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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)
bilk to cheat or swindle; defraud
arrogate to claim or seize as one's own
cajole to gently coax with flattery
denounce to condemn strongly
bewilder to confuse hopelessly
incise to cut into with a sharp tool
beguiled to deceive; cheat; charm; coax
arbitrate to decide a dispute
avow to declare openly or admit frankly
abate to deduct; to make less

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
drub to defeat soundly in a fight or contest
concoct to devise, invent, or plan
detonate to explode violently and noisily
condone to forgive, pardon, or overlook
abscond to go away hastily and secretly
amble to go easily and unhurriedly
acclaim to greet with loud applause or approval
coalesce to grow together; to unite or merge
bequeath to hand down; pass on
yearn to have longing or desire

Memorize both together

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
comprise to include; contain
conjoin to join together; unite; combine
devastate to make helpless; overwhelm; destroy
impinge to make inroads or encroach
convey to make known
aggrandize to make seem greater
debilitate to make weak or feeble
mitigate to moderate or minimize
hone to perfect; sharpen; yearn
conspire to plan and act together secretly

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
cultivate to promote development or growth
castigate to punish or rebuke severely
chasten to punish; to refine; to make purer in style
alleviate to reduce or decrease; lighten or relieve
decelerate to reduce speed; slow down
allude to refer in a casual or indirect way
defuse to render harmless
proliferate to quickly reproduce or spread
disabuse to rid of false ideas; misconception
appease to satisfy or relieve

Memorize both together

Memorize all (on this page)

Combines all tables on this page into one large table, and begins the memorization process:
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