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infernal
adj. of or relating to hell
ratify
v. give formal consent to
superannuated
adj. fired without a pension
disunion
n. breaking up of something
ancillary
adj. providing necessary support
cataclysm
"n. large-scale, natural event"
frolicsome
adj. lively and playful
quintessence
n. most intrinsic part
coagulant
n. something that makes a liquid solid
rotund
"plump, rounded, corpulent or having a rich sound"
unfrock
v. deprive someone of professional status
appertain
v. relate to
avow
v. confess openly
protuberance
n. bump
prerogative
n. a right
senescent
adj. growing old
defame
v. damage the good reputation of
transposition
n. act of changing something
increment
n. increase
aperture
n. opening
sectarian
adj. carried out by a sect
vivacious
adj. lively
ascendant
adj. rising in power
irrevocable
adj. unable to be reversed
luxuriate
v. enjoy luxury
abduct
v. kidnap
facsimile
n. copy
observance
n. the keeping of rituals
botanize
v. gather plants
deplorable
adj. worthy of hatred
inundation
n. flood
divertible
adj. capable of being distracted
matricide
n. killing your mother
auxiliary
adj. acting in addition
stupendous
adj. amazing
errant
adj. wandering around
witless
adj. stupid
surreptious
adj. sneaky
replenish
v. refill
blaspheme
v. say things against God
illegitimate
adj. not having a valid reason to exist
buffoonery
n. stupid behavior
octogenarian
n. someone eighty years old
aeronaut
n. hot air balloon pilot
despicable
adj. worthy of hatred
prevalence
n. commonness
coniferous
adj. having cone-shaped seed pods
inopportune
adj. ill-timed
parsimonious
adj. unwilling to spend money
exemplar
n. good example
illegible
adj. unreadable
illiterate
adj. unable to read
intersect
v. divide by crossing
conformity
n. the state of fitting in
accentuate
v. put stress on
malefactor
n. someone wishing ill
exposition
n. explaining words during a story
inceptive
adj. acting as a beginning
apparition
n. something appearing out of thin air
piecemeal
adv. done piece by piece
convalescent
n. one recovering from a disease
bedraggle
v. make scruffy
reciprocity
n. taking an eye for an eye
eligible
adj. sufficiently qualified
micrometer
n. instrument for measuring tiny distances
histrionics
n. overacting
apprise
v. test the values of
bombardier
n. member of a bomber crew
unguent
n. cream applied to the skin
hydrostatics
n. the study of liquids at rest
matriculate
v. enrol at college
lachrymose
adj. tearful
myopic
shortsighted
impertinence
"cheekiness, imprudence, rudeness"
satirical
adj. mocking the establishment
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