|1||constrict||(verb) become tight or as if tight; "Her throat constricted"|
(verb) squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
|2||formula||(noun) something regarded as a normative example; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"|
(noun) (mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems; "he determined the upper bound with Descartes' rule of signs"; "he gave us a general formula for attacking polynomials"
(noun) a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
(noun) a conventionalized statement expressing some fundamental principle
(noun) directions for making something
(noun) a representation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements
(noun) a liquid food for infants
|3||accursed||(adjective satellite) under a curse|
|4||metempsychosis||(noun) after death the soul begins a new cycle of existence in another human body|
|5||infidelity||(noun) the quality of being unfaithful|
|6||penultimate||(noun) the next to last syllable in a word|
(adjective satellite) next to the last; "the author inadvertently reveals the murderer in the penultimate chapter"; "the figures in the next-to-last column"
|7||savage||(noun) a cruelly rapacious person|
(noun) a member of an uncivilized people
(verb) criticize harshly or violently; "The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
(verb) attack brutally and fiercely
(adjective satellite) without civilizing influences; "barbarian invaders"; "barbaric practices"; "a savage people"; "fighting is crude and uncivilized especially if the weapons are efficient"-Margaret Meade; "wild tribes"
(adjective satellite) (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering; "a barbarous crime"; "brutal beatings"; "cruel tortures"; "Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks"; "a savage slap"; "vicious kicks"
(adjective satellite) wild and menacing; "a ferocious dog"
(adjective satellite) marked by extreme and violent energy; "a ferocious beating"; "fierce fighting"; "a furious battle"
|8||macrocosm||(noun) everything that exists anywhere; "they study the evolution of the universe"; "the biggest tree in existence"|
|9||overleap||(verb) leave undone or leave out; "How could I miss that typo?"; "The workers on the conveyor belt miss one out of ten"|
(verb) jump across or leap over (an obstacle)
(verb) defeat (oneself) by going too far
|10||lingual||(adjective) pertaining to or resembling or lying near the tongue; "lingual inflammation"; "the lingual surface of the teeth"|
(adjective) consisting of or related to language; "linguistic behavior"; "a linguistic atlas"; "lingual diversity"
|11||propulsion||(noun) the act of propelling|
(noun) a propelling force
|12||expectorate||(verb) discharge (phlegm or sputum) from the lungs and out of the mouth|
(verb) clear out the chest and lungs; "This drug expectorates quickly"
|13||juicy||(adjective) full of juice|
(adjective satellite) lucrative; "a juicy contract"; "a nice fat job"
(adjective satellite) suggestive of sexual impropriety; "a blue movie"; "blue jokes"; "he skips asterisks and gives you the gamy details"; "a juicy scandal"; "a naughty wink"; "naughty words"; "racy anecdotes"; "a risque story"; "spicy gossip"
(adjective satellite) having strong sexual appeal; "juicy barmaids"; "a red-hot mama"; "a voluptuous woman"
|14||conducive||(adjective satellite) tending to bring about; being partly responsible for; "working conditions are not conducive to productivity"; "the seaport was a contributing factor in the growth of the city"; "a contributory factor"|
|15||recede||(verb) become faint or more distant; "the unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she grew older"|
(verb) move back and away from; "The enemy fell back"
(verb) pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
|16||stimulant||(noun) a drug that temporarily quickens some vital process|
(noun) any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
(adjective satellite) that stimulates; "stimulant phenomena"
|17||ordination||(noun) the act of ordaining; the act of conferring (or receiving) holy orders; "the rabbi's family was present for his ordination"|
(noun) logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements; "we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation"
(noun) the status of being ordained to a sacred office
|18||underwrite||(verb) guarantee financial support of; "The opera tour was subvented by a bank"|
(verb) protect by insurance; "The insurance won't cover this"
|19||mediate||(verb) act between parties with a view to reconciling differences; "He interceded in the family dispute"; "He mediated a settlement"|
(verb) occupy an intermediate or middle position or form a connecting link or stage between two others; "mediate between the old and the new"
(adjective) acting through or dependent on an intervening agency; "the disease spread by mediate as well as direct contact"
(adjective satellite) being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series; "adolescence is an awkward in-between age"; "in a mediate position"; "the middle point on a line"
|20||annalist||(noun) a historian who writes annals|
|21||insurgence||(noun) an organized rebellion aimed at overthrowing a constituted government through the use of subversion and armed conflict|
|22||lever||(noun) a rigid bar pivoted about a fulcrum|
(noun) a flat metal tumbler in a lever lock
(noun) a simple machine that gives a mechanical advantage when given a fulcrum
(verb) to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open; "The burglar jimmied the lock", "Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail"
|23||whine||(noun) a complaint uttered in a plaintive whining way|
(verb) complain whiningly
(verb) talk in a tearful manner
(verb) move with a whining sound; "The bullets were whining past us"
|24||modulate||(verb) vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves)|
(verb) adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of
(verb) fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of; "regulate the temperature"; "modulate the pitch"
(verb) of one's speech, varying the pitch
(verb) change the key of, in music; "modulate the melody"
|25||gendarme||(noun) a French policeman|
|26||inaccessible||(adjective) capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all|
(adjective satellite) not capable of being obtained; "a rare work, today almost inaccessible"; "timber is virtually unobtainable in the islands"; "untouchable resources buried deep within the earth"
|27||preempt||(verb) make a preemptive bid|
(verb) acquire by preemption
|28||pluperfect||(noun) a perfective tense used to express action completed in the past; "`I had finished' is an example of the past perfect"|
(adjective satellite) more than perfect; "he spoke with pluperfect precision"
|29||submarine||(noun) a submersible warship usually armed with torpedoes|
(noun) a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
(verb) attack by submarine; "The Germans submarined the Allies"
(verb) control a submarine
(verb) bring down with a blow to the legs
(verb) throw with an underhand motion
(verb) move forward or under in a sliding motion; "The child was injured when he submarined under the safety belt of the car"
(adjective satellite) beneath the surface of the sea
|30||pagan||(noun) a person who does not acknowledge your God|
(adjective satellite) not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam
|31||flatulence||(noun) pompously embellished language|
(noun) a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal
|32||patter||(noun) plausible glib talk (especially useful to a salesperson)|
(noun) a quick succession of light rapid sounds; "the patter of mice"; "the patter of tiny feet"
(verb) make light, rapid and repeated sounds; "gently pattering rain"
(verb) rain gently; "It has only sprinkled, but the roads are slick"
|33||anemic||(adjective satellite) lacking vigor or energy; "an anemic attempt to hit the baseball"|
(adjective) relating to anemia or suffering from anemia
|34||beatitude||(noun) one of the eight sayings of Jesus at the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount; in Latin each saying begins with `beatus' (blessed); "her favorite Beatitude is `Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth'"|
(noun) a state of supreme happiness
|35||hospitality||(noun) kindness in welcoming guests or strangers|
|36||deviltry||(noun) reckless or malicious behavior that causes discomfort or annoyance in others|
(noun) wicked and cruel behavior
|37||doubly||(adverb) to double the degree; "she was doubly rewarded"; "his eyes were double bright"|
(adverb) in a twofold manner; "he was doubly wrong"
|38||repellent||(noun) the power to repel; "she knew many repellents to his advances"|
(noun) a chemical substance that repels animals
(noun) a compound with which fabrics are treated to repel water
(adjective satellite) incapable of absorbing or mixing with; "a water-repellent fabric"; "plastic highly resistant to steam and water"
(adjective satellite) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"
(adjective satellite) serving or tending to repel; "he became rebarbative and prickly and spiteful"; "I find his obsequiousness repellent"
|39||lexicographer||(noun) a compiler or writer of a dictionary; a student of the lexical component of language|
|40||possession||(noun) anything owned or possessed|
(noun) the act of having and controlling property
(noun) (sport) the act of controlling the ball (or puck); "they took possession of the ball on their own goal line"
(noun) the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
(noun) a territory that is controllled by a ruling state
(noun) a mania restricted to one thing or idea
(noun) being controlled by passion or the supernatural
|41||bodily||(adjective satellite) having or relating to a physical material body; "bodily existence"|
(adjective satellite) affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit; "bodily needs"; "a corporal defect"; "corporeal suffering"; "a somatic symptom or somatic illness"
(adjective) of or relating to or belonging to the body; "a bodily organ"; "bodily functions"; "carnal remains"
(adverb) in bodily form; "he was translated bodily to heaven"
|42||recreant||(noun) a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc.|
(noun) an abject coward
(adjective satellite) lacking even the rudiments of courage; abjectly fearful; "the craven fellow turned and ran"; "a craven proposal to raise the white flag"; "this recreant knight"- Spenser
(adjective satellite) having deserted a cause or principle; "some provinces had proved recreant"; "renegade supporters of the usurper"
|43||disreputable||(adjective) lacking respectability in character or behavior or appearance|
|44||disown||(verb) prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting|
|45||recourse||(noun) act of turning to for assistance; "have recourse to the courts"; "an appeal to his uncle was his last resort"|
(noun) something or someone turned to for assistance or security; "his only recourse was the police"; "took refuge in lying"
|46||Elizabethan||(noun) a person who lived during the reign of Elizabeth I; "William Shakespeare was an Elizabethan"|
(adjective) of or relating to Queen Elizabeth I of England or to the age in which she ruled; "Elizabethan music"
|47||grotesque||(noun) art characterized by an incongruous mixture of parts of humans and animals interwoven with plants|
(adjective satellite) distorted and unnatural in shape or size; abnormal and hideous; "tales of grotesque serpents eight fathoms long that churned the seas"; "twisted into monstrous shapes"
(adjective satellite) ludicrously odd; "Hamlet's assumed antic disposition"; "fantastic Halloween costumes"; "a grotesque reflection in the mirror"
|48||irate||(adjective satellite) feeling or showing extreme anger; "irate protesters"; "ireful words"|
|49||requite||(verb) make repayment for or return something|
|50||fishmonger||(noun) someone who sells fish|
|51||discomfit||(verb) cause to lose one's composure|