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williams stack

word power 1-3 for reading 200

QuestionAnswer
egotist believes in self-advancment
bigamy illegal plurality of marriage
anthropologist study of man kind
misanthrope hates people
ambidextrous use of both hands
misogamist hates marriage
introvert turn thoughts inward
gauche awkward
altruist is interested in the welfare of others
extrovert turns thoughts outward
monogamy system of only one marriage
ambivert turn thoughts both inward and outward
misogynist hates woman
philanthropist one who engages in chairitable works
gynecologist study of female
polygyny many wifes
ascetic does not pursue pleasures of the flesh
polyandry many husbands
adroit cleverness
dexterity skillful
sinister evil
egocentric worried about his own needs and self
altercation arguement
alternate a choice
egomaniac wrapped up in them selves
Created by: william allen