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Aegis – (n) protection; patronage *** aEGiS – egg shell protects egg
Apprise – (v) inform; notify ***advise
Bibulous – (adj) fond of drinking; inebrious *** bebir = to drink in Spanish
Claque – (n) fan club; people hired to applaud ***a claque would clap for their team
Deracinate – (v) uproot; eliminate all traces of; eradicate ***eliminate, eradicate
Eleemosynary – (adj) charitable; philanthropic *** charity
Indigenous- (adj) originating in the nation where found; native; inborn *** “in the genes”
Lachrymose – (adj) given to tears; mournful; tearful *** morose
Lexicon – (n) – dictionary of a language; glossary; wordbook *** language
Melee – (n) confused struggle; violent free-for-all; brawl; scuffle *** “Hey, Hey! Stop that MELEE!”
Microcosm – (n) a miniature world; model of larger system *** microscopic cosmos
Miniscule – (adj) very small, tiny (n) lowercase letter *** miniature
Obfuscate – (v) to darken; to confuse or bewilder *** to obscure
Paternalism – (n) policy of treating or governing as a father does with his children *** paternity
Polarize – (v) to cause to concentrate around two conflicting positions; divide; alienate *** be positioned at opposite poles
Purview – (n) range or scope of something; jurisdiction *** be in view
Sanguine – (adj) having a ruddy complexion; cheerful; flushed; rosy *** when we win my face is sanguine!
Solecism – (n) ungrammatical usage; misusage; blunder; faux pas *** don’t sing a SOLO if you have a bad voice!
Vassal – (n) a subordinate or dependent; a servant (adj) subservient *** my vassal cleans my castle
Verisimilitude – (n) quality of appearing to be true; realism; lifelikeness *** very true to similar to
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Obfuscate : verb definition: to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy to make obscure or unclear to make obscure or unclear to.
Definition: 1.to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy 2. to make obscure or unclear 3. to darken.
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A thesaurus lists words as entries, similar to the dictionary. Big adjective 1. ◊ colossal, enormous, gigantic, huge, immense, large My St. Bernard.
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God is good, we sing and shout it. God is good, we sing and shout it. God is good, we celebrate. God is good, no more we doubt it. God is good, we know.
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Micro- tiny, very small Microbiology (n) the study of the smallest forms of life such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses My teacher began a lesson on microbiology.
Big Sing – You Gotta Be. Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh Listen as your day unfolds, Challenge what the future holds, Try and keep your head up to the sky.
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Micro tiny, very small. a tiny world in comparison to a larger world.
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