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La2 (21 cards)

allusion, n. n. an indirect reference
chronic, adj. adj. lasting and recurring for a long time
denunciation, n. v open disapproval
embellish, v. 1. 1. v. to make beautiful by decorating
embellish, v. 2. 2. v. to improve by adding decorative details
ferment, n. 1. 1. n. a state of agitation and excitement; unrest
ferment, v. 2. 2. v. to cause or to undergo a breakdown of chemical substances into simpler substances, especially sugar into alcohol
haggard, adj. adj. appearing worn and exhausted due to over work or worry
ingratiate, v. v. to win favor with others
lassitude, n. n. a state of weakness and weiriness
maligh, v, 1. v. 1. to speak unfavorably about
philistine, n. 1. 1. v. someone who is uninterested in or hostile to
philistine, adj. 2. 2. adj. smug; ignorant
ramshackle. adj. adj. poorly constructed or maintained
sage, adj. 1. 1. adj. sensible and wise
sage, n. 2. 2. n. a person of celebrated wisdom or judgement
transcend, v. v. to pass above or beyond the limits of; to be above or beyond the limits of
voluminous, adj. adj. having a great size or capacity
wistful, adj, 1 1. adj. full of longing or desire
wistful, adj, 2 2. adj. sad in thought; pensive
malign, adj, 2 2. adj. evil or harmful
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