|1||evanesce||(verb) disappear gradually; "The pain eventually passed off"|
|2||lovable||(adjective) having characteristics that attract love or affection; "a mischievous but lovable child"|
|3||pentad||(noun) the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one|
|4||prima||(noun) used primarily as eating apples|
|5||chastise||(verb) censure severely; "She chastised him for his insensitive remarks"|
|6||sterling||(noun) British money; especially the pound sterling as the basic monetary unit of the UK|
|7||coronet||(noun) margin between the skin of the pastern and the horn of the hoof|
(noun) a small crown; usually indicates a high rank but below that of sovereign
|8||askance||(adjective satellite) (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy; "her eyes with their misted askance look"- Elizabeth Bowen; "sidelong glances"|
(adverb) with a side or oblique glance; "did not quite turn all the way back but looked askance at me with her dark eyes"
(adverb) with suspicion or disapproval; "he looked askance at the offer"
|9||stigma||(noun) a skin lesion that is a diagnostic sign of some disease|
(noun) an external tracheal aperture in a terrestrial arthropod
(noun) a symbol of disgrace or infamy; "And the Lord set a mark upon Cain"--Genesis
(noun) the apical end of the style where deposited pollen enters the pistil
|10||sophistry||(noun) a deliberately invalid argument displaying ingenuity in reasoning in the hope of deceiving someone|
|11||cardiac||(adjective) of or relating to the heart; "cardiac arrest"|
|12||provocation||(noun) unfriendly behavior that causes anger or resentment|
(noun) needed encouragement; "the result was a provocation of vigorous investigation"
(noun) something that incites or provokes; a means of arousing or stirring to action
|13||necrosis||(noun) the localized death of living cells (as from infection or the interruption of blood supply)|
|14||remuneration||(noun) the act of paying for goods or services or to recompense for losses; "adequate remuneration for his work"|
(noun) something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
|15||granule||(noun) a tiny grain|
|16||chivalry||(noun) courtesy towards women|
(noun) the medieval principles of knighthood
|17||pectoral||(noun) an adornment worn on the chest or breast|
(noun) either of two large muscles of the chest
(adjective) of or relating to the chest or thorax; "pectoral organ"
|18||avalanche||(noun) a sudden appearance of an overwhelming number of things; "the program brought an avalanche of mail"|
(noun) a slide of large masses of snow and ice and mud down a mountain
(verb) of snow masses in the mountains
|19||seduce||(verb) lure or entice away from duty, principles, or proper conduct; "She was seduced by the temptation of easy money and started to work in a massage parlor"|
(verb) induce to have sex; "Harry finally seduced Sally"; "Did you score last night?"; "Harry made Sally"
|20||surreptitious||(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|
(adjective satellite) marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed; "a furtive manner"; "a lurking prowler"; "a sneak attack"; "stealthy footsteps"; "a surreptitious glance at his watch"; "someone skulking in the shadows"
|21||stagy||(adjective satellite) having characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality; "stagy heroics"|
|22||abomination||(noun) an action that is vicious or vile; an action that arouses disgust or abhorence; "his treatment of the children is an abomination"|
(noun) hate coupled with disgust
(noun) a person who is loathsome or disgusting
|23||discontinuance||(noun) the act of discontinuing or breaking off; an interruption (temporary or permanent)|
|24||proficient||(adjective satellite) having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude; "adept in handicrafts"; "an adept juggler"; "an expert job"; "a good mechanic"; "a practiced marksman"; "a proficient engineer"; "a lesser-known but no less skillful composer"; "the effect was achieved b|
|25||aura||(noun) a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing; "an air of mystery"; "the house had a neglected air"; "an atmosphere of defeat pervaded the candidate's headquarters"; "the place had an aura of romance"|
(noun) an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint
(noun) a sensation (as of a cold breeze or bright light) that precedes the onset of certain disorders such as a migraine attack or epileptic seizure
|26||sisterhood||(noun) a religious society of sisters (especially an order of nuns)|
(noun) the kinship relation between a female offspring and the siblings
|27||minutia||(noun) a small or minor detail; "he had memorized the many minutiae of the legal code"|
|28||usage||(noun) accepted or habitual practice|
(noun) the act of using; "he warned against the use of narcotic drugs"; "skilled in the utilization of computers"
|29||peripatetic||(noun) a follower of Aristotle or an adherent of Aristotelianism|
(noun) a person who walks from place to place
(adjective satellite) traveling especially on foot; "peripatetic country preachers"; "a poor wayfaring stranger"
|30||prate||(noun) idle or foolish and irrelevant talk|
(verb) speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
|31||tentative||(adjective satellite) under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon; "probationary employees"; "a provisional government"; "just a tentative schedule"|
(adjective satellite) unsettled in mind or opinion; "drew a few tentative conclusions"
|32||intellectual||(noun) a person who uses the mind creatively|
(adjective) appealing to or using the intellect; "satire is an intellectual weapon"; "intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"; "has tremendous intellectual sympathy for oppressed people"; "coldly intellectual"; "sort of the
(adjective satellite) of or associated with or requiring the use of the mind; "intellectual problems"; "the triumph of the rational over the animal side of man"
(adjective) involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct; "a cerebral approach to the problem"; "cerebral drama"
(adjective) of or relating to the intellect; "his intellectual career"
|33||monocracy||(noun) a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc.)|
|34||sublingual||(adjective) beneath the tongue|
|35||monition||(noun) a summons issued after the filing of a libel or claim directing all parties concerned to show cause why the judgment asked for should not be granted|
(noun) cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger)
(noun) a firm rebuke
|36||perspire||(verb) excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; "Exercise makes one sweat"|
|37||determinate||(adjective satellite) supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement; "a definitive verdict"; "a determinate answer to the problem"|
(adjective) precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause; "a determinate distance"; "a determinate number"; "determinate variations in animals"
(adjective) not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex; "determinate growth"
|38||allotment||(noun) the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"|
(noun) a share set aside for a specific purpose
|39||ready||(noun) poised for action; "their guns were at the ready"|
(verb) make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc; "Get the children ready for school!"; "prepare for war"; "I was fixing to leave town after I paid the hotel bill"
(verb) prepare for eating by applying heat; "Cook me dinner, please"; "can you make me an omelette?"; "fix breakfast for the guests, please"
(adjective satellite) apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity; "a quick mind"; "a ready wit"
(adjective satellite) brought into readiness; "dinner is ready"
(adjective) completely prepared or in condition for immediate action or use or progress; "get ready"; "she is ready to resign"; "the bridge is ready to collapse"; "I am ready to work"; "ready for action"; "ready for use"; "the soup will be ready in a minute"; "ready
(adjective satellite) mentally disposed; "he was ready to believe her"
|40||reckless||(adjective satellite) marked by unthinking boldness; with defiant disregard for danger or consequences; "foolhardy enough to try to seize the gun from the hijacker"; "became the fiercest and most reckless of partisans"-Macaulay; "a reckless driver"; "a rash attempt to climb th|
(adjective satellite) characterized by careless unconcerned; "the heedless generosity and the spasmodic extravagance of persons used to large fortunes"- Edith Wharton; "reckless squandering of public funds"
|41||nominal||(adjective satellite) being such in name only; "the nominal (or titular) head of his party"|
(adjective satellite) named; bearing the name of a specific person; "nominative shares of stock"
(adjective satellite) insignificantly small; a matter of form only (`tokenish' is informal); "the fee was nominal"; "a token gesture of resistance"; "a tokenish gesture"
(adjective) being value in terms of specification on currency or stock certificates rather than purchasing power; "nominal or face value"
(adjective) pertaining to a noun or to a word group that functions as a noun; "nominal phrase"; "noun phrase"
(adjective) relating to or constituting or bearing or giving a name; "the Russian system of nominal brevity"; "a nominal lists of priests"; "taxable males as revealed by the nominal rolls"
|42||philander||(verb) talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions; "The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"; "My husband never flirts with other women"|
(verb) have amorous affairs; of men; "He has been womanizing for years"
|43||efflorescence||(noun) a powdery deposit on a surface|
(noun) the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms
(noun) any red eruption of the skin
(noun) the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
|44||violation||(noun) entry to another's property without right or permission|
(noun) a disrespectful act
(noun) a crime less serious than a felony
(noun) an act that disregards an agreement or a right; "he claimed a violation of his rights under the Fifth Amendment"
(noun) the crime of forcing a woman to submit to sexual intercourse against her will
|45||resent||(verb) feel bitter or indignant about; "She resents being paid less than her co-workers"|
(verb) wish ill or allow unwillingly
|46||default||(noun) loss due to not showing up; "he lost the game by default"|
(noun) an option that is selected automatically unless an alternative is specified
(noun) loss resulting from failure of a debt to be paid
(noun) act of failing to meet a financial obligation
(verb) fail to pay up
|47||nuance||(noun) a subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude; "without understanding the finer nuances you can't enjoy the humor"; "don't argue about shades of meaning"|
|48||testator||(noun) a person who makes a will|
|49||myriad||(noun) the cardinal number that is the product of ten and one thousand|
(noun) a large indefinite number; "he faced a myriad of details"
|50||impromptu||(noun) an extemporaneous speech or remark; "a witty impromptu must not sound premeditated"|
(noun) a short musical passage that seems to have been made spontaneously without advance preparation
(adjective satellite) with little or no preparation or forethought; "his ad-lib comments showed poor judgment"; "an extemporaneous piano recital"; "an extemporary lecture"; "an extempore skit"; "an impromptu speech"; "offhand excuses"; "trying to sound offhanded and reassuring
(adverb) without advance preparation; "he spoke ad lib"
|51||precession||(noun) the act of preceding in time or order or rank (as in a ceremony)|
(noun) the motion of a spinning body (as a top) in which it wobbles so that the axis of rotation sweeps out a cone
|52||simulate||(verb) make a pretence of; "She assumed indifference, even though she was seething with anger"; "he feigned sleep"|
(verb) create a representation or model of; "The pilots are trained in conditions simulating high-altitude flights"
(verb) reproduce someone's behavior or looks; "The mime imitated the passers-by"; "Children often copy their parents or older siblings"
|53||guy||(noun) a rope or cable that is used to brace something (especially a tent)|
(noun) an effigy of Guy Fawkes that is burned on a bonfire on Guy Fawkes Day
(noun) an informal term for a youth or man; "a nice guy"; "the guy's only doing it for some doll"
(verb) steady or support with with a guy wire or cable; "The Italians guyed the Tower of Pisa to prevent it from collapsing"
(verb) subject to laughter or ridicule; "The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house"; "The students poked fun at the inexperienced teacher"; "His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday"
|54||parallel||(noun) something having the property of being analogous to something else|
(noun) an imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator
(verb) make or place parallel to something; "They paralleled the ditch to the highway"
(verb) be parallel to; "Their roles are paralleled by ours"
(verb) duplicate or match; "The polished surface twinned his face and chest in reverse"
(adjective) being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting; "parallel lines never converge"; "concentric circles are parallel"; "dancers in two parallel rows"
(adjective satellite) of or relating to the simultaneous performance of multiple operations; "parallel processing"