|1||exotic||(adjective satellite) strikingly strange or unusual; "an exotic hair style"; "protons, neutrons, electrons and all their exotic variants"; "the exotic landscape of a dead planet"|
(adjective satellite) being or from or characteristic of another place or part of the world; "alien customs"; "exotic plants in a greenhouse"; "exotic cuisine"
|2||tranquility||(noun) a disposition free from stress or emotion|
(noun) a state of peace and quiet
|3||quackery||(noun) medical practice and advice based on observation and experience in ignorance of scientific findings|
(noun) the dishonesty of a charlatan
|4||distensible||(adjective satellite) capable of being distended; able to stretch and expand; "the stomach is a distensible organ"|
|5||interlocutor||(noun) a person who takes part in a conversation|
(noun) the performer in the middle of a minstrel line who engages the others in talk
|6||incite||(verb) provoke or stir up; "incite a riot"; "set off great unrest among the people"|
(verb) urge on; cause to act; "They other children egged the boy on, but he did not want to throw the stone through the window"
(verb) give an incentive for action; "This moved me to sacrifice my career"
|7||anagram||(noun) a word or phrase spelled by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase|
(verb) read letters out of order to discover a hidden meaning
|8||medieval||(adjective satellite) as if belonging to the Middle Ages; old-fashioned and unenlightened; "a medieval attitude toward dating"|
(adjective satellite) characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages; "chivalric rites"; "the knightly years"
(adjective) relating to or belonging to the Middle Ages; "Medieval scholars"; "Medieval times"
|9||convulsion||(noun) a physical disturbance such as an earthquake or upheaval|
(noun) a violent disturbance; "the convulsions of the stock market"
(noun) violent uncontrollable contractions of muscles
(noun) a sudden uncontrollable attack; "a paroxysm of giggling"; "a fit of coughing"; "convulsions of laughter"
|10||augment||(verb) enlarge or increase; "The recent speech of the PLO chairman augmented tensions in the Near East"|
(verb) grow or intensify; "The pressure augmented"
|11||off||(adjective) not in operation or operational; "the oven is off"; "the lights are off"|
(adjective) (of events) no longer planned or scheduled; "the wedding is definitely off"
(adjective satellite) below a satisfactory level; "an off year for tennis"; "his performance was off"
(adjective satellite) in an unpalatable state; "sour milk"
(adverb) no longer on or in contact or attached; "clean off the dirt"; "he shaved off his mustache"
(adverb) from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete); "ran away from the lion"; "wanted to get away from there"; "sent the children away to boarding school"; "the teacher waved the children away from the dead animal"; "went off to school";
(adverb) at a distance in space or time; "the boat was 5 miles off (or away)"; "the party is still 2 weeks off (or away)"; "away back in the 18th century"
|12||frankincense||(noun) an aromatic gum resin obtained from various Arabian or East African trees; formerly valued for worship and for embalming and fumigation|
|13||excess||(noun) excessive indulgence; "the child was spoiled by overindulgence"|
(noun) immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits
(noun) a quantity much larger than is needed
(noun) the state of being more than full
(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
|14||judicature||(noun) the position of judge|
(noun) the administration of law; the act of determining rights and assigning rewards or punishments; "justice deferred is justice denied"
(noun) the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government
(noun) an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
|15||solace||(noun) the act of consoling; giving relief in affliction; "his presence was a consolation to her"|
(noun) the comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment; "second place was no consolation to him"
(noun) comfort in disappointment or misery
(verb) give moral or emotional strength to
|16||realism||(noun) the attribute of accepting the facts of life and favoring practicality and literal truth|
(noun) (philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that abstract concepts exist independent of their names
(noun) (philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that physical object continue to exist when not perceived
(noun) an artistic movement in 19th century France; artists and writers strove for detailed realistic and factual description
(noun) the state of being actual or real; "the reality of his situation slowly dawned on him"
|17||mellifluous||(adjective satellite) pleasing to the ear; "the dulcet tones of the cello"|
|18||polygamy||(noun) having more than one spouse at a time|
|19||miniature||(noun) copy that reproduces something in greatly reduced size|
(noun) painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts)
(adjective satellite) being on a very small scale; "a miniature camera"
|20||amorous||(adjective satellite) inclined toward or displaying love; "feeling amorous"|
(adjective satellite) expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance; "her amatory affairs"; "amorous glances"; "a romantic adventure"; "a romantic moonlight ride"
|21||pestilent||(adjective satellite) likely to spread and cause an epidemic disease; "a pestilential malignancy in the air"- Jonathan Swift; "plaguey fevers"|
(adjective satellite) exceedingly harmful
|22||borough||(noun) an English town that forms the constituency of a member of Parliament|
(noun) one of the administrative divisions of a large city
|23||intermediate||(noun) a substance formed during a chemical process before the desired product is obtained|
(verb) act between parties with a view to reconciling differences; "He interceded in the family dispute"; "He mediated a settlement"
(adjective) lying between two extremes in time or space or degree; "going from sitting to standing without intermediate pushes with the hands"; "intermediate stages in a process"; "intermediate stops on the route"; "an intermediate level"
(adjective satellite) around the middle of a scale of evaluation of physical measures; "an orange of average size"; "intermediate capacity"; "a plane with intermediate range"; "medium bombers"
|24||selective||(adjective satellite) tending to select; characterized by careful choice; "an exceptionally quick and selective reader"- John Mason Brown|
(adjective satellite) characterized by very careful or fastidious selection; "the school was very selective in its admissions"
|25||close-hauled||(adjective satellite) having the sails trimmed for sailing as close to the wind as possible|
|26||disinfect||(verb) destroy microorganisms or pathogens by cleansing; "disinfect a wound"|
|27||overreach||(verb) beat through cleverness and wit; "I beat the traffic"; "She outfoxed her competitors"|
(verb) fail by aiming too high or trying too hard
|28||icily||(adverb) in a cold and icy manner; "`Mr. Powell finds it easier to take it out of mothers, children and sick people than to take on this vast industry,' Mr Brown commented icily"|
|29||brooch||(noun) a decorative pin worn by women|
(verb) fasten with or as if with a brooch
|30||tribune||(noun) the apse of a Christian church that contains the bishop's throne|
|31||voluble||(adjective) marked by a ready flow of speech; "she is an extremely voluble young woman who engages in soliloquies not conversations"|
|32||untimely||(adjective satellite) uncommonly early or before the expected time; "illness led to his premature death"; "alcohol brought him to an untimely end"|
(adjective satellite) badly timed; "an ill-timed intervention"; "you think my intrusion unseasonable"; "an untimely remark"; "it was the wrong moment for a joke"
(adverb) too soon; in a premature manner; "I spoke prematurely"
|33||fabulous||(adjective satellite) barely credible; "the fabulous endurance of a marathon runner"|
(adjective satellite) extremely pleasing; "a fabulous vacation"
(adjective satellite) based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity; "mythical centaurs"; "the fabulous unicorn"
|34||bellicose||(adjective satellite) having or showing a ready disposition to fight; "bellicose young officers"; "a combative impulse"; "a contentious nature"|
|35||artless||(adjective) simple and natural; without cunning or deceit; "an artless manner"; "artless elegance"|
(adjective) characterized by an inability to mask your feelings; not devious; "an ingenuous admission of responsibility"
(adjective satellite) (of persons) lacking art or knowledge
(adjective satellite) showing lack of art; "an artless translation"
|36||bric-a-brac||(noun) miscellaneous curios|
|37||executor||(noun) a person appointed by a testator to carry out the terms of the will|
|38||poignancy||(noun) a quality that arouses emotions (especially pity or sorrow); "the film captured all the pathos of their situation"|
(noun) a state of deeply felt distress or sorrow; "a moment of extraordinary poignancy"
|39||pervert||(noun) a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior|
(verb) change the inherent purpose or function of something; "Don't abuse the system"; "The director of the factory misused the funds intended for the health care of his workers"
(verb) practice sophistry; change the meaning of or be vague about in order to mislead or deceive
(verb) corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality; "debauch the young people with wine and women"; "Socrates was accused of corrupting young men"; "Do school counselors subvert young children?"; "corrupt the morals"
|40||trimness||(noun) a state of arrangement or appearance; "in good trim"|
|41||emerge||(verb) come out into view, as from concealment; "Suddenly, the proprietor emerged from his office"|
(verb) become known or apparent; "Some nice results emerged from the study"
(verb) come out of; "Water issued from the hole in the wall"; "The words seemed to come out by themselves"
(verb) come up to the surface of or rise; "He felt new emotions emerge"
(verb) happen or occur as a result of something
|42||dissever||(verb) separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"|
|43||heinous||(adjective satellite) shockingly brutal or cruel; "murder is an atrocious crime"; "a grievous offense against morality"; "a grievous crime"; "no excess was too monstrous for them to commit"|
|44||optic||(noun) the organ of sight|
(adjective) relating to or using sight; "ocular inspection"; "an optical illusion"; "visual powers"; "visual navigation"
(adjective) of or relating to or resembling the eye; "ocular muscles"; "an ocular organ"; "ocular diseases"; "the optic (or optical) axis of the eye"; "an ocular spot is a pigmented organ or part believed to be sensitive to light"
|45||amorphous||(adjective satellite) without real or apparent crystalline form; "an amorphous mineral"; "amorphous structure"|
(adjective satellite) lacking the system or structure characteristic of living bodies
(adjective satellite) having no definite form or distinct shape; "amorphous clouds of insects"; "an aggregate of formless particles"; "a shapeless mass of protoplasm"
|46||venial||(adjective satellite) easily excused or forgiven; "a venial error"|
(adjective satellite) warranting only temporal punishment; "venial sin"
|47||tempt||(verb) induce into action by using one's charm; "She charmed him into giving her all his money"|
(verb) provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion; "He lured me into temptation"
(verb) try presumptuously; "St. Anthony was tempted in the desert"
(verb) dispose or incline or entice to; "We were tempted by the delicious-looking food"
(verb) give rise to a desire by being attractive or inviting; "the window displays tempted the shoppers"
(verb) try to seduce
|48||bight||(noun) the middle part of a slack rope (as distinguished from its ends)|
(noun) a broad bay formed by an indentation (a bight) in the shoreline; "the Bight of Benin"; "the Great Australian Bight"
(noun) a bend or curve (especially in a coastline)
(noun) a loop in a rope
(verb) fasten with a bight
|49||tenacious||(adjective satellite) sticking together; "two coherent sheets"; "tenacious burrs"|
(adjective satellite) (of memory) having greater than average range; "a long memory especially for insults"; "a tenacious memory"
(adjective satellite) stubbornly unyielding; "dogged persistence"; "dour determination"; "the most vocal and pertinacious of all the critics"; "a mind not gifted to discover truth but tenacious to hold it"- T.S.Eliot; "men tenacious of opinion"
|50||pedagogy||(noun) the activities of educating or instructing or teaching; activities that impart knowledge or skill; "he received no formal education"; "our instruction was carefully programmed"; "good teaching is seldom rewarded"|
(noun) the profession of a teacher; "he prepared for teaching while still in college"; "pedagogy is recognized as an important profession"
(noun) the principles and methods of instruction
|51||propeller||(noun) a mechanical device that rotates to push against air or water|
|52||productive||(adjective satellite) marked by great fruitfulness; "fertile farmland"; "a fat land"; "a productive vineyard"; "rich soil"|
(adjective) producing or capable of producing (especially abundantly); "productive farmland"; "his productive years"; "a productive collaboration"
(adjective) having the ability to produce or originate; "generative power"; "generative forces"
(adjective satellite) yielding positive results