|1||reseat||(verb) show to a different seat; "The usher insisted on reseating us"|
(verb) provide with new seats; "reseat Carnegie Hall"
(verb) provide with a new seat; "reseat the old broken chair"
|2||autarchy||(noun) a political system governed by a single individual|
(noun) economic independence as a national policy
|3||fallacious||(adjective satellite) based on an incorrect or misleading notion or information; "fallacious hope"|
(adjective satellite) intended to deceive; "deceitful advertising"; "fallacious testimony"; "smooth, shining, and deceitful as thin ice" - S.T.Coleridge; "a fraudulent scheme to escape paying taxes"
(adjective satellite) containing or based on a fallacy; "fallacious reasoning"; "an unsound argument"
|4||authentic||(adjective satellite) not counterfeit or copied; "an authentic signature"; "a bona fide manuscript"; "an unquestionable antique"; "photographs taken in a veritable bull ring"|
(adjective satellite) conforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief; "an authentic account by an eyewitness"; "reliable information"
|5||corroboration||(noun) confirmation that some fact or statement is true|
|6||accost||(verb) approach with an offer of sexual favors; "he was solicited by a prostitute"; "The young man was caught soliciting in the park"|
(verb) speak to someone
|7||inseparable||(adjective satellite) not capable of being separated; "inseparable pieces of rock"|
|8||intimacy||(noun) close or warm friendship; "the absence of fences created a mysterious intimacy in which no one knew privacy"|
(noun) a feeling of being intimate and belonging together; "their closeness grew as the night wore on"
(noun) a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
|9||valedictorian||(noun) the student with the best grades who delivers the valedictory at graduation|
|10||abeyance||(noun) temporary cessation or suspension|
|11||redolent||(adjective satellite) having a strong distinctive fragrance; "the pine woods were more redolent"- Jean Stafford|
(adjective satellite) serving to bring to mind; "cannot forbear to close on this redolent literary note"- Wilder Hobson; "a campaign redolent of machine politics"
|12||microscopic||(adjective satellite) infinitely or immeasurably small; "two minute whiplike threads of protoplasm"; "reduced to a microscopic scale"|
(adjective) too small to be seen except under a microscope
(adjective satellite) extremely precise with great attention to details; "examined it with microscopic care"
(adjective) of or relating to or used in microscopy; "microscopic analysis"; "microscopical examination"
|13||racy||(adjective satellite) suggestive of sexual impropriety; "a blue movie"; "blue jokes"; "he skips asterisks and gives you the gamy details"; "a juicy scandal"; "a naughty wink"; "naughty words"; "racy anecdotes"; "a risque story"; "spicy gossip"|
(adjective satellite) full of zest or vigor; "a racy literary style"
|14||sinecure||(noun) an office that involves minimal duties|
(noun) a benefice to which no spiritual or pastoral duties are attached
|15||incidentally||(adverb) introducing a different topic; "by the way, I won't go to the party"|
(adverb) in an incidental manner; "these magnificent achievements were only incidentally influenced by Oriental models"
(adverb) by the way; "apropos, can you lend me some money for the weekend?"
|16||medial||(adjective satellite) relating to or situated in or extending toward the middle|
(adjective satellite) dividing an animal into right and left halves
|17||confront||(verb) deal with (something unpleasant) head on; "You must confront your problems"; "He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes"|
(verb) present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize; "We confronted him with the evidence"; "He was faced with all the evidence and could no longer deny his actions"; "An enormous dilemma faces us"
(verb) oppose, as in hostility or a competition; "You must confront your opponent"; "Jackson faced Smith in the boxing ring"; "The two enemies finally confronted each other"
(verb) be face to face with; "The child screamed when it confronted the man in the halloween costume"
|18||legging||(noun) a garment covering the leg (usually extending from the knee to the ankle)|
|19||pretension||(noun) a false or unsupportable quality|
(noun) the quality of being pretentious (creating a false appearance of great importance or worth)
(noun) the advancing of a claim; "his pretension to the crown"; "the town still puts forward pretensions as a famous resort"
|20||grief||(noun) something that causes great unhappiness; "her death was a great grief to John"|
(noun) intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)
|21||momentum||(noun) the product of a body's mass and its velocity; "the momentum of the particles was deduced from meteoritic velocities"|
(noun) an impelling force or strength; "the car's momentum carried it off the road"
|22||subservient||(adjective satellite) abjectly submissive; characteristic of a slave or servant; "slavish devotion to her job ruled her life"; "a slavish yes-man to the party bosses"- S.H.Adams; "she has become submissive and subservient"|
(adjective satellite) compliant and obedient to authority; "editors and journalists who express opinions in print that are opposed to the interests of the rich are dismissed and replaced by subservient ones"-G. B. Shaw
|23||tolerant||(adjective satellite) showing or characterized by broad-mindedness; "a broad political stance"; "generous and broad sympathies"; "a liberal newspaper"; "tolerant of his opponent's opinions"|
(adjective satellite) tolerant and forgiving under provocation; "our neighbor was very kind about the window our son broke"
(adjective satellite) showing the capacity for endurance; "injustice can make us tolerant and forgiving"; "a man patient of distractions"
(adjective) showing respect for the rights or opinions or practices of others
|24||exonerate||(verb) pronounce not guilty of criminal charges; "The suspect was cleared of the murder charges"|
|25||tremor||(noun) an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear)|
(noun) a small earthquake
(noun) shaking or trembling (usually resulting from weakness or stress or disease)
(verb) shake with seismic vibrations; "The earth was quaking"
|26||denouement||(noun) the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work|
(noun) the outcome of a complex sequence of events
|27||persuade||(verb) cause somebody to adopt a certain position, belief, or course of action; twist somebody's arm; "You can't persuade me to buy this ugly vase!"|
(verb) win approval or support for; "Carry all before one"; "His speech did not sway the voters"
|28||disciple||(noun) someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another|
|29||adoration||(noun) worship given to God alone|
(noun) the act of admiring strongly
(noun) a feeling of profound love and admiration
|30||guise||(noun) an artful or simulated semblance; "under the guise of friendship he betrayed them"|
|31||specious||(adjective satellite) based on pretense; deceptively pleasing; "the gilded and perfumed but inwardly rotten nobility"; "meretricious praise"; "a meretricious argument"|
(adjective satellite) plausible but false; "a specious claim"
(adjective satellite) plausible but false; "specious reasoning"; "the spurious inferences from obsolescent notions of causality"- Ethel Albert
|32||recurrent||(adjective satellite) recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"|
|33||orthopedic||(adjective) of or relating to or employed in orthopedics; "orthopedic shoes"|
|34||valorous||(adjective satellite) having or showing valor; "a valiant attempt to prevent the hijack"; "a valiant soldier"|
|35||infamous||(adjective satellite) having an exceedingly bad reputation; "a notorious gangster"; "the tenderloin district was notorious for vice"|
|36||benefice||(noun) an endowed church office giving income to its holder|
(verb) endow with a benefice
|37||protract||(verb) lengthen in time; cause to be or last longer; "We prolonged our stay"; "She extended her visit by another day"; "The meeting was drawn out until midnight"|
|38||liege||(noun) city in eastern Belgium; largest French-speaking city in Belgium|
(noun) a person holding a fief
(adjective satellite) owing or owed feudal allegiance and service; "one's liege lord"; "a liege subject"
|39||nowhere||(noun) an insignificant place; "he came out of nowhere"|
(adverb) not anywhere; in or at or to no place; "I am going nowhere"
|40||lethargy||(noun) inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy|
(noun) weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy
(noun) a state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness)
|41||uproot||(verb) pull up by or as if by the roots; "uproot the vine that has spread all over the garden"|
(verb) destroy completely, as if down to the roots; "the vestiges of political democracy were soon uprooted"
(verb) move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment; "The war uprooted many people"
|42||facility||(noun) a service that an organization or a piece of equipment offers you; "a cell phone with internet facility"|
(noun) services and space and equipment provided for a particular purpose; "catering facilities"; "toilet facilities"
(noun) a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"
(noun) a natural effortlessness; "they conversed with great facility"; "a happy readiness of conversation"--Jane Austen
(noun) skillful performance or ability without difficulty; "his quick adeptness was a product of good design"; "he was famous for his facility as an archer"
|43||lithe||(adjective satellite) gracefully slender; moving and bending with ease|
|44||underlie||(verb) be or form the base for|
(verb) lie underneath
|45||illuminant||(noun) something that can serve as a source of light|
|46||supernumerary||(noun) a minor actor in crowd scenes|
(adjective satellite) more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare
|47||primeval||(adjective satellite) having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state; "aboriginal forests"; "primal eras before the appearance of life on earth"; "the forest primeval"; "primordial matter"; "primordial forms of life"|
|48||nettle||(noun) any of numerous plants having stinging hairs that cause skin irritation on contact (especially of the genus Urtica or family Urticaceae)|
(verb) cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
(verb) sting with or as with nettles and cause a stinging pain or sensation
|49||clandestine||(adjective satellite) conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods; "clandestine intelligence operations"; "cloak-and-dagger activities behind enemy lines"; "hole-and-corner intrigue"; "secret missions"; "a secret agent"; "secret sales of arms"; "surreptitious mobilizati|
|50||mistrust||(noun) the trait of not trusting others|
(noun) doubt about someone's honesty
(verb) regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
|51||whereabouts||(noun) the general location where something is; "I questioned him about his whereabouts on the night of the crime"|
(adverb) about where or near what place; "I don't know whereabouts the border will be drawn"; "whereabout do you live?"
|52||irreversible||(adjective) impossible to reverse or be reversed; "irreversible momentum toward revolution"|
(adjective satellite) impossible to reverse or undo; "an irreversible decree"
|53||auditory||(adjective) of or relating to the process of hearing; "auditory processing"; "an audile person"|
|54||imitator||(noun) someone who copies the words or behavior of another|
(noun) someone who (fraudulently) assumes the appearance of another
|55||alchemy||(noun) a pseudoscientific forerunner of chemistry in medieval times|
(noun) the way two individuals relate to each other; "their chemistry was wrong from the beginning -- they hated each other"; "a mysterious alchemy brought them together"