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QuestionAnswer
abrogate to abolish, to do away with
abyss bottomless hole, a vast expanse or depth
adamant inflexible, immovable, obstinate
ameliorate to make better, to relieve, to improve
augury A sign of what will happen in the future, an omen
autocrat a person with unlimited influence and authority
baseness the quality of lacking higher values
begrudge to give reluctantly, to envy a possession or one's enjoyment
beguile to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm
bemuse to confuse or to bewilder
blasphemous Sacrilegious against God or sacred things; profane
calamity a serious event causing distress or misfortune
conciliate to reconcile, to pacify, to renew a friendship
confound to cause one to become confused
contempt scorn, extreme dislike or disdain
contentious quarrelsome, stirring controversy
corroboration confirmation
credulous believing on slight evidence, gullible
defamation act of harming or ruining another's reputation
deference courteous going along with the opinions or wishes of another
Created by: fabbyxoxo