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Lessons 3 and 4


Excerpt n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.
Excerpt tr. v. To take a passage from a book, etc.; to quote.
Exhilarate tr. v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
Exonerate tr. v. To free from blame.
Exonerate tr. v. To relieve of a task.
Exorbitant adj. Excessive
Compound tr. v. To mix together; to combine two or more parts or elements.
Compound adj. Having two or more parts or elements.
Compound n. A combination of elements, parts, or substances.
Exposition n. A precise statement or explanation.
Exposition n. A public exhibit or show.
Expound tr. v. and intr. v. To set forth an explanation or view of something in detail (usually used with on).
Impose tr. v. To set up, or to force something (or oneself) onto others.
Impose intr. v. To take unfair advantage of someone.
Impostor n. One who deceives by using a false identity.
Proponent n. One who argues in support of something.
Extraneous adj. Coming from outside, foreign.
Extraneous adj. Not essential or vital.
Extraterrestrial adj. Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmosphere.
Extrovert n. A person chiefly interested in things outside the self, directing thoughts outward rather inward.
Mediate tr. v. To act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute.
Mediocrity n. The condition of being commonplace or ordinary, somewhere in the middle between high and low; a very ordinary person.
Medium n. A substance or element through which something is transmitted.
Medium n. A person thought to have communication with spirits of the dead.
Non Sequitur n. A statement that does not follow logically from evidence.
Obsequious adj. Excessively willing to yield to others.
Subsequent adj. Coming after or later.
Sequester tr. v. To go into hiding; to seek solitude.
Sequester tr. v. To isolate.
Created by: Agent.H.D.S
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