|1||warlike||(adjective satellite) suggesting war or military life|
(adjective satellite) inclined to make war
|2||overpass||(noun) bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels; "an overpass is called a flyover or a flypast in England"|
|3||masquerade||(noun) making a false outward show; "a beggar's masquerade of wealth"|
(noun) a costume worn as a disguise at a masquerade party
(noun) a party of guests wearing costumes and masks
(verb) pretend to be someone or something that you are not; "he is masquerading as the expert on the Internet"; "This silly novel is masquerading as a serious historical treaty"
(verb) take part in a masquerade
|4||solstice||(noun) either of the two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the celestial equator|
|5||discrepant||(adjective satellite) not in accord; "desires at variance with his duty"; "widely discrepant statements"|
(adjective satellite) not in agreement
(adjective satellite) not compatible with other facts
|6||credence||(noun) a kind of sideboard or buffet|
(noun) the mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true; "he gave credence to the gossip"; "acceptance of Newtonian mechanics was unquestioned for 200 years"
|7||permutation||(noun) act of changing the lineal order of objects in a group|
(noun) complete change in character or condition; "the permutations...taking place in the physical world"- Henry Miller
(noun) the act of changing the arrangement of a given number of elements
(noun) an event in which one thing is substituted for another; "the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
|8||effrontery||(noun) audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to; "he despised them for their presumptuousness"|
|9||intercessor||(noun) a negotiator who acts as a link between parties|
|10||discredit||(noun) the state of being held in low esteem; "your actions will bring discredit to your name"; "because of the scandal the school has fallen into disrepute"|
(verb) reject as false; refuse to accept
(verb) cause to be distrusted or disbelieved; "The paper discredited the politician with its nasty commentary"
(verb) damage the reputation of; "This newspaper story discredits the politicians"
|11||keepsake||(noun) something of sentimental value|
|12||cursory||(adjective satellite) hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough; "a casual (or cursory) inspection failed to reveal the house's structural flaws"; "a passing glance"; "perfunctory courtesy"|
|13||refusal||(noun) a message refusing to accept something that is offered|
(noun) the act of refusing
|14||cabinet||(noun) a cupboard-like repository or piece of furniture with doors and shelves and drawers; for storage or display|
(noun) housing for electronic instruments, as radio or television
(noun) a storage compartment for clothes and valuables; usually it has a lock
(noun) persons appointed by a head of state to head executive departments of government and act as official advisers
|15||reunite||(verb) unify again, as of a country; "Will Korea reunify?"|
(verb) have a reunion; unite again
|16||antiquate||(verb) give an antique appearance to; "antique furniture"|
(verb) make obsolete or old-fashioned
|17||ultimate||(adjective satellite) being the last or concluding element of a series; "the ultimate sonata of that opus"; "a distinction between the verb and noun senses of `conflict' is that in the verb the stress is on the ultimate (or last) syllable"|
(adjective) furthest or highest in degree or order; utmost or extreme; "the ultimate achievement"; "the ultimate question"; "man's ultimate destiny"; "the ultimate insult"; "one's ultimate goal in life"
(adjective satellite) being the ultimate or elemental constituents of anything; "the elemental stuff of...out of which the many forms of life have been molded"- Jack London; "the ultimate ingredients of matter"; "his proposal is elegantly simple"
|18||risible||(adjective satellite) arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughab|
|19||noisy||(adjective) full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds; "a noisy cafeteria"; "a small noisy dog"|
|20||compress||(noun) a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever)|
(verb) squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
(verb) make more compact by or as if by pressing; "compress the data"
|21||buffoon||(noun) a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior|
(noun) a rude or vulgar fool
|22||incomprehensible||(adjective) difficult to understand; "the most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible"- A. Einstein|
(adjective) incapable of being explained or accounted for; "inexplicable errors"; "left the house at three in the morning for inexplicable reasons"
|23||forbearance||(noun) a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges; refraining from acting; "his forbearance to reply was alarming"|
(noun) good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence
|24||effete||(adjective satellite) marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay; "a decadent life of excessive money and no sense of responsibility"; "a group of effete self-professed intellectuals"|
|25||surcharge||(noun) an additional charge (as for items previously omitted or as a penalty for failure to exercise common caution or common skill)|
(verb) show an omission in (an account) for which credit ought to have been given
(verb) place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"
(verb) fill to an excessive degree; "The air was surcharged with tension"
(verb) print a new denomination on a stamp or a banknote
(verb) fill to capacity with people; "The air raids had surcharged the emergency wards"
(verb) rip off; ask an unreasonable price
(verb) charge an extra fee, as for a special service
|26||improvident||(adjective) not provident; not providing for the future|
(adjective satellite) not given careful consideration; "ill-considered actions often result in disaster"; "an ill-judged attempt"
|27||harmonious||(adjective satellite) existing together in harmony; "harmonious family relationships"|
(adjective satellite) suitable and fitting; "the tailored clothes were harmonious with her military bearing"
(adjective satellite) exhibiting equivalence or correspondence among constituents of an entity or between different entities
(adjective) musically pleasing
|28||persevere||(verb) be persistent, refuse to stop; "he persisted to call me every night"; "The child persisted and kept asking questions"|
|29||seance||(noun) a meeting of spiritualists; "the seance was held in the medium's parlor"|
|30||vigilance||(noun) vigilant attentiveness; "he keeps a weather eye open for trouble"|
(noun) the process of paying close and continuous attention
|31||despondent||(adjective satellite) without or almost without hope; "despondent about his failure"; "too heartsick to fight back"|
|32||enormous||(adjective satellite) extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree; "an enormous boulder"; "enormous expenses"; "tremendous sweeping plains"; "a tremendous fact in human experience; that a whole civilization should be dependent on technology"- Walter Li|
|33||workmanship||(noun) skill in an occupation or trade|
|34||impeccable||(adjective satellite) without fault or error; "faultless logic"; "speaks impeccable French"; "timing and technique were immaculate"; "an immaculate record"|
(adjective satellite) not capable of sin
|35||portend||(verb) indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news"|
|36||bestrew||(verb) cover by strewing|
|37||magisterial||(adjective satellite) used of a person's appearance or behavior; befitting an eminent person; "his distinguished bearing"; "the monarch's imposing presence"; "she reigned in magisterial beauty"|
(adjective satellite) offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power; "an autocratic person"; "autocratic behavior"; "a bossy way of ordering others around"; "a rather aggressive and dominating character"; "managed the employees in an aloof magisteri
(adjective) of or relating to a magistrate; "official magisterial functions"
|38||sleight||(noun) adroitness in using the hands|
|39||obnoxious||(adjective satellite) causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person"|
|40||nationality||(noun) the status of belonging to a particular nation by birth or naturalization|
|41||mesmerize||(verb) induce hypnosis in|
(verb) attract strongly, as if with a magnet; "She magnetized the audience with her tricks"
|42||exuberance||(noun) overflowing with enthusiasm|
(noun) joyful enthusiasm
|43||sapiential||(adjective satellite) characterized by wisdom, especially the wisdom of God; "a sapiential government"|
|44||encore||(noun) an extra or repeated performance; usually given in response to audience demand|
(verb) request an encore, from a performer
|45||eugenic||(adjective) pertaining to or causing improvement in the offspring produced|
|46||cadenza||(noun) a brilliant solo passage occuring near the end of a piece of music|
|47||tractable||(adjective satellite) readily reacting to suggestions and influences; "a responsive student"|
(adjective) easily managed (controlled or taught or molded); "tractable young minds"; "gold is tractable"; "the natives...being...of an intelligent tractable disposition"- Samuel Butler
|48||manufacturer||(noun) a business engaged in manufacturing some product|
(noun) someone who manufactures something
|49||servitude||(noun) state of subjection to an owner or master or forced labor imposed as punishment; "penal servitude"|
|50||fresco||(noun) a durable method of painting on a wall by using watercolors on wet plaster|
(noun) a mural done with watercolors on wet plaster
(verb) paint onto wet plaster on a wall
|51||auxiliary||(noun) someone who acts as assistant|
(adjective satellite) functioning in a subsidiary or supporting capacity; "the main library and its auxiliary branches"
(adjective satellite) relating to something that is added but is not essential; "an ancillary pump"; "an adjuvant discipline to forms of mysticism"; "The mind and emotions are auxilliary to each other"
|52||penurious||(adjective satellite) excessively unwilling to spend; "parsimonious thrift relieved by few generous impulses"; "lived in a most penurious manner--denying himself every indulgence"|
(adjective satellite) not having enough money to pay for necessities
|53||extinct||(adjective) of e.g. volcanos; permanently inactive; "an extinct volcano"|
(adjective satellite) of a fire; being out or having grown cold; "threw his extinct cigarette into the stream"; "the fire is out"
(adjective) no longer in existence; lost or especially having died out leaving no living representatives; "an extinct species of fish"; "an extinct royal family"; "extinct laws and customs"