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Adj.
Fitting the occasion,suitable, or apt

APROPOS

2

N.
Controlling influence; domination

ASCENDANCY

3

V.
Ton analyze and determine the nature, value, or importance of
N.

ASSESS
ASSESSMENT

4

V.
To declare positively, to state as the truth

AVER

5

V.
To admit to be true, often reluctantly
V.
To grant or let have

CONCEDE

6

Adj.
Lacking
N.

DEFICIENT
DEFICIENCY

7

N.
Unproven principle or belief held to be true
Adj.

DOGMA
DOGMATIC

8

V.
To put an idea into a form that can be seen
V.
To make part of a system, to incorporate

EMBODY

9

V.
To make known, disclose
V.
To bestow

IMPART

10

N.
The art of public speaking
N.
Adj.

ORATORY
ORATOR
ORATORICAL

11

V.
To reproduce
V.
To cause to reproduce
V.
To foster the spread of
N.

PROPAGATE
PROPAGATION

12

N.
Someone who proposes or supports an idea; an advocate

PROPONENT

13

Adj.
Not yet fully developed; basic
Adj.
Elementary

RUDIMENTARY

14

N.
A visit or temporary stay
V.
To stay for a while

SOJOURN

15

Adj.
Making one’s feelings known in a loud way

VOCIFEROUS

16

Adj.
Young and inexperienced; immature

CALLOW

17

N.
A person living during the same time period as another
Adj.
Existing or occurring at the same time

CONTEMPORARY

18

Adj.
Doubtful of the sincerity of others’ motives; skeptical
N.

CYNICAL

19

N.
A ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a group of people
Adj.

DESPOT
DESPOTIC

20

V.
To pronounce clearly
V.
To state or announce

ENUNCIATE

21

N.
Anything that gets in the way; an obstacle

IMPEDIMENT

22

V.
To make poor
V.
To take away
Adj.

IMPOVERISH
IMPOVERISHED

23

Adj.
Indulging in easy; avoiding exertion; lazy
N.

INDOLENT
INDOLENCE

24

Adj.
Showing sound judgement; wise
N.

SAGACIOUS
SAGACITY

25

Adj.
Worldly; not connected with a church or religion

SECULAR

26

V.
To think about or make a guess
V.
To engage in a risky business venture

SPECULATE

27

N.
Conflict or struggle

STRIFE

28

V.
To show great respect for

VENERATE

29

Adj.
Ravenous; desiring or eating a large amount of food
Adj.
Greatly eager

VORACIOUS

30

V.
To get smaller, dimmer, or weaker; to near an end

WANE