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2 SCONCE (N) Candle holder

3 SUBSIDED (V) Settled down

4 SURMOUNTED (V) Concerned

5 TERMINATION (N) The end

6 TIER (N) A Layer

7 TROWEL (N) Small tool for laying bricks

8 WRINGING (V) Shaking

9 CATACOMBS (N) Series of vaults in an underground place & passage ways that connect them

10 CIRCUMSCRIBING (Adj) Limiting

11 CLOAK (N) A cape

12 CONNOISSEURSHIP (N) An Expert in judgment

13 DEFINITIVNESS (N) Perfection

14 EJACULATED (V) Cried out

15 ENDEAVORED (V) Tried

16 ERECTED (V) Raised

17 UTTERANCE (N) Sound

18 IGNORAMUS (N) An ignorant person

19 IMPOSED (V) Forced

20 IMPUNITY (N) Freedom from Consequences

21 INTERMINGLING (N) Mixing

22 LEER (N) A grin or smirk

23 MASON (N) A brick layer

24 VIRTUOSO (Adj) Masterly skill in a particular field

25 ABSCONDED (V) Ran away

26 ACCOSTED (V) Greeted in an aggressive way

27 AFFLICTED (V) Suffering or sickened

28 AMONTILLADO (N) A pale, dry sherry

29 APERTURE (N) Hole or opening

30 ASTONISHMENT (N) Surprise or shock

31 AVENGE (V) To take revenge

32 CASK (N) Container that holds the Amontillado Sherry

33 EXPLICIT (Adj) Clearly stated

34 EXTENSIVE (Adj) Far Reaching

35 FETTERED (V) Chained

36 FLAGON OF DE GRAVE (N) A kind of alcohol

37 FLAMBEAUX (N) Torches

38 GAIT (N) Step

39 GEMMARY (N) Study of Gems

40 GESTICULATION (N) Signal

41 VENTURED (V) Offered

42 DISSOLVE (V) Break up

43 IMPEL (V) To move

44 UNALIENABLE (Adj) Can’t be taken away

45 DERIVE (V) To get

46 CONSENT (N) Agreement

47 ENDOW (V) To give

48 MEDOC (N) Brand of sherry

49 MOTLEY (N) A clown’s multicolored costume

50 SEQUENCE (N) An order

51 INVALID (N) A disabled person

52 UNTENANTED (Adj) Empty

53 DISCOURAGED (Adj) Feeling let down

54 INFALLIBILITY (N) Unable to fail

55 EXPECTATIONS (N) The act of expecting

56 REITERATED (V) To say again & again

57 ENTRAILS (N) Intestines

58 PRECARIOUSLY (Adj) Dangerously

59 UNBEARABLE (Adj) Not able to be stood or taken any longer

60 DISAPPOINTMENT (N) Feeling let down

61 TRANSITION (N) A change

62 COINCIDE (V) Two things at the same place at the same time

63 AMID (Prep) Among, between

64 SACRIFICE (N) Something given up

65 LAPSE (N) Slight error or slip

66 PRODUCE (N) Fresh fruits or vegetables

67 IMPERSONAL (Adj) Emotionally distant or cold

68 ANTICIPATION (N) Eagerly looking forward to something

69 POSE (V) To stand still

70 LATERAL (Adj) Sideways

71 DIAGRAM (N) Picture or graph gfggbhfsfsfs

72 ASPHALT (N) Concrete

73 HASTEN (V) To hurry

74 PEASANT (N) Poor country person

75 TELEGRAPH (N) The instrument that sends messages with Morse code

76 CUNNING (Adj) Clever, wise

77 WHISTLE (N) Noisy instrument

78 REFRESHMENT (N) Food & drink

79 INSPECTOR-GENERAL (N) A person who inspects for an organization

80 GESTURES (N) Motions or signals with hands

81 Impatient- ( ) quick to anger fgdfdghs

82 NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT Latin: No one attacks me with impunity

83 VOID N EMPTINESS

84 FAMILIAR N A SPIRIT

85 SYNCHRONOUS (ADJ) OCCuRING OR EXISTING AT THE SAME TIME

86 CAPACIOuS (adj) ABLE TO HOLD a lot

87 SIMULTANEOUSLY (ADV) AT THE SAME TIME.

88 PRECURSORS (N) THINGS THAT PREPARE THE WAY THAT WILL FOLLOW.

89 INFARED (ADJ) LIGHT WAVES THAT LAY JUST BEyOND THE RED SPECTRUM.

90 COMMUNICATIONS (N) A system of sending and receiving messages

91 Parlance (n) A style of speech

92 ASYNCHRONOUS (ADJ) Not HAPPENING AT THE SAME TIME.

93 CONVENTIONAL (ADJ) An accepted way of doing things

94 Narrowband (n) Data communications.

95 Virtually (adv) almost

96 Broadband capacity(n) Size of high speed communications network

97 Medium (n) A substance

98 Bandwidth (n) The amount of data that can be passing along a communication channel

99 Converting (V) To change into another form.

100 Enhancement (V) To make greater, in value,beauty, or effectiveness

101 Comparable (adj) Equal with others

102 INTERMEDIARY (adj) In the middle

103 RESIDENTiAL (adj.) Containing homes

104 QUERY (n) A question; an inquiry

105 SERVERS (N) One who serves food and drink

106 ANALOG (adj) dealing with numbers and measurable quantities

107 Amiably V Friendly

108 Buffeted V. Jostled; knocked about

109 Carnation N A flower

110 Carriage N Horse drawn vehicle

111 Civilly Adj Politely

112 Comparative Adj Relative

113 Comradely Adj Like a close friend

114 Encompass V To form a circle

115 Endeavoring N To work with a set of specific goals

116 Gallantly N Bravely, polite to women

117 Matinee N Early performce

118 Hailed V To call

119 Haste V Swiftness

120 Impertinent Adj Rude, impolite

121 Insatiable Adj Unable to satisfy

122 Irradiated Adj Gave out

123 Loitered V To hang around

124 Omen N Sign foretelling the future

125 Ominously Adj In a threatening way

126 Patiently Adj Calmly without complaint

127 Permanent N Long lasting

128 Precisely Adj Exactly

129 Refereed V Officiated

130 Resole V Put on a new bottom on a shoe

131 Shod N All ready put a shoe on

132 Soberly Adj Seriously

133 Solemnly Adj Seriously

134 Sullen Adj Gloomy

135 Unwittingly Adj Unknowingly

136 Predominating Adj Adj Most often

137 Vestibule V V Entryway Entryway

138 Appertaining VRelating

139 Subsiding V Relaxing, falling Relaxing, falling

140 Unassuming Adj Adj Plain, simple Plain, simple

141 Contracting N Shrinking Shrinking

142 Faltered VHesitated

143 Ransacking V Searching Searching

144 Ornamentation N Decoration Decoration

145 Intoxication N State of Joy

146 Prudence N Commonsense Commonsense

147 Truant N A person cutting school A person cutting school

148 Laboriously AdjWork, With difficulty

149 Idiocy N Something stupid or foolish

150 Inconsequential Adj Unimportant Unimportant

151 Scrutiny N Examination Examination

152 Assertion NStatement

153 Necessitating VRequiring

154 Tresses NHair

155 Coveted V Desired Desired

156 Adornment NDecoration

157 Singe V Burned Burned

158 Ardent Adj AdjPassionate

159 Instigates V Begins, urges

160 IMPECCABLE ADJ PERFECT

161 STIPPLED ADJ SPOTTED

162 EARNESTLY ADV HONESTLY

163 IDYLL N ROMANTIC SETTING

164 RECIPROCATE V RETURN

165 SUMMON V TO GATHER

166 NOCTURNAL ADJ NIGHT TIME

167 PINED V TO SUFFER

168 VAINLY ADV HOPELESSLY

169 ARDENT ADJ PASSIONATE

170 GOSSAMER ADJ LIGHT THIN FILMY

171 PREPOSTEROUS ADJ ABSURD

172 REPRESS V HELD BACK

173 NONSENSICAL ADJ STUPID

174 INEFFICIENT ADJ WASTEFUL

175 REMEDY V FIX

176 BEGRUDGE V HATE

177 BEWITCHING ADJ CHARMING

178 ADVANTAGEOUS ADJ HELPFUL

179 ENGENDERED ADJ PRODUCED

180 AGITATED ADJ TROBLED

181 REVERBERATE V TO ECHO

182 RELUCTANT ADJ Unwilling

183 INPROPABLY ADV Unlikely

184 BOUQUET N A bunch

185 ADORNED V Decorated

186 DESCENT N Fall

187 RECEDE V To retreat fade

188 MENANCING ADJ Threatening

189 VENDOR N Salesperson

190 SULTRY ADJ Hot

191 ALCOVE N Niche

192 CLAMOR N Shout

193 SIBILANTS N Hisses

194 Niche (Noun) Cubby hole

195 Niter (Noun) A chemical that encrusts the catacombs

196 Obstinate (Adj) Stubborn

197 Palazzo (Noun) Museum or a room

198 Perceive (Verb) Observe

199 Whither (Adverb) Where

200 DOGMAS N Firmly held beliefs

201 PARCHED V Dried up by heat

202 ARCHAEOLOIST N Person who studies remains of ancient ways of life

203 BUREAUCRATIC Adj Relating to or having the characteristics of a bureaucracy or a bureaucrat

204 INERTIA V Resistance to motion

205 REGIME N Belonging to a regulated system

206 SUPPRESSION V The act of being suppressed

207 COLLABORATION V Working together

208 IMPERIALIST V A person from a country that seeks to dominate weaker country

209 SPECULATES V Meditate on a subject

210 BALLYHOO V Noisy shouting

211 CAUCASIAN N Race with white skin

212 MEDDLERS N An annoying person who interferes with others

213 FLUMMOXED V To be confused

214 THUNDERSTRUCK Adj. Suddenly surprised

215 SUBJUGATION V enslavement

216 RECONCILE V bring into agreement

217 LINGUISTIC Adj. Of or relating to language or linguisties

218 ANTHROPOLOGICAL GENETICIST N someone who studies the development of humans through their genes

219 ASTOUNDINGLY V to strike with sudden wonder

220 ARTIFACTS N relic of the past

221 UNSOLVED MYSTERIES N information that is not known completely

222 ARCHAEOLOGY N someone who studies the past human life and culture

223 ANTHROPOLOGY N the scientific study of the development of humans by their culture

224 GENETICS N study of the origin or development of heredity

225 SWADDLING V wrapped in bandages

226 AMBER N a brownish yellow stone

227 NEGOTIATIONS N the process of negotiating

228 RADIOCARBON N radioactive isotope of carbon

229 MONUMENTAL Adj. Sturdy and enduring

230 ROB C RCC

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232 conclusion Noun The end

233

234 Fortunate Coming by good look

235 solicitor Noun A lawyer

236 suddenly Adverb With out warning quickly.

237 Vacancy Adverb Available opening an empty spot

238 Avail\ verb To be of help

239 propagation Noun Creation of the generation to reproduce

240 Debts Noun Money owed

241 Dejected Noun Sad in low sprits

242 Purely Adjective To be clean and not dirty

243 persuaded To cause some to change their mind

244 observed To practice nice holiday

245 Reasoned Verb To persuade to discuss logically

246 DETERMINED (V) Decided firm

247 FEATURELESS (V) Not standing out

248 COMPLIMENT (N) Approval nice words

249 MANAGER (N) Person in charge of business

250 TENACIOUS (Adj) Sticking to a goal

251 CORRIDOR (N) An enclosed hallway

252 VIRTUE (N) Moral excellence goodness

253 THOROUGHFARE (N) Main roads between cities

254 VULNERABLE (Adj) Able to be hurt

255 OCCASION (N) An event

256 NAPOLEON (N) French general who became emperor of French

257 SWIFTLY (Adv) Moving with great speed

258 Sonata for Harp and Bicycle By Ryan Grimes

259 Gaunt Adj. -Thin

260 Sooty Adj.-Dirty

261 LURCHED (V) Stagger

262 ARCHITECT (N) Designer

263 IMMENSE (Adj) Huge

264 ROOST (V) Rest

265 BAWL (V) Cry

266 LEMMINGS (N) Rodents

267 CORRIDORS (N) Hallways

268 ENCROACH (Adj) To intrude or interfere

269 DUSK (N) Sunset

270 MULTITUDINOUS (Adj) Numerous

271 RUSTLE (V) To crunch

272 INNUMERABLE (Adj) Numerous

273 INJUNCTION (N) Command

274 THRUST (V) To Shove

275 INVOICES (N) Bills

276 ABSTRACTS (N) Summaries

277 CUSTOMARY (Adj) Normal

278 THRONG (N) Crowd

279 LIFTS (N) Elevators (British)

280 STACCATO (Adj) Faltering, Shaking

281 FAINT (Adj) Weak

282 PREMISES (N) Building, Area

283 ESTABLISHED (Adj) Permanent

284 TANTALIZINGLY (Adv) Teasingly

285 PERIDOTS (N) Yellowish green gemstone

286 WITHERING (Adj) Fading

287 RETORT (V) To snap

288 COAX (V) To charm

289 FORBIDDING (Adj) Unwelcoming

290 SUITE (N) Group

291 VOLLEY (N) Group

292 WAFT (N) Breath, gust

293 Recede (V) To retreat or fade

294 MENACING (Adj) Threatening

295 CLAMOR (N) Shout

296 VENDOR (N) Salesperson

297 SULTRY (Adj) Hot

298 ALCOVE (N) Niche

299 SIBILANTS (N) Hisses


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