|1||out-of-the-way||(adjective satellite) out of the ordinary; "out-of-the-way information"|
(adjective satellite) improper or even offensive; "out-of-the-way remarks"; "did you notice anything out-of-the-way?"
|2||incomplete||(adjective) not complete or total; not completed; "an incomplete account of his life"; "political consequences of incomplete military success"; "an incomplete forward pass"|
(adjective) lacking one or more of the four whorls of the complete flower--sepals or petals or stamens or pistils; "an incomplete flower"
(adjective satellite) not yet finished; "his thesis is still incomplete"; "an uncompleted play"
|3||aeronaut||(noun) someone who operates an aircraft|
|4||sacrilege||(noun) blasphemous behavior; the act of depriving something of its sacred character; "desecration of the Holy Sabbath"|
|5||sentience||(noun) the readiness to perceive sensations; elementary or undifferentiated consciousness; "gave sentience to slugs and newts"- Richard Eberhart|
(noun) the faculty through which the external world is apprehended; "in the dark he had to depend on touch and on his senses of smell and hearing"
(noun) state of elementary or undifferentiated consciousness; "the crash intruded on his awareness"
|6||subtrahend||(noun) the number to be subtracted from the minuend|
|7||hybrid||(noun) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock; especially offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties or breeds or species; "a mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey"|
(noun) a composite of mixed origin; "the vice-presidency is a hybrid of administrative and legislative offices"
(noun) a word that is composed of parts from different languages (e.g., `monolingual' has a Greek prefix and a Latin root)
(adjective satellite) produced by crossbreeding
|8||pervasion||(noun) the process of permeating or infusing something with a substance|
|9||stationary||(adjective satellite) not capable of being moved; "stationary machinery"|
(adjective satellite) standing still; "the car remained stationary with the engine running"
|10||contingency||(noun) a possible event or occurrence or result|
(noun) the state of being contingent on something
|11||glacier||(noun) a slowly moving mass of ice|
|12||confer||(verb) have a conference in order to talk something over; "We conferred about a plan of action"|
(verb) present; "The university conferred a degree on its most famous former student, who never graduated"; "bestow an honor on someone"
(adverb) compare (used in texts to point the reader to another location in the text)
|13||proficiency||(noun) the quality of having great facility and competence|
(noun) skillfulness in the command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; "practice greatly improves proficiency"
|14||irruption||(noun) a sudden violent entrance; a bursting in; "the recent irruption of bad manners"|
(noun) a sudden violent spontaneous occurrence (usually of some undesirable condition); "the outbreak of hostilities"
(noun) a sudden sharp increase in the relative numbers of a population
|15||probe||(noun) an investigation conducted using a probe instrument|
(noun) an exploratory action or expedition
(noun) a flexible slender surgical instrument used to explore wounds or body cavities
(noun) an inquiry into unfamiliar or questionable activities; "there was a congressional probe into the scandal"
(verb) question or examine thoroughly and closely
(verb) examine physically with or as if with a probe; "probe an anthill"
|16||stratagem||(noun) a maneuver in a game or conversation|
(noun) an elaborate or deceitful scheme contrived to deceive or evade; "his testimony was just a contrivance to throw us off the track"
|17||outride||(verb) ride better, faster, or further than; "The champion bicyclist outrode all his competitors"|
(verb) a trial of endurance; "ride out the storm"
|18||iridescence||(noun) the visual property of something having a milky brightness|
|19||pioneer||(noun) one the first colonists or settler in a new territory; "they went west as pioneers with only the possessions they could carry with them"|
(noun) someone who helps to open up a new line of research or technology or art
(verb) open up and explore a new area; "pioneer space"
(verb) take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of; "This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants"
(verb) open up an area or prepare a way; "She pioneered a graduate program for women students"
|20||proscription||(noun) rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone|
(noun) a decree that prohibits something
|21||aspire||(verb) have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal|
|22||impulsion||(noun) the act of applying force suddenly; "the impulse knocked him over"|
(noun) a force that moves something along
|23||latent||(adjective satellite) not presently active; "latent infection"; "latent diabetes"|
(adjective satellite) potentially existing but not presently evident or realized; "a latent fingerprint"; "latent talent"
|24||octavo||(noun) the size of a book whose pages are made by folding a sheet of paper three times to form eight leaves|
|25||implausible||(adjective satellite) highly imaginative but unlikely; "a farfetched excuse"; "an implausible explanation"|
(adjective) having a quality that provokes disbelief; "gave the teacher an implausible excuse"
|26||infamy||(noun) evil fame or public reputation|
(noun) a state of extreme dishonor; "a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt; "the name was a by-word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city"
|27||obviate||(verb) prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening; "Let's avoid a confrontation"; "head off a confrontation"; "avert a strike"|
(verb) do away with
|28||bungle||(noun) an embarrassing mistake|
(verb) spoil by behaving clumsily or foolishly; "I bungled it!"
(verb) make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
|29||rue||(noun) (French) a street or road in France|
(noun) sadness associated with some wrong done or some disappointment; "he drank to drown his sorrows"; "he wrote a note expressing his regret"; "to his rue, the error cost him the game"
(noun) leaves sometimes used for flavoring fruit or claret cup but should be used with great caution: can cause irritation like poison ivy
(noun) European strong-scented perennial herb with gray-green bitter-tasting leaves; an irritant similar to poison ivy
(verb) feel remorse for; feel sorry for; be contrite about
|30||subjugate||(verb) put down by force or intimidation; "The government quashes any attempt of an uprising"; "China keeps down her dissidents very efficiently"; "The rich landowners subjugated the peasants working the land"|
(verb) make subservient; force to submit or subdue
|31||inhume||(verb) place in a grave or tomb; "Stalin was buried behind the Kremlin wall on Red Square"; "The pharaos were entombed in the pyramids"; "My grandfather was laid to rest last Sunday"|
|32||counterbalance||(noun) an equivalent counterbalancing weight|
(noun) a compensating equivalent
(noun) equality of distribution
(verb) oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions; "This will counteract the foolish actions of my colleagues"
(verb) oppose with equal weight or force
(verb) adjust or make up for; "engineers will work to correct the effects or air resistance"
|33||stimulus||(noun) any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action|
|34||officiate||(verb) perform duties attached to a particular office or place or function; "His wife officiated as his private secretary"|
(verb) act in an official capacity in a ceremony or religious ritual, such as a wedding; "Who officiated at your wedding?"
|35||armada||(noun) a large fleet|
|36||absorb||(verb) cause to become one with; "The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax"|
(verb) engage or engross wholly; "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely"
(verb) engross (oneself) fully; "He immersed himself into his studies"
(verb) take up mentally; "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
(verb) assimilate or take in; "The immigrants were quickly absorbed into society"
(verb) take in, also metaphorically; "The sponge absorbs water well"; "She drew strength from the minister's words"
(verb) become imbued; "The liquids, light, and gases absorb"
(verb) take up, as of debts or payments; "absorb the costs for something"
(verb) suck or take up or in; "A black star absorbs all matter"
|37||browbeat||(verb) discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate|
(verb) be bossy towards; "Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"
|38||constable||(noun) a lawman with less authority and jurisdiction than a sheriff|
(noun) a police officer of the lowest rank
(noun) English landscape painter (1776-1837)
|39||pedestrian||(noun) a person who travels by foot|
(adjective satellite) lacking wit or imagination; "a pedestrian movie plot"
|40||dispensation||(noun) the act of dispensing (giving out in portions)|
(noun) an exemption from some rule or obligation
(noun) a share that has been dispensed or distributed
|41||disavowal||(noun) denial of any connection with or knowledge of|
|42||cede||(verb) relinquish possession or control over; "The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in"|
(verb) give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
|43||carouse||(noun) revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party|
(verb) engage in boisterous, drunken merry-making; "They were out carousing last night"
|44||inaudible||(adjective) impossible to hear; imperceptible by the ear; "an inaudible conversation"|
|45||stagnant||(adjective satellite) not growing or changing; without force or vitality|
(adjective satellite) not circulating or flowing; "dead air"; "dead water"; "stagnant water"
|46||reminiscence||(noun) the process of remembering (especially the process of recovering information by mental effort); "he has total recall of the episode"|
(noun) a mental impression retained and recalled from the past
|47||contemplate||(verb) reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"|
(verb) consider as a possibility; "I contemplated leaving school and taking a full-time job"
(verb) think intently and at length, as for spiritual purposes; "He is meditating in his study"
(verb) look at thoughtfully; observe deep in thought; "contemplate one's navel"
|48||aggravate||(verb) make worse; "This drug aggravates the pain"|
(verb) exasperate or irritate
|49||furtherance||(noun) the advancement of some enterprise; "his experience in marketing resulted in the forwarding of his career"|
(noun) encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something
|50||undersized||(adjective satellite) smaller than normal for its kind|