responsibilities, esp. legal ones, that outweigh the advantages   Onerous // (adj.) "onerous duties." " an onerous agreement."  
1. to stimulate by or as if by a galvanic current. 2. (Medicine). to stimulate or treat (muscles or nerves) with induced direct current 3. to startle into sudden activity; stimulate. 4. to coat (metal, esp. iron or steel) with zinc.   Galvanize /gal-vuh-nahyz/ (v.)  
1. of or pertaining to worldly things or to things that are not regarded as religious, spiritual, or sacred; temporal 2. concerned wtith nonreligious subjects. 3. occurring once in an age or century 4. continuing through long ages. / (n.) 1. a layperson.   Secular /sek-yuh-ler/ (adj./n.) "secular interests." "secular music." "the secular games of Rome."  
1. uncertainty or fluctuation, esp. when caused by inability to make a choice or by a simultaneous desire to say or do two opposite or conflicting things   Ambivalence /am-biv-uh-luhns/ (n.) *Origin: 1910–15; ambi- + valence  
1. to stimulate by or as if by a galvanic current. 2. Medicine/Medical. to stimulate or treat (muscles or nerves) with induced direct current (distinguished from faradize ). 3. to startle into sudden activity; stimulate.   Galvanize /gal-vuh-nahyz/ (v.) *Origin: 1802, physicist Luigi Galvani (1737-98) who discovered it while running currents through the legs of dead frogs.  
1. to inflame with wrath; make angry; enrage.   Incense /in-sěns/ (v.)  
1. constant; unremitting 2. constant in application or effort; working diligently at a task; persevering; industrious; attentive   Assiduous /uh-sij-oo-uhs/ (adj.) "assiduous reading." " an assiduous student."  
1. to feel or express sorrow or sympathy for; empathize with; pity.   Comiserate /kuh-miz-uh-reyt/ (v.)  
1. the artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops. 2. Medicine/Medical. the flushing or washing out of anything with water or other liquid.   Irrigation /ir-i-gey-shuhn/ (n.)  
1. showing good or outstanding judgment and understanding   Discerning /di-sur-ning/ (adj.) "He wrote a quite discerning report on the topic." "a discerning critic of French poetry."  
1. characterized by bloodshed and carnage for both sides 2. characterized by great slaughter; deadly 3. (of conflict) within a group or ogranization   Internecine /in-ter-nee-seen/ (adj.) "internecine war"; "an internecine feud among proxy holders"  
1. an office or position requiring little or no work, esp. one yielding profitable returns. 2. an ecclesiastical benefice without cure of souls.   Sinecure /sahy-ni-kyoor/ (n.) *Origin: From Medieval Latin (beneficium) sine cūrā, (benefice) without cure (of souls) : Latin sine, without + Latin cūrā, ablative of cūra, care  
1. chief in importance or impact; supreme; preeminent: a point of paramount significance. 2. above others in rank or authority; superior in power or jurisdiction.   Paramountcy /par-uh-mount-see/ (n.) *Origin: AF paramont above, equiv. to par per- + a mont < L ad montem to the mountain, hence, in OF: upward, above; see ad-, mount2  
1. boding ill; ill-omened; unfavorable.   Inauspicious /in-aw-spish-uhs/ (adj.)  
1. urgency. 2. the need, demand, or requirement intrinsic to a circumstance, condition, etc. 3. a case or situation that demands prompt action or remedy; emergency   Exigency /ek-si-juhn-see/ (n.) Note: Usually, "exigencies". "He promised help in any exigency" ; "the exigencies of city life." *Origin: 1575–85; < ML exigentia. See exigent, -ency  
1. to deprive of ability, qualification, or strength; make incapable or unfit; disable. 2. Law. to deprive of the legal power to act in a specified way or ways.   Incapacitate /in-kuh-pas-i-teyt/ (v.) *Origin: 1650–60; incapacit(y) + -ate1  
1. to increase; enlarge; lengthen. 2. eke out: a. to make (a living) or support (existence) laboriously b. to supplement; add to; stretch   Eke /eek/ (v./ verb phrase) "to eke out an income with odd jobs." "They managed to eke out a living by farming a small piece of land."  
1. urgent or persistent in solicitation, sometimes annoyingly so. 2. pertinacious, as solicitations or demands. 3. troublesome; annoying:   Importunate / Importunaties /im-pawr-chuh-nit/ (adj.) (pl. n.) "Importunate demands from the children for attention." *Origin:  
clamorous; noisy. 2. compelling or pressing; urgent   Clamant /kley-muhnt/ (adj.) "a clamant need for reform." *Origin: 1630–40; < L clāmant- (s. of clāmāns, prp. of clāmāre to shout), equiv. to clām- (see claim) + -ant- -ant  
1. being at rest; quiet; still; inactive or motionless   Quiescent /kwee-es-uhnt/ (adj.) "a quiescent mind." *Origin: L quiēscent- (s. of quiēscēns, prp. of quiēscere), equiv. to qui-, base meaning “rest, quiet” + -ēsc- inchoative suffix + -ent- -ent  
1. (adj.) highly excited by eagerness, curiosity, anticipation, etc. 2. (adverb) in a state of eager desire; excited   Agog /uh-gog/ (adj./adverb) *Origin: 1535–45; var. of on gog (in phrase set on gog rouse, stir up) < MF en gogues; see À gogo  
1. burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing hardship 2. having or involving obligations or responsibilities, esp. legal ones, that outweigh the advantages   Onerous /on-er-uhs/ (adj.) "an onerous agreement." "onerous duties." *Origin: 1350–1400; ME < L onerōsus, equiv. to oner- (s. of onus) burden + -ōsus -ous  
1. full of fear; fearful. 2. subject to fear; timid. 3. characterized by or indicating fear   Timorous /tim-er-uhs/ (adj.) "The noise made them timorous." ; "a timorous whisper."  
1. pertaining to or expressing a notion or idea. 2. of the nature of a notion or idea 3. abstract, theoretical, or speculative, as reflective thought. 4. not real or actual; ideal or imaginary 5. given to or full of foolish or fanciful ideas or moods.   Notional /noh-shuh-nl/ (adj.) "a notional response to the question." "to create a notional world for oneself."  
1. A blessing; a benediction.   Benison /běn'ĭ-zən/ (n.)  
1. To cause to be at a loss as to what to think, say, or do; to confound; to perplex; to bewilder.   Nonplus /non-PLUHS/ (trans. v.) "I told him that to many people she is one of the best sculptors alive, but he seemed nonplussed by the thought."  
1. swiftness; speed.   Celerity /suh-ler-i-tee/ (n.)  
1. ethics, esp. that branch dealing with duty, moral obligation, and right action.   Deontology (-ical) // (n.) (-adj.) *Origin: 1820–30: Gk deont- that which is binding (s. of déon, neut. prp. of deîn to bind), equiv. to de- bind + -ont- prp. suffix + -o- + -logy  
(noun) 1. a thin layer of wood or other material for facing or inlaying wood. 2. a superficially valuable or pleasing appearance / (verb) 1. to overlay with thin sheets of some material 2. to give a superficially valuable or pleasing appearance to.   Veneer /vuh-neer/ (n./v.) "a cruel person with a veneer of kindliness" *Origin: 1695–1705; earlier fineering, faneering < G Fourni(e)rung, Furni(e)rung, equiv. to furni(e)ren to furnish (< F fournir) + -ung -ing1  
1. of no essential consequence; unimportant. 2. not pertinent; irrelevant. 3. not material; incorporeal; spiritual.   Immaterial /im-uh-teer-ee-uh l/ (adj.) *Origin: 1350–1400; ME < ML immāteriālis  
1. capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or by pressure from rollers. 2. adaptable or tractable   Malleable /mal-ee-uh-buhl/ (adj.) "The malleable mind of a child." *Origin: 1350–1400; ME malliable < ML malleābilis, equiv. to malle(āre) to hammer (deriv. of L malleus hammer) + -ābilis -able  
1. a characteristic, habit, mannerism, or the like, that is peculiar to an individual. 2. the physical constitution peculiar to an individual.   Idiosyncratic /id-ee-uh-sing-kruh-see/ (adj.) Ex. "One of his idiosyncrasies was always preferring to be in the car first." *Origin: 1595–1605; < Gk idiosynkrāsía, equiv. to idio- idio- + syn- syn- + krâs(is) a blending + -ia  
1. the body of religious worshipers, as distinguished from the clergy. 2. the people outside of a particular profession, as distinguished from those belonging to it   Laity /ley-i-tee/ (n.) "the medical ignorance of the laity" *Origin: 1535–45; lay3 + -ity  
1. an editorial revision of a literary work, esp. on the basis of critical examination of the text and the sources used. 2. a version of a text resulting from such revision   Recension /ri-sen-shuhn/ (n.) *Origin: 1630–40; < L recēnsiōn- (s. of recēnsiō) a reviewing, equiv. to recēns(ēre) (re- re- + cēnsēre to estimate, assess) + -iōn- -ion  
1. characterized by or given to open exhibition or expression of one's emotions, attitudes, etc., esp. of love or affection 2. serving to demonstrate; explanatory or illustrative. 3. serving to prove the truth of anything; indubitably conclusive.   Demonstrative // () "She wished her fiancé were more demonstrative." "This is a demonstrative pronoun." *Origin: 1350–1400; ME demonstratif (< MF) < L dēmonstrātīvus, equiv. to dēmonstrāt(us)  
1. of or pertaining to time. 2. pertaining to or concerned with the present life or this world; worldly 3. enduring for a time only; temporary; transitory (opposed to eternal)   Temporal /tem-per-uhl/ (adj.) "temporal joys." *Origin: 1300–50; ME (adj. and n.) < L temporālis, equiv. to tempor- (s. of tempus) time + -ālis -al1  
(n.) 1. the formation or expression of an opinion or theory without sufficient evidence for proof. 2. an opinion so formed or expressed; guess; speculation. (v.) 1. to conclude or suppose from grounds or evidence insufficient to ensure reliability.   Conjecture /kuhn-jek-cher/ (n. / v.) *Origin: 1350–1400; (n.) ME < L conjectūra (< MF) inferring, reasoning, equiv. to conject(us) ptp. of conjicere to throw together, form a conclusion (con- con- + -jicere, comb. form of jacere to throw) + -ūra -ure  
1. a strong inclination, taste, or liking for something   Penchant /pen-chuhnt/ (n.) "a penchant for outdoor sports." *Origin: 1665–75; < F, n. use of prp. of pencher to incline, lean < VL *pendicāre, deriv. of L pendēre to hang  
1. existing or being everywhere, esp. at the same time; omnipresent   Ubiquitous /yoo-bik-wi-tuhs/ (adj.) "ubiquitous fog; ubiquitous little ants." *Origin: 1830–40; ubiquit(y) + -ous  
1. the office, jurisdiction, territory, or official residence of a prefect   Prefecture /pree-fek-cher/ (n.) *Origin:1570–80; < L praefectūra  
1. the act, fact, or process of diminishing; lessening; reduction   Diminution /dim-uh-noo-shuhn/ (n.) "The disease shows no signs of diminution." *Origin: 1275–1325; ME diminucion < AF diminuciun < L dīminūtiōn- (s. of dīminūtiō), for dēminūtiōn- (s. of dēminūtiō) (by influence of dīmunuere; see diminish)  
1. an evening party or social gathering, esp. one held for a particular purpose   Soiree /swah-rey/ (n.) "a musical soiree" *Origin: F, equiv. to OF soir evening  
1. a finishing stroke; anything that effectually ends or settles 2. discharge or release from life. 3. a period of retirement or inactivity.   Quietus /kwahy-ee-tuhs/ (n.) "Having given a quietus to the argument, she left." *Origin: ML quiētus quit (in quiētus est (he) is quit, a formula of acquittance), L: (he) is quiet, at rest  
1. abundantly supplied or provided; filled (usually fol. by with ) 2. stuffed or gorged with food and drink. 3. complete   Replete /ri-pleet/ (adj.) "a scholarly survey, replete in its notes and citations." ": a speech replete with sentimentality." *Origin: 1350–1400; ME repleet < MF replet < L replētus ptp. of replēre to fill up  
(n.): 1. a cloth, often of velvet, for spreading over a coffin, bier, or tomb. 2. a coffin. 3. anything that covers, shrouds, or overspreads, esp. with darkness or gloom. (v): to cover with or as with a pall.   Pall /pawl/ (n./v.) "A pall of black smoke hung over the quarry." *Origin: Middle English pal , from Old English pæll , cloak, covering , from Latin pallium  
1. Music. a more or less independent passage, at the end of a composition 2. Ballet . the concluding section of a ballet, esp. the final part of a pas de deux. 3. a concluding section or part   Coda /koh-duh/ (n.) "His new novel is a kind of a coda to his previous books." *Origin: 1745–55; < It < L cauda tail  
1. belonging to a thing by its very nature: the intrinsic value of a gold ring. 2. Anatomy . (of certain muscles, nerves, etc.) belonging to or lying within a given part.   Intrinsic /in-trin-sik, -zik/ (adj.) "Access to the arts is intrinsic to high quality of life." *Origin: 1480–90; < ML intrinsecus inward (adj.), L (adv.), equiv. to intrin- ( int ( e ) r-, as in interior  
(v.) 1. to deprive (someone) of something, as by fraud, extortion, etc.; swindle. 2. to obtain (money or the like) by fraud, extortion, etc. 3. to punish (a person) by fine, esp. for a misdemeanor. (n.) 1. a fine, esp. for a misdemeanor.   Mulct /muhlkt/ (v./n.) "no government darted propose to mulct the taxpayer for such a purpose" *Origin: 1475–85; < L mul ( c ) ta penalty involving loss of property  
(n.) 1. a depraved, unprincipled, or wicked person 2. a person rejected by god and beyond hope of salvation. (adj.) 1. morally depraved; unprincipled (v.) (used with object) 1. to disapprove, condemn, or censure 2. to reject, as for sin, from salvation.   Reprobate /rep-ruh-beyt/ (n. / v. / adj.) "a long-missed old reprobate drinking comrade" "his neighbors reprobated his method of proceeding" *Origin:  
1. the attempted reconciliation or union of different or opposing principles, practices, or parties, as in philosophy or religion.   Syncretism /sing-kri-tiz-uhm/ (n.) *Origin: 1610–20; < NL syncretismus < Gk synkrētismós union of Cretans, i.e., a united front of two opposing parties against a common foe, deriv. of synkrēt ( ízein ) to syncretize  
1. to praise highly; laud; eulogize   Extolled /ik-stohl, -stol/ (v.) "He extolled the virtues of the Russian peoples." "...to extol the beauty of Naples." *Origin: 1350–1400; ME extollen < L extollere to lift up, raise, equiv. to ex- ex-1 + tollere to lift, raise up  
(adj.) 1. pertaining to monasteries 2. characteristic of monks or nuns, their manner of life, or their religious obligations 3. characteristic of a secluded or austere manner of living. (n.) 1. a member of a monastic community or order, esp. a monk   Monastic /muh-nas-tik/ (adj./n.) "a monastic library." "monastic vows." "a monastic student bedroom" *Origin: 1400–50; late ME monastik < LL monasticus < LGk monastikós, equiv. to monas-  
1. pertaining to or characterized by declamation. 2. merely oratorical or rhetorical; stilted: a pompous, declamatory manner of speech.   Declamatory /dih-klam-uh-tawr-ee/ (adj.) "she declaimed her views" "a preacher declaiming from the pulpit" *Origin: 1575–85; < L dēclāmātōrius, equiv. to dēclāmā ( re ) ( see declaim) + -tōrius -tory1  
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1. hairy; shaggy. 2. Botany, Zoology. covered with long, rather stiff hairs. 3. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of hair.   Hirsute /hur-soot/ (adj.) *Origin:1615–25; < L hirsūtus rough, shaggy, bristly; akin to horrid  
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  Exiguous // () "They are entering the market, setting up stalls on snowy streets, moonlighting to supplement exiguous incomes" *Origin:  
  Gravitas // () "And we want to tell our readers about sharp, clever books, utterly lacking in gravitas, that we know will delight them on the beach or the bus." *Origin:  
  Solecism // () "An accurate report of anything that has ever been said in any parliament would be blather, solecism, verbiage and nonsense." *Origin:  
  Verbiage // () "An accurate report of anything that has ever been said in any parliament would be blather, solecism, verbiage and nonsense." *Origin:  
  Languor // () "Without health life is not life, wrote Rabelais, "life is not livable. . . . Without health life is nothing but languor." *Origin:  
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  Fealty // () Barbour believed Christian conservatives represented a critical constituency, and he looked for opportunities to display his fealty to them. *Origin:  
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1. Bright; lustrous   Nitid (adj.) "Intolerably, I dreamt of an exiguous and nitid labyrinth: in the center was a water jar; my hands almost touched it, my eyes could see it, but so intricate and perplexed were the curves that I knew I would die before reaching it." *Origin:  
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1. Savage; ravenous; predatory. 2. Pertaining to or resembling the wolf.   Lupine /LOO-pahyn/ (adj.) "Thin as a whippet, she had later reported to her husband, with something canine, or rather lupine, in the face as well, the heavy-lidlded eyes intelligent and watchful and pale." *Origin: From the Latin lupinus, "of the wolf."  
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-   Askew // () " *Origin:  
-   Vista // () " *Origin:  
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-   Verily // () " *Origin:  
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-   Jaunt // () " *Origin:  
-   Litany // () " *Origin:  
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-   Twain // () " *Origin:  
-   Anon // () " *Origin:  
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-   Collop // () " *Origin:  
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-   Flag (v. : droop  
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-   Listless // () " *Origin:  
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-   Panache // () " *Origin:  
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-   Platitude // () " *Origin:  
-   Pervasive // () " *Origin:  
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-   Pronounce // () " *Origin:  
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-   Ziti // () " *Origin:  
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-   Requisite // () " *Origin:  
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-   Rebuff // () " *Origin:  
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-   Presage // () " *Origin:  
-   Patina // () " *Origin:  
-   Humdrum // () " *Origin:  
-   Posterity // () " *Origin:  
-   Singularity // () " *Origin:  
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-   Paltry // () " *Origin:  
-   Nominal // () " *Origin:  
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-   Primogeniture // () " *Origin:  
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-   Democratic // () " *Origin:  
-   Republic // () " *Origin:  
-   Republican // () " *Origin:  
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-   Revelry // () " *Origin:  
-   Demean // () " *Origin:  
-   Letch // () " *Origin:  
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-   Amok // () " *Origin:  
-   Couvade // () " *Origin:  
-   Listless // () " *Origin:  
-   Indict // () " *Origin:  
-   Ethnography // () " *Origin:  
-   Disposition // () " *Origin:  
-   Vindicate // () " *Origin:  
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-   Preclude // () " *Origin:  
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-   Cartel // () " *Origin:  
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-   Consortium // () " *Origin:  
-   Buttress // () " *Origin:  
-   Neoclassical // () " *Origin:  
-   Intemperate // () " *Origin:  
-   Flashpoint // () " *Origin:  
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-   Transcendental // () " *Origin:  
-   Quoits // () " *Origin:  
-   Quoit // () " *Origin:  
-   Din // () " *Origin:  
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-   Sorrel // () " *Origin:  
-   Augur // () " *Origin:  
-   Mere // () " *Origin:  
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-   Scuttle (v) // () " *Origin:  
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-   Lexicon // () " *Origin:  
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-   Defenestrate // () " *Origin:  
-   Nuance // () " *Origin:  
-   Snuff // () " *Origin:  
-   Aeromancy // () " *Origin:  
-   Contrite // () " *Origin:  
-   Scansion // () " *Origin:  
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-   Palladian // () " *Origin:  
-   Churlish // () " *Origin:  
-   Wile // () " *Origin:  
-   Vouchsafe // () " *Origin:  
-   Assent // () " *Origin:  
-   Occlude // () " *Origin:  
-   Stopgap // () " *Origin:  
-   Fulgurate // () " *Origin:  
-   Writ // () " *Origin:  
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-   Confound // () " *Origin:  
-   Knell // () " *Origin:  
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-   Vapid // () " *Origin:  
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-   Rhapsodize // () " *Origin:  
-   Avail // () " *Origin:  
-   Redact // () " *Origin:  
-   Attar // () " *Origin:  
-   Piquant // () " *Origin:  
-   Ruction // () " *Origin:  
  Clement // () "" *Origin:  
  Harang // () "" *Origin:  
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