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Amulet necklace against evil
Aesthetic beauty or act
Appropriate as verb to take possesstion of
Hilt handle of sword or weapon
Moray tropical eel having gills open
Scythe an arrgicultural consisting of a blade
Risible readiness to laugh
Rue to feel sorrow over-to rue the loss of oppoortunities
Acrid harsh- bitter
Acrimony bitterness
Acumer sharpness of insight
Acme top of something, peak
Acquiesce Agree
Accolade kudos, praise, award
Acceretion growth in size
Acerbic bitter sharp
Abridge condense , shorten
Abscond to depart secretly, flee
Abstemious restraint to food or alcohol
Accede to agree
Aberration 2. the act of deviating from the ordinary, usual, or normal type. 3. deviation from truth or moral rectitude. 4. mental irregularity or disorder, especially of a minor or temporary nature; lapse from a sound
Abash embarras
Abate decrease or reduce -abate the budget to chip away
Chide to express disapproval off
Chimercial unreal; imaginary; visionary
Choleric Easily angered, short tempered
Clod a lump or mass
Apex highest pt
Antithesis against pt
Bavy group of birds, as larks or quail, or animals, as roebuck, in close association. 2. a large group or collection
Bilk to defraud; cheat: He bilked the government of almost a million dollars.
Bane a person or thing that ruins or spoils:
Banter Chatter
Bastion anything seen as preserving or protecting some quality, condition: strong hold
Insularity dwelling or situated on an island.
Indistict not distinct; not clearly marked or defined: indistinct markings.
Invective Scorn
Blandish influence opr coax by gentle flattery;charm seduce
Bellicose inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent; pugnacious.
Brazen shameless
Axiom 1. a self-evident truth that requires no proof. 2. a universally accepted principle or rule
Arable farming land
Blasphemous profane
Bourgeois member of the middle class.
Bovine of or pertaining to the subfamily Bovinae, which includes cattle, buffalo, and kudus
Aglet a metal tag or sheath at the end of a lace used for tying, as of a shoelace. 2. (in the 16th and 17th centuries) an ornament at the end of a point or other ribbon used to secure a garment.
Chagrin to vex by disappointment or humiliation: The rejection of his proposal chagrined him deeply. a feeling of vexation, marked by disappointment or humiliation.
Logorrhea pathologically incoherent, repetitious speech 2. incessant or compulsive talkativeness; wearisome volubility
Valise noun a small piece of luggage that can be carried by hand, used to hold clothing, toilet articles, etc.; suitcase; traveling
Bray the loud, harsh cry of a donkey. 2. any similar loud, harsh sound.
Asylum : REFUGE : SHELTER an inviolable refuge, as formerly for criminals and debtors; sanctuary: He sought asylum in the church.
Astringent harsh sharp severe
Assuage to make less severe alleviate ease
Assonance resemblance in sound rhyme repetition
Assiduous constant; unremitting: assiduous reading. 2. constant in application or effort; working diligently at a task; persevering; industrious; attentive: an assiduous student.
Aspersion false rumor damaging slander
Ashen resembling ashes, deathly pale, pasty
Ascribe to attribute to assign
Contrite caused by or showing sincere remorse. ,, deep sorrow