|1||bereave||(verb) deprive through death|
|2||deprecate||(verb) belittle; "The teacher should not deprecate his student's efforts"|
(verb) express strong disapproval of; deplore
|3||extremist||(noun) a person who holds extreme views|
(adjective satellite) (used of opinions and actions) far beyond the norm; "extremist political views"; "radical opinions on education"; "an ultra conservative"
|4||casualty||(noun) a decrease of military personnel or equipment|
(noun) an accident that causes someone to die
(noun) someone injured or killed in an accident
(noun) someone injured or killed or captured or missing in a military engagement
|5||miser||(noun) a stingy hoarder of money and possessions (often living miserably)|
|6||inland||(adjective) situated away from an area's coast or border|
(adverb) towards or into the interior of a region; "the town is five miles inland"
|7||mantle||(noun) a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter|
(noun) hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
(noun) shelf that projects from wall above fireplace; "in England they call a mantel a chimneypiece"
(noun) (zoology) a protective layer of epidermis in mollusks or brachiopods that secretes a substance forming the shell
(noun) the cloak as a symbol of authority; "place the mantle of authority on younger shoulders"
(noun) anything that covers; "there was a blanket of snow"
(noun) the layer of the earth between the crust and the core
(noun) United States baseball player (1931-1997)
(verb) cover like a mantle; "The ivy mantles the building"
(verb) spread over a surface, like a mantle
|8||unction||(noun) anointing as part of a religious ceremony or healing ritual|
(noun) semisolid preparation (usually containing a medicine) applied externally as a remedy or for soothing an irritation
(noun) smug self-serving earnestness
(noun) excessive but superficial compliments given with affected charm
|9||mandate||(noun) the commission that is given to a government and its policies through an electoral victory|
(noun) a document giving an official instruction or command
(noun) a territory surrendered by Turkey or Germany after World War I and put under the tutelage of some other European power until they ar able to stand by themselves
(verb) assign authority to
(verb) make mandatory; "the new director of the schoolbaord mandated regular tests"
(verb) assign under a mandate; "mandate a colony"
|10||deleterious||(adjective satellite) harmful to living things; "deleterious chemical additives"|
|11||somber||(adjective satellite) grave or even gloomy in character; "solemn and mournful music"; "a suit of somber black"; "a somber mood"|
(adjective satellite) lacking brightness or color; dull; "drab faded curtains"; "sober Puritan gray"; "children in somber brown clothes"
|12||Protestant||(noun) the Protestant churches and denominations collectively|
(noun) an adherent of Protestantism
(adjective satellite) making a protest
(adjective) of or relating to Protestants or Protestantism; "Protestant churches"; "a Protestant denomination"
|13||brogan||(noun) a thick and heavy shoe|
|14||apparition||(noun) an act of appearing or becoming visible unexpectedly; "natives were amazed at the apparition of this white stanger"|
(noun) something existing in perception only; "a ghostly apparition at midnight"
(noun) the appearance of a ghostlike figure; "I was recalled to the present by the apparition of a frightening specter"
(noun) a ghostly appearing figure; "we were unprepared for the apparition that confronted us"
|15||consecrate||(verb) render holy by means of religious rites|
(verb) dedicate to a deity by a vow
(verb) give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause; "She committed herself to the work of God"; "give one's talents to a good cause"; "consecrate your life to the church"
(verb) appoint to a clerical posts; "he was ordained in the Church"
(adjective) solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high purpose; "a life consecrated to science"; "the consecrated chapel"; "a chapel dedicated to the dead of World War II"
|16||lithograph||(noun) duplicator that prints by lithography; a flat surface (of stone or metal) is treated to absorb or repel ink in the desired pattern|
(noun) a print produced by lithography
(verb) make by lithography
|17||subterfuge||(noun) something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity; "he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge"; "the holding company was just a blind"|
|18||vertical||(noun) a vertical structural member as a post or stake; "the ball sailed between the uprights"|
(noun) something that is oriented vertically
(adjective) at right angles to the plane of the horizon or a base line; "a vertical camera angle"; "the monument consists of two vertical pillars supporting a horizontal slab"; "measure the perpendicular height"
(adjective) upright in position or posture; "an erect stature"; "erect flower stalks"; "for a dog, an erect tail indicates aggression"; "a column still vertical amid the ruins"; "he sat bolt upright"
|19||microcosm||(noun) a miniature model of something|
|20||illusory||(adjective satellite) based on or having the nature of an illusion; "illusive hopes of of finding a better job"; "Secret activities offer presidents the alluring but often illusory promise that they can achieve foreign policy goals without the bothersome debate and open decisi|
|21||inarticulate||(adjective) without or deprived of the use of speech or words; "inarticulate beasts"; "remained stupidly inarticulate and saying something noncommital"; "inarticulate with rage"; "an inarticulate cry"|
|22||garnish||(noun) any decoration added as a trimming or adornment|
(noun) something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration
(verb) decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods
(verb) take a debtor's wages on legal orders, such as for child support; "His employer garnished his wages in order to pay his debt"
|23||fulminate||(noun) a salt or ester of fulminic acid|
(verb) cause to explode violently and with loud noise
(verb) come on suddenly and intensely; "the disease fulminated"
(verb) criticize severely; "He fulminated against the Republicans' plan to cut Medicare"; "She railed against the bad social policies"
|24||submersible||(noun) a warship designed to operate under water|
(noun) an apparatus intended for use under water
(adjective) capable of being immersed in water or functioning while submerged; "a submersible pump"; "a submergible electric frying pan"
|25||glorious||(adjective satellite) having great beauty and splendor; "a glorious spring morning"; "a glorious sunset"; "splendid costumes"; "a kind of splendiferous native simplicity"|
(adjective satellite) bringing great happiness and thankfulness; "glorious freedom"; "glorious times"
(adjective) having or deserving or conferring glory; "a long and glorious career"; "our glorious literature"
(adjective satellite) characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur; "the brilliant court life at Versailles"; "a glorious work of art"; "magnificent cathedrals"; "the splendid coronation ceremony"
(adjective satellite) having or worthy of pride; "redoubtable scholar of the Renaissance"; "born of a redoubtable family"
|26||Epicurean||(noun) a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink)|
(adjective satellite) furnishing gratification of the senses; "an epicurean banquet"; "enjoyed a luxurious suite with a crystal chandelier and thick oriental rugs"; "Lucullus spent the remainder of his days in voluptuous magnificence"; "a chinchilla robe of sybaritic lavishnes
(adjective satellite) devoted to pleasure; "a hedonic thrill"; "lives of unending hedonistic delight"; "epicurean pleasures"
(adjective) of Epicurus or epicureanism; "Epicurean philosophy"
|27||causal||(adjective satellite) involving or constituting a cause; causing; "a causal relationship between scarcity and higher prices"|
|28||precise||(adjective satellite) (of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct; "a precise image"; "a precise measurement"|
(adjective) sharply exact or accurate or delimited; "a precise mind"; "specified a precise amount"; "arrived at the precise moment"
|29||indignity||(noun) an affront to one's dignity or self-esteem|
|30||typical||(adjective satellite) of a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing; "Jerusalem has a distinctive Middle East flavor"- Curtis Wilkie; "that is typical of you!"|
(adjective satellite) conforming to a type; "the typical (or normal) American"; "typical teenage behavior"
(adjective) exhibiting the qualities or characteristics that identify a group or kind or category; "a typical American girl"; "a typical suburban community"; "the typical car owner drives 10,000 miles a year"; "a painting typical of the Impressionist school"; "a typi
|31||ancestry||(noun) inherited properties shared with others of your bloodline|
(noun) the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
|32||loch||(noun) Scottish word for a lake|
(noun) a long narrow inlet of the sea in Scotland (especially when it is nearly landlocked)
|33||complaisance||(noun) a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others|
|34||vagabond||(noun) anything that resembles a vagabond in having no fixed place; "pirate ships were vagabonds of the sea"|
(noun) a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
(verb) move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "The gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering Jew"; "The cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next"; "They ro
(adjective satellite) continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another; "a drifting double-dealer"; "the floating population"; "vagrant hippies of the sixties"
(adjective satellite) wandering aimlessly without ties to a place or community; "led a vagabond life"; "a rootless wanderer"
|35||fallacy||(noun) a misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning|
|36||inactive||(adjective) not active physically or mentally; "illness forced him to live an inactive life"; "dreamy and inactive by nature"|
(adjective) not engaged in full-time work; "inactive reserve" ; "an inactive member of the department"
(adjective) lacking activity; lying idle or unused; "an inactive mine"; "inactive accounts"; "inactive machinery"
(adjective) not progressing or increasing; or progressing slowly
(adjective) lacking in energy or will; "Much benevolence of the passive order may be traced to a disinclination to inflict pain upon oneself"- George Meredith
(adjective) of e.g. volcanos; temporarily inactive; "a dormant volcano"
(adjective) of e.g. volcanos; permanently inactive; "an extinct volcano"
(adjective) not active or exerting influence
(adjective satellite) temporarily inactive
(adjective satellite) not in physical motion; "the inertia of an object at rest"
(adjective satellite) not engaged in military action
(adjective satellite) not participating in a chemical reaction; "desired amounts of inactive chlorine"
|37||authenticity||(noun) undisputed credibility|
|38||levy||(noun) the act of drafting into military service|
(noun) a charge imposed and collected
(verb) cause to assemble or enlist in the military; "raise an army"; "recruit new soldiers"
(verb) impose and collect; "levy a fine"
|39||slight||(noun) a deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval)|
(verb) pay no attention to, disrespect; "She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance"
(adjective satellite) being of delicate or slender build; "she was slender as a willow shoot is slender"- Frank Norris; "a slim girl with straight blonde hair"; "watched her slight figure cross the street"
(adjective satellite) almost no or (with `a') at least some; very little; "there's slight chance that it will work"; "there's a slight chance it will work"
(adjective satellite) having little substance or significance; "a flimsy excuse"; "slight evidence"; "a tenuous argument"; "a thin plot"
|40||termagant||(noun) a scolding nagging bad-tempered woman|
|41||accompaniment||(noun) the act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them|
(noun) a subordinate musical part; provides background for more important parts
(noun) an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another
|42||paraphernalia||(noun) equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc.|
|43||perjury||(noun) criminal offense of making false statements under oath|
|44||kernel||(noun) the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; "the gist of the prosecutor's argument"; "the heart and soul of the Republican Party"; "the nub of the story"|
(noun) a single whole grain of a cereal; "a kernel of corn"
(noun) the inner and usually edible part of a seed or grain or nut or fruit stone; "black walnut kernels are difficult to get out of the shell"
|45||fluent||(adjective satellite) expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively; "able to dazzle with his facile tongue"; "silver speech"|
(adjective satellite) smooth and unconstrained in movement; "a long, smooth stride"; "the fluid motion of a cat"; "the liquid grace of a ballerina"; "liquid prose"
(adjective satellite) easy and graceful in shape; "a yacht with long, fluent curves"
|46||materialize||(verb) come into being; become reality; "Her dream really materialized"|
|47||accomplice||(noun) a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)|
|48||pastoral||(noun) a literary work idealizing the rural life (especially the life of shepherds)|
(noun) a letter from a pastor to the congregation
(noun) a musical composition that evokes rural life
(adjective satellite) suggestive of an idyll; charmingly simple and serene; "his idyllic life in Tahiti"; "the pastoral legends of America's Golden Age"
(adjective satellite) used of idealized country life; "a country life of arcadian contentment"; "a pleasant bucolic scene"; "charming in its pastoral setting"; "rustic tranquility"
(adjective) of or relating to a pastor; "pastoral work"; "a pastoral letter"
(adjective) relating to shepherds or herdsmen or devoted to raising sheep or cattle; "pastoral seminomadic people"; "pastoral land"; "a pastoral economy"
|49||sanctity||(noun) the quality of being holy|
|50||eliminate||(verb) eliminate from the body; "Pass a kidney stone"|
(verb) kill in large numbers; "the plague wiped out an entire population"
(verb) terminate or take out; "Let's eliminate the course on Akkadian hieroglyphics"
(verb) remove (an unknown variable) from two or more equations
(verb) dismiss from consideration; "John was ruled out as a possible suspect because he had a strong alibi"; "This possibility can be eliminated from our consideration"
(verb) remove from a contest or race; "The cyclist has eliminated all the competitors in the race"
(verb) do away with
|51||retort||(noun) a vessel where substances are distilled or decomposed by heat|
(noun) a quick reply to a question or remark (especially a witty or critical one); "it brought a sharp rejoinder from the teacher"
(verb) answer back
|52||foggy||(adjective satellite) obscured by fog; "he could barely see through the fogged window"|
(adjective satellite) filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning"
(adjective satellite) indistinct or hazy in outline; "a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes"
(adjective satellite) stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)