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All or Nothing 1

  • omnivorous -- Feeding on both plants and meat
  • catholic -- Referring to the Roman Catholic church
  • totalitarian -- Referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
  • preclude -- To prevent; to make impossible
  • pandemonium -- Uroar
  • omnipresent -- Present everywhere
  • catholic -- Universal; including most things
  • holocaust -- Murder by the Nazis of over six million Jews and others in World War 2
  • cloister -- A monastery or similar place of religious seclusion
  • omnipotent -- Having unlimited power; all powerful
  • omivorous -- Devouring everything, especially intellectually
  • holocaust -- A great destruction, especially by fire
  • cloister -- A covered walk along the inside of a building, usually looking out on a courtyard
  • recluse -- A person who avoids mixing with people
  • panacea -- A cure- all for diseases or troubles

All or Nothing 2

  • negate -- To rule out; to cancel; to repeal
  • vanity -- Conceit, especially about one's appearance
  • vaunt -- To boast; to brag about
  • renegade -- Like a renegade; traitorous
  • incipient -- In its early stages; beginning
  • negate -- To disprove; to nullify
  • vacuous -- Empty, especially of meaning or purpose
  • vanity -- A dressing table
  • overt -- Done or shown openly
  • inception -- The beginning of something
  • nihilism -- The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
  • renegade -- One who deserts a group, cause, faith; an outlaw
  • vanity -- Something worthless or useless
  • aperture -- An opening, especially one that admits light
  • annihilate -- To destroy completely

Animals 1

  • caprice -- a sudden impulse, whim, or unmotivated change of mind
  • equine -- pertaining to a horse; belonging to the family of horses and zebras
  • equestrian -- pertaining to a rider of horses, or skill in riding
  • equitation -- the art of riding horses
  • equestrian -- one who rides or performs on horseback
  • apiary -- a place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for their honey
  • bovine -- having the quality of a cow or ox; sluggish, dull
  • aviary -- a house, enclosure, or large cage for birds
  • canis -- member of the family of dogs
  • caper -- a playful hop, leap, or skip
  • canine -- partaining to the family of dogs, and especially the qualities associated with them
  • caper -- a prank or wild escapade
  • caprice -- a sudden impulse, whim, or unmotivated change of mind
  • caper -- to leap frolic or frisk about
  • capricious -- subject to whim; impulsive; unpredictable or fickle
  • equitation -- the art of riding horses
  • equine -- pertaining to a horse; belonging to the family of horses and zebras
  • equestrian -- pertaining to a rider of horses, or skill in riding
  • equestrian -- one who rides or performs on horseback
  • aviary -- a house, enclosure, or large cage for birds
  • apiary -- a place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for their honey
  • bovine -- having the quality of a cow or ox; sluggish, dull
  • canine -- partaining to the family of dogs, and especially the qualities associated with them
  • canis -- member of the family of dogs
  • caper -- a playful hop, leap, or skip
  • caper -- to leap frolic or frisk about
  • caper -- a prank or wild escapade
  • caprice -- a sudden impulse, whim, or unmotivated change of mind
  • equine -- pertaining to a horse; belonging to the family of horses and zebras
  • capricious -- subject to whim; impulsive; unpredictable or fickle
  • equitation -- the art of riding horses
  • equestrian -- one who rides or performs on horseback
  • equestrian -- pertaining to a rider of horses, or skill in riding
  • apiary -- a place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for their honey
  • aviary -- a house, enclosure, or large cage for birds
  • canis -- member of the family of dogs
  • bovine -- having the quality of a cow or ox; sluggish, dull
  • canine -- partaining to the family of dogs, and especially the qualities associated with them
  • caper -- a prank or wild escapade
  • caper -- a playful hop, leap, or skip
  • caper -- to leap frolic or frisk about
  • capricious -- subject to whim; impulsive; unpredictable or fickle

Before and After I

  • premonition -- a warning in advance
  • antecedent -- the noun to which a pronoun refers
  • avant-garde -- ahead of times, especially in the arts
  • vanguard -- leaders of a movement, fashion
  • preempt -- to take posession of something before anyone else can do so
  • pretentious -- showy; pompous; claiming unjustified distinction
  • antecedent -- a thing or event that precedes
  • anterior -- coming before in position or time
  • vanguard -- The foremost position especially of an army or fleet
  • predestination -- the belief that what happens in human life has already been determined by some higher power
  • preposterous -- absurd; contrary to nature or reason
  • antebellum -- Of a period before a war, especially the American Civil War
  • antecedent -- Preceding, going before
  • avant-garde -- a group that is ahead of the times
  • precept -- A command; a rule of conduct

Before and After II

  • premier -- first in time or importance
  • primate -- a member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, apes, and humans
  • prime -- to prepare something or someone for use or action
  • posterior -- situated behind or at the back
  • posthumous -- occuring or continuing after death, especially a work published after the author's death or a child born after the father's death
  • primate -- an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others
  • prime -- chief; most important
  • primordial -- primeval; original; fundamental
  • posterity -- a person's descendants
  • premier -- a prime minister or head of state
  • prime -- first in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time
  • primeval -- belonging to the first ages; ancient
  • posterity -- future genenrations

Creativity A

  • artifact -- an object made by human beings; often refers to a primitive tool or other relic from an earlier period
  • artless -- without deceit or cunning; natural; simple
  • ode -- a poem usually adressed to a particular person, object, or event that has stimulated deep and noble feelings in the poet
  • rhapsody -- speech or writing expressing great pleasure or enthusiasm
  • depict -- to paint, draw, or express in a picture or sculpture
  • artifice -- cleverness; skill
  • artisan -- a skilled craftperson
  • parody -- to mimic a style, plot, or idea for comic relief
  • recant -- to take back a formal statement or belief previously made known
  • pictograph -- a picture or drawing representing words or ideas
  • artifice -- craftiness, trickery
  • artless -- crude; ignorant;uncultured
  • parody -- a humorous imitation of a piece of literature or music
  • incantation -- the chanting or speaking of words seeming to have magical power or used to create a magic spell
  • depict -- to describe; to picture in words

Creativity B

  • crescendo -- a gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
  • efficacious -- effective as a means or remedy
  • faction -- a group or clique within a larger group, party or government
  • context -- the parts before or after a word or statement that influence its meaning
  • accrue -- to come as a natural increase or advantage
  • beneficence -- doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action
  • facsimile -- an exact copy of a book, painting, document, etc.
  • mollify -- to calm; to make gentler or softer in feeling
  • pretext -- a false reason put forward to conceal the true one
  • excrescence -- abnormal growth or outgrowth
  • facile -- acting, working, or proceeding with ease; fluent
  • faction -- conflict within an organization or nation
  • context -- the circumstances surrounding an event or situation

More or Less

  • tenuous -- thin in form
  • comply -- to do as one is asked or ordered
  • replete -- well-stocked or abundantly supplied
  • minuscule -- extremely small
  • attenuate -- to weaken; to reduce in force or value
  • satiate -- to satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess
  • implement -- to carry out; to put into effect
  • expletive -- an exclamation or oath, often obscene
  • microcosm -- a miniature world: something that resembles something else on a very small scale
  • attenuate -- to make slender or small
  • tenuous -- flimsy; having little substance or validity
  • implement -- a tool or utensil
  • replete -- completely filled; utterly satisfied
  • microbe -- an organism invisible to the naked eyes, especially one that causes disease
  • minutia -- a small or trivial detail

More or Less 2

  • megalomania -- a form of mental illness in which a person has exaggerated ideas of his or her own importance
  • polygon -- a flat shape with many straight sides
  • copious -- plentiful; in large amounts
  • magnanimous -- noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
  • magnitude -- the degree of brightness of a star
  • polygamy -- the system of having more than one spouse at a time
  • macrocosm -- any great whole
  • magnitude -- greatness of importance or size
  • megalomania -- an obsessive idea to do things on a grand scale
  • macrocosm -- the universe
  • magnate -- a wealthy, influential person, especially in business

Numbers (a)

  • monologue -- a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
  • monogram -- a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a name
  • unanimous -- being in complete agreement
  • duplicate -- to make an identical copy or double of someting; to repeat
  • bisect -- to divide into two equal parts
  • monarch -- a large black and orange American butterfly
  • monolith -- a large block of stone
  • duplex -- a dwelling with two living units
  • bipartisan -- involving two political parties
  • monolith -- a large organization that acts as a single unit
  • monarch -- a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, emperor or empress
  • monopoly -- exclusive control of the trade in some item or service, sole ownership of anything
  • unilateral -- one sided; done by or affecting one person, group, or country and not another
  • bilateral -- having two sides
  • bilateral -- made between two persons or groups

Numbers- Lesson 2

  • trisect -- to divide into three parts
  • quadrant -- An early machine for measuring altitudes
  • quatrain -- a stanza or group of four lines of poetry
  • bicentennial -- a two hundredth anniversary
  • trilogy -- a group of three literary or musical works that have a related them
  • quadrant -- A quarter of a circle or of its circumference
  • quartet -- a musical composition for four voices; a set of four
  • decathlon -- an athletic contest in which each contestant takes part in ten events
  • centigrade -- referring to a thermometer scale of 100 degrees where water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees
  • triumvirate -- A group of three, especially in authority
  • quadrant -- Any of the four parts of an area divided by perpendicular lines
  • decimate -- to destroy a large part of; to kill one in every ten
  • centenary -- pertaining to a 100 year period; a centennial

The Body

  • decolletage -- a low neckline on a garment
  • carrion -- dead and decaying flesh
  • corps -- a military organization of officers or of officers and enlisted
  • decolletage -- a low neckline on a garment
  • corps -- a military organization of officers or of officers and enlisted
  • accord -- harmony; agreement
  • accord -- harmony; agreement
  • carnage -- the killing of many people; massacre
  • accolade -- any honor, award, or expression of approval
  • carnage -- the killing of many people; massacre
  • corporeal -- characteristic of or resembling the physical body
  • accolade -- any honor, award, or expression of approval
  • corporeal -- characteristic of or resembling the physical body
  • corpus -- a body or collection of writings
  • corpus -- a body or collection of writings
  • concordance -- a state of agreement; harmony; a alphabetical index of all words in a text
  • concordance -- a state of agreement; harmony; a alphabetical index of all words in a text
  • incarnate -- embodied in human form
  • corporal -- relating to or having an effect on the human body
  • incarnate -- embodied in human form
  • corpulent -- excessively bulky; fat
  • corporal -- relating to or having an effect on the human body
  • corpulent -- excessively bulky; fat
  • cordial -- hearty; warm; sincere
  • cordial -- hearty; warm; sincere
  • carrion -- dead and decaying flesh

The Body (2)

  • gastronome -- a person who is knowledgeable about good food and drink
  • consanguinity -- blood relationship
  • seance -- a meeting at which a spiritual attempts to communicate with the dead
  • ossify -- to turn into bone; to become bony
  • dorsal -- pertaining to the back, especially of animals
  • gastric -- pertaining to the stomach
  • sanguine -- cheerful; hopeful
  • dissident -- differing; disagreeing;dissenting
  • epidermis -- the outer protective layer of the skin or outer layer of various organisms
  • endorse -- to write one's signature on the back of a check or other document; to support actively
  • enervate -- to deprive of strength; to weaken
  • assiduous -- unceasingly attentive; devoted
  • sedentary -- characterized by much sitting
  • dermatology -- the scientific study of the skin and its diseases
  • dossier -- a set of documents containing information about a person or event; a file

The Feet (1)

  • impede -- to hinder; to block the way of
  • antipodes -- any two places on opposite sides of the earth; something that is the exact opposite of or contrary to something else
  • aggression -- the act or habit of launching attacks; invasion. A hostile action or behavior
  • digress -- to stray from the main topic in writing or speaking; to turn aside
  • regress -- to go back; to return to a former or less developed condition
  • expedite -- To help or hurry the progress of something; of business, to perform business quickly
  • pedometer -- a device that calculates distance traveled by counting the number of steps taken
  • podium -- an elevated platform for an orchestr conductor or lecturer; a dias
  • degredation -- disgrace; dishonor
  • gradient -- an incline or slope; the rate of incline
  • expedient -- appropriate to a purpose or useful in achieving a goal: a means to an end
  • pedigree -- a line or list of ancestors, especially of a distinguished kind; a recorded line of descent showing pure breeding of animals
  • podiatry -- the study and treatment of foot ailments
  • degredation -- reduction in rank or status, especially of office or dignity. Lowering of moral or intellectual character
  • gradation -- a systematic progression through a series of stages

The Hands

  • deflect -- to turn aside
  • reflection -- the act or condition of being thrown back; indirect approach; deep thought
  • surreptitious -- Done secretly, without approval
  • manacle -- a device for confining the hands; handcuffs
  • manipulate -- to use or handle skillfully
  • digital -- relating to a finger or to a unit of measure; a numerical system for encoding data
  • inflection -- an alteration of pitch or tone of the voice
  • rapt -- giving one's complete attention, completely filled with joy
  • emancipate -- To free from restraint or influence
  • manifest -- clearly apparent to sight or understanding; obvious
  • ambidextrous -- Able to use either hand equally well
  • genuflect -- to bend the knee in a kneeling or half-kneeling position to express reverence or respect
  • rapacious -- excessively grasping or greedy
  • mandate -- a formal order from a higher court; injunction
  • dexterity -- Skill in the use of the hands or body; cleverness

The Hands (2)

  • apprehend -- To arrest; to grasp mentally; to understand
  • impregnable -- Strong enough to resist attack of capture, as a fortress; not to be outweighed
  • explicate -- To make clear; to explain thoroughly, often in a literary context
  • imply -- To indicate indirectly; to hint
  • supplicate -- To ask humbly or earnestly for, as in praying, to beseech
  • entrepreneur -- A person who organizes, operates and assumes the risk for business ventures
  • reprisal -- An action or act of retaliation against someone for injuries received
  • duplicity -- Deceitfulness in speech or conduct; double-dealing
  • exploit -- A notable or heroic deed; To make use of selfishly or unethically
  • ply -- To use a tool or weapon vigorously; to work at a trade
  • comprise -- To consist of; to contain
  • reprehend -- To reprimand, reprove, or express disapproval
  • complicity -- Participation with another in an act that is or seems to be deceitful
  • explicit -- Definite; stated in detail, leaving nothing to be guessed at; outspoken
  • ploy -- A tactic intended to frustrate, embarrass, or gain an advantage over an opponent

The Head

  • cerebration -- the action of thinking; thought
  • facade -- a face of a building; an artificial or false front
  • confront -- to stand or come directly in front of; to face with hostility
  • capitalist -- A very wealthy person
  • precipice -- a very steep or vertical face of a cliff or rock
  • cerebral -- partaining to the brain
  • efface -- to wipe out; to obliterate; to make oneself inconspicuous
  • affront -- to insult intentionally; to offend or embarrass
  • decapitate -- to cut off the head off, to behead
  • recapitulation -- the restatement of a main idea; a summary
  • deface -- to mar or spoil the appearance of
  • facet -- one of the many sides of a cut stone or jewel
  • effrontery -- flippant or insulting boldness; audacity
  • capitulation -- surrender
  • precipitate -- to throw down from a great height; to make happen suddenly

The Head (2)

  • regurgitate -- To cause to pour back or cast up partially digested food; to vomit
  • gargoyle -- A grotesque carved human or animal figure
  • indenture -- A written contract between two parties
  • oration -- An address or formal speech given on a special occasion
  • osculate -- To kiss
  • trident -- A long three-pronged fork or weapon
  • gargantuan -- Of immense size; gigantic
  • indentation -- A cut or notch
  • oracle -- A shrine where the ancient Greeks consulted one of their gods for advice or prophecy
  • orthodontist -- A specialist who correct irregularly positioned teeth
  • supercilious -- Disdainful; haughty and aloof
  • disgorge -- To expel from the throat or stomach; to vomit
  • gorge -- A deep, narrow passage with rocky sides, enclosed between mountains
  • inexorable -- Relentless; unyielding
  • orifice -- A mouth or vent an opening

Travel A

  • ambience -- environment; the surrounding atmosphere
  • transient -- staying only a short time
  • episode -- an incident in a person's life or in a story or play
  • transgress -- to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
  • translucent -- permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
  • transient -- passing quickly; transitory
  • erratic -- irregular or inconsistent in movement, habit, quality, or ideas
  • exodus -- the departure of the Isrealites from Egypt with their leader Moses
  • transitory -- lasting for only a short while
  • obituary -- notice of a death with biographical information
  • aberration -- straying from what is normal or accepted
  • exodus -- mass departure or emigration
  • transitive -- describing an action carried from subject to verb to object; needing a direct object to complete the meaning of the verb

Travel B

  • circumvent -- to avoid passing around
  • intervene -- to come between, thereby easing a situation; to interfere or to interrupt
  • devious -- winding; roundabout; underhanded deceptive
  • itinerant -- traveling from place to place, especially to perform some duty or work; transient
  • itinerary -- a plan or record of a journey
  • circumvent -- to avoid; to evade by cleverness
  • intervene -- to occur between event or periods
  • deviate -- to turn aside from a course, norm pattern, or subject
  • itinerary -- a route of travel
  • advent -- the period beginning four weeks before Christmas
  • convene -- to assemble, especially for a meeting
  • telepathy -- communication from one mind to another without speech, writing, or other sensory means
  • impervious -- not penetrable by light rays, moisture; incapable of being influenced or affected
  • itinerant -- a person who travels from place to place
  • advent -- arrival or coming into being

Unit 10

  • portable -- easily moved or carried
  • visual -- having to do with sight or seeing
  • appeal -- a sincere or strong request for something that is needed
  • descend -- to move to a lower place from a higher one; to come down from the past
  • famine -- a severe shortage of food over a large area
  • thrifty -- careful about spending money; tending to save money
  • abolish -- to do away completely with something; put an end to
  • condemn -- to criticize a person or action as wrong, guilty or evil
  • expand -- to open up, make or grow larger, to develop
  • prey -- an animal hunted as food by another; someone helpless against attack
  • brittle -- easily broken, snapped, or cracked; not flexible
  • dictator -- a ruler or leader who has total power

Unit 11

  • absurd -- making no sense at all
  • ensure -- to make sure, safe, or certain; to guarantee
  • plea -- an urgent request for help
  • security -- freedom from danger, fear, or doubt; safety
  • classify -- to group or label in an organized way
  • nestle -- to settle down comfortably; to hold lovingly
  • realistic -- using facts and good sense to evaluate people, things, or situations
  • tart -- having a sharp or sour taste; a small pie usually filled with fruit
  • avalanche -- a large mass of snow, ice, rocks, or other material sliding or falling swiftly down a mountainside
  • navigate -- to plan and steer the course of a vessel or vehicle
  • principle -- a basic rule or law on which others are based
  • selective -- very careful about choosing or using

Unit 13

  • sanitary -- having to do with health; free of dirt and germs
  • achievement -- something done successfully; something gained by working or trying hard
  • exhibit -- to show clearly; to put on display
  • massacre -- the cruel killing of many people or animals
  • preserve -- an area set aside for the protection of wildlife
  • widespread -- happening in many places or to many people
  • debate -- a discussion of reasons for and against something
  • latter -- closer to the end; relating to the second of two things discussed
  • preserve -- to keep safe from injury or ruin; to keep food from spoiling
  • sprawl -- to lie or sit with arms and legs spread out
  • acquire -- to get as one's own
  • foe -- one who hates or tries to harm another; an enemy
  • monotonous -- dull as a result of not changing in any way

Unit 16

  • trespass -- to do wrong; to enter onto someone's property without right
  • assume -- to take upon oneself: to take for oneself
  • fare -- to get along
  • mammoth -- a very large, long-tusked, shaggy haired elephant that is now extinct
  • rigid -- not bending; very strict
  • trespass -- an action that is wrong; unlawful entry onto someone's property
  • endanger -- to expose to injury or harm
  • furnish -- to supply with furniture; to supply with what is needed
  • peer -- to look closely at
  • safeguard -- something that protects
  • cram -- to stuff tightly, to study hard just before a test
  • fertile -- good for producing crops and plants; capable of developing or growing
  • peer -- a person of the same age, rank or ability; a British noble
  • rowdy -- rough and disorderly

Unit 9

  • displace -- to force to move or flee, to move out of position
  • humiliate -- to hurt someone's self-respect or pride
  • poll -- a collecting of votes, place where voting takes place
  • considerate -- showing concern for the needs or feelings of others
  • estimate -- to form a rough judgement about the size, quantity or value of something
  • improper -- not correct; showing bad manners or taste
  • vicinity -- the area near a place, the surrounding region
  • cherish -- to feel or show great love for; to value highly
  • downfall -- a sudden fall from power or position
  • identical -- exactly the same, alike in every way
  • soothe -- to make calm, to ease pain or sorrow
  • brisk -- energetic, lively, fast, cool and fresh
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