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Brittany & Cody
Words 1-10. Brittany. Animosity Apathy Apprehensive Commend Compatible Condolence Consecrate Decrepit Deride Ingenuous
Animosity. (n.) strong dislike; bitter hostility.
Apathy. (n.) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest.
Apprehensive. (adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future.
Commend. (v.) to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of attention, to commit to the care of.
Compatible. (adj.) able to get along or work well together; capable of use with some other model or system.
Condolence. (n.) an expression of sympathy.
Consecrate. (v.) to make sacred, hallow; to set apart for a special purpose.
Decrepit. (adj.) old and feeble, worn out, ruined.
Deride. (v.) to ridicule, laugh at with contempt.
Ingenuous. (adj.) innocent, simple, frank, sincere.
Words 11-20. Cody. Multifarious Obsolete Omnivorous Parsimonious Quandary Recalcitrant Reprisal Revel Stultify Suave
Multifarious. (adj.) having great variety; numerous and diverse.
Obsolete. (adj.) out-of-date, no longer in use.
Omnivorous. (adj.) eating every kind of food, eagerly taking in everything, having a wide variety of tastes.
Parsimonious. (adj.) stingy, miserly, meager, poor, small.
Quandary. (n.) a state of perplexity or doubt.
Recalcitrant. (adj.) stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority.
Reprisal. (n.) an injury done in return for injury.
Revel. (v.) to take great pleasure in; (n.) a wild celebration.
Stultify. (v.) to make effective or useless, cripple, to have a dulling effect on.
Suave. (adj.) smoothly agreeable or polite; pleasure to the senses.
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