|1||repugnance||(noun) intense aversion|
(noun) the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time
|2||extrude||(verb) form or shape by forcing through an opening; "extrude steel"|
|3||integrity||(noun) moral soundness|
(noun) an unreduced or unbroken completeness or totality
|4||physics||(noun) the science of matter and energy and their interactions|
|5||replenish||(verb) fill something that had previously been emptied; "refill my glass, please"|
|6||soothsayer||(noun) someone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)|
|7||fungus||(noun) a parasitic plant lacking chlorophyll and leaves and true stems and roots and reproducing by spores|
|8||Madonna||(noun) United States pop singer and sex symbol during the 1980s (born in 1958)|
(noun) the mother of Jesus; Christians refer to her as the Virgin Mary; she is especially honored by Roman Catholics
|9||triplicity||(noun) the property of being triple|
(noun) (astrology) one of four groups of the zodiac where each group consists of three signs separated from each other by 120 degrees
|10||misty||(adjective satellite) filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning"|
(adjective satellite) wet with mist; "the misty evening"
|11||subaquatic||(adjective satellite) partially aquatic; living or growing partly on land and partly in water; "a marginal subaquatic flora"|
(adjective satellite) growing or remaining under water; "viewing subaqueous fauna from a glass-bottomed boat"; "submerged leaves"
|12||degenerate||(noun) a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior|
(verb) grow worse; "Her condition deteriorated"; "Conditions in the slums degenerated"; "The discussion devolved into a shouting match"
(adjective satellite) unrestrained by convention or morality; "Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"; "deplorably dissipated and degraded"; "riotous living"; "fast women"
|13||clumsy||(adjective satellite) not elegant or graceful in expression; "an awkward prose style"; "a clumsy apology"; "his cumbersome writing style"; "if the rumor is true, can anything be more inept than to repeat it now?"|
(adjective satellite) lacking grace in movement or posture; "a gawky lad with long ungainly legs"; "clumsy fingers"; "what an ungainly creature a giraffe is"; "heaved his unwieldy figure out of his chair"
(adjective satellite) showing lack of skill or aptitude; "a bungling workman"; "did a clumsy job"; "his fumbling attempt to put up a shelf"
(adjective satellite) difficult to handle or manage especially because of shape; "an awkward bundle to carry"; "a load of bunglesome paraphernalia"; "clumsy wooden shoes"; "the cello, a rather ungainly instrument for a girl"
|14||exhaustible||(adjective) capable of being used up|
(adjective satellite) capable of being used up; capable of being exhausted; "our exhaustible reserves of fossil fuel"
|15||intermit||(verb) cease an action temporarily; "We pause for station identification"; "let's break for lunch"|
|16||naval||(adjective) connected with or belonging to or used in a navy; "naval history"; "naval commander"; "naval vessels"|
|17||complacent||(adjective satellite) contented to a fault; "he had become complacent after years of success"; "his self-satisfied dignity"|
|18||domicile||(noun) housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"|
(noun) (law) the residence where where you have your permanent home or principal establishment and to where, whenever you are absent, you intend to return; every person is compelled to have one and and only one domicile at a time; "what's his legal residence?"
(verb) make one's home or live in; "She resides officially in Iceland"; "I live in a 200-year old house"; "These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted"; "The plains are sparsely populated"
|19||theology||(noun) the learned profession acquired by specialized courses in religion (usually taught at a college or seminary); "he studied theology at Oxford"|
(noun) the rational and systematic study of religion and its influences and of the nature of religious truth
(noun) a particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings; "Jewish theology"; "Roman Catholic theology"
|20||quarter||(noun) piece of leather that comprises the part of a shoe or boot covering the heel and joining the vamp|
(noun) the rear part of a ship
(noun) a district of a city having some distinguishing character; "the Latin Quarter"
(noun) an unspecified person; "he dropped a word in the right quarter"
(noun) a United States coin worth one fourth of a dollar; "he fed four quarters into the slot machine"
(noun) a quarter of a hundredweight (28 pounds)
(noun) a quarter of a hundredweight (25 pounds)
(noun) one of four equal parts; "a quarter of a pound"
(noun) one of the four major division of the compass; "the wind is coming from that quarter"
(noun) a fourth part of a year; three months; "unemployment fell during the last quarter"
(noun) one of four periods into which the school year is divided; "the fall quarter ends at Christmas"
(noun) a unit of time equal to 15 minutes or a quarter of an hour; "it's a quarter til 4"; "a quarter after 4 o'clock"
(noun) one of four periods of play into which some games are divided; "both teams scored in the first quarter"
(verb) divide by four; divide into quarters
(verb) divide into quarters; "quarter an apple"
(verb) pull (a person) apart with four horses tied to his extremities, so as to execute him; "in the old days, people were drawn and quartered for certain crimes"
(verb) provide housing for (military personnel)
|21||rampant||(adjective satellite) unrestrained and violent; "rampant aggression"|
|22||dogma||(noun) a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative; "he believed all the Marxist dogma"|
(noun) a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
|23||recidivist||(noun) someone who lapses into previous undesirable patterns of behavior|
(noun) someone who is repeatedly arrested for criminal behavior (especially for the same criminal behavior)
|24||subordinate||(noun) a word that is more specific than a given word|
(noun) an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
(verb) make subordinate, dependent, or subservient; "Our wishes have to be subordinated to that of our ruler"
(verb) rank or order as less important or consider of less value; "Art is sometimes subordinated to Science in these schools"
(adjective) of a clause; unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; "a subordinate (or dependent) clause functions as a noun or adjective or adverb within a sentence"
(adjective) lower in rank or importance
(adjective satellite) inferior in rank or status; "the junior faculty"; "a lowly corporal"; "petty officialdom"; "a subordinate functionary"
(adjective) subject or submissive to authority or the control of another; "a subordinate kingdom"
|25||meretricious||(adjective satellite) based on pretense; deceptively pleasing; "the gilded and perfumed but inwardly rotten nobility"; "meretricious praise"; "a meretricious argument"|
(adjective satellite) tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"
(adjective) like or relating to a prostitute; "meretricious relationships"
|26||negotiable||(adjective satellite) legally transferable to the ownership of another; "negotiable bonds"|
(adjective satellite) able to be negotiated or arranged by compromise; "negotiable demands"; "the proposal is still on the table"
(adjective satellite) capable of being passed or negotiated; "a negotiable road"
|27||unlimited||(adjective satellite) that cannot be entirely consumed or used up; "an inexhaustible supply of coal"|
(adjective) having no limits in range or scope; "to start with a theory of unlimited freedom is to end up with unlimited despotism"- Philip Rahv; "the limitless reaches of outer space"
(adjective satellite) without reservation or exception
|28||preservation||(noun) the activity of protecting something from loss or danger|
(noun) an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change
(noun) a process that saves organic substances from decay
(noun) the condition of being (well or ill) preserved
|29||dutiable||(adjective satellite) subject to import tax; "dutiable imports"|
|30||pertinacity||(noun) persistent determination|
|31||vindicatory||(adjective satellite) providing justification|
(adjective satellite) given or inflicted in requital according to merits or deserts; "retributive justice"
(adjective satellite) of or relating to or having the nature of retribution; "retributive justice demands an eye for an eye"
|32||oversee||(verb) watch and direct; "Who is overseeing this project?"|
|33||preexist||(verb) exist beforehand or prior to a certain point in time; "Did this condition pre-exist?"|
|34||explicate||(verb) elaborate, as of theories and hypotheses; "Could you develop the ideas in your thesis"|
(verb) make palin and comprehensible; "He explained the laws of physics to his students"
|35||immoral||(adjective satellite) marked by immorality; deviating from what is considered right or proper or good; "depraved criminals"; "a perverted sense of loyalty"; "the reprobate conduct of a gambling aristocrat"|
(adjective satellite) characterized by wickedness or immorality; "led a very bad life"
(adjective) violating principles of right and wrong
(adjective satellite) morally unprincipled; "immoral behavior"
(adjective satellite) not adhering to ethical or moral principles; "base and unpatriotic motives"; "a base, degrading way of life"; "cheating is dishonorable"; "they considered colonialism immoral"; "unethical practices in handling public funds"
|36||trait||(noun) a distinguishing feature of your personal nature|
|37||elapse||(verb) pass by; "three years elapsed"|
|38||bridle||(noun) the act of restraining power or action or limiting excess; "his common sense is a bridle to his quick temper"|
(noun) headgear for a horse; includes a headstall and bit and reins to give the rider or driver control
(verb) respond to the reins, as of horses
(verb) put a bridle on; "bridle horses"
|39||antagonism||(noun) (biochemistry) interference in or inhibition of the physiological action of a chemical substance by another having a similar structure|
(noun) an actively expressed feeling of dislike and hostility
(noun) the relation between opposing principles or forces or factors; "the inherent antagonism of capitalism and socialism"
(noun) a state of deep-seated ill-will
|40||hypnosis||(noun) a state that resembles sleep but that is induced by suggestion|
|41||likelihood||(noun) the probability of a specified outcome|
|42||intricacy||(noun) marked by elaborately complex detail|
|43||centimeter||(noun) a metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter|
|44||neglectful||(adjective satellite) failing in what duty requires; "derelict (or delinquent) in his duty"; "neglectful of his duties"; "remiss of you not to pay your bills"|
(adjective satellite) not showing due care or attention; "inattentive students"; "an inattentive babysitter"; "neglectful parents"
(adjective satellite) leaving vulnerable; "neglectful of her own financial security"
|45||aural||(adjective) relating to or characterized by an aura; "various aural effects that precede a migraine headache"|
(adjective) of or pertaining to hearing or the ear; "an animal with a very sensitive aural apparatus"
|46||hydrometer||(noun) a measuring instrument for determining the specific gravity of a liquid or solid|
|47||absence||(noun) failure to be present|
(noun) the state of being absent; "he was surprised by the absence of any explanation"
(noun) epilepsy characterized by paroxysmal attacks of brief clouding of consciousness (a possible other abnormalities)
(noun) the time interval during which something or somebody is away; "he visited during my absence"
|48||importunate||(adjective satellite) expressing earnest entreaty; "the appealing and frightened look worn by an injured dog"; "she holds out her hand for money, importunate, insistent"; "a pleading note in her voice"|
|49||perhaps||(adverb) by chance; "perhaps she will call tomorrow"; "we may possibly run into them at the concert"; "it may peradventure be thought that there never was such a time"|
|50||distinction||(noun) a distinguishing difference; "he learned the distinction between gold and lead"|
(noun) a distinguishing quality; "it has the distinction of being the cheapest restaurant in town"
(noun) a discrimination between things as different and distinct; "it is necessary to make a distinction between love and infatuation"
(noun) high status importance owing to marked superiority; "a scholar of great eminence"
|51||unaffected||(adjective) undergoing no change when acted upon; "entirely unaffected by each other's writings"; "fibers remained apparently unaffected by the treatment"|
(adjective) free of artificiality; sincere and genuine; "an unaffected grace"
|52||dissonance||(noun) disagreeable sounds|
(noun) the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience; "modern music is just noise to me"
(noun) a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters
|53||egress||(noun) the act of coming (or going) out; becoming apparent|
(noun) the becoming visible; "not a day's difference between the emergence of the andrenas and the opening of the willow catkins"
(noun) (astronomy) the reappearance of a celestial body after an eclipse
(verb) come out of; "Water issued from the hole in the wall"; "The words seemed to come out by themselves"
|54||noisome||(adjective satellite) offensively malodorous; "a putrid smell"|
(adjective satellite) causing or able to cause nausea; "a nauseating smell"; "nauseous offal"; "a sickening stench"
|55||tolerable||(adjective satellite) neither good nor bad; "an indifferent performance"; "a gifted painter but an indifferent actor"; "her work at the office is passable"; "a so-so golfer"; "feeling only so-so"; "prepared a tolerable dinner"; "a tolerable working knowledge of French"|
(adjective) able to be tolerated or endured; "the climate is at least tolerable"