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SCONCE (N) Candle holder
SUBSIDED (V) Settled down
SURMOUNTED (V) Concerned
TERMINATION (N) The end
TIER (N) A Layer
TROWEL (N) Small tool for laying bricks
WRINGING (V) Shaking
CATACOMBS (N) Series of vaults in an underground place & passage ways that connect them
CIRCUMSCRIBING (Adj) Limiting
CLOAK (N) A cape
CONNOISSEURSHIP (N) An Expert in judgment
DEFINITIVNESS (N) Perfection
EJACULATED (V) Cried out
ENDEAVORED (V) Tried
ERECTED (V) Raised
UTTERANCE (N) Sound
IGNORAMUS (N) An ignorant person
IMPOSED (V) Forced
IMPUNITY (N) Freedom from Consequences
INTERMINGLING (N) Mixing
LEER (N) A grin or smirk
MASON (N) A brick layer
VIRTUOSO (Adj) Masterly skill in a particular field
ABSCONDED (V) Ran away
ACCOSTED (V) Greeted in an aggressive way
AFFLICTED (V) Suffering or sickened
AMONTILLADO (N) A pale, dry sherry
APERTURE (N) Hole or opening
ASTONISHMENT (N) Surprise or shock
AVENGE (V) To take revenge
CASK (N) Container that holds the Amontillado Sherry
EXPLICIT (Adj) Clearly stated
EXTENSIVE (Adj) Far Reaching
FETTERED (V) Chained
FLAGON OF DE GRAVE (N) A kind of alcohol
FLAMBEAUX (N) Torches
GAIT (N) Step
GEMMARY (N) Study of Gems
GESTICULATION (N) Signal
VENTURED (V) Offered
DISSOLVE (V) Break up
IMPEL (V) To move
UNALIENABLE (Adj) Can’t be taken away
DERIVE (V) To get
CONSENT (N) Agreement
ENDOW (V) To give
MEDOC (N) Brand of sherry
MOTLEY (N) A clown’s multicolored costume
SEQUENCE (N) An order
INVALID (N) A disabled person
UNTENANTED (Adj) Empty
DISCOURAGED (Adj) Feeling let down
INFALLIBILITY (N) Unable to fail
EXPECTATIONS (N) The act of expecting
REITERATED (V) To say again & again
ENTRAILS (N) Intestines
PRECARIOUSLY (Adj) Dangerously
UNBEARABLE (Adj) Not able to be stood or taken any longer
DISAPPOINTMENT (N) Feeling let down
TRANSITION (N) A change
COINCIDE (V) Two things at the same place at the same time
AMID (Prep) Among, between
SACRIFICE (N) Something given up
LAPSE (N) Slight error or slip
PRODUCE (N) Fresh fruits or vegetables
IMPERSONAL (Adj) Emotionally distant or cold
ANTICIPATION (N) Eagerly looking forward to something
POSE (V) To stand still
LATERAL (Adj) Sideways
DIAGRAM (N) Picture or graph gfggbhfsfsfs
ASPHALT (N) Concrete
HASTEN (V) To hurry
PEASANT (N) Poor country person
TELEGRAPH (N) The instrument that sends messages with Morse code
CUNNING (Adj) Clever, wise
WHISTLE (N) Noisy instrument
REFRESHMENT (N) Food & drink
INSPECTOR-GENERAL (N) A person who inspects for an organization
GESTURES (N) Motions or signals with hands
Impatient- ( ) quick to anger fgdfdghs
NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT Latin: No one attacks me with impunity
VOID N EMPTINESS
FAMILIAR N A SPIRIT
SYNCHRONOUS (ADJ) OCCuRING OR EXISTING AT THE SAME TIME
CAPACIOuS (adj) ABLE TO HOLD a lot
SIMULTANEOUSLY (ADV) AT THE SAME TIME.
PRECURSORS (N) THINGS THAT PREPARE THE WAY THAT WILL FOLLOW.
INFARED (ADJ) LIGHT WAVES THAT LAY JUST BEyOND THE RED SPECTRUM.
COMMUNICATIONS (N) A system of sending and receiving messages
Parlance (n) A style of speech
ASYNCHRONOUS (ADJ) Not HAPPENING AT THE SAME TIME.
CONVENTIONAL (ADJ) An accepted way of doing things
Narrowband (n) Data communications.
Virtually (adv) almost
Broadband capacity(n) Size of high speed communications network
Medium (n) A substance
Bandwidth (n) The amount of data that can be passing along a communication channel
Converting (V) To change into another form.
Enhancement (V) To make greater, in value,beauty, or effectiveness
Comparable (adj) Equal with others
INTERMEDIARY (adj) In the middle
RESIDENTiAL (adj.) Containing homes
QUERY (n) A question; an inquiry
SERVERS (N) One who serves food and drink
ANALOG (adj) dealing with numbers and measurable quantities
Amiably V Friendly
Buffeted V. Jostled; knocked about
Carnation N A flower
Carriage N Horse drawn vehicle
Civilly Adj Politely
Comparative Adj Relative
Comradely Adj Like a close friend
Encompass V To form a circle
Endeavoring N To work with a set of specific goals
Gallantly N Bravely, polite to women
Matinee N Early performce
Hailed V To call
Haste V Swiftness
Impertinent Adj Rude, impolite
Insatiable Adj Unable to satisfy
Irradiated Adj Gave out
Loitered V To hang around
Omen N Sign foretelling the future
Ominously Adj In a threatening way
Patiently Adj Calmly without complaint
Permanent N Long lasting
Precisely Adj Exactly
Refereed V Officiated
Resole V Put on a new bottom on a shoe
Shod N All ready put a shoe on
Soberly Adj Seriously
Solemnly Adj Seriously
Sullen Adj Gloomy
Unwittingly Adj Unknowingly
Predominating Adj Adj Most often
Vestibule V V Entryway Entryway
Subsiding V Relaxing, falling Relaxing, falling
Unassuming Adj Adj Plain, simple Plain, simple
Contracting N Shrinking Shrinking
Ransacking V Searching Searching
Ornamentation N Decoration Decoration
Intoxication N State of Joy
Prudence N Commonsense Commonsense
Truant N A person cutting school A person cutting school
Laboriously AdjWork, With difficulty
Idiocy N Something stupid or foolish
Inconsequential Adj Unimportant Unimportant
Scrutiny N Examination Examination
Coveted V Desired Desired
Singe V Burned Burned
Ardent Adj AdjPassionate
Instigates V Begins, urges
IMPECCABLE ADJ PERFECT
STIPPLED ADJ SPOTTED
EARNESTLY ADV HONESTLY
IDYLL N ROMANTIC SETTING
RECIPROCATE V RETURN
SUMMON V TO GATHER
NOCTURNAL ADJ NIGHT TIME
PINED V TO SUFFER
VAINLY ADV HOPELESSLY
ARDENT ADJ PASSIONATE
GOSSAMER ADJ LIGHT THIN FILMY
PREPOSTEROUS ADJ ABSURD
REPRESS V HELD BACK
NONSENSICAL ADJ STUPID
INEFFICIENT ADJ WASTEFUL
REMEDY V FIX
BEGRUDGE V HATE
BEWITCHING ADJ CHARMING
ADVANTAGEOUS ADJ HELPFUL
ENGENDERED ADJ PRODUCED
AGITATED ADJ TROBLED
REVERBERATE V TO ECHO
RELUCTANT ADJ Unwilling
INPROPABLY ADV Unlikely
BOUQUET N A bunch
ADORNED V Decorated
DESCENT N Fall
RECEDE V To retreat fade
MENANCING ADJ Threatening
VENDOR N Salesperson
SULTRY ADJ Hot
ALCOVE N Niche
CLAMOR N Shout
SIBILANTS N Hisses
Niche (Noun) Cubby hole
Niter (Noun) A chemical that encrusts the catacombs
Obstinate (Adj) Stubborn
Palazzo (Noun) Museum or a room
Perceive (Verb) Observe
Whither (Adverb) Where
DOGMAS N Firmly held beliefs
PARCHED V Dried up by heat
ARCHAEOLOIST N Person who studies remains of ancient ways of life
BUREAUCRATIC Adj Relating to or having the characteristics of a bureaucracy or a bureaucrat
INERTIA V Resistance to motion
REGIME N Belonging to a regulated system
SUPPRESSION V The act of being suppressed
COLLABORATION V Working together
IMPERIALIST V A person from a country that seeks to dominate weaker country
SPECULATES V Meditate on a subject
BALLYHOO V Noisy shouting
CAUCASIAN N Race with white skin
MEDDLERS N An annoying person who interferes with others
FLUMMOXED V To be confused
THUNDERSTRUCK Adj. Suddenly surprised
SUBJUGATION V enslavement
RECONCILE V bring into agreement
LINGUISTIC Adj. Of or relating to language or linguisties
ANTHROPOLOGICAL GENETICIST N someone who studies the development of humans through their genes
ASTOUNDINGLY V to strike with sudden wonder
ARTIFACTS N relic of the past
UNSOLVED MYSTERIES N information that is not known completely
ARCHAEOLOGY N someone who studies the past human life and culture
ANTHROPOLOGY N the scientific study of the development of humans by their culture
GENETICS N study of the origin or development of heredity
SWADDLING V wrapped in bandages
AMBER N a brownish yellow stone
NEGOTIATIONS N the process of negotiating
RADIOCARBON N radioactive isotope of carbon
MONUMENTAL Adj. Sturdy and enduring
ROB C RCC
conclusion Noun The end
Fortunate Coming by good look
solicitor Noun A lawyer
suddenly Adverb With out warning quickly.
Vacancy Adverb Available opening an empty spot
Avail\ verb To be of help
propagation Noun Creation of the generation to reproduce
Debts Noun Money owed
Dejected Noun Sad in low sprits
Purely Adjective To be clean and not dirty
persuaded To cause some to change their mind
observed To practice nice holiday
Reasoned Verb To persuade to discuss logically
DETERMINED (V) Decided firm
FEATURELESS (V) Not standing out
COMPLIMENT (N) Approval nice words
MANAGER (N) Person in charge of business
TENACIOUS (Adj) Sticking to a goal
CORRIDOR (N) An enclosed hallway
VIRTUE (N) Moral excellence goodness
THOROUGHFARE (N) Main roads between cities
VULNERABLE (Adj) Able to be hurt
OCCASION (N) An event
NAPOLEON (N) French general who became emperor of French
SWIFTLY (Adv) Moving with great speed
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Gaunt Adj. -Thin
LURCHED (V) Stagger
ARCHITECT (N) Designer
IMMENSE (Adj) Huge
ROOST (V) Rest
BAWL (V) Cry
LEMMINGS (N) Rodents
CORRIDORS (N) Hallways
ENCROACH (Adj) To intrude or interfere
DUSK (N) Sunset
MULTITUDINOUS (Adj) Numerous
RUSTLE (V) To crunch
INNUMERABLE (Adj) Numerous
INJUNCTION (N) Command
THRUST (V) To Shove
INVOICES (N) Bills
ABSTRACTS (N) Summaries
CUSTOMARY (Adj) Normal
THRONG (N) Crowd
LIFTS (N) Elevators (British)
STACCATO (Adj) Faltering, Shaking
FAINT (Adj) Weak
PREMISES (N) Building, Area
ESTABLISHED (Adj) Permanent
TANTALIZINGLY (Adv) Teasingly
PERIDOTS (N) Yellowish green gemstone
WITHERING (Adj) Fading
RETORT (V) To snap
COAX (V) To charm
FORBIDDING (Adj) Unwelcoming
SUITE (N) Group
VOLLEY (N) Group
WAFT (N) Breath, gust
Recede (V) To retreat or fade
MENACING (Adj) Threatening
CLAMOR (N) Shout
VENDOR (N) Salesperson
SULTRY (Adj) Hot
ALCOVE (N) Niche
SIBILANTS (N) Hisses
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