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nauseate
v. cause to become sick; fill with disgust
nautical
adj. pertaining to ships or navigation
navigable
adj. wide and deep enough to allow ships to pass through; able to be steered
nebulous
adj. vague; hazy; cloudy
necromancy
n. black magic; dealings with dead
nefarious
adj. very wicked
negate
v. cancel out; nullify; deny
negligence
n. neglect; failure to take reasonable care
negligible
adj. so small; trifling; unimportant that it may be easily disregarded
nemesis
n. somebody seeking revenge
neologism
n. new or newly coined word or phrase
neophyte
n. recent covert; beginner
nepotism
n. favoritism (to a relative)
nettle
v. annoy; vex
neutral
adj. impartial; not supporting one side over another
nicety
n. subtlety; precision; minute distinction; fine point
nihilist
n. one who believes traditional beliefs to be groundless and existence meaningless; absolute skeptic; revolutionary terrorist
nip
v. stop something's growth or development; snip off; bite; make numb with cold
nirvana
n. in Buddhist teachings; the ideal state in which the individual loses himself in the attainment of an impersonal beatitude
nocturnal
adj. done at night
noisome
adj. foul-smelling; unwholesome
nomadic
adj. wandering
nomenclature
n. terminology; system of names
nominal
adj. in name only; trifling
nonchalance
n. indifference; lack of concern; composure
noncommittal
adj. neutral; unpledged; undecided
nondescript
adj. not distinctive; ordinary
nonentity
n. person of no important; nonexistence
nonplus
v. bring to halt by confusion; perplex
nostalgia
n. homesickness; longing for the past
notable
adj. conspicuous; important; distinguished
notoriety
n. disrepute; ill fame
novelty
n. something new; newness
novice
n. beginner
noxious
adj. harmful
nuance
n. shade of difference in meaning or color; subtle distinction
nullify
v. make invalid
numismatist
n. person who collects coins
nuptial
adj. related to marriage
nurture
v. nourish; educate; foster
nutrient
n. nourishing substance
oaf
n. stupid; awkward person
obdurate
adj. stubborn
obese
adj. fat
obfuscate
v. confuse; muddle; cause confusion; make needlessly complex
obituary
n. death notice
objective
adj. not influenced by emotions; fair
objective
n. goal; aim
obligatory
adj. binding; required
oblique
adj. indirect; slanting (deviating from the perpendicular or a straight line)
obliterate
v. destroy completely
oblivion
n. obscurity; forgetfulness
oblivious
adj. inattentive or unmindful; wholly absorbed
obnoxious
adj. offensive; objectionable
obscure
adj. dark; vague; unclear
obscure
v. darken; make unclear
obsequious
adj. slavishly attentive; servile; sycophantic
obsessive
adj. related to thinking about something constantly; preoccupying