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hesitant
adj. unsure of oneself
preferable
adj. liked more than others
reluctant
adj. unwilling
bauble
"trinket, ornament such as clothing or jewelry"
creed
n. system of religious belief
lustrous
adj. shining
revert
v. return to
cabinet
n. cupboard with drawers and shelves
pacific
adj. peaceful character
conjunction
n. act of being joined
claimant
n. person making a claim
heredity
n. passing on characteristics from one generation to another
complaisant
adj. willing to please others
besmear
v. cover with a greasy substance
mismanage
v. manage badly
compression
n. state of being squeezed
mandatory
adj. required by law
mouthful
n. a quantity that can fit inside a mouth
euphoric
adj. intense happiness
matrimony
n. marriage
perforate
v. pierce
complicate
v. make something difficult
misanthropic
adj. dislikes humankind
lexicographer
n. person who compiles dictionaries
impair
v. weaken or damage
automaton
n. machine in imitation of a human
reminiscence
n. story told about a past event remembered by the narrator
deforest
v. clear an area of forests
percussion
n. musical instruments played by hitting
plaudits
n. praise
sisterhood
n. relationship between sisters
elasticity
adj. stretchiness
invincible
adj. too powerful to be overcome
conjoin
v. combine
inexhaustible
adj. unable to be used up
rash
adj. not careful
gesticulate
v. use gestures to emphasize one's words
inexpensive
adj. not costly
satiric
n. person who uses satire
maneuver
n. series of movements requiring skills
nowhere
adv. not anywhere
emphatic
adj. showing emphasis
colleague
n. coworker
penetrate
v. succeed in forcing a way into
effigy
n. model of a person
subsequent
adj. following
subliminal
adj. affecting someone's mind without being aware of it
injurious
adj. likely to harm
loath
adj. unwilling
overdo
v. exaggerate
overshadow
v. cast a shadow over
treatise
n. formal written work on a subject
overtone
message not stated out loud but implied
lampoon
v. publicly ridicule
reprisal
n. act of retaliation
dimly
adj. with a dim light
juggle
v. toss and catch balls in the air
catalog
n. complete list of items
restraint
n. the state of controlling one's behavior
vigilance
n. keeping careful watch
papyrus
n. plant material used for making paper
drowsy
adj. sleepy
instructive
adj. useful and informative
concurrent
adj. at the same time
disinherit
v. change one's will
resistance
n. refusal to accept something
outreach
n. system of helping a community
bereave
v. be deprived of a loved one
irk
v. irritate
perplex
v. confuse someone
fresco
n. painting done rapidly in watercolor on wet plaster so it becomes fixed when dried
thermal
adj. of or relating to heat
subservient
adj. obey unquestionably
modify
v. make small changes
anxiety
n. worry about the future