|1||delusion||(noun) the act of deluding; deception by creating illusory ideas|
(noun) a mistaken or unfounded opinion or idea; "he has delusions of competence"; "his dreams of vast wealth are a hallucination"
(noun) (psychology) an erroneous belief that is held in the face of evidence to the contrary
|2||well-to-do||(adjective satellite) in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich; "they were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards"; "easy living"; "a prosperous family"; "his family is well-situated financially"; "well-to-do members of the community"|
|3||scoundrel||(noun) a wicked or evil person; someone who does evil deliberately|
|4||absolution||(noun) the act of absolving or remitting; formal redemption as pronounced by a priest in the sacrament of penance|
(noun) the condition of being formally forgiven by a priest in the sacrament of penance
|5||punctilious||(adjective satellite) marked by precise accordance with details; "was worryingly meticulous about trivial details"; "punctilious in his attention to rules of etiquette"|
|6||felon||(noun) someone who has committed (or been legally convicted of) a crime|
(noun) a purulent infection at the end of a finger or toe in the area surrounding the nail
|7||countervail||(verb) oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions; "This will counteract the foolish actions of my colleagues"|
(verb) compensate for or counterbalance; "offset deposits and withdrawals"
|8||wee||(noun) a short time; "bide a wee"|
(verb) eliminate urine; "Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug"
(adjective satellite) very early; "the wee hours of the morning"
(adjective satellite) (used informally) very small; "a wee tot"
|9||beck||(noun) a beckoning gesture|
|10||apiary||(noun) a shed containing a number of beehives|
|11||cosmogony||(noun) the branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe|
|12||domain||(noun) a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about; "it was a limited domain of discourse"; "here we enter the region of opinion"; "the realm of the occult"|
(noun) people in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest; "the Western world"
(noun) territory over which rule or control is exercised; "his domain extended into Europe"; "he made it the law of the land"
(noun) the set of values of the independent variable for which a function is defined
(noun) a particular environment or walk of life; "his social sphere is limited"; "it was a closed area of employment"; "he's out of my orbit"
|13||autobiography||(noun) a biography of yourself|
|14||protege||(noun) a person who receives support and protection from an influential patron who furthers the protege's career|
|15||acclaim||(noun) enthusiastic approval; "the book met with modest acclaim"; "he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd"; "they gave him more eclat than he really deserved"|
(verb) praise vociferously; "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"
(verb) clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
|16||scabbard||(noun) a sheath for a sword or dagger or bayonet|
|17||deportment||(noun) (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people|
|18||quiescence||(noun) quiet and inactive restfulness|
(noun) a state of quiet (but possibly temporary) inaction; "the volcano erupted after centuries of dormancy"
|19||operative||(noun) someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information|
(noun) a person secretly employed in espionage for a government
(adjective) being in force or having or exerting force; "operative regulations"; "the major tendencies operative in the American political system"
(adjective satellite) (of e.g. a machine) performing or capable of performing; "in running (or working) order"; "a functional set of brakes"
(adjective) relating to or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery especially as opposed to medicine; "a surgical appendix"; "a surgical procedure"; "operative dentistry"
(adjective satellite) effective; producing a desired effect; "the operative word"
(adjective) of or relating to a surgical operation; "operative surgery"
|20||electrolysis||(noun) removing superfluous or unwanted hair by passing an electric current through the hair root|
(noun) lysis of a bond produced by the passage of an electric current
|21||impunity||(noun) exemption from punishment or loss|
|22||harbinger||(noun) an indication of the approach of something or someone|
(verb) foreshadow or presage
|23||disunion||(noun) the termination or destruction of union|
|24||extension||(noun) act of expanding in scope; making more widely available; "extension of the program to all in need"|
(noun) act of stretching or straightening out a flexed limb
(noun) an educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who not enrolled as regular students
(noun) an addition that extends a main building
(noun) an addition to the length of something
(noun) an additional telephone set that is connected to the same telephone line
(noun) amount or degree or range to which something extends; "the wire has an extension of 50 feet"
(noun) the ability to raise the working leg high in the air; "the dancer was praised for her uncanny extension"; "good extension comes from a combination of training and native ability"
(noun) the most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression; the class of objects that an expression refers to; "the extension of `satellite of Mars' is the set containing only Demos and Phobos"
(noun) the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions
(noun) a string of characters beginning with a period and followed by one to three letters; the optional second part of a PC computer filename; "most applications provide extensions for the files they create"; "most BASIC files use the filename extension .BAS"
(noun) a mutually agreed delay in the date set for the completion of a job or payment of a debt; "they applied for an extension of the loan"
|25||territorial||(noun) a territorial military unit|
(noun) nonprofessional soldier member of a territorial military unit
(adjective) of or relating to the local vicinity; "territorial waters"
(adjective) displaying territoriality; defending a territory from intruders; "territorial behavior"; "strongly territorial birds"
(adjective) of or relating to a territory; "the territorial government of the Virgin Islands"; "territorial claims made by a country"
|26||Scriptural||(adjective) of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible; "biblical names"; "biblical Hebrew"|
(adjective) written or relating to writing
|27||repel||(verb) reject outright and bluntly; "She snubbed his proposal"|
(verb) force or drive back; "repel the attacker"; "fight off the onslaught"; "rebuff the attack"
(verb) cause to move back by force or influence; "repel the enemy"; "push back the urge to smoke"; "beat back the invaders"
(verb) be repellent to; cause aversion in
(verb) fill with distaste; "This spoilt food disgusts me"
|28||thrall||(noun) someone held in bondage|
(noun) the state of being under the control of another person
|29||bibulous||(adjective satellite) given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol; "a bibulous fellow"; "a bibulous evening"; "his boozy drinking companions"; "thick boozy singing"; "a drunken binge"; "two drunken gentleman holding each other up"; "sottish behavior"|
|30||aggrieve||(verb) break the heart of; cause to feel sorrow|
(verb) infringe on the rights of
|31||florid||(adjective satellite) elaborately or excessively ornamented; "flamboyant handwriting"; "the senator's florid speech"|
|32||dubious||(adjective satellite) fraught with uncertainty or doubt; "they were doubtful that the cord would hold"; "it was doubtful whether she would be admitted"; "dubious about agreeing to go"|
(adjective satellite) not convinced; "they admitted the force of my argument but remained dubious"
(adjective satellite) open to doubt or suspicion; "the candidate's doubtful past"; "he has a dubious record indeed"; "what one found uncertain the other found dubious or downright false"; "it was more than dubitable whether the friend was as influential as she thought"- Karen
|33||squalid||(adjective satellite) foul and run-down and repulsive; "a flyblown bar on the edge of town"; "a squalid overcrowded apartment in the poorest part of town"; "squalid living conditions"; "sordid shantytowns"|
(adjective satellite) morally degraded; "a seedy district"; "the seamy side of life"; "sleazy characters hanging around casinos"; "sleazy storefronts with...dirt on the walls"- Seattle Weekly; "the sordid details of his orgies stank under his very nostrils"- James Joyce; "the
|34||regalia||(noun) especially fine or decorative clothing|
(noun) paraphernalia indicative of royalty (or other high office)
|35||Bowdlerize||(verb) edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate; "bowdlerize a novel"|
|36||versatile||(adjective satellite) (used of persons) having many skills|
(adjective satellite) able to move freely in all directions; "an owl's versatile toe can move backward and forward"; "an insect's versatile antennae can move up and down or laterally"; "a versatile anther of a flower moves freely in the wind"
(adjective satellite) competent in many areas and able to turn with ease from one thing to another; "a versatile writer"
(adjective satellite) changeable or inconstant; "versatile moods"
(adjective satellite) having great diversity or variety; "his various achievements are impressive"; "his vast and versatile erudition"
|37||parse||(verb) analyze syntactically by assigning a constituent structure to (a sentence)|
|38||polygon||(noun) a closed plane figure bounded by straight sides|
|39||inherent||(adjective satellite) in the nature of something though not readily apparent; "shortcomings inherent in our approach"; "an underlying meaning"|
(adjective satellite) present at birth but not necessarily hereditary; acquired during fetal development
(adjective satellite) existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"
|40||equity||(noun) conformity with rules or standards; "the judge recognized the fairness of my claim"|
(noun) the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation
(noun) the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it
|41||remembrance||(noun) the ability to recall past occurrences|
(noun) a recognition of meritorious service
|42||pedagogics||(noun) the principles and methods of instruction|
|43||dignitary||(noun) an important or influential (and often overbearing) person|
|44||lien||(noun) a large dark-red oval organ on the left side of the body between the stomach and the diaphragm; produces cells involved in immune responses|
(noun) the right to take another's property if an obligation is not discharged
|45||grenadier||(noun) deep-sea fish with a large head and body and long tapering tail|
(noun) an infantryman equipped with grenades
|46||precipitate||(noun) a precipitated solid substance in suspension or after settling or filtering|
(verb) separate as a fine suspension of solid particles
(verb) hurl or throw violently; "The bridge broke and precipitated the train into the river below"
(verb) bring about abruptly; "The crisis precipitated by Russia's revolution"
(verb) fall vertically, sharply, or headlong; "Our economy precipitated into complete ruin"
(verb) fall from clouds; "rain, snow and sleet were falling"; "Vesuvius precipitated its fiery, destructive rage on Herculaneum"
(adjective satellite) done with very great haste and without due deliberation; "hasty marriage seldom proveth well"- Shakespeare; "hasty makeshifts take the place of planning"- Arthur Geddes; "rejected what was regarded as an overhasty plan for reconversion"; "wondered whether
|47||insuperable||(adjective satellite) impossible to surmount|
(adjective satellite) incapable of being surmounted or excelled; "insuperable odds"; "insuperable heroes"
|48||corporal||(noun) a noncommissioned officer in the army or airforce or marines|
(adjective satellite) possessing or existing in bodily form; "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare; "an incarnate spirit"; "`corporate' is an archaic term"
(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"
|49||accouter||(verb) provide with military equipment|
|50||continence||(noun) the exercise of self constraint in sexual matters|
(noun) voluntary control over urinary and fecal discharge
|51||sinus||(noun) a wide channel containing blood; does not have the coating of an ordinary blood vessel|
(noun) any of various air-filled cavities especially in the bones of the skull
(noun) an abnormal passage leading from a suppurating cavity to the body surface
|52||onrush||(noun) (military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons); "the attack began at dawn"|
(noun) a forceful forward rush or flow; "from the bow she stared at the mesmerising onrush of the sea where it split and foamed"; "the explosion interrupted the wild onsrush of her thoughts"
|53||tableau||(noun) any dramatic scene|
(noun) a group of people attractively arranged (as if in a painting)