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  1. Absolute
    • Adj
    • 1. Completely free ("loosened") of constitutional or other restraint; autocratic; despotic
    • 2. Utter; outright; unquestionable
  2. Dissolution
    • Noun
    • Acy of "loosening" or breaking up into component parts; disintegration; ruin; destruction
  3. Dissolve
    • Verb
    • (literally "loosen apart")
    • 1. Break up; disintegrate; disband
    • 2. Cause to disapper; end
  4. Resolution
    • Noun
    • (literally, "act of unloosening") solving; solution; answer
  5. Resolve
    • Verb
    • (literally, "unloosen") break up; solve; explain; unravel
  6. Soluble
    • Adj
    • (literally, "able to be loosened")
    • 1. Capable of being dissolved or made into a liquid
    • 2. Solvable
  7. Solvent
    Noun
    Substance, usually liquid, able to dissolve ("loosen") another substance, known as the "solute"
  8. Solvent
    Adj
    Able to pay all one's debts
  9. Abound
    • Verb
    • (literally, "rise in waves" or "oveflow")
    • 1. (used with in or with) be well supplied; teem
    • 2. Be plentiful; be present in great quantity
  10. Abundant
    • Adj
    • (literally "rising in waves") more than sufficient; plentiful
  11. Inundate
    • Verb
    • Flood; overflow; deluge; overwhelm
  12. Redound
    • Verb
    • Flow back as a result; contribute
  13. Redundant
    • Adj
    • (literally, "flowing back") exceeding what is necessary; superfluous; surplus; opposite of concise
  14. Aver
    • Verb
    • State to be true; affirm confidently; assert; depose; opposite o deny
  15. Veracity
    • Noun
    • Truthfulness
  16. Verdict
    • Noun
    • (literally, something "truely said") decision of a jury; opinion; judgement
  17. Verify
    • Verb
    • Prove to be true; confirm; substantiate; corroborate
  18. Veritable
    • Adj
    • True; actual; genuine; real; authentic
  19. Verity
    • Noun
    • Truth (of things); something true; true statement
  20. Envision
    • Verb
    • Foresee; envisage; have a mental picure of (something not yet reality)
  21. Improvise
    • Verb
    • compose, recite, or sing on the spur of the moment; invent offhand; extemporize
  22. Revise
    • Verb
    • look at again to correct errors and make improvements; examine and improve
  23. video
    • adj
    • having to do with the transmission or reception of what is seen
  24. videotape
    • verb
    • make a videotape recording of an event ot TV program
  25. visibility
    deflgree of clearness of the atmosphere, with referance tov the distance at which objects can be clearly seen
  26. visual
    • adj
    • visual- having to do with sight
  27. invisible
    • adj
    • not able to be seen; imperceptible;indiscernible

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