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undue
adj. undeserved
machinist
n. one who operates metal-turning equipment
mead
n. alcoholic drink made by fermenting honey
transfer
v. move from one place to another
instant
adj. happening immediately
theorize
v. offer a theory
nullify
v. cancel out
islet
n. small island
ludicrous
adj. ridiculous
retrieve
v. take back
superintendent
n. one who supervises
tutorship
n. the operation of a tutor
malady
n. illness
separate
adj. distinct from each other
similitude
n. likeness
ultimatum
n. final demand or statement
waif
n. girl of fragile beauty
undersell
v. do an imperfect job of advertising
miserly
adj. unwilling to spend money
navigate
v. steer a course
visage
"face, facial expression"
ordinal
adj. to do with order or rank
visual
adj. to do with sight
manifesto
n. statement outlining a political belief system
oversee
v. keep an eye on
remunerate
v. pay
reproduce
v. produce offspring
semiconscious
adj. half-awake
regenerate
v. restore lost body tissue
perjury
n. the practise of lying in court
proscenium
n. arch separating a stage from the audience
partible
adj. able to be divided
prestidigitation
n. sleight of hand
inculpate
v. accuse
oakum
n. scraps of fibre coated in tar
pharmacopoeia
n. collection or list of drugs
sanguinary
adj. bloodthirsty
incipience
n. the state of being beginning to appear
recure
v. reach
heptarchy
n. rule by seven people
manumit
v. set free from slavery
sibilate
v. hiss
vaunted
adj. highly praised
impolitic
adj. not wise
obsequies
n. funeral rites
meretricious
adj. seeming valuable but actually worthless
salutatory
adj. acting as a greeting
triennial
adj. happening every three years
ichthyic
adj. fishy
plenipotentiary
adj. having the power to act on one's government's behalf
planisphere
n. map of a sphere e.g. the globe on a flat sheet
decagram
n. measurement of ten grams
poesy
n. poetry
irrefragable
adj. impossible to dispute
secant
n. ratio of the longest to the shortest line in a right-angled triangle
vitiate
v. spoil
antiphon
n. short sung phrase beginning or ending a psalm
stripling
n. young man
decasyllable
n. word or phrase of ten syllables
intestacy
n. the state of having died without a will
quietus
"n. death, release from life"
cabalism
n. mystical interpretation of the world
rondo
n. piece of music with a recurring theme
ripplet
n. small ripple
vehement
"adj. passionate, angry"
inexpedient
adj. not to be advised
vivisection
n. cutting into or up a living thing
sarcophagus
n. tomb
dermatology
n. science of the skin
anticyclone
n. wind circling around an area of high pressure
pertinacity
n. persistence
isochronous
adj. of equal length of time
unisonant
adj. in one voice
thearchy
n. religious rule
regale
v. entertain
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