|1||archangel||(noun) an angel ranked above the highest rank in the celestial hierarchy|
(noun) a biennial cultivated herb; its stems are candied and eaten and its roots are used medicinally
|2||enkindle||(verb) call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"|
(verb) cause to start burning; "The setting sun kindled the sky with oranges and reds"
|3||immigrate||(verb) come into a new country and change residency; "Many people immigrated at the beginning of the 20th century"|
(verb) introduce or send as immigrants; "Britain immigrated many colonists to America"
(verb) migrate to a new environment; "only few plants can immigrate to the island"
|4||repertory||(noun) a storehouse where a stock of things is kept|
(noun) the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation; "the repertory of the supposed feats of mesmerism"; "has a large repertory of dialects and characters"
|5||prophecy||(noun) knowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source)|
(noun) a prediction uttered under divine inspiration
|6||evert||(noun) United States tennis player who won women's singles titles in the United States and at Wimbledon (born in 1954)|
(verb) turn inside out; turn the inner surface of outward; "evert the eyelid"
|7||reassure||(verb) give or restore confidence in; cause to feel sure or certain; "I reassured him that we were safe"|
(verb) cause to feel sure; give reassurance to; "The airline tried to reassure the customers that the planes were safe"
|8||nihilist||(noun) an advocate of anarchism|
(noun) someone who rejects all theories of morality or religious belief
|9||urgency||(noun) pressing importance requiring speedy action; "the urgency of his need"|
(noun) insistent solicitation and entreaty; "his importunity left me no alternative but to agree"
(noun) an urgent situation calling for prompt action; "I'll be there, barring any urgencies"; "they departed hurriedly because of some great urgency in their affairs"
(noun) the state of being urgent; an earnest and insistent necessity
|10||stellar||(adjective) being or relating to or resembling or emanating from stars; "an astral body"; "stellar light"|
|11||inmost||(adjective satellite) situated or occurring farthest within; "the innermost chamber"|
(adjective satellite) being deepest within the self; "one's innermost feelings"
|12||siren||(noun) eel-like aquatic North American salamander with small forelimbs and no hind limbs; have permanent external gills|
(noun) an acoustic device producing a loud often wailing sound as a signal or warning
(noun) a warning signal that is a loud wailing sound
(noun) a woman who is considered to be dangerously seductive
(noun) a sea nymph (part woman and part bird) supposed to lure sailors to destruction on the rocks where the nymphs lived; "Odysseus ordered his crew to plug their ears so they would not hear the Siren's fatal song"
|13||incompetent||(noun) someone who is not competent to take effective action|
(adjective satellite) not meeting requirements; "unequal to the demands put upon him"
(adjective) not qualified or suited for a purpose; "an incompetent secret service"; "the filming was hopeless incompetent"
(adjective satellite) not doing a good job; "incompetent at chess"
(adjective satellite) showing lack of skill or aptitude; "a bungling workman"; "did a clumsy job"; "his fumbling attempt to put up a shelf"
|14||conscript||(noun) someone who is drafted into military service|
(verb) enroll into service compulsorily; "The men were conscripted"
|15||divulgence||(noun) the act of disclosing something that was secret or private|
|16||infidel||(noun) a person who does not acknowledge your God|
|17||prickle||(noun) a sharp-pointed tip on a stem or leaf|
(verb) make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn; "The nurse pricked my finger to get a small blood sample"
(verb) cause a stinging or tingling sensation
(verb) cause a prickling sensation
|18||reliance||(noun) certainty based on past experience; "he wrote the paper with considerable reliance on the work of other scientists"; "he put more trust in his own two legs than in the gun"|
(noun) the state of relying on something
|19||incendiary||(noun) a bomb that is designed to start fires; are most effective against flammable targets (such as fuel)|
(noun) a criminal who illegally sets fire to property
(adjective satellite) capable of catching fire spontaneously or causing fires or burning readily; "an incendiary agent"; "incendiary bombs"
(adjective satellite) arousing to action or rebellion
(adjective) involving deliberate burning of property; "an incendiary fire"
|20||requiem||(noun) a Mass celebrated for the dead|
(noun) a musical setting for a Mass celebrating the dead
(noun) a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person
|21||steppe||(noun) extensive plain without trees (associated with eastern Russia and Siberia)|
|22||vegetate||(verb) engage in passive relaxation; "After a hard day's work, I vegetate in front of the television"|
(verb) propagate asexually; "The bacterial growth vegetated along"
(verb) grow or spread abnormally; "warts and polyps can vegetate if not removed"
(verb) grow like a plant; "This fungus usually vegetates vigorously"
(verb) produce vegetation; "The fields vegetate vigorously"
(verb) establish vegetation on; "They vegetated the hills behind their house"
(verb) lead a passive existence without using one's body or mind
|23||vociferous||(adjective satellite) conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry; "blatant radios"; "a clamorous uproar"; "strident demands"; "a vociferous mob"|
|24||rudimentary||(adjective satellite) being in the earliest stages of development; "rudimentary plans"|
(adjective satellite) not fully developed in mature animals; "rudimentary wings"
(adjective satellite) being or involving basic facts or principles; "the fundamental laws of the universe"; "a fundamental incompatibility between them"; "these rudimentary truths"; "underlying principles"
|25||grimace||(noun) a contorted facial expression; "she made a grimace at the prospect"|
(verb) contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state; "He grimaced when he saw the amount of homework he had to do"
|26||evade||(verb) avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"|
(verb) use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid; "The con mane always evades"
(verb) escape, either physically or mentally; "The thief eluded the police"; "This difficult idea seems to evade her"; "The event evades explanation"
(verb) practice evasion; "This man always hesitates and evades"
|27||mordacious||(adjective satellite) biting or given to biting; "they deliberately gave me a skittish and mordacious mount"|
(adjective satellite) capable of wounding; "a barbed compliment"; "a biting aphorism"; "pungent satire"
|28||tenant||(noun) someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone else; "the landlord can evict a tenant who doesn't pay the rent"|
(noun) any occupant who dwells in a place
(noun) a holder of buildings or lands by any kind of title (as ownership or lease)
(verb) occupy as a tenant
|29||equilibrium||(noun) a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head|
(noun) a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates
(noun) equality of distribution
(noun) a stable situation in which forces cancel one another
|30||accuse||(verb) bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "He charged the man with spousal abuse"|
(verb) blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against; "he charged me director with indifference"
|31||visual||(adjective satellite) able to be seen; "be sure of it; give me the ocular proof"- Shakespeare; "a visual presentation"; "a visual image"|
(adjective) relating to or using sight; "ocular inspection"; "an optical illusion"; "visual powers"; "visual navigation"
|32||abdomen||(noun) the region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis|
(noun) the cavity containing the major viscera; in mammals it is separated from the thorax by the diaphragm
|33||confluent||(adjective satellite) flowing together|
|34||overproduction||(noun) too much production or more than expected|
|35||corporate||(adjective satellite) possessing or existing in bodily form; "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare; "an incarnate spirit"; "`corporate' is an archaic term"|
(adjective satellite) organized and maintained as a legal corporation; "a special agency set up in corporate form"; "an incorporated town"
(adjective satellite) done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; "a joint identity"; "the collective mind"; "the corporate good"
(adjective) of or belonging to a corporation; "corporate rates"; "corporate structure"
|36||hydra||(noun) small tubular solitary freshwater hydrozoan polyp|
(noun) trouble that cannot be overcome by a single effort because of its many aspects or its persistent and pervasive quality; "we may be facing a hydra that defies any easy solution"
(noun) a long faint constellation in the southern hemisphere near the equator stretching between Virgo and Cancer
(noun) (Greek mythology) monster with nine heads; when struck off each head was replaced by two new ones; "Hydra was slain by Hercules"
|37||abase||(verb) cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of; "He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss"|
|38||inject||(verb) give an injection to; "We injected the glucose into the patient's vein"|
(verb) to introduce (a new aspect or element); "He injected new life into the performance"
(verb) to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever remarks"
(verb) feed intravenously
(verb) take by injection; "inject heroin"
(verb) force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing; "inject hydrogen into the balloon"
|39||amputate||(verb) remove surgically; "amputate limbs"|
|40||colossus||(noun) a person of exceptional importance and reputation|
(noun) someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
|41||embroil||(verb) force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action; "They were swept up by the events"; "don't drag me into this business"|
|42||bibliography||(noun) a list of writings with time and place of publication (such as the writings of a single author or the works referred to in preparing a document etc.)|
|43||incandescent||(adjective satellite) emitting light as a result of being heated; "an incandescent bulb"|
(adjective satellite) characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance; "an incandescent performance"
|44||martial||(noun) Roman poet noted for epigrams (first century BC)|
(adjective satellite) (of persons) befitting a warrior; "a military bearing"
(adjective satellite) suggesting war or military life
|45||clearance||(noun) permission to proceed; "the plane was given clearance to land"|
(noun) the distance by which one thing clears another; the space between them
(noun) vertical space available to allow easy passage under something
|46||pamphlet||(noun) a brief treatise on a subject of interest; published in the form of a booklet|
(noun) a small book usually having a paper cover
|47||dentifrice||(noun) a substance for cleaning the teeth; applied with a toothbrush|
|48||ministration||(noun) assistance in time of difficulty; "the contributions provided some relief for the victims"|
|49||antipodes||(noun) any two places or regions on diametrically opposite sides of the Earth; "the North Pole and the South Pole are antipodes"|
|50||separable||(adjective satellite) capable of being divided or dissociated; "often drugs and crime are not dissociable"; "the siamese twins were not considered seperable"; "a song...never conceived of as severable from the melody";|
|51||ogre||(noun) (folklore) a giant who likes to eat human beings|
(noun) a cruel wicked and inhuman person
|52||naturally||(adverb) as might be expected; "naturally, the lawyer sent us a huge bill"|
(adverb) according to nature; by natural means; without artificial help; "naturally grown flowers"
(adverb) in a natural or normal manner; "speak naturally and easily"
(adverb) through inherent nature; "he was naturally lazy"
|53||antediluvian||(noun) a very old (or old fashioned) person|
(noun) any of the early patriarchs who lived prior to the Deluge
(adjective satellite) so extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period; "a ramshackle antediluvian tenement"; "antediluvian ideas"; "archaic laws"
(adjective) of or relating to the period before the Biblical flood; "Antediluvian man"
|54||requisite||(noun) anything indispensable; "food and shelter are necessities of life"; "the essentials of the good life"; "allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions"; "a place where the requisites of water fuel and fodder can be obtained"|
(adjective satellite) necessary for relief or supply; "provided them with all things needful"
|55||innumerable||(adjective satellite) too numerous to be counted; "incalculable riches"; "countless hours"; "an infinite number of reasons"; "innumerable difficulties"; "the multitudinous seas"; "myriad stars"; "untold thousands"|