|1||convergent||(adjective) tending to come together from different directions|
|2||incinerate||(verb) cause to undergo combustion; "burn garbage"; "The car burns only Diesel oil"|
(verb) become reduced to ashes; "The paper incinerated quickly"
|3||furlong||(noun) a unit of length equal to 220 yards|
|4||parish||(noun) a local church community|
(noun) the local subdivision of a diocese committed to one pastor
|5||prescription||(noun) a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist; "he told the doctor that he had been taking his prescription regularly"|
(noun) written instructions from a physician or dentist to a druggist concerning the form and dosage of a drug to be issued to a given patient
(noun) written instructions for an optician on the lenses for a given person
(noun) directions prescribed beforehand; the action of prescribing authoritative rules or directions; "I tried to follow her prescription for success"
|6||fugacious||(adjective satellite) enduring a very short time; "the ephemeral joys of childhood"; "a passing fancy"; "youth's transient beauty"; "love is transitory but at is eternal"; "fugacious blossoms"|
|7||neurology||(noun) (neurology) the branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system and its disorders|
(noun) the branch of medical science that deals with the nervous system and its disorders
|8||rigorous||(adjective satellite) demanding strict attention to rules and procedures; "rigorous discipline"; "tight security"; "stringent safety measures"|
(adjective satellite) rigidly accurate; allowing no deviation from a standard; "rigorous application of the law"; "a strict vegetarian"
(adjective satellite) used of circumstances (especially weather) that cause suffering; "brutal weather"; "northern winters can be cruel"; "a cruel world"; "a harsh climate"; "a rigorous climate"; "unkind winters"
|9||doleful||(adjective satellite) filled with or evoking sadness; "the child's doleful expression"; "stared with mournful eyes"; "mournful news"|
|10||emulate||(verb) compete with successfully; approach or reach equality with; "This artists's drawings cannot emulate his water colors"|
(verb) imitate the function of (another system), as by modifying the hardware or the software
(verb) strive to equal or match, especially by imitating; "He is emulating the skating skills of his older sister"
|11||distention||(noun) the act of expanding by pressure from within|
(noun) the state of being stretched beyond normal dimensions
|12||curtsy||(noun) bending at the knees; a gesture of respect made by women|
(verb) make a curtsy; usually done only by girls and women; as a sign of respect; "She curtsied when she shook the Queen's hand"
(verb) a gesture of respectful greeting, for women
|13||reproof||(noun) an act or expression of criticism and censure; "he had to take the rebuke with a smile on his face"|
(verb) censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
|14||diligence||(noun) a diligent effort; "it is a job requiring serious application"|
(noun) conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation
(noun) persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues"
|15||engender||(verb) make children; "Abraham begot Isaac"; "Men often father children but don't recognize them"|
(verb) call forth
|16||enthrall||(verb) hold spellbound|
|17||moderation||(noun) the action of lessening in severity or intensity; "the object being control or moderation of economic depressions"|
(noun) the trait of avoiding excesses
(noun) quality of being moderate and avoiding extremes
(noun) a change for the better
|18||paraphrase||(noun) rewording for the purpose of clarification|
(verb) express the same message in different words
|19||imperturbable||(adjective satellite) not easily perturbed or excited or upset; marked by extreme calm and composure; "hitherto imperturbable, he now showed signs of alarm"; "an imperturbable self-possession"; "unflappable in a crisis"|
|20||lave||(verb) wash one's face and hands; "She freshened up in the bathroom"|
(verb) cleanse (one's body) with soap and water
(verb) wash or flow against; "the waves laved the shore"
|21||regicide||(noun) the act of killing a king|
(noun) someone who commits regicide; the killer of a king
|22||principality||(noun) territory ruled by a prince|
|23||satiric||(adjective satellite) exposing human folly to ridicule; "a persistent campaign of mockery by the satirical fortnightly magazine"|
|24||peddle||(verb) sell or offer for sale from place to place|
|25||irrigate||(verb) supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting; "irrigate the wound"|
(verb) supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams; "Water the fields"
|26||aviary||(noun) a building where birds are kept|
|27||dispossess||(verb) expel or put out of the possession of real estate|
|28||competitor||(noun) the contestant you hope to defeat; "he had respect for his rivals"; "he wanted to know what the competition was doing"|
|29||arrival||(noun) accomplishment of an objective|
(noun) the act of arriving at a certain place; "they awaited her arrival"
(noun) someone who arrives (or has arrived)
|30||glimmer||(noun) a slight suggestion or vague understanding; "he had no inkling what was about to happen"|
(noun) a flash of light (especially reflected light)
(verb) shine brightly, like a star or a light
|31||octagon||(noun) an eight-sided polygon|
|32||indulgence||(noun) the remission by the pope of the temporal punishment in purgatory that is still due for sins even after absolution; "in the Middle Ages the unrestricted sale of indulgences by pardoners became a widespread abuse"|
(noun) foolish or senseless behavior
(noun) the act of indulging or gratifying a desire
(noun) a disposition to yield to the wishes of someone; "too much indulgence spoils a child"
(noun) an inability to resist the gratification of whims and desires
|33||solecism||(noun) a socially awkward or tactless act|
|34||impend||(verb) be imminent or about to happen; "Changes are impending"|
|35||coerce||(verb) to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means :"She forced him to take a job in the city"; "He squeezed her for information"|
|36||jocose||(adjective satellite) characterized by jokes and good humor|
|37||devise||(noun) (law) a gift of real property by will|
(noun) a will disposing of real property
(verb) come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or priciple) after a mental effort; "excogitate a way to measure the speed of light"
(verb) arrange by systematic planning and united effort; "machinate a plot"; "organize a strike"; "devise a plan to take over the director's office"
(verb) give by will, especially real property
|38||addendum||(noun) textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end|
|39||plummet||(noun) the metal bob of a plumb line|
(verb) drop sharply; "The stock market plummeted"
|40||revile||(verb) spread negative information about; "The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews"|
|41||dishabille||(noun) the state of being carelessly or partially dressed|
|42||synopsis||(noun) a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory|
|43||pleasurable||(adjective satellite) affording satisfaction or pleasure; "the company was enjoyable"; "found her praise gratifying"; "full of happiness and pleasurable excitement"; "good printing makes a book more pleasurable to read"|
|44||pamphleteer||(noun) a writer of pamphlets (usually taking a partisan stand on public issues)|
|45||statecraft||(noun) wisdom in the management of public affairs|
|46||sapient||(adjective satellite) acutely insightful and wise; "much too perspicacious to be taken in by such a spurious argument"; "observant and thoughtful, he was given to asking sagacious questions"; "a source of valuable insights and sapient advice to educators"|
|47||reliquary||(noun) a container where religious relics are stored or displayed (especially relics of saints)|
|48||rehabilitate||(verb) help to re-adapt, as to a former state of health or good repute; "The prisoner was successfully rehabilitated"; "After a year in the mental clinic, the patient is now rehabilitated"|
(verb) restore to a state of good condition or operation
(verb) reinstall politically; "Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime"
|49||mountaineer||(noun) someone who climbs mountains|
(verb) climb mountains for pleasure as a sport
|50||miscreant||(noun) a person without moral scruples|
|51||fraudulent||(adjective satellite) intended to deceive; "deceitful advertising"; "fallacious testimony"; "smooth, shining, and deceitful as thin ice" - S.T.Coleridge; "a fraudulent scheme to escape paying taxes"|
|52||typographical||(adjective) relating to or occurring or used in typography; "the typographic art"; "a typographical error"|
|53||mallet||(noun) a tool resembling a hammer but with a large head (usually wooden); used to drive wedges or ram down paving stones or for crushing or beating or flattening or smoothing|
(noun) a light drumstick with a rounded head that is used to strike percussion instruments
(noun) a sports implement with a long handle and a head like a hammer; used in sports (polo or croquet) to hit a ball
|54||rapt||(adjective satellite) wholly absorbed as in thought; "deep in thought"; "that engrossed look or rapt delight"; "the book had her totally engrossed"; "enwrapped in dreams"; "so intent on this fantastic...narrative that she hardly stirred"- Walter de la Mare; "rapt with wonder";|
(adjective satellite) deeply moved; "sat completely still, enraptured by the music"; "listened with rapt admiration"; "rapt in reverie"
|55||battalion||(noun) an army unit usually consisting of a headquarters and three or more companies|
(noun) a large indefinite number; "a battalion of ants"; "a multitude of TV antennas"; "a plurality of religions"