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1. Review the words in a table
2. Click (memorize) in either column to begin
Guess the answer in your head
Click the buttons and follow the directions at the bottom of the table
Or click on matching mode at the bottom of a table, after clicking on (memorize)
Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
recluse secluded; solitary
stealth secret, furtive, or artfully sly behavior
occult secret; esoteric
specious seeming reasonable but incorrect
sophistry deliberately invalid, seemingly plausible argument to deceive
eclectic drawn from various systems, doctrines, or sources
narcissism self-love
complacent self-satisfied or smug
divergence separating, or branching off
toady servile flatterer; a "yes" man

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
exemplary serving as a model or example
ensconced settle in; hide; conceal
ossify settle or fix rigidly
ignominious shameful; dishonorable; disgraceful
effrontery shameless boldness; impudence; temerity
amorphous shapeless; formless
acerbic sharp, bitter, or harsh in temper and language
univocal sharply defined sense or nature; unambiguous
incisive sharply expressive
gossamer sheer like cobwebs

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Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
abridge shorten; to reduce in scope or extent
evinced show clearly
disparage show disrespect for; belittle
flout show scorn or contempt
decisive showing determination or firmness
exuberance showing high spirits
acute sharp; intense; of critical importance
wither shrivel; wilt
eschew shun
preclude shut out; prevent

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
occlude close off
winnow sift; separate good parts from bad
presage sign or warning of a future event; omen
portent sign; omen; something that foreshadows a coming event
symbiosis similar relationship of mutual interdependence
ambivalence simultaneous conflicting feelings toward a person or thing
stymie situation in which one is obstructed or frustrated
raconteur skilled at telling stories or anecdotes
cunning skillful or clever
obloquy slander; disgrace; infamy

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