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parentage
n. origin
liable
adj. responsible by law
alternate
adj. taking the place of
inglorious
adj. causing shame
venereal
adj. relating to sex
hospitality
n. being friendly to visitors
courageous
adj. brave
offshoot
n. a thing that developed from something else
rejoin
v. join again
unyoke
v. release animal
understate
v. describe as less important than it actually is
philosophize
v. theorize about serious issues
bestial
adj. like an animal
dead-heat
n. when two competitors in a race are even
engross
v. show complete interest
amenity
n. desirable facilities
brazen
adj. without shame
version
n. a particular form differing from other forms
aplomb
n. self-confidence
heartrending
adj. heart-breaking
inconsistent
adj. not staying the same
reconcilable
adj. restore friendly relations
façade
n. front of a building
depopulate
v. reduce population
inversion
n. flipping of normal order
forejudge
v. judge before knowing the facts
ravenous
adj. extremely hungry
nihilism
n. the belief that life is meaningless
gaseous
adj. in a gas state
sextet
n. group of six singers
default
v. failure to do something ordered by law
peerless
adj. matchless
juicy
adj. full of juice
authentic
adj. genuine
torpor
n. tiredness
reestablish
v. restore
refurbish
v. restore to former good condition
conviction
n. strongly held thought
opinion
n. personal view
venison
n. deer meat
ante
v. money put up by a poker player before receiving cards
huckster
n. door-to-door salesperson
inapprehensible
adj. not capable of being understood
proletarian
n. working class people
incumbent
adj. currently holding an office
frantic
adj. hurried
remorse
n. deep regret
congregate
v. gather in a group
migrate
v. move according to the seasons
resigned
adj. accepting of the inevitable
deposition
n. giving testimony in court
advent
"n. arrival of an important person, event, thing"
plaudit
n. praise
famish
"adj. extremely hungry, starved"
insistent
adj. not allowing refusal
permanence
adj. state of lasting forever
midwife
n. person trained to assist women in childbirth
assay
v. testing a substance to determine its ingredients and quality
glimmer
v. faintly shine
linear
adj. arranged in a line
inmost
adj. most private and deeply felt
transpire
v. happen
dissident
n. person who opposes government control
accordion
n. kind of portable instrument
disappoint
v. not meet expectations
secondary
v. happening second
constable
n. officer with limited authority
atonement
n. trying to fix a mistake
august
adj. respected
waistcoat
n. vest worn in-between a shirt and jacket
generosity
n. ready to donate time or money
impure
adj. not pure
realism
n. quality of representing something true to life
exposure
n. media coverage
buoyancy
n. being able to float