Nouns Stack 1

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  1. zest
    • noun
    • enthusiasm
  2. zenith
    • noun
    • highest point
  3. zeal
    • noun
    • eager desire or enthusiasm
  4. wrath
    • noun
    • intense anger or fury
  5. woe
    • noun
    • great trouble or sorrow
  6. whim
    • noun
    • impulsive idea or desire, usually not thought out
  7. welter
    • noun
    • confused muss; commotion or turmoil
  8. wager
    • noun
    • bet
  9. vow
    • noun
    • solemn pledge or promise
  10. volition
    • noun
    • will or consious choice
  11. visionary
    • noun
    • one with lofy, revolutionary, or sometimes impractical goals or ideas abou the future
  12. vigor
    • noun
    • vitality or energy
  13. victor
    • noun
    • winner
  14. vicinity
    • noun
    • local area
  15. venture
    • noun
    • a project or enterprise, usually one involving some degree of risk, although not necessarily physical risk
  16. valor
    • noun
    • courage, heroism
  17. utopia
    • noun
    • an ideal place or society, usually regarded as unachievable
  18. utensil
    • noun
    • am implement or tool to help the user accomplish something
  19. upheaval
    • noun.
    • conflict or disturbance, usually characterized by changes in group membership, leadership, or goals
  20. ultimatum
    • noun
    • a final demand, a condition
  21. tycoon
    • noun
    • a very wealthy and powerful business leader
  22. tutor
    • noun
    • a private teacher, often for a student who needs extra or specialized help in a particular academic area
  23. turpitude
    • noun
    • shamful wickedness or depravity
  24. turmoil
    • noun
    • disturbance or upheaval
  25. tribute
    • noun
    • a demonstration of respect or gratitude
  26. tribunal
    • noun
    • a place of judgment usually legal in nature
  27. trepidation
    • noun
    • fear, apprehenstion
  28. transition
    • noun
    • movement from on condition or situation to another; implies some degree of change or transformation
  29. trait
    • noun
    • characteristic or distinguishing feature
  30. tradition
    • noun
    • customs and beliefs common to a group that are passed down through time
  31. token
    • noun
    • a sign or object that signifies a greater feeling or whole
  32. tint
    • noun
    • a shade of a color
  33. timbre
    • noun
    • the quality of sound, independent of pitch and volume
  34. thrift
    • noun
    • economical management; economy; frugality
  35. threshold
    • noun
    • the starting point of an activity; literally, the line that separates one area from another
  36. theme
    • noun
    • the main topic, as of a written work, movie, show, speech
  37. tension
    • noun
    • mental or emotional strain, usually brought on by precieved or actual problems or conflicts
  38. tempo
    • noun
    • the pace or speed of an activity or series of activities
  39. temperament
    • noun
    • overall attitude, disposition, or character
  40. temerity
    • noun
    • recklessness, audacity; boldness verging on foolhardiness
  41. technique
    • noun
    • a method or specific way of doing something
  42. tally
    • noun
    • a record of an account or score; any list that involves counting or enumeration
  43. tactics
    • noun
    • specific actions used to achieve a purpose or accomplish an objective in military terms, meneuvers by small or lower-level units in contact with the enemy
  44. tact
    • noun
    • the ability to communicate a message without causing offense, especially an unpleasent message
  45. tacit
    • noun
    • silent or unspoken; implied
  46. synthesis
    • noun
    • the combining of parts to form a whole, especially referring to ideas or procedures
  47. synopsis
    • noun
    • brief summery
  48. syptom
    • noun
    • indication of a problem, usually referring to a disease or illness
  49. symbol
    • noun
    • a disign or insignia that represents something, usually a value, action, or group identity
  50. sycophant
    • noun
    • one who flatters a superior in hope of getting preferential treatment
  51. suspense
    • noun
    • tenseness brought on by uncertainty about an outcome; can also refer to a deadline
  52. survey
    • noun
    • a general study of a topic or issue
  53. supplement
    • noun
    • an amount added to complete something
  54. summit
    • noun
    • the highest point
  55. strife
    • noun
    • conflict, disagreement, contention
  56. strategy
    • noun
    • planning and coordination aimed at achieving a goal or objecting a way to get something done
  57. stimulus
    • noun
    • an encouragment to act or react
  58. stigma
    • noun
    • mark or perseption of disgrace or bad reputation
  59. status
    • noun
    • social or professional standing or level
  60. stature
    • noun
    • a height, measured either physically or in respect
  61. stanza
    • noun
    • a section of a poem or song; a verse
  62. stamina
    • noun
    • endurance; physical or mental ability to with stand fatique
  63. stagnation
    • noun
    • moutionlessness or inactivity
  64. sponsor
    • noun
    • one who supports and approves of a person or activity
  65. solace
    • noun
    • comfort after loss or disapointment
  66. snare
    • noun
    • trap
  67. slope
    • noun
    • the angle of a surface that is neither vertical nor horizontal
  68. slogan
    • noun
    • motto or saying that sums up an individual or group's attitude
  69. slander
    • noun
    • spoken untruth that damages one's reputation
  70. site
    • noun
    • a location
  71. silhouette
    • noun
    • the outline of a person or object, usually with out observable details becuase of low lighting
  72. sheen
    • noun
    • shine or luster
  73. sheaf
    • noun
    • a bundle, usually either of papers or grain
  74. sham
    • noun
    • a false imitation; in slang, refers to avoiding work, sometimes by pretense
  75. sequel
    • noun
    • something that follows from what has happened before
  76. semblance
    • noun
    • outward appearrance
  77. sect
    • noun
    • a group of peole having the same beliefs, usually religious; often has a slight to severe negative connotation
  78. scroll
    • noun
    • a roll of paper or parchment with writing
  79. scope
    • noun
    • the complete area or extent of action or thought
  80. scent
    • noun
    • distinctive aroma or smell
  81. scapegoat
    • noun
    • someone who is blamed, usually unjustly, for the mistakes or misdeeds of others
  82. satire
    • noun
    • criticism of someone or something by seeming approval cast in a light or taken to an extreme that makes the subject appear ridiculous
  83. sarcasm
    • noun
    • cutting or insulting ironic remarks
  84. sanction
    • noun
    • approval, usually by a higher authority; can also mean a penalty for breaking a law or rule
  85. salutation
    • noun
    • a written or spoken greeting; also can refer to a person's title, such as Dr., Mr.
  86. saga
    • noun
    • a long story or tale, usually involving heroic deeds
  87. sabotage
    • noun
    • deliberate damage to facilities or equipment belonging to an enemy, usually performed by spies or an underground movement within an occupied country

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