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DefinitionVocab
adjective: without scruples or principles
verb: charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone
noun: a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
adjective: guided by practical experience and observation rather than theory
verb: gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
verb: pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
verb: make (one thing) compatible with (another)
adjective: without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious
adjective: unwilling to change one's beliefs or course of action
verb: grow and flourish
verb: praise or glorify
verb: add details or explanation; clarify the meaning; state in depth
adjective: not clearly understood or expressed
adjective: intended to attract notice and impress others; tawdry or vulgar
adjective: impervious to correction by punishment
adjective: lacking foresight or imagination
noun: the trait of seeming not to care
adjective: easily irritated or annoyed
verb: prove to be false or incorrect
adjective: marked by repeated turns and bends; not straightforward
adjective: lacking significance through having been overused
verb: to adopt or support an idea or cause
adjective: harsh in tone
noun: the trait of avoiding excesses
DefinitionVocab
verb: give extra weight to (a communication)
adjective: marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
adjective: inducing mental lethargy; sleep inducing
noun: propriety in manners and conduct
adjective: markedly different from an accepted norm
adjective: in abundant supply
adjective: incapable of making less angry or hostile
adjective: being of questionable authenticity
adjective: refusing to change one's mind
noun: someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field
verb: to cause confusion verb: mistake one thing for another
adjective: available when required or as promised
adjective: at ease in talking to others
verb: interpreted in a particular way
adjective: describing a statement that is not believable
adjective: worthy of high praise
adjective: lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands
adjective: serving to warn; expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective
adjective: constituting a separate entity or part
adjective: requiring and demanding accuracy
adjective: difficult to understand; incomprehensible
adjective: characteristic of a limited perspective; not fashionable or sophisticated
adjective: dishonorable
noun: a gathering of persons representative of some larger groupadjective: dependent on (usually used with upon)
noun: extreme generosity and giving

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