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RETRACT TO DRAW BACK; WITHDRAW
INVINCIBLE UNABLE TO BE CONQUERED
PETULANT IRRITABLE; SHORT - TEMPERED
INTRACTABLE STUBBORN; OBSTINATE
EVINCE TO ESTABLISH
CONDUCIVE SUPPORTIVE; ENCOURAGING
DEDUCE TO INFER
IMPETUOUS ACTING PASSIONATELY AND WITHOUT FORETHOUGHT
INDUCE TO LEAD TOWARD SOME ACTION
INFRACTION MINOR VIOLATION OF A RULE OR LAW
INCISIVE SHARPLY CUTTING; DIRECT AND POWERFUL
ANATOMY THE STRUCTURE OR PARTS, TAKEN AS A WHOLE
PUNGENT STINGING OR BITING, ESPECIALLY IN TASTE OR SMELL
COMPUNCTION FEELING OF REGRET OR REMORSE
FRACTIOUS TENDING TO ARGUE OR CAUSE DISCORD
EXCISE TO CUT OFF; REMOVE
TOME A LARGE AND SERIOUS BOOK
COMPEL TO FORCE OR STRONGLY PERSUADE
CONJECTURE A GUESS, OFTEN ONE BASED ON FAULTY EVIDENCE
REMISS FAILING TO FULFILL ONE’S DUTY
DEJECTED DOWNCAST OR SAD
MOTIVE CAUSE FOR ACTION
EMOTE TO DRAMATICALLY EXPRESS EMOTIONS
DISMISSIVE SHOWING LITTLE REGARD; SCORNFUL
EXPEL TO SEND OUT OR AWAY
DEVIATE TO DEPART, ESPECIALLY FROM A PATH OR A PLAN
CONFER TO DISCUSS SOMETHING WITH SOMEONE ELSE
CONCISE BRIEF AND STRAIGHTFORWARD
COMPORTMENT MANNER IN WHICH ONE ACTS OR BEHAVES
OBVIATE TO MAKE UNNECESSARY; TO AVOID
IMPERVIOUS UNABLE TO BE AFFECTED
DEFER TO PUT ASIDE UNTIL LATER
APPARITION AN UNREAL FIGURE; A GHOST
PUPORTED CLAIMED AS TRUE, BUT PROBABLY FALSE
VISAGE FACE; FACIAL EXPRESSION
ASPECT A PART THAT CAN BE CONSIDERED OR VIEWED
PERSPICACIOUS WISE; INSIGHTFUL
PHENOMENON A FACT OR EVENT WHICH CAN BE OBSERVED AND/OR DOCUMENTED
EPITOME THE BEST EXAMPLE
EPIPHANY A MOMENT OF GREAT INSIGHT
EMISSARY AN AGENT SENT ON A MISSION
PROFUSE PLENTIFUL; ABUNDANT
INCOHERENT NOT ABLE TO BE UNDERSTOOD
RESOLUTE DETERMINED; STEADFAST
EFFUSIVE OVERFLOWING WITH WORDS OR FEELINGS
DISSOLUTE DEVOTED TO SENSUAL PLEASURE; LACKING MORAL RESTRAINT
DISPARATE DIFFERENT OR DIVERSE
SACRILEGE AN ACT AGAINST A HOLY PERSON OR PLACE
DIFFUSE SPREAD OUT; NOT FOCUSED ON ONE PLACE
FACSIMILE A COPY OR IMITATION
STATURE LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT OR AUTHORITY; STANDING
INFRASTRUCTURE THE BASIC FRAMEWORK OF A BUILDING OR SYSTEM
PROPONENT ONE WHO ARGUES IN FAVOR OF
DESTITUTE HAVING NO MONEY; POOR
FACTOTUM AN ASSISTANT WHO DOES A VARIETY OF JOBS
RECOLLECT TO REMEMBER; TO RECALL
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Prefix: “In”= “not” LATIN ROOT: “VINCERE, VICTUM”= “TO CONQUER”
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