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bovine
adj. cow-like
mane
n. shaggy hair surrounding an animal's head
perverse
adj. acting in opposition to acceptable standards
chromatic
adj. colorful
avalanche
n. cascade of snow
extinguish
v. put out
alternative
adj. acting as an interchangeable replacement
commission
n. fee as a percentage of revenue
eclipse
"v. block out, get in front of"
boycott
v. refuse to attend
perspire
v. sweat
successor
n. one who follows
supplementary
adj. in addition
illiberal
adj. believing in restricted freedom
outlive
v. live longer than
municipality
n. town with its own government
gratify
v. satisfy
lever
n. bar resting on a pivot
blatant
adj. clear to see
aspersion
n. attack on a reputation
gluttonous
adj. greedy
impersonate
v. pretend to be
fuse
v. physically join together
furtherance
n. advancement
cache
n. store
coherent
adj. making sense
postdate
v. write a date currently in the future
emphasize
v. put stress on
marvel
n. amazing thing
ill-natured
adj. having a bad nature
archdeacon
n. assistant to a bishop
vortex
n. whirlwind or whirlpool
alley
n. narrow street
angelic
adj. like an angel
pleasant
adj. nice
legislative
adj. to do with making laws
suppression
n. the state of not allowing
antidote
n. chemical counteracting a poison
scathing
adj. very critical
alter
v. change
coronet
n. small crown
phonogram
n. written symbol representing a sound
stasis
n. lack of movement
foretell
v. prophecy
cadaverous
adj. like a dead body
continuity
n. the state of things continuing unchanged
urban
adj. to do with the city
remonstrate
v. tell off
trimness
adj. the state of being neat
chateau
n. French castle
carp
v. complain
indignation
n. the state of being annoyed
scope
n. defined subject matter
underrate
v. underestimate the values of
daring
n. bravery
vertigo
n. dizziness caused by fear of heights
prediction
n. statement about the future
harass
v. bother
protective
adj. wanting to protect
opportune
"adj. well-chosen, appropriate"
armory
n. storehouse for weapons
arcade
n. covered walkway
wrangle
v. argue
vainglory
n. excessive pride in oneself
intolerable
adj. impossible to put up with
mediate
v. steer the course of an argument
amphitheater
n. outdoor theater
sluggard
n. lazy person
whereabouts
n. position
intrusion
n. the act of going where you are not wanted
resuscitate
v. bring back to life
anesthesia
n. the science of numbing
overleap
v. go too far
vaccinate
v. inject with a small dose of a disease to make someone resistant to it
distensible
adj. capable of being stretched
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