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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)
vestige a trace of something that once existed
impecunious without money
anagram a word or phrase made from another by rearranging its letters
hindsight ability to see, after the event, what should have been done
empathy ability to share in another's emotions, thoughts, or feelings
comprehensive able to understand fully
anomalous abnormal; deviating from the regular arrangement
lethargic abnormally drowsy or dull; sluggish
precipitous abrupt or hasty
impenitent without regret, shame, or remorse

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
indispensable absolutely necessary or required
recondite difficult to understand; abstruse; profound
invective abuse
vituperative abusive; scolding
fortuitous accidental; by chance
cumulative accumulated; increasing in effect, size, quantity, etc.
inured accustomed
absolve acquit; to pronounce free from guilt or blame
coronation act or ceremony of crowning a sovereign
surreptitious acting in a secret, stealthy way

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Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
vehement marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions
conformity action in accordance with customs, rules and prevailing opinion
pantomime action or gestures without words as a means of expression
languid without vigor or vitality; drooping; weak
pundit actual or self-professed authority
veritable actual; being truly so
dogmatic adhering to a tenet
raucous loud and rowdy
demure affectedly modest or shy; coy
aver affirm; declare to be true

Word (memorize) Definition (memorize)
exacerbate aggravate; to make worse
ferment agitation; commotion
winsome agreeable; gracious
consonance agreement; harmony
succor aid; assistance; comfort
dilettante aimless follower of the arts; amateur; dabbler
desultory aimless; unmethodical; unfocused wandering;
citizenry all citizens as a group
palliate alleviate; ease
allocate allot; to distribute in shares or according to a plan

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