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  1. solicitous
    showing care, attention, or concern
  2. innocuous
    [L. nocuus, harmful] harmless; inoffensive; insipid
  3. intimidate
    [L. timidus, timid] to make timid, or fearful
  4. adjunct
    something joined to something else, but in a dependent or subordinate poistion
  5. rampant
    marked by a menacing wildness, extravagance, 겉잡을 수 없는
  6. prepoderance
    superiority in weight, power, importance, or strength
  7. restive
    [L. restare, to keep back] refusing to move, hard to control
  8. antipathy
    [L, antipathia, of opposite feelings] extreme dislike, aversion
  9. mollify
    [L, mollis, soft] To calm the anger of; soothe or appeas
  10. apace
    At a rapid pace; swiftly.
  11. blatant
    obtrusive, unpleasantly loud and noisy 
  12. hegemony
    • [G. hegemon, leader] The predominance of one state or social group over others.
    •  
  13. acrimonious
    Bitter and sharp in language or tone
  14. dire
    Warning of or having dreadful or terrible consequences
  15. envisage
    To conceive an image or a picture of, especially as a future possibility 예상하다
  16. L. currere, to run [cur, curs, cour, cours, course]
    occurrence, occur, discourse, concurrence, 
  17. each of ... are ... their
    every, any, either: singular
  18. it says
    it needs an antecedent
  19. myself
    use it reflexively or intensively
  20. off of, out of
    keep off of the grass -> keep off the grass
  21. which, this, that
    avoid vague references
  22. CA VAL RY
    cavalry
  23. CHRIST IAN
    Christian
  24. CITE
    cite- refer to
  25. CLOTH ES
    clothes
  26. COM ING
    coming
  27. COM PLI MENT
    compliment- to express esteem
  28. eradicate
    [L. radic, root] To tear up by the roots
  29. myriad
    [Gk. murias, countless] Constituting a very large, indefinite number; innumerable
  30. discrepancy
    disagreement, difference, inconsitency
  31. corroborate
    [L. corrōborāt, to strengthen] To strengthen or support with other evidence; make more certain.
  32. cajole
    To persuade by flattery, gentle pleading, or insincere language
  33. eclectic
    [Gk. legein, to select] selecting what is considered best from different systems or sources
  34. clique
    A small exclusive group of friends or associates.
  35. buttress
    a structure built against a wall to strengthen it; any support or prop
  36. torpor
    [L. torpēre, to be stiff] A state of mental or physical inactivity or insensibility.
  37. estuary
    The part of the wide lower course of a river where its current is met by the tides.
  38. arrant
    out-and-out; notoriously bad, unmitigated
  39. imbroglio
    [It. imbrogliare, to entangle; broglio, confusion] a confused state of affairs
  40. chronic
    Of long duration; continuing
  41. fraternity
    [L. frāternus, fraternal] A body of people associated for a common purpose or interest, such as a guild.
  42. benign
    Having little or no detrimental effect; harmless
  43. L. fundere: to pour, melt (found, fund, fus, fuse)
    • fusion
    • fusible
    • refuse
    • suffuse
    • refund
    • profuse
  44. ourself, themself, ...
    ourselves, themselves
  45. between you and I
    between you and me
  46. it is me
    formal written usage-> it is I
  47. me, him
    possessive case before a gerund
  48. which
    refers to nonpersonal antecedents
  49. CON SCI OUS
    conscious (aware)
  50. CON SIS TENT
    consistent
  51. CO UN CIL
    council(a group of advisors)
  52. CRI TI CISM
    criticism
  53. DE FI NI TE LY
    definitely
  54. DE PEN DENT
    dependent
  55. excoriate
    [L. ex-out, corium, the skin] to strip, scratch
  56. accretion
    growth in size
  57. precipitous
    • 1)steep
    • 2) precipitate; falling steeply, rushing headlong
    • 3) exhibiting violent
  58. inert
    [L. iners, without skill or art; ars, art] having inertia, indisposed to action
  59. attrition
    • [L. atterere, to wear, terere, to rub] any gradual wearing or weakening 
    • 소모
  60. quiescent
    [L. quiēs, quiet] Quiet, still, or inactive
  61. fleece
    To defraud of money or property; 바가지 씌우다
  62. insulate
    [L. insula, island]  To prevent the passage of heat, electricity;  To cause to be in a detached or isolated position
  63. avert
    [L. vertere, to turn] to turn away
  64. docile
    [L.  docēre, to teach] ready and willing to be taught
  65. athwart
    From one side to the other of; across; contrary to
  66. moribund
    [L. morī, to die] Approaching death; about to die.
  67. poignant
    [L. pungere, to prick] Arousing deep emotion, especially pity or sorrow; touching
  68. sordid
    [L. sordidus, dirty] dirty or filthy
  69. reparation
    The act or process of making amends for a wrong. 배상
  70. L. sedere, to sit [side, sid, sede, sed]
    • reside
    • supersede
    • sedent
  71. bust, busted, bursted
    burst-burst-burst
  72. come
    come-came-come
  73. says, etc.
    do not shift tenses in reporting an incident
  74. better
    use with had
  75. got, have got
    do not use as present-tense substitutes for have (possess)
  76. hanged
    • to fasten or suspend- hang hung hung
    • to execute by hanging- hang, hanged, hanged
  77. DE SCRIBE
    • describe
    • - description
  78. DES PER ATE
    desperate
  79. DE STRUCT ION
    destruction
  80. DIL EMMA
    dilemma
  81. DIN ING
    dining
  82. DI SAS TROUS
    disastrous
  83. allegation
    1. assertion unsupported and by implication, 혐의
  84. cynical
    contemptuously distrustful of human nature and motives
  85. chauvinism
    exaggerated patriotism
  86. tenor
    [L. tenere, to hold] general course or tendency, drift
  87. crass
    [L. crassus, thick, fat, gross] grossly stupid, insensitive, unrefined
  88. respite
    A usually short period of rest or relief
  89. enunciate
    To pronounce; articulate.
  90. cessation
    A bringing or coming to an end
  91. imperious
    Urgent; pressing
  92. consummate
    To bring to completion
  93. allocation
    To set apart for a special purpose; designate
  94. morass
    An area of low-lying, soggy ground.
  95. renege
    To fail to carry out a promise or commitment
  96. deterrent
    [L. terrēre, to frighten] Something that deters: to prevent
  97. portent
    an indication of something important or calamitous about to occur; an omen.
  98. [L. cura, care]- cur, cure
    • curator
    • curiosity
    • accuracy
    • secure
    • sinecure
  99. suppose, use, ask
    don't forget the -d
  100. had of
    omit the of
  101. done
    distinguish with did
  102. proven
    • prove-proved-proved
    • proven: an adjectival form of prove
  103. would
    be sure
  104. would have
    don't use for had
  105. DROWN ED
    drowned
  106. ENT RANCE
    entrance
  107. EN VIR ON MENT
    environment
  108. EQU I PP ED
    equipped
  109. ES CAPE
    escape
  110. EX AG GER ATE
    exaggerate
  111. pariah
    a member of one of the oppressed social castes, someone rejected by others
  112. shunt
    to turn off to one side, to switch
  113. disaffect
    to alienate the affection or loyalty of
  114. coalition
    [L. coalitus, part, together, grow] a temporary alliance of distinct parties
  115. eke out
    to add something missing to, supplement
  116. pale
    A stake or pointed stick; a picket.
  117. reciprocate
    interchange
  118. onus
    burden
  119. brusque
    [L. brusco, rough] Abrupt and curt in manner or speech
  120. rectify
    [L. rēctus, right] to set right
  121. assiduous
    diligent
  122. propitious
    Presenting favorable circumstances or showing signs of a favorable outcome
  123. pittance
    wage
  124. semblance
    A representation; a copy.
  125. liquidate
    to settle, pay off
  126. [L. struere, to heap up, build]- sture, story, struct, stru
    • construct
    • destry
    • obstruct
    • structure
  127. want that
    drop that
  128. had ought
    drop had
  129. try and
    try to
  130. all the farther
    as far as
  131. EX CEL
    excel
  132. EXER CI SE
    exercise
  133. EXIST ENCE
    existence
  134. FOR TH
    forth
  135. FOR TY
    forty
  136. FUR THER
    further
  137. heady
    intoxicating
  138. annexation
    the act or process of incorporating into an existing country or state
  139. advent
    [L. adventure, arrival] arrival of something or someone that is important or worthy of note
  140. tranquility
    • The quality or state of being tranquil; serenity.
    •  
  141. proximity
    closeness
  142. entity
    being, existence
  143. emulate
    to strive to equal or excel
  144. brook
    tolerate
  145. indefatigable
    tireless
  146. ferret
    to force out of hiding with a ferret- a kind of weasel
  147. disgruntled
    • To make discontented.
    •  
  148. Organ
    [Gk. organon, instrument] a means or instrument for the performance of some action
  149. accede
    assent 응하다, 왕좌에 오르다
  150. ward
    • 1. Proximity; nearness.
    • 2. Kinship.
  151. [L. anima, soul/breath]
    • animate
    • animation
    • animal
  152. might could, used to could
    used to be able to
  153. let's us
    let's
  154. lay, set, raise
    • transitive.
    • lay-laid-laid
    • set-set-set
    • raise-raised-raised
  155. very, rather, too
    very much, rather seriously ...
  156. is when is where
    don't use it when  you define something
  157. cannot help but
    • cannot help with
    • cannot but
  158. HUND RED
    hundred
  159. HIND RANCE
    hindrance
  160. GRI EV OUS
    grievous
  161. GRA MM AR
    grammar
  162. GOVER N MENT
    government
  163. GENI US
    genius

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