Level 32 Level 34

67 words 0 ignored

Ready to learn       Ready to review

Ignore words

Check the boxes below to ignore/unignore words, then click save at the bottom. Ignored words will never appear in any learning session.

All None

Ignore?
obsolete
adj. no longer useful; outmoded; antiquated
obstetrician
n. physician specializing in delivery of babies
obstinate
adj. stubborn
obstreperous
adj. boisterous; noisy
obtrude
v. push (oneself or one's ideas) forward or intrude; butt in; stick out or extrude
obtuse
adj. blunt; stupid
obviate
v. prevent; make unnecessary
odious
adj. hateful; vile
odium
n. strong dislike or contempt; hatefulness; disrepute
odorous
adj. having an odor
odyssey
n. long; eventful journey
offensive
adj. attacking; insulting; distasteful
offhand
adj. casual; done without prior thought
officious
adj. meddlesome; excessively pushy in offering one'services
ogle
v. look at amorously; make eyes at
olfactory
adj. concerning the sense of smell
oligarchy
n. government by a privileged few
ominous
adj. threatening
omnipotent
adj. all-powerful
omnipresent
adj. universally presented; ubiquitous
omniscient
adj. all-knowing
omnivorous
adj. eating both plant and animal food; devouring anything
onerous
adj. burdensome
onset
n. beginning; attack
onus
n. burden; responsibility
opalescent
adj. iridescent; lustrous
opaque
adj. dark; not transparent
opiate
n. medicine to induce sleep or deaden pain; sth that relieves emotions or causes inaction
opportune
adj. timely; well-chosen
opportunist
n. individual who sacrifices principles for expediency by taking advantage of circumstances
optician
n. maker and seller of eyeglasses
optimist
n. person who looks on the good side
optimum
adj. most favorable
optional
adj. not obligatory; left to one's choice
opulence
n. extreme wealth; luxuriousness; abundance
opus
n. work
oracular
adj. prophetic; uttered as if with divined authority; mysterious or ambiguous
orator
n. public speaker
ordain
v. decree or command; grant holy orders; predestine
ordeal
n. severe trial or affliction
ordinance
n. decree
ordination
n. ceremony making somebody a minister
orgy
n. wild; drunken revelry; unrestrained indulgence in a tendency
orient
v. get one's bearing; adjust
orientation
n. act of finding oneself in society
ornate
adj. excessively or elaborately decorated
ornithologist
n. scientific student of birds
ornithology
n. study of birds
orthodox
adj. traditional; conservative in belief
oscillate
v. vibrate pendulum-like; waver
ossify
v. charge or harden into bone
ostensible
adj. apparent; professed; pretended
ostentatious
adj. showy; pretentious; trying to attract attention
ostracize
v. shun; exclude from public favor; ban
oust
v. expel; drive out
outlandish
adj. bizarre; peculiar; unconventional
outmoded
adj. no longer stylish; old-fashioned
outskirts
n. fringes; outer borders
outspoken
adj. candid; blunt
outstrip
v. surpass; outdo
outwit
v. outsmart; trick
ovation
n. enthusiastic applause
overbearing
adj. bossy and arrogant; decisively important
overt
adj. open to view
overwrought
adj. extremely agitated; hysterical
pachyderm
n. thick-skinned animal
pacifist
n. one opposed to forces; antimilitarist