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  1. JV740 (felicitous and mosaic)2020/01/10

    Felicitous (adjective) Definition: 1. highly suitable and really expressing the intended thought or feeling; 2. having happiness or good luck; 3. pleasing and agreeable Example Sentences: – The felicitous speech was just what the earthquake...

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  2. JV739 (fallacious and bequeath)2020/01/09

    Fallacious (adjective) Definition: 1. based on an illogical, unsound premise; 2. false, yet deceptive and tending to mislead Example Sentences: – Your hasty generalization is fallacious because you didn’t take time to do adequate research....

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  3. JV738 (volatile and cadge)2020/01/08

    Volatile (adjective) Definition: 1. likely to change suddenly; 2. liable to lead to violence; 3. evaporating easily Example Sentences: – The volatile situation in the Middle East could erupt into violence at any moment. –...

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  4. JV737 (umbrage and decorous)2020/01/07

    Umbrage (noun) Definition: anger or resentment that comes from being offended. Example Sentences: – The actor took umbrage with the theater critic’s poor review. – She took umbrage with his rude comment. – I took...

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  5. JV736 (deflect and profound)2020/01/06

    Deflect (verb) Definition: 1. to turn aside, especially from a straight course or fixed direction; 2. to prevent something from happening; 3. to draw a person’s attention away from something Example Sentences: – Mary deflected...

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  6. JV735 (revelation and disarray)2020/01/03

    Revelation (noun) Definition: 1. something that is newly revealed or made known; 2. a pleasant surprise Example Sentences: – I had a sudden revelation while in the shower this morning, and I couldn’t wait to...

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  7. JV734 (unilateral and dilettante)2020/01/02

    Unilateral (adjective) Definition: 1. involving or decided by only one group or country; 2. tracing the lineage of only one parent Example Sentences: – That country’s forces operated unilaterally, without the help of armed forces...

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  8. JV733 (contiguous and rhapsodize)2020/01/01

    Contiguous (adjective) Definition: 1. being in actual contact, sharing a boundary, and touching physically; 2. near to and forming an unbroken sequence; 3. connected and uninterrupted in space or time Example Sentences: – Mark had...

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  9. JV732 (churlish and stratagem)2019/12/24

    Churlish (adjective) Definition: 1. crude or rude behavior; 2. the state of being unfriendly and difficult to work with Example Sentences: – John’s churlishness and generally negative demeanor was related to his recent string of...

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  10. JV731 (confluence and subsidiary)2019/12/23

    Confluence (noun) Definition: 1. a convergence, flowing, or gathering together of people or events at one point of connection; 2. a merging point where two rivers flow together to unite Example Sentences: – Every team...

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  11. JV730 (behoove and ineffable)2019/12/20

    Behoove (verb) Definition: to be necessary, advantageous, or appropriate Example Sentences: – It would behoove you to tell me what’s wrong, so I can help you sort out the problem. – It behooves us to...

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  12. JV729 (tantalizing and explicit)2019/12/19

    Tantalizing (adjective) Definition: 1. pleasantly inviting; 2. tempting, but unavailable or unattainable Example Sentences: – I am not in a position to accept your offer to buy our company, but I do admit it sounds...

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  13. JV728 (renaissance and soluble)2019/12/18

    Renaissance (noun) Definition: 1. a rebirth or revival of an activity or interest, especially art, literature, or music; 2. the humanistic cultural revival in Europe, dating from the fourteenth to the seventeenth century, of classical...

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  14. JV727 (confound and lionize)2019/12/17

    Confound (verb) Definition: 1. to confuse someone; 2. to prove something to be incorrect; 3. to damn or curse something or someone; 4. to confuse or mistake two or more things as being similar Example...

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  15. JV726 (brash and perdition)2019/12/16

    Brash (adjective) Definition: 1. rash, hasty, or premature; 2. assertive to the point of being offense; 3. brittle or breakable; 4. overly colorful, bold, or bright Example Sentences: – We have plenty of time to...

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  16. JV725 (pretext and categorical)2019/12/13

    Pretext (noun) Definition: a made up excuse used to hide the truth Example Sentences: – I called her on the pretext that I lost our homework assignment, but really I just wanted an excuse to...

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  17. JV724 (feasible and pompous)2019/12/12

    Feasible (adjective) Definition: Example Sentences: – The producer was concerned about the feasibility of the special effects in the movie. – She felt it was feasible to make it on her own in a new...

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  18. JV723 (caveat and escrow)2019/12/11

    Caveat (noun) Definition: 1. a warning against certain acts; 2. in law, an official request to a court not to proceed with a case without notice to the person making the request Example Sentences: –...

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  19. JV722 (tenure and brazen)2019/12/10

    Tenure (noun) Definition: 1. the time spent in a particular office or position; 2. the granting of permanent employment after a provisional period, used especially in the teaching profession; 3. the holding of land Example...

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  20. JV721 (implication and meretricious)2019/12/09

    Implication (noun) Definition: 1. something that is implied as a natural consequence of something else; 2. involvement or entanglement of somebody in something Example Sentences: – Her implication was that if I was ever late...

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  21. JV720 (accentuate and bastion)2019/12/06

    Accentuate (verb) Definition: 1. give more force or attention to; 2. to put emphasis on a given syllable in a word; 3. to draw attention to something to make it more noticeable Example Sentences: –...

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  22. JV719 (flagship and bilateral)2019/12/05

    Flagship (noun) Definition: 1. the most important of a group of related things; 2. the ship in which the commanding officer is stationed Example Sentences: – This new, top-of-the-line computer will be our flagship, model....

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  23. JV718 (renown and oust)2019/12/04

    Renown (noun) Definition: widespread fame and exalted reputation Example Sentences: – Lance Armstrong is world renowned for his cycling abilities and perseverance against all odds. – Loma Linda Medical Center has renown for its work...

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  24. JV717 (atrophy and trespass)2019/12/03

    Atrophy (verb, noun) Definition: (v.) to weaken or waste away, especially from lack of use; (n.) 1. the weakening, decreasing, or degeneration of a muscle or part of the body; 2. any weakening or degenerative...

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  25. JV716 (assay and aseptic)2019/12/02

    Assay (verb, noun) Definition: (v.) 1. to test or examine something to determine its quality and/or components; 2. to try to do something; (n.) 1. a test or analysis; 2. a sample of the thing...

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  26. JV715 (stave and affirm)2019/11/29

    Stave (verb) Definition: to prevent something bad from happening or to postpone something bad from happening until later Example Sentences: – Let’s get you a snack to stave off your hunger until dinner. – We...

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  27. JV714 (cohort and placid)2019/11/28

    Cohort (noun) Definition: 1. a group of companions; 2. a group of people who share a common factor; 3. a supporter Example Sentences: – Greg and I have started several businesses together, and he has...

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  28. JV713 (trifling and tortuous)2019/11/27

    Trifling (adjective) Definition: having little value or significance Example Sentences: – I will not even discuss such a trifling subject. – Mary could barely live on her trifling salary. – My coworkers argued incessantly about...

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  29. JV712 (torrid and exhort)2019/11/26

    Torrid (adjective) Definition: 1. extremely hot and unpleasant; 2. steamy and passionate; 3. fast-paced, rapid Example Sentences: – She brought a beach umbrella to the picnic to escape the torrid midday sun. – I refused...

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  30. JV711 (duplicity and hypocrisy)2019/11/25

    Duplicity (noun) Definition: 1. the act or state of dishonesty and deception; 2. the state of being twofold Example Sentences: – I’m sensing duplicity on this deal; Im not sure I trust them. – A...

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  31. JV710 (seethe and yoke)2019/11/22

    Seethe (verb) Definition: 1. to be in an angry or otherwise agitated emotional state; 2. to boil vigorously; 3. to be noisy with activity or boiling movements Example Sentences: – The neighbors will positively seethe...

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  32. JV709 (puissant and gouge)2019/11/21

    Puissant (adjective) Definition: having great power, influence, or strength Example Sentences: – Donald Trump became the most puissant developer in New York. – The senator became more puissant when he was appointed chairman of the...

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  33. JV708 (allure and blasphemous)2019/11/20

    Allure (noun, verb) Definition: (n.) 1. an attractive or tempting quality; 2. the power to entice or attract; (v.) to attract in a powerful way Example Sentences: – The allure of big-city life draws young...

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  34. JV707 (craven and detrimental)2019/11/19
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  35. JV706 (tarry and cogitate)2019/11/18

    Tarry (verb, adjective) Definition: (v.) 1. to stay someplace longer than necessary; 2. to wait or hesitate; (adj.) like tar Example Sentences: – We can’t tarry around campus all day; we need to go home...

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  36. JV705 (machiavellian and condemn)2019/11/15
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  37. JV704 (asylum and conjure)2019/11/14

    Asylum (noun) Definition: 1. a shelter from hardship or danger; 2. a hospital for the mentally disabled Example Sentences: – Several hundred Cuban refugees managed to get onto U.S. soil and asked for political asylum....

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  38. JV703 (foremost and artifice)2019/11/13

    Foremost (adjective) Definition: 1. the most important; 2. before all else Example Sentences: – First and foremost, we will try to have fun, but our secondary goal is winning. – Professor Jackson was the university’s...

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  39. JV702 (sustain and wary)2019/11/12

    Sustain (verb) Definition: 1. to maintain something or keep it in existence; 2. to experience something, especially suffering; 3. to support and encourage Example Sentences: – She works two jobs in order to sustain her...

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  40. JV701 (amalgamate and disinclination)2019/11/11

    Amalgamate (verb) Definition: to join or combine together with something else Example Sentences: – If we amalgamate our various resources, the project will be finished more quickly. – Dentists usually amalgamate mercury with silver to...

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  41. JV700 (prolong and cordon)2019/11/08

    Prolong (verb) Definition: 1. to lengthen in extent or duration; 2. to cause something to last longer. Example Sentences: – Janice tried to prolong the effects of my professional teeth whitening by abstaining from coffee...

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  42. JV699 (decadence and continuity)2019/11/07

    Decadence (noun) Definition: a state of decay or a decline in morality Example Sentences: – I believe that our disintegration of moral values is not the cause of our decadence. They are a reflection of...

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  43. JV698 (beholden and affinity)2019/11/06

    Beholden (adjective) Definition: Indebted in response to a kindness, gift, favor, or loan Example Sentences: – Mark felt beholden to his mother for all the hard work she put into raising him. – I am...

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  44. JV697 (empirical and abrogate)2019/11/05

    Empirical (adjective) Definition: Based on observation, experience, or experimentation (rather than on theory or speculation) Example Sentences: – People are generally more prone to listen to advice based on empirical evidence. – She tried to...

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  45. JV696 (widespread and apotheosis)2019/11/04

    Widespread (adjective) Definition: 1. common and occurring widely or affecting many people or places; 2. spread far apart Example Sentences: – The region has been plagued with widespread mudslides due to the unusually heavy rainfall....

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  46. JV695 (apposite and cleave)2019/11/01

    Apposite (adjective) Definition: Highly appropriate and well-suited to the circumstance. Example Sentences: – Since her research was apposite to the topic of the conference, the committee accepted her paper. – Child development is an apposite...

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  47. JV694 (nest and lope)2019/10/31

    Nest (verb / noun) Definition: 1. to fit snugly together or inside one another; 2. to make a comfortable home or make oneself comfortable; 3. to occupy a nest and rear children Example Sentences: –...

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  48. JV693 (multifarious and vex)2019/10/30
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  49. JV692 (precedence and subversive)2019/10/29

    Precendence (noun) Definition: Having importance or priority Example Sentences: – You can’t have a value structure without a hierarchy. They’re the same thing because a value structure means one thing takes precedence over another. –...

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  50. JV691 (snide and jeopardy)2019/10/28

    Snide (adjective) Definition: Insulting or critical in a sarcastic or indirect way. You may have heard the phrase “snide remark.” This usually refers to indirect, and often sarcastic, criticism. If someone is snide, he or...

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  51. JV690 (loiter and despondent)2019/10/25

    Loiter (verb) Definition: 1. to stand around or hang out in an area, without a reason for being there; 2. to move unnecessarily slowly Example Sentences: – The police officer asked the teenagers not to...

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  52. JV689 (befitting and incognito)2019/10/24

    Befitting (adjective) Definition: suitable, fitting, or appropriate to Example Sentences: – It was a very elegant and opulent dinner, with a table setting that was befitting a king. – The Prime Minister was greeted by...

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  53. JV688 (dissipation and minatory)2019/10/23
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  54. JV687 (supercilious and preponderate)2019/10/22
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  55. JV686 (formal and obstinate)2019/10/21

    Formal (adjective) Definition: 1. following established rules, traditions, or conventions; 2. done in an organized and methodical manner; 3. in language, used in a serious or official context, but not in everyday speech; 4. refined...

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  56. JV685 (harness and restrained)2019/10/18

    Harness (verb) Definition: 1. to control and direct something for a purpose; 2. to keep something in check; 3. to put a harness (straps) on an animal Example Sentences: – You should harness your excitement...

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  57. JV684 (exult and parity)2019/10/17

    Exult (verb) Definition: 1. to feel or express great joy or elation; 2. to be triumphant over someone else’s unhappiness Example Sentences: – Steve Jobs used his keynote speech to the press to exult about...

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  58. JV683 (jovial and devise)2019/10/16

    Jovial (adjective) Definition: Friendly and cheerful, Think of the related noun joy, which means “something that gives pleasure.” Jovial describes personalities or moods that are joyful. It is a good compliment for someone who is...

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  59. JV682 (mediate and conciliatory)2019/10/15

    Mediate (verb, adjective) Definition: (v.) 1. to be in a middle position between two others; 2. to attempt to resolve a dispute by acting as a middle man and working with all parties; (adj.) 1....

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  60. JV681 (propensity and din)2019/10/14

    Propensity (noun) Definition: A natural tendency or preference for something. A propensity is a natural inclination to behave a certain way or to like one thing over another. Propensity often refers to a negative tendency,...

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  61. JV680 (antagonist and codify)2019/10/11

    Antagonist (noun) Definition: Antagonist is a more sophisticated way of saying “opponent.” In the body, an antagonist is a muscle that relaxes while another muscle contracts (opposing muscle), while in pharmacology, an antagonist is a...

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  62. JV679 (precocious and epigram)2019/10/10

    Precocious (adjective) Definition: 1. characterized by early development or maturity; 2. blossoming or appearing early (flowers and plants) Example Sentences: – A man that’s fond precociously of stirring the pot, must be a spoon. –...

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  63. JV678 (minute and litigate)2019/10/09

    Minute (adjective) Definition: very small, detailed, or inconsequential Example Sentences: – I am trying to prevent this from happening as much as possible, but sometimes I get too caught up in the minute details of...

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  64. JV677 (stagnation and fanatic)2019/10/08

    Stagnation (noun) Definition: To stagnate means “to stay or remain motionless.” Think of a stagnant (motionless) body of water. Stagnation refers to inactivity or the process of becoming inactive. The word is often used when...

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  65. JV676 (inscrutable and transparent)2019/10/07

    Inscrutable (adjective) Definition: mysterious and not easily analyzed or understood. Inscrutable is often used to describe a person or a person’s facial expressions. To remember the word, think of the related verb scrutinize, which means...

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  66. JV675 (passive and exorbitance)2019/10/04

    Passive (adjective) Definition: 1. not actively participating; 2. obeying with little or no resistance. Think of the related word pass, as it means “allow to go by.” The underlying meaning is that of inactivity. Example...

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  67. JV674 (hypothetical and melancholy)2019/10/03

    Hypothetical (adjective) Definition: being assumed or held as a possibility or idea–theoretical Example Sentences: – There’s an academic tradition called the ‘Last Lecture.’ Hypothetically, if you knew you were going to die and you had...

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  68. JV673 (antithesis and axiom)2019/10/02

    Antithesis (noun) Definition: 1. the exact opposite of something or someone; 2. a use of words or phrases that contrast with each other to create a balanced effect Example Sentences: – His boisterous and loud...

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  69. JV672 (tandem and irrational)2019/10/01

    Tandem (adverb, noun) Definition: (adv.) one behind another; (n.) 1. a close relationship between two or more people or things that depends on cooperation; 2. a bicycle with two seats and two sets of pedals,...

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  70. JV671 (augment and magnanimous)2019/09/30

    Augment (verb) Definition: to increase or make greater by adding something. Example Sentences: – Valour grows by daring, fear grows by holding back, Audacity augments courage – If you want to augment your investment portfolio,...

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  71. JV670 (fusillade and fractious)2019/09/27

    Fusillade (noun) Definition: 1. a rapid discharge of firearms; 2. a sustained attack; 3. an outpouring of something, such as words or emotions. In its figurative sense, a fusillade is an outpouring or onslaught of...

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  72. JV669 (deference and seamless)2019/09/26

    Deference (noun) Definition: 1. polite respect, especially putting another persons interests first; 2. a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others. When learning the word deference, think of the related verb defer,...

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  73. JV668 (heterodoxy and spacious)2019/09/25
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  74. JV667 (engender and disdain)2019/09/24

    Engender (verb) Definition: 1. to create or give rise to; 2. to make children. Engender is often used in business discourse as a more sophisticated way of saying “create” or “bring about.” Example Sentences: –...

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  75. JV666 (eccentric and negligent)2019/09/23

    Eccentric (adjective) Definition: 1. unconventional or unusual; 2. not having a common center Eccentric is also a noun, meaning “an unusual person.” When thinking of the word eccentric, think of “center” and remember that it...

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  76. JV665 (viscous and affluent)2019/09/20

    Viscous (adjective) Definition: sticky, thick, and not flowing very well (said of a liquid) Example Sentences: – I am a beekeeper and what surprised me is that sunflower honey is more viscous than lavender honey....

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  77. JV664 (proximity and command)2019/09/19

    Proximity (noun) Definition: The quality of being near or close together. Proximity is used when describing how near things are to each other and is most often used when referring to distance or time. You...

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  78. JV663 (insolvent and lucid)2019/09/18

    Insolvent (adjective) Definition: Unable to pay off debts–bankrupt Insolvent is derived from the Latin in solventem, which means “not paying.” Insolvent denotes the inability to pay off debts. The noun insolvency refers to a lack...

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  79. JV662 (cower and cornucopia)2019/09/17

    Cower (verb ) Definition: To shrink away in fear. To cower implies that fear roots you to the spot where you stand, and also that you are shivering or trembling with fear and have shrunk...

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  80. JV661 (arbitrary and durable)2019/09/16

    Arbitrary (adjective) Definition: 1.based on individual discretion and preference; 2. chosen or determined at random; 3. in law, based on the decision of a particular judge or court rather than accordance with any rule or...

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  81. JV660 (Larceny and Garbled)2019/09/13

    Larceny (noun) Definition: the act of stealing someone’s property. Larceny is generally used as a legal charge for stealing. Most states break the charge into degrees of larceny that range from petty to grand. Example...

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  82. JV659 (Connote and Solemn)2019/09/12

    Connote (verb) Definition: 1. to imply something additional to the literal meaning of something; 2. to imply a condition or consequence When ideas are connoted, they are not directly stated, but rather implied. Some words...

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  83. JV658 (Demise and Synchronize)2019/09/11

    Demise (noun) Definition: 1. death; 2. the end of something. Demise is used formally or in archaic usage to mean “the death of a person.” It is also used to mean the end or complete...

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  84. JV657 (Epitaph and Valid)2019/09/10

    Epitaph (noun) Definition: a memorial speech, poem, or short bit of writing about someone who has passed away, most often written on a tombstone. An epitaph is written usually shortly after someone dies to commemorate...

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  85. JV656 (Diminutive and Analogous)2019/09/09

    Diminutive (adjective) Definition: Very small. Diminutive means small. A diminutive person is short and small. A diminutive word is a “cute” version of a word or name: for example, “duckling” is a diminutive of “duck”,...

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  86. JV655 (Fortitude and Embarkation)2019/09/06
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  87. JV654 (Altruistic and Angular)2019/09/05

    Altruistic (adjective) Definition: Showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others. When you are altruistic, you are giving to other people–you are committing a selfless act. The noun altruism is the act of kindness or...

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  88. JV653 (Bereft and Nonplussed)2019/09/04

    Bereft (adjective) Definition: 1. deprived of something cared for or about; 2. without something necessary or desirable; 3. feeling loss. The difference between the adjectives bereft and its synonym bereaved is that the latter usually...

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  89. JV652 (Buttress and Ratify)2019/09/03

    Buttress (noun, verb) Definition: (n.) 1. something that gives support; 2. a support, usually made of stone or brick, which supports a building; (v.) to support or reinforce something. Buttress can be used in the...

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  90. JV651 (Curriculum and Forbear)2019/09/02

    Curriculum (noun) Definition: the courses taught at an educational institution, or the details taught in a particular subject. Curricular is the related adjective and relates to academic study. Example Sentences: – It is necessary these...

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  91. JV650 (Constrict and Neologism)2019/08/30

    Constrict (verb) Definition: 1. to draw together or become tight; 2. to limit the natural course of something; 3. to restrict the range and freedom of something. Similar to constrain, to constrict is “to tighten...

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  92. JV649 (Idiosyncrasy and Alienate)2019/08/29

    Idiosyncrasy (noun) Definition: a peculiar way of behaving or thinking that is particular to an individual or group. A person’s idiosyncrasy is a peculiar quirk or habit that makes someone unique. Example Sentences: – Steve...

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  93. JV648 (Adverse and Attribute)2019/08/28

    Adverse (adjective) Definition: 1. characterized by opposition; 2. contrary to one’s interests or welfare; 3. causing harm. Adverse is derived from the Latin adversus, “turned against or hostile.” One may encounter adverse conditions either in...

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  94. JV647 (Dossier and Unprecedented)2019/08/27

    Dossier (noun) Definition: A file of documents or records pertaining to a particular person or topic. Dossier comes from the French word meaning “bundle of papers.” You will often hear the word dossier used in...

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  95. JV646 (Disabuse and Incur)2019/08/26

    Disabuse (verb) Definition: To correct someone’s error, fallacy, or misconception. Disabuse comes from the 17th-century French word desabuser, “to correct someone.” It carried an archaic meaning of “abuse” (a delusion), so that it meant “to...

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  96. JV645 (Pertinent and Pious)2019/08/23
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  97. JV644 (Reprehensible and Arrears)2019/08/22
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  98. JV643 (Contumacious and Biased)2019/08/21
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  99. JV642 (Flourish and Inextricable)2019/08/20

    Flourish (verb) Definition: 1. to grow in strength; 2. to grow in wealth; 3. to thrive and be healthy; 4. to move back and forth in a swinging motion Example Sentences: – My garden flourished...

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Just Vocabulary is a daily 5 minute (audio) podcast aimed at growing your English vocabulary. The JustVocabulary podcast is a daily ESL (English as a Second Language) podcast for learners at an intermediate to advanced level from all around the world. The 5-minute audio podcast is aimed at growing your English vocabulary, and it focusses on SAT and GRE vocabulary. . The goal is to improve and increase your English vocabulary, and help you with English tests like GRE, SAT, TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS. To enhance your learning, you can also access our vocabulary flashcard modules. The English language has a very large vocabulary and the goal of the podcast is to share with the listener the English words that I found whilst reading, listening audiobooks, watching movies, etc. Podcast website – https://justvocabulary.com

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