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  1. hypothetical
    uncertain; unproven
  2. uncertain; unproven
    hypothetical
  3. recalcitrant
    stubbornly defiant of authority or control
  4. stubbornly defiant of authority or control
    recalcitrant
  5. ambulatory
    able to walk; walking
  6. able to walk; walking
    ambulatory
  7. diffident
    timid; lacking in self-confidence
  8. timid; lacking in self-confidence
    diffident
  9. drone
    to talk on and on in a dull way
  10. to talk on and on in a dull way
    drone
  11. gullible
    overly trusting; willing to believe anything
  12. overly trusting; willing to believe anything
    gullible
  13. marred
    damaged; bruised
  14. damaged; bruised
    marred
  15. chronology
    an order of events from earliest to latest
  16. an order of events from earliest to latest
    chronology
  17. economical
    frugal; thrifty
  18. frugal; thrifty
    economical
  19. conjoin
    to join or act together
  20. to join or act together
    conjoin
  21. panegyric
    lofty praise
  22. lofty praise
    panegyric
  23. pedagogue
    a strict, overly academic teacher
  24. a strict, overly academic teacher
    pedagogue
  25. reprobate
    a wicked, sinful, depraved person
  26. a wicked, sinful, depraved person
    reprobate
  27. zeitgeist (TSYTE gyste)
    German--"time spirit". The spirit of the times. Bill was always out of step with the _______; he had short hair in 1970 and long hair in 1980.
  28. German--"time spirit". The spirit of the times. Bill was always out of step with the _______; he had short hair in 1970 and long hair in 1980.
    zeitgeist (TSYTE gyste)
  29. junct. Latin--jungere, junctum
    to join, yoke
  30. to join, yoke
    junct. Latin--jungere, junctum
  31. enjoin
    1. to command; to urge 2. to forbid
  32. 1. to command; to urge 2. to forbid
    enjoin
  33. injunction
    an order which legally prevents something
  34. an order which legally prevents something
    injunction
  35. rejoinder
    an answer; a reply
  36. an answer; a reply
    rejoinder
  37. part. Latin--pars, partis
    "part"
  38. "part"
    part. Latin--pars, partis
  39. impartial
    having no bias or favor
  40. having no bias or favor
    impartial
  41. partisan
    believing and acting on ideas of a political party or group
  42. believing and acting on ideas of a political party or group
    partisan
  43. impart
    to give away; share
  44. to give away; share
    impart
  45. clus/clud. Latin--claudere, clausum
    to close
  46. to close
    clus/clud. Latin--claudere, clausum
  47. inclusive
    containing all; not keeping any out
  48. containing all; not keeping any out
    inclusive
  49. inconclusive
    providing no clear answer or solution
  50. providing no clear answer or solution
    inconclusive
  51. preclude
    prevent from happening
  52. prevent from happening
    preclude
  53. cis. Latin--cadere, caesum
    to cut
  54. to cut
    cis. Latin--cadere, caesum
  55. precise
    accurate; definite
  56. accurate; definite
    precise
  57. indecisive
    unable to make choices
  58. unable to make choices
    indecisive
  59. incision
    a cut made in order to get inside something
  60. a cut made in order to get inside something
    incision

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