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Terms

undefined, object
copy deck
nom de plume
pen name
eviscerate
to gut, to take out
bibliography
list of books referenced
vex
to annoy, to bother
benefactor
a person who gives or does good
empathy
feelings with someone
inundate
to overwhelm
benign
medical: non cancerous, non-medical: good, well, kind
castigate
scold severely
voracious
greedy, the way you consume something
pan
all
exonerate
to free from blame; prove guiltless
terra firma
firm ground
hypocrisy
pretending to be what one is not
filch
to steal
ad nauseum
to a disgusting degree
pugnacious
full of fight; argumentative
benevolent
good or charitable, kind
infanticide
to kill a baby
recapitulate
to summarize or retell
loquacious
full of words, talkative
wax
to increase
ist
a person who
malignant
cancerous
entomology
study of bugs
omnivorous
eats everything/all
capitulate
to surrender
regicide
to kill royalty
geology
study of earth
zoology
study of animals
the
god/religion
matricide
to kill your mother
cardio
heart
monotheist
a person who believes in one god
telepathy
feelings from afar
carnivorous
eats meat
requiescat in pace
rest in peace
patricide
to kill your father
gyn
women
ad hoc
for a special purpose
hyper
over, excessive
ology
study of
antipathy
feelings against
caveat emptor
let the buyer beware
exculpate
to free from blame; to prove guiltless
magna cum laude
high praise/honor
ubiquitous
all present
raze
to tear down, to destroy
pantheist
a person who believes god is all
circuitous
taking a round about lengthy course
pugilist
boxer
fratricide
to kill your sibling
autograph
signature
emigrate
to leave your country and settle in a new one
herbivorous
eats plants
philalelist
a person who loves stamps/stamp collector
mea culpa
my fault
a
no
omnipotent
all powerful
pan/omni
all
graphology
study of writing
per annum
annually/yearly
hyperbole
an obvious and intentional exaggeration
sagacious
full of wisdom, wise (Ms. Ekert)
ornithology
study of birds
philanthropist
a person who loves their fellow men
status quo
present state
suicide
to kill yourself
post scriptum
written later
faux pas
social blunder
circumvent
to surround, enclose, entrap
uxoricide
to kill a spouse
bona fide
in good faith
perspicacious
full of insight; keen, insightful
omniscient
all knowing/all seeing
malefactor
a person who does or gives bad
summa cum laude
highest praise/honor
bio
life
phil
love
hypersensitive
highly emotional
atheist
a person who does not believe in god
apathy
no feelings about something
malfeasance
an unlawful act
graph
write, written, writing
anti
against
monogamist
a person who has one marriage
malediction
curse or bad words
err
a mistake
tempus fugit
time flies
audacious
daring
malevolent
bad or evil
ergo
therefore
wane
to decrease
rend
to tear or rip, torn down
benediction
blessing or good wishes
anthrop
human
hypercritical
to judge to severely
geo
earth
zo
animals
philosophy
love of knowledge
biography
life history
polygamist
a person who has many marriages/spouses
coquette
female flirt
rapacious
full of greed, to take something in a greedy was
panacea
cure all
auto
self
psych
mind
etymology
study of words/word origins
polytheist
a person who believes in many gods
mandate
required or to make law
genocide
to kill a race
inculcate
to instill with values
vie
to compete
tele
from a distance/from afar
autonomy
independent
philanderer
male flirt
homicide
to kill another person
immigrate
to come to a new country
gam
marriage
aceous
full of
cide
to kill
mendacious
full of lies, dishonest (opposite of veritas)
biblio
books
pathy
feelings
autobiography
self-written life history
poly
many
malign
to scar or ruin
misogamist
a person who dislikes marriage
paleontology
study of dinosaurs
mono
one
bene
good or well
misanthropist
a person who dislikes humans
homo sapiens
human being
mal
bad or evil
theology
study of religion/god
carpe diem
seize the day
misogynist
a person who dislikes women
voracious
full of greed, consume in large quantities (rapacious)
vivacious
full of life, enthusiasm
per diem
per day
sympathy
feeling sorry for
anthropology
study of human
circumflex
curving around
don
to put on
veracious
full of truth; honest
cum laude
with praise/honor
graph
write
alleviate
take away pain
biology
study of life
semper fidelis
always faithful
omnipresent
all present
doff
to take off
pantheist
a person who believes god is all
expectorate
to spit
tenacious
full of determination; determined
mis
dislike
veritas
truth
circ
circle or round
hypo
less than normal; deficient
foil
to ruin
psychology
study of mind

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