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  1. alloy - V
    to commingle; to debase by mixing with something inferior; unalloyed means pure
  2. appropriate - V
    to take for one's own use, confiscate
  3. arrest, arresting - V/A
    to suspend; to engage; holding one's attention
  4. august - A
    majestic; venerable
  5. bent - N
    leaning, inclination, proclivity, tendency
  6. broach - V
    bring up, announce, begin to talk about
  7. brook - V
    to tolerate, endure, countenance
  8. cardinal - A
    major, as in cardinal sin
  9. chauvinist - N
    a blindly devoted patriot
  10. color - V
    to change as if by dyeing
  11. consequential - A
    pompous, self-important
  12. damp - V
    to diminish the intensity or check the vibration of a sound
  13. die - N
    a tool used for shaping, as in a tool-and-die shop
  14. essay - V
    to test or try; attempt; experiment
  15. exact - V
    to demand, call for, require, take
  16. fell - V
    to cause to fall by striking
  17. fell - A
    inhumanly cruel
  18. flag - V
    to sag or droop, to become spiritless, to decline
  19. flip - A
    sarcastic, impertinent, as in flippant
  20. ford - V
    to wade across the shallow part of a river or stream
  21. grouse - V
    to complain or grumble
  22. guy - N/V
    a rope, cord, or cable attached to something as a brace or guide
  23. intimate - V
    to imply, suggest, or insinuate
  24. list - V
    to tilt or lean to one side
  25. lumber - V
    to move heavily and clumsily
  26. meet - A
    fitting, proper
  27. milk - V
    to exploit, to squeeze every last ounce of
  28. mince - V
    pronounce or speak affectedly, euphemize, speak too carefully
  29. nice - A
    exacting, fastidious, extremely precise
  30. obtain - A
    to be established, accepted, or customary
  31. occult - A
    hidden, concealed, beyond comprehension
  32. pedestrian - A
    commonplace, trite, unremarkable, quotidian
  33. pied - A
    multicolored, usually in blotches
  34. pine - V
    to lose vigor (as through grief); to yearn
  35. plastic - A
    moldable, pliable, not rigid
  36. pluck - N
    courage, spunk, fortitude
  37. prize - V
    to pry, to press or force with a lever, something taken by force, spoils
  38. rail - V
    to complain about bitterly
  39. rent - V/N
    torn
  40. quail - V
    to lose courage, turn frightened
  41. qualify - V
    to limit
  42. sap - V
    to enervate or weaken the vitality of
  43. sap - N
    a fool or nitwit
  44. scurvy - A
    contemptible, despicable
  45. sententious - A
    aphoristic or moralistic, epigrammatic; tending to moralize excessively
  46. singular - A
    exceptional, unusual, odd
  47. stand - N
    a group of trees
  48. steep - V
    to saturate or completely soak, as in to let a tea bag steep
  49. stentorian - A
    extremely loud and powerful
  50. strut - N
    the supporting structural cross- part of a wing
  51. stygian - A
    gloomy, dark
  52. sycophant - N
    toady, servile, self-seeking flatterer
  53. table - V
    to remove (as a parliamentary motion) from consideration
  54. tendentious - A
    biased; showing marked tendencies
  55. tender - V
    to proffer or offer
  56. timorous - A
    timid, fearful, diffident
  57. tyro - N
    novice, greenhorn, rank amateur
  58. vitiate - V
    to corrupt, debase, spoil, make ineffective
  59. voluble - A
    fluent, verbal, having easy use of spoken language
  60. waffle - V
    to equivocate, to change one's position
  61. wag - N
    wit, joker

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