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bibliomania
n. love of books
christen
v. use for the first time
compound
v. make worse
incisive
adj. intelligent and clear-thinking
seethe
v. boil with anger
simplify
v. make simpler
nowadays
adv. these days
competent
adj. having some skill
mantle
n. important responsibility or role
pharmacy
n. drugstore
incursion
n. small-scale invasion
expatriate
n. citizen of one country living in another
dignitary
n. important person
unnatural
adj. not natural
discriminate
v. acknowledge a difference
degrade
v. lower the quality or status of
allot
v. give or apportion
testament
n. someone's will
gaiety
n. light happiness
almanac
n. book of codified information
refer
v. direct attention
evidential
adj. acting as evidence
corpse
n. dead body
optic
adj. to do with vision
projection
n. forecast
economize
v. scrimp and save
logical
adj. behaving according to the rules of logic
profane
"adj. not religious, obscene"
conceive
v. create a baby
illogical
adj. not behaving according to the rules of logic
leaven
v. add yeast to
disregard
v. pay no attention to
assessor
n. one who examines
maroon
adj. dark browny red
effective
adj. having an effect
irate
adj. angry
disclose
v. reveal
elusive
"hard to find, difficult to capture, perceive"
professor
n. teacher at a college
alchemy
n. the art of turning cheap metals into gold
Bowdlerize
v. censor
righteousness
n. the state of being blessed
requisite
adj. necessary
payee
n. one who is payed
juridical
adj. to do with the process of law
solicitor
n. business-to-business salesman
dispatch
v. send off
gigantic
adj. enormous
secondly
adv. coming second
conferee
n. one on whom a title is conferred
non-resident
n. someone who does not live here
wretchedness
n. the state of being wretched or pitiful
involve
v. include
reiterate
say or write again repeatedly
educe
v. bring out
granule
n. small grain
misdemeanor
n. small crime
bilingual
adj. speaking two languages
celerity
n. rapidity
debonair
adj. stylish and sophisticated
decent
adj. morally good
Unitarian
n. Christian who rejects the idea of the Trinity
octagon
n. shape with eight sides
naturally
adv. of course
counterpart
n. thing having the same qualities or responsibilities as another thing
numerical
adj. made out of numbers
retroactive
adj. acting backwards in time
egoism
n. selfishness
underwrite
v. agree to support financially
ennoble
v. make into a lord
botany
n. the study of flowers and plants
terrify
v. make afraid
malinger
v. get out of work by lying
cipher
n. secret code
evoke
v. bring to mind