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out-of-the-way
adj. hard to get to
handwriting
n. the shape or style of writing by hand
predicament
n. difficult or dangerous situation
calibrate
v. mark with a scale
uncommon
adj. not common
gladden
v. make glad
folk-lore
n. collection of popular tales
scuttle
v. move with many legs
graceless
adj. without grace
panel
n. group of experts
inroad
n. progress
stifle
v. deny air to
mantel
n. shelf above a fireplace
competitive
adj. enjoying competition
hindmost
adj. at the very back
sorcery
n. the practice of dark magic
technicality
n. small technical detail
bask
v. lie in sunlight
worst
v. be defeated
scabbard
n. sheath for weapon
methodical
adj. done systematically
occult
n. supernatural phenomena
wee
adj. little
matter
n. physical substance in general
possession
n. state of possessing
pompous
adj. fond of the sound of their own voice
inkling
n. hunch
tout
v. sell
mottle
v. cover in patchy color
garish
adj. distastefully noisy or colorful
cantankerous
adj. cranky
requital
n. the returning of a favor
flabbergasted
adj. extremely surprised
auburn
adj. reddy-brown
ordnance
n. artillery
peevish
adj. easily angered
rigmarole
n. needlessly complicated action
guileless
adj. having no hidden intentions
lackadaisical
adj. carefree
corollary
"inevitable result, natural consequence"
eponymous
adj. having the same name
outrigger
n. stabiliser for a canoe
simper
v. laugh in a coy way
ruse
n. scheme
benighted
adj. ignorant
conundrum
n. puzzle
heterogeneity
n. the state of having different properties
ligature
n. strap
equilibrium
n. state in which opposing forces are balanced
peter
v. decrease gradually
cardinal
adj. to do with number
tercentenary
n. three hundred year anniversary
derisible
adj. worthy of ridicule
chide
v. tell off
steppe
n. large flat Russian plain
multiform
adj. having many different forms
appalling
adj. shocking and disgusting
belated
adj. coming later than hoped
federation
n. collection of smaller states into a larger nation
galvanise
v. inspire
gnomic
adj. short and enigmatic
grounds
n. evidence
gynocracy
n. rule by women
head first
"adv. precipitately, rashly"
hierarchy
n. system of ranking people
ichthyosaur
n. prehistoric aquatic lizard
in lieu
adv. instead
mar
v. impair the appearance
milieu
n. setting
passable
"adj. satisfactory, but not outstanding"
portentous
adj. acting as a sign for the future
precipitous
adj. very steep
preponderance
n. the state of being more in number
prescribe
"v. recommend, authorize"
proximate
adj. immediate