Kathleen English 100 words

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Kathleen English 100 words
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  1. publically criticize
    denounce
  2. vindicate
    exonerate
  3. believable
    credible
  4. abdicatere
    nounce
  5. to let go of, to give up
    relinquish
  6. to scold in a stern way
    castigate
  7. undeniable, indisputable
    incontrovertible
  8. to formally charge with a crime
    indict
  9. righteousness
    rectitude
  10. to formally and publically reprimand or scold
    censure
  11. philanthropy
    magnanimity
  12. to restrict or limit
    constrain
  13. to take by force
    usurp
  14. careless
    remiss
  15. adjacent, next to
    contiguous
  16. equality
    parity
  17. intended to calm or pacify
    conciliatory
  18. bitter, biting
    vituperative
  19. arcane
    abstruse
  20. unfeeling or uncaring
    callous
  21. overly complex or complicated
    convoluted
  22. enigmatic
    inscrutable
  23. not readily revealing one's thoughts or feelings
    reticent
  24. unadventurous, calm, sedate
    staid
  25. characterizes a child who is unusually mature or intelligent
    precocious
  26. a printed document that advertises or gives information about a particular product, school, etc.
    prospectus
  27. basic, elementary
    rudimentary
  28. obvious
    conspicuous
  29. an embarrassing mistake
    gaffe
  30. self-rule, the ability to governs oneself
    autonomy
  31. peculiar or individual
    idiosyncratic
  32. ignorant of or uninterested in other cultures or people different from oneself
    insular
  33. to lie or deceive
    dissemble
  34. a statement that seems to contradict itself but, upon further examination, proves to be true
    paradox
  35. a subtle hint
    intimation
  36. to blend in, to adopt another culture or style as one's own
    assimilate
  37. vengeful, having an unreasonable desire for revenge.
    Vindictive
  38. imitating or based on something else
    derivative
  39. vengeful, seeking to get revenge
    vindictive
  40. strong, powerful, worthy
    formidable
  41. great fear
    trepidation
  42. intended to teach particularly morality (The Crucible can be described this way.)
    didactic
  43. to spread (as information)
    disseminate
  44. to extend an idea or use existing information to make predictions about something unknown
    extrapolate
  45. to hint (often in a negative way)
    insinuate
  46. squelch
    quell
  47. excessively concerned with minor details or rules pedantic
    quell
  48. insightful, clever, observant
    perspicacious
  49. to prove
    substantiate
  50. to knock down, flatten, destroy
    raze
  51. excessively high (as the price of something)
    exorbitant
  52. cheerfulness, energy x
    exorbitant
  53. making a show of being morally superior
    sanctimonious
  54. to replace
    Supplant
  55. a follower of a particular group or party
    partisan
  56. careful to avoid wrongdoing
    scrupulous
  57. the use of lies and false arguments in order to deceive
    sophistry
  58. praiseworthy; characterizing something that deserves applause or praise
    audatory
  59. familiar with and at ease in many different cultures; interesting, exciting and well-traveled
    cosmopolitan
  60. an indirect or polite term used to describe something unpleasant or offensive ("downsizing" instead of "cutting staff," for example)
    euphemism
  61. Praise Enthusiastically
    Extol
  62. straightforward & honest
    Candid
  63. nonfunctioning
    Defunct
  64. eliminate or get ride of
    Eradicate
  65. to censure
    Expurgate
  66. destroy or root out completely
    Expurgate
  67. faithfully righteous
    Expurgate
  68. to forcefully silence or supress
    Squelch
  69. to prevent or slow the progress of something
    Stymie
  70. describes high-sounded languages with big words
    Bombastic
  71. to make something more attractive by the addition of decretive details
    Embellish
  72. Conspicuously or obviously offensive
    Flegorant
  73. sumptuously rich or luxurious
    Lavish
  74. uncalled for or unnecessary
    Gratuitous
  75. very mournful or sad, glum
    Lugubrious
  76. obviously rich and luxurious
    Opulent
  77. filled with characterized by living excitement or energy
    Exuberant
  78. characterized by showing interest or concern
    Solicitous
  79. fawning, servil, excessively obedient
    Obsequious
  80. a person who is a suck up "yes man" towards someone
    Sycophant
  81. refuse to accept of be associated with
    Repudiate
  82. making a show of being morally superior to other people
    Sanctimonious
  83. provide evidence to support or prove the truth
    Substantiate
  84. to persuade someone into doing something by sustained coaxing or fluttery
    Cajole
  85. very mournful or sad, glum
    Lugubrious
  86. fawning, servil, excessively obedient
    Obsequious
  87. fawning, servil, excessively obedient
    Obsequious
  88. to set or declare free from
    Absolve
  89. arcane, intended for or likely to be understood by only few
    Esoteric
  90. understood by few; mysterious or secret
    Arcane
  91. peculiar or individual
    Idiosyncratic
  92. to deceive or lie
    Dissemble
  93. easy to understand, expressed clearly
    Lucid
  94. an opinion or decision based upon incomplete information
    Conjecture
  95. a mild or indirect word or expression
    Euphemism

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