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(v.) to pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; (adj,) expressed clearly and forcefully; able to employ language clearly
(v.) to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
(n.) belief; mental acceptance
(v.) to condemn, express strong disapproval; to officially depreciate
(v.) to disguise or conceal, deliberately give a false impression
(adj.) very much agitated or upset as a result of emotion or mental conflict
(n.) a formal statement of commendation; high praise
(v.) to display clearly, to make evident, to provoke
(v.) to remove from a grave; to bring to light
(adj.) lacking in spirit and strength; ineffective, weak; irresponsible, unreliable
(adj.) dark and gloomy, obscure; lacking in clarity and precision
(adj.) wicked, depraved, devoid of moral standards
(adj.) stimulating to the taste or mind; spicy, pungent; appealingly provocative
(adj.) developed or created at the very beginning; going back to the most ancient times or earliest stage; fundamental, basic
(n.) nearness in place or time; kinship
(adj.) not usual or expected; not in character
(adj.) founded upon or involving a visionary view of an ideal world; impractical
(n.) language that is too wordy or inflated in proportion to the sense or content, wordiness; a manner of expression
(adj.) green in tint or color; immature in experience or judgment
(adj.) having a gelatinous or gluey quality, lacking in easy movement or fluidity
Book G Unit 3. Articulate V. to pronounce distincly, to express well in words, to connect by joint or joints Adj. expressed clearly and forcefully, able.
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