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Terms

undefined, object
copy deck
veritable
being truly named; real or genuine
altitude
height, esp. above the earth's surface
suture
the surgical method used to close a wound or join tissue
scapel
a small straight knife used in surgery
ribald
coarsely or indecently humorous
undulate
to move in a wave-like motion
benefactor
one who helps and supports others
plausible
appearing worthy of belief or trust
regress
to return to a previous stage
prostrate
lying face down, esp. as a sign of humility or worship; physically or emotional exhausted
raze
to demolish; to flatten to ground level
novice
a person new to a field or activity; a beginner
gregarious
seeking and enjoying the company of others; tending to move in a group
palliate
to lessen the pain or severity
subdue
to conquer; to make less intense
raucous
loud and harsh
idyllic
pleasing and simple
entourage
a group of attendants of followers
theraupeutic
having healing powers
vivacious
full of animation
digress
to turn aside from the main subject
connoisseur
an expert, esp. in the fine arts
torso
the trunk of the human body
extemporaneous
done with little or no preparation
meander
to follow a winding course; to wander without any fixed destination
expedition
a journey undertaken for a specific reason, such as for war or exploration; speed in doing something
pungent
sharp to the smell or taste
benevolent
characteriized by doing good
tyranny
arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; depotic abuse of authority
gyrate
to revolve on an axis; to spin
inchoate
at an early stage of development; not well developed
forage
to search for food or provision
lattice
a structure made of strips of wood orr metal that cross over each other to form a pattern of spaces between the strips
repress
to hold back; to put down by force
insuperable
impossible to overcome
nautical
of or having to do with sailors, ships, or navigation
maudin
excessively sentimental
hapless
unfortunate; unlucky
leery
suspicious; distrustful
precis
a concise summary of a text
venomous
malignant; spiteful; secreting poison
flux
flow; continuous change or movement
eulogy
a speech or written tribute in praise of someone who has died
ode
a long, lyrical poem, usually serious or meditative in nature
prototype
the original meodel; someone or something that serves to illustrate the typical qualities of a class

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