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Adamant ('ad-a-mant) adj Refusing to change an opinion.
Adjacent (ad-'ja-cent) adj Close to or next to.
Advocate ('ad-vo-cate) v To publicly support.
Aggregate ('agg-re-gate) adj To combine.
Allocate ('al-lo-cate) v To put aside for a specific purpose.
Berate (be-'rat-e) v To scold.
Bestow (be'-stow) v To give as a gift.
Boast (boast) v To brag or talk with excessive pride.
Brusque (brusque) adj Abrupt to the point of rudeness.
Brash (brash) adj Rude and tactless.
Cacophony (ca-'coph-o-ny) n A harsh, unpleasant mixture of together.
Conceal (con-'ceal) v To hide.
Concur (con-'cur) v To agree.
Convey (con-'vey) v To make known.
Copious ('co-pi-ous) adj Abundant.
Demonstrate ('dem-on-strate) v To show.
Despise (de-'spise) v To hate.
Deter (de-'ter) v To discourage.
Deceive (de-'ceive) v To trick or mislead.
Decipher (de-'ci-pher) v To find the meaning of.
Ease (ease) n To reduce unpleasantness or difficulty.
Eloquent ('el-o-quent) adj Moving speech or writing.
Enhance (en-'hance) v To intensify or magnify.
Epitome (e-'pit-o-me) n A perfect example of something.
Evade (e-'vade) v To avoid or escape.
Fluctuate ('flu-ctu-ate) v To change continually.
Fortify ('for-tify) v To strengthen.
Frivolous ('friv-o-lous) adj Unnecessary; of little importance.
Finite ('fi-nite) adj Having an end or limits.
Fundamental (fun-da-'mental) adj Of primary importance.
Garbled ('ger-bled) v Communication that is distorted and unclear.
Generate ('ge-ne-rate) v To produce.
Grandiose ('gran-di-ose) adj Pompous; overly important.
Hackneyed ('hack-neyed) adj Overused and unoriginal.
Haphazard (hap-'haz-ard) adj Lacking planning.
Hazardous ('haz-ar-dous) adj Full of risk.
Hesitate ('hes-i-tate) v To pause, often due to reluctance.
Hierarchy ('hi-e-rar-chy) n A ranking system.
Hollow (holl-ow) adj Empty inside.
Horror (horr-or) n An intense feeling of fear.
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