Misc. Words Isee 4
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Misc. Words Isee 4
Misc Words Isee
Misc. Words Isee
1. An unbroken veiw of the surrounding area to an observer
2. A picture or photograph that contains a wide view
To go back, to revert to an earlier or less advanced form
To impose a tax, fee, or fine
Garrison (n) (v)
(n) 1. The troops stationed in a town/fortress
(v) 2. To station troops in a town
1. To secretly allow something illicit
2. To conspire to do something illicit
Premise (n) (v)
(n)1. A previous proposition or statement of which another one is inferred or follows as a conclusion
The premise for his argument was that his opponent had lied before, so he may do it again.
(v)2. To base an argument or threory on
They would not accept an idea premised on such tenuous details.
1. A formal pledge or promise to do something
: He gave an undertaking that he would avenge their deaths.
2. A task that is taken on
1. An official in a government department
2. An administrator who is concerned with correct procedure at the people's expense
: The 911 incident left an indelible mark on American history.
Lasting for a short time; impermanent
: The transient storm left as swiftly as it came.
Aware of the proceedings; concious
Abundant in supply or quanitity
He had a copious amount of money, but he was extremely greedy so he wouldn't donate any of it.
1. Open to more that one interpretation
2. Uncertain or questionable in nature
: The incentive of his actions were equivocal; he would not speak and there were no witnesses to the incident.
Not open to more than one interpretation; straightforward
: The argument was unambiguous, but my obstinate brother still would not give in.
To indicate, to be a sign for
Information, especially of biased nature, used to promote or publicize a political point of view
To dismiss to an inferior rank or position; to banish or exile
1. To deliver to a person's custody, usually so it can be sold
2. To send goods by a public carrier