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1610000 Scruitinize - to examine carefully. After carefully scrutinizing his record, the... 254 205 0.9721
1610001 Vindicate - to redeem, to free from blame, to avenge. After the long and arduous... 420 231 0.9845
1610002 Reverence - respect, devotion. Despite his deep reverence for his old teacher, h... 336 222 0.9811
1610003 Substantiate - to prove, to provide reason for. I won't consider accepting your ... 293 242 1.0222
1610004 Superficial - on the surface, shallow, dull. Although years of seeking the teach... 471 225 1.0094
1610005 Arid - extremely dry. It required much preparation to successfully pass through ... 177 275 0.9805
1610006 Hedonist - one valuing pleasure above all else. Aristotle also rejected the argu... 294 226 0.9860
1610007 Extenuating - decreasing the severity, usually of some wrongdoing. Of course you... 332 192 1.0066
1610008 Demagogue - a leader who gains power from exciting the emotions of the masses. T... 259 263 1.0442
1610009 Asylum - place of safety or protection. He provided asylum for the refugees. Aba... 114 1 0.7654
1610010 Abase - to lower in position, to humiliate. She was resolved to never again be a... 336 233 1.0371
1610012 Abscond - to sneak away, to escape. The former employee absconded from the vet c... 315 218 0.9746
1610013 Wane - to decrease. His interest in computer games has been waning since he met ... 250 246 1.0502
1610014 Abhor - to hate. He refused to read the book, saying that he abhors Ayn Rand tha... 311 1 0.9398
1610015 Abstruse - difficult to understand. He was frustrated with the book, saying it w... 256 235 0.9817
1610016 Accentuate - to focus on, emphasize. He had an uncanny tendency to always accent... 185 219 0.9802
1610017 Admonish - to warn, to caution. He was admonished to not skip school again. Vene... 168 268 0.9739
1610018 Veracity - remains, small part of something older. There were vestiges of his ol... 285 1 0.9910
1610019 Affable - friendly, good-natured. He was always popular with women due to his re... 350 230 1.0182
1610020 Anathema - something that is hated. It seemed that work was generally anathema t... 285 267 1.0731
1610021 Manifold - diverse, numerous. I support this decision for manifold reasons, and ... 286 259 0.9964
1610022 Banal - dull, uninteresting, unoriginal. Why is that every history teacher in th... 270 233 0.9637
1610023 Notorious - widely known, often for negative reasons. He was notorious for borro... 284 228 1.0240
1610024 Exigent - urgent, requiring immediate attention. The incident raised awareness o... 240 223 1.0016
1610025 Fastidious - having excessively high standards, demanding. He is never satisfied... 369 217 1.0126
1610026 Gregarious - sociable, enjoying company. Much different than high school, where ... 353 219 1.0096
1610027 Hapless - unlucky, unfortunate. The hapless boy lost his girlfriend and his gold... 311 269 1.0403
1610028 Impetuous - rash, done on a whim. The decision to pull the prank was admittedly ... 231 240 0.9844
1610029 Ingenuous - sincere, candid, innocent. At first I thought he had ulterior motive... 340 242 0.9987
1610030 Invective - a harsh, often personal verbal attack. While he was supposedly criti... 343 241 1.0134
1610031 Vestiges - remains, small part of something older. There were vestiges of his ol... 311 268 1.0625
1610032 Asylum - place of safety or protection. He provided asyulum for the refugees. Ab... 157 242 0.9425
1610033 Abhor - to hate. He refused to read the book, saying that he abhors Ayn Rand and... 286 211 0.9865
1610034 Abject - terrible, wretched. In just a few short decades, the country which had ... 301 229 0.9740
1610035 Yoke - to link, to join. After yoking the animals together, they were able to pu... 177 137 0.9912
1610036 Buffet - to blow, to strike. The waves began to buffet the side of the island wi... 268 241 0.9829
1610037 Discomfit - to defeat, to baffle, to confuse. The behavior of the foreigners was... 255 200 0.9299
1610038 Dogmatic - based strictly on principle, often in a stubborn and unproductive man... 294 234 0.9877
1610039 Insolent - rude, contemptuous. Nobody doubts that he is very talented, but we fe... 281 268 1.0241
1610040 Intimation - a hint, a suggestion. The boss's intimation that they would have to... 231 251 1.0462
1610041 Intractable - difficult to deal with. He had experienced intractable, chronic pa... 272 264 1.0257
1610042 Adumbrate - to foreshadow, to outline. The cease of diplomatic communication adu... 261 220 0.9645
1610043 Gamut - an entire range. The letter raised a whole gamut of issues, and demanded... 258 261 1.0099
1610044 Umbrage - offense, resemblance. He seemed to take great umbrage at even the slig... 265 237 0.9941
1610045 Supplant - to replace, to supersede. That model was supplanted by the newest rel... 344 220 1.0100
1610046 Abrogate - to give up, abolish. Those people who abrogate their responsibility a... 359 243 1.0214
1610047 Aloof - distant, cold in personality, uninterested in something. He accused his ... 261 225 0.9831
1610048 Adjure - to renounce a cause or belief. The struggling regime adjured the milita... 273 234 0.9703
1610049 Plenitude - plenty, a great amount. For the purpose of appearing cultured and in... 377 189 0.9682
1610050 Prognosticate - to forecast or make a prediction. Although his words were initia... 344 231 0.9890
1610051 Propriety - the quality of being polite and having correct behavior. The other p... 342 227 0.9812
1610052 Trenchant - forceful, keen. The report presents a trenchant criticism of the reg... 268 235 0.9848