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3500 ACT Vocabulary (12)

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tableland
tacit
taciturn
tactile
tally
talon
tame
tangential
tantalize
tantamount
tap
tardiness
tardy
tarry
taste
tasteless
tasty
taut
tautological
tautology
tedium
temerity
temperate
tempestuous
temporarily
temporize
tempt
tenacity
tendentious
tender
tenderness
tenet
tensile
tenuous
tepid
termination
terminology
terminus
terrestrial
terribly
terrify
terrifying
terse
texture
textured
thatch
thematic
theocracy
thespian
threadbare
threateningly
threshold
thrifty
throe
throng
thwart
tightwad
tiller
timidity
timorous
tissue
titter
titular
toady
toed
tolerate
tome
topography
topsoil
torpor
torrent
torrid
tortuous
totter
touchdown
tough
tow
towering
trace
tractable
traction
traduce
tragedy
tranquil
tranquillity
transcendent
transcribe
transgression
transient
transition
transitory
translucent
transmit
transmute
transparent
transpose
trash
travail
traverse
treacly
treason
treatise
treatment
tremendous
tremor
tremulous
trench
trenchant
trepidation
trial
tribe
trickle
trifling
trinket
troubling
trounce
truculence
truculent
truism
truncate
tube
tumble
tumult
turbid
turgid
turncoat
turpitude
tutelage
tutor
tyro
ubiquitous
ultimate
ultimatum
unaccountable
unanimity
unassailable
unassuming
unbridgeable
uncouth
unctuous
undergo
underscore
undulating
unearth
unemployed
unequivocal
unerringly
unevenly
unfathomable
unfetter
unfold
unfrock
ungainly
uniformity
unify
unimaginable
unimpeachable
unintimidating
uniqueness
unkempt
unobstructed
unobtrusive
unpalatable
unprecedented
unprepossessing
unruly
unsightly
unstable
unstinting
unsubstantiated
untamed
untenable
untouched
unwarranted
unwieldy
unwitting
upbraid
upgrade
upland
uproarious
upshot
urbane
urge
usurp
utensil
utopia
utopian
vacation
vaccine
vacillate
vacillation
vacuous
vacuum
vagabond
vagrant
vague
valedictory
vanguard
vanish
vantage
vapid
vapor
vaporize
variable
variegated
variety
vast
vaulted
veer
vehement
venal
vend
veneer
venerable
venerate
venial
ventilate
ventriloquist
venturesome
veracity
verbalize
verbatim
verbiage
verbose
verdant
verdict
verisimilitude
verity
vernacular
vernal
versatile
vertebrate
vertex
vertigo
verve
vestige
vex
vicarious
vicissitude
vignette
vigor
vilify
vim
vindicate
virile
virtue
virtuoso
virulent
virus
visceral
viscid
viscous
vise
vital
vitality
vitriolic
vituperative
vivacious
vociferous
vogue
void
volcanic
volcano
volley
voluble
voluminous
voluptuous
voracious
vouchsafe
voyage
voyeur
waft
waggish
waif
waive
wan
wane
wanton
warble
warrant
warrior
wastrel
watershed
wavy
wax
waylay
wean
weariness
weather
weathering
weaverbird
welter
wheedle
whelp
whet
whimsical
whinny
whittle
wholesome
wily
wince
windfall
winnow
winsome
wispy
wistful
wit
witticism
wizardry
woods
woolly
worldwide
wrap
writhe
wry
xenophobia
yawn
yelp
yield
zany
zeal
zealot
zealous
zenith


tableland: Read  hill; relatively flat highland

tacit: Read  indicated or understood without expressed directly; not speaking; silent

taciturn: Read  silent or reserved in speech; saying little; not inclined to speak or converse

tactile: Read  used for feeling; relating to sense of touch; perceptible to the sense of touch; tangible

tally: Read  record by making a mark; reckon or count; keep score

talon: Read  claw of a bird of prey; part of lock that key presses to shoot bolt

tame: Read  domesticated; very restrained or quiet; make less strong or intense; soften

tangential: Read  peripheral; only slightly connected; digressing

tantalize: Read  tease; torture with disappointment; bait someone by showing something desirable but leaving them unsatisfied

tantamount: Read  equivalent in effect or value

tap: Read  draw upon; strike lightly; make good use of

tardiness: Read  lateness; delay; sluggishness; state or quality of being tardy

tardy: Read  late; delayed; moving slowly

tarry: Read  delay; leave slowly and hesitantly; wait

taste: Read  have experience or enjoyment; take a sample of; have flavor

tasteless: Read  lacking flavor; not having or showing good taste

tasty: Read  having a pleasing flavor; savory

taut: Read  pulled or drawn tight; kept in trim shape; neat and tidy

tautological: Read  needlessly repetitious; using repetition or excessive wordiness

tautology: Read  unnecessary repetition, especially for same sense in different words ; redundancy

tedium: Read  dullness owing to length or slowness; boredom

temerity: Read  boldness; rashness; foolhardy disregard of danger

temperate: Read  restrained; self-controlled; moderate in degree or quality

tempestuous: Read  very stormy; turbulent; rough with wind; impassioned; violent

temporarily: Read  for a limited time only

temporize: Read  act evasively in order to gain time, avoid argument, or postpone a decision

tempt: Read  give rise to a desire by being attractive

tenacity: Read  firmness of hold or of purpose; persistence

tendentious: Read  having or marked by a strong tendency

tender: Read  easily crushed or bruised; fragile; easily chewed or cut

tenderness: Read  gentleness; softness; affection; tendency to express warm, compassionate feelings

tenet: Read  opinion, doctrine, or principle held as being true by person or organization

tensile: Read  capable of being stretched or extended; ductile

tenuous: Read  long and thin; slender; having little substance

tepid: Read  moderately warm; lacking in emotional warmth or enthusiasm; halfhearted

termination: Read  end of something in time or space; result or outcome; conclusion

terminology: Read  vocabulary of technical terms used in a particular field, subject, science, or art

terminus: Read  last stop of railroad; final point or end; boundary or border

terrestrial: Read  earthly, as opposed to celestial; pertaining to the land

terribly: Read  dreadfully; frightfully; to a great extent; very much

terrify: Read  frighten; fill with terror

terrifying: Read  frightening or intimidating; of a formidable nature; terrific

terse: Read  effectively concise; appearing as if wiped or rubbed, as smooth

texture: Read  rough surface quality; structure of interwoven fibers or other elements; feel of a surface or a fabric

textured: Read  having surface roughness; having texture, not smooth

thatch: Read  house roof made with a plant material

thematic: Read  relating to motif or idea; relating to theme or topic

theocracy: Read  government ruled by or subject to religious authority

thespian: Read  relating to drama and acting; dramatic, theatrical

threadbare: Read  worn through till threads show; wearing old, shabby clothing; shabby and poor

threateningly: Read  in a menacing manner; aggressively

three-dimensional: Read  involving or relating to three dimensions or aspects

threshold: Read  entrance; starting point for a new state or experience

thrifty: Read  careful about money; economical

throe: Read  severe pang of pain, as in childbirth; condition of agonizing struggle or trouble

throng: Read  large group of people gathered or crowded closely together

thwart: Read  hinder or prevent of ; frustrate

tightwad: Read  one who is stingy or overly cautious or defensive with money; miser

tiller: Read  lever used to turn a rudder and steer a boat; drawer in table, chest, or counter

timidity: Read  lack of self-confidence or courage

timorous: Read  fearful; demonstrating fear; weakly hesitant

tissue: Read  groups of cells that make particular parts of the body; soft thin paper

titter: Read  laugh in a restrained, nervous way; giggle

titular: Read  nominal holding of title without obligations; existing in name only; nominal

toady: Read  person who flatters or defers to others for self-serving reasons; yes man

toed: Read  having a toe or toes of a specified kind

tolerate: Read  endure; withstand; allow without prohibiting or opposing; permit

tome: Read  large volume; large and scholarly book

topography: Read  physical features of a region; detailed, precise description of a place

topsoil: Read  layer of soil on the surface

torpor: Read  state of mental or physical inactivity or insensibility; sluggishness; dormancy

torrent: Read  rushing stream; flood; heavy downpour

torrid: Read  passionate; hot or scorching; hurried or rapid

tortuous: Read  marked by repeated turns or bends; winding or twisting; not straightforward; circuitous

totter: Read  walk unsteadily or feebly; stagger; sway, as if about to fall

touchdown: Read  landing; a score in American football

tough: Read  hard; difficult; feeling physical discomfort or pain; hard to bear

tow: Read  draw or pull behind by a chain or line

towering: Read  high; outstanding; very great or intense

trace: Read  follow, discover; make a mark or lines on a surface

tractable: Read  easily managed or controlled; governable; easily handled or worked; docile

traction: Read  friction between body and surface on which it moves

traduce: Read  cause disgrace to by malicious and false statements; hold up or expose to ridicule or calumny; defame

tragedy: Read  disaster; event resulting in great loss and misfortune

tranquil: Read  free from disturbance; pacific

tranquillity: Read  calmness; peace; freedom from disturbance or agitation

transcendent: Read  surpassing; exceeding ordinary limits; superior

transcribe: Read  copy; write over again in same words

transgression: Read  violation of law, command, or duty; exceeding of due bounds or limits

transient: Read  momentary; temporary; staying for short time

transition: Read  going from one state of action to another

transitory: Read  existing or lasting only a short time; short-lived or temporary

translucent: Read  partly transparent; transmitting rays of light without permitting objects to be distinctly seen

transmit: Read  forward; send from one person or place to another

transmute: Read  change from one form, nature, substance, or state into another; transform

transparent: Read  easily detected; permitting light to pass through freely

transpose: Read  substitute one for the other of; reverse or transfer order or place of; interchange

trash: Read  garbage; rubbish; worthless or discarded material or objects

travail: Read  painful labor; work, especially when arduous or involving painful effort

traverse: Read  go through or across, often under difficult conditions

treacly: Read  overly sweet; cloyingly sentimental

treason: Read  disloyalty; betrayal of trust or confidence

treatise: Read  systematic, usually extensive written discourse on a subject

treatment: Read  handling; care that are intended to relieve illness or injury

tremendous: Read  huge; capable of making one tremble; terrible

tremor: Read  shaking or vibrating movement; slight quiver

tremulous: Read  marked by trembling, quivering, or shaking; timid or fearful; timorous

trench: Read  canal; deep furrow or ditch; long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor

trenchant: Read  forceful, effective, and vigorous; sharp or keen

trepidation: Read  state of alarm or dread; nervous apprehension; involuntary trembling or quivering

trial: Read  experiment; act of testing; examination of evidence to determine the charges or claims

tribe: Read  family, race, or series of generations, descending from the same direct ancestor, and kept distinct

trickle: Read  flow in drops; run or flow slowly; drip

trifling: Read  trivial; of slight worth or importance; frivolous or idle

trinket: Read  cheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing

troubling: Read  disquieting; causing distress or worry or anxiety

trounce: Read  win by wide margin; beat thoroughly or heavily; punish or beat severely

truculence: Read  aggressiveness; ferocity; ferociously cruel actions or behavior

truculent: Read  disposed to fight; belligerent; aggressively hostile

truism: Read  undoubted or self-evident truth; obvious truth

truncate: Read  cut the top off; make shorter as if by cutting off

tube: Read  hollow cylindrical shape; underground railway

tumble: Read  fall down, as if collapsing

tumult: Read  noise, as made by a crowd; riot or uprising

turbid: Read  muddy; having sediment disturbed; heavy, dark, or dense, as smoke or fog

turgid: Read  swollen; distended; excessively ornate or complex in style or language

turncoat: Read  traitor; one who turns against previous affiliation or allegiance

turpitude: Read  depravity; corrupt, depraved, or degenerate act

tutelage: Read  capacity of guardian; guardianship; capacity or activity of tutor; instruction or teaching

tutor: Read  guide; give individual instruction

tyro: Read  beginner in learning something; novice

ubiquitous: Read  being or existing everywhere; omnipresent

ultimate: Read  final; being the last or concluding; fundamental; elemental; extreme

ultimatum: Read  last offer; final statement of terms made by one party to another

unaccountable: Read  inexplicable; unreasonable or mysterious

unanimity: Read  complete agreement in opinion or resolution of all persons concerned

unassailable: Read  impossible to assail; without flaws or loopholes

unassuming: Read  modest; not bold or forward; not arrogant

unbridgeable: Read  impassable; unable to be bridged or crossed; impossible to span

uncouth: Read  lacking refinement or cultivation or taste

unctuous: Read  oily; composed of oil or fat; characterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestness

undergo: Read  experience; suffer; pass through

underscore: Read  draw a mark or line under; emphasize; stress

undulating: Read  moving with wavelike motion

unearth: Read  bring up out of earth; dig up; bring to public notice; uncover

unemployed: Read  jobless; idle; out of work

unequivocal: Read  admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; clear and unambiguous

unerringly: Read  infallibly; without error, mistake, or failure

unevenly: Read  irregularly; in an unequal or partial manner

unfathomable: Read  difficult or impossible to understand; difficult or impossible to measure

unfetter: Read  liberate; free from chains; set free or keep free from restrictions or bonds

unfold: Read  extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length; happen

unfrock: Read  strip a priest or minister of church authority; remove from status as member of clergy

ungainly: Read  awkward; lacking grace in movement or posture

uniformity: Read  sameness or consistency; freedom from variation or difference

unify: Read  integrate; make into or become one unit

unimaginable: Read  unable to be imagined; inconceivable ; incredible

unimpeachable: Read  free of guilt; not subject to blame; completely acceptable

unintimidating: Read  not intimidating; not making one fearful

uniqueness: Read  singularity; specialty; quality of being one of a kind

unkempt: Read  untidy; dirty; uncared for in appearance

unobstructed: Read  free from impediment or hindrance

unobtrusive: Read  inconspicuous; not obtrusive or undesirably noticeable

unpalatable: Read  distasteful; disagreeable; unpleasant to taste

unprecedented: Read  having no previous example; novel; unparalleled

unprepossessing: Read  unattractive; unimpressive or unremarkable; dull and ordinary

unruly: Read  difficult or impossible to discipline, control, or rule; not according to rule; irregularly

unsightly: Read  ugly; displeasing to eye; unpleasant to look at

unstable: Read  inconstant; variable; lacking control of one's emotions; constantly changing

unstinting: Read  generous and tireless with one's contributions of time, money

unsubstantiated: Read  has not been proved true

untamed: Read  in a natural or wild state

untenable: Read  indefensible; not able to be maintained

untouched: Read  intact; not mentioned; not touched

unwarranted: Read  having no justification; groundless; not guaranteed to be good, sound, or of a certain quality

unwieldy: Read  difficult to use or handle because of size or weight or shape; lacking grace in movement or posture

unwitting: Read  not intended; not knowing; unaware; ignorant

upbraid: Read  severely criticize; reprimand; reprove sharply

upgrade: Read  raise to a higher grade or standard; advance

upland: Read  land or an area of land of high elevation

uproarious: Read  characterized by loud, confused noise, or by noisy and uncontrollable laughter

upshot: Read  final result; outcome or effect; central idea or point; gist

urbane: Read  showing a high degree of refinement

urge: Read  force in an indicated direction; stimulate; excite

usurp: Read  seize and hold power or rights of another by force or without legal authority

utensil: Read  instrument, implement, or container for practical use, especially in kitchen or laboratory

utopia: Read  ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects

utopian: Read  idealistic but usually impractical social reformer

vacation: Read  leisure time away from work; act of making something legally void

vaccine: Read  harmless form of the germs that cause a disease to prevent people getting the actual disease

vacillate: Read  sway unsteadily from one side to the other; oscillate

vacillation: Read  act of vacillating; moving one way and other; wavering

vacuous: Read  empty; showing lack of thought or intelligence; vacant

vacuum: Read  empty area or space; electrical home appliance that cleans by suction

vagabond: Read  person without permanent home who moves from place to place; wanderer; tramp

vagrant: Read  person without home or job; bird found outside its species' usual range

vague: Read  imprecise; indistinct; not clearly expressed; inexplicit

valedictory: Read  of speech given in farewell, especially one delivered by an outstanding member of graduating class

vanguard: Read  advance forces; leading units at front of army or fleet; persons at forefront of any group or movement

vanish: Read  disappear; pass out of sight, especially quickly; die out

vantage: Read  place or situation affording some advantage, especially good view

vapid: Read  dull and unimaginative; lacking taste or flavor

vapor: Read  gas; steam; barely visible or cloudy diffused matter, such as mist or smoke

vaporize: Read  turn into vapor, steam, gas, or fog; decrease rapidly and disappear

variable: Read  factor; something that is likely to vary; changeable; inconstant

variegated: Read  streaked, spotted, or marked with a variety of color; very colorful

variety: Read  diversity; quality or condition of being various or varied

vast: Read  large; broad; extensive; very great in size, number, amount, or quantity

vaulted: Read  having a hemispherical vault or dome

veer: Read  shift to clockwise direction; turn sharply; change direction abruptly

vehement: Read  forceful; intensely emotional; inclined to react violently

venal: Read  capable of being bribed; for sale, available for a price; corrupt

vend: Read  sell or offer for sale from place to place; sell

veneer: Read  thin layer; coating consisting of thin layer; ornamental coating to a building

venerable: Read  deserving high respect; impressive by reason of age; profoundly honored

venerate: Read  treat with great respect and deference; consider hallowed or be in awe of

venial: Read  pardonable; able to be forgiven; trivial

ventilate: Read  freshen; circulate through and freshen

ventriloquist: Read  one who can make his voice seem to come from another person or thing

venturesome: Read  willing to try new things and take risks; bold

veracity: Read  truthfulness; unwillingness to tell lies

verbalize: Read  express in speech; speak or use words to express

verbatim: Read  using exactly the same words; corresponding word for word

verbiage: Read  pompous array of words; overabundance of words

verbose: Read  wordy; using or containing a great and usually an excessive number of words

verdant: Read  green; full of juice in vegetation

verdict: Read  findings of jury on issues of fact for decision; judgment or opinion

verisimilitude: Read  appearance of truth; probability; likelihood

verity: Read  truth, fact or reality, especially enduring religious or ethical truth

vernacular: Read  everyday speech of people, as distinguished from literary language; natural style; standard native language of a country or locality

vernal: Read  related to spring; suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh

versatile: Read  having many talents; capable of working in many fields

vertebrate: Read  animals having a bony or cartilaginous skeleton with a segmented spinal column

vertex: Read  highest point; apex or summit; common point of two lines of angle

vertigo: Read  severe dizziness; reeling sensation; feeling about to fall

verve: Read  enthusiasm or liveliness; energetic style

vestige: Read  trace; remains; indication that something has been happened

vex: Read  annoy; disturb, especially by minor irritations; be a mystery or bewildering to

vicarious: Read  acting as substitute; done by deputy; experienced at secondhand

vicissitude: Read  change, especially in one's life or fortunes; regular change or succession of one thing to another; alternation

vignette: Read  unbordered picture, often a portrait; decorative design placed at beginning or end of book or chapter; short literary sketch

vigor: Read  active strength of body or mind; imaginative lively style, especially style of writing; exertion of force

vilify: Read  debase; degrade; spread negative information about

vim: Read  vitality and energy; healthy capacity for vigorous activity

vindicate: Read  clear from blame; exonerate; maintain, uphold, or defend

virile: Read  marked by energy and vigor; manly; able to copulate, as for male

virtue: Read  goodness, moral excellence; good quality

virtuoso: Read  highly skilled artist, as musician; one who is dazzlingly skilled in his field

virulent: Read  extremely poisonous; hostile; bitter

virus: Read  disease communicator; something that poisons one's soul or mind; program for unwanted actions in computer

visceral: Read  felt in one's inner organs; obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation

viscid: Read  adhesive; gluey; covered with sticky or clammy coating

viscous: Read  sticky; gluey; having high resistance to flow

vise: Read  tool has two jaws to hold work piece firmly in place

vital: Read  full of life; animated; necessary to continued existence; living or breathing

vitality: Read  energetic style; being able to survive and grow; capacity to live, grow, or develop

vitriolic: Read  harsh or corrosive in tone; sarcastic; bitterly scathing

vituperative: Read  marked by harsh spoken or written abuse; scolding

vivacious: Read  animated; lively; vigorous and active

vociferous: Read  offensively loud; noisy; making outcry

vogue: Read  popular fashion; current state or style of general acceptance and use

void: Read  emptiness; containing nothing; clear or empty a place

volcanic: Read  explosively unstable; relating to volcanoes

volcano: Read  fissure in the earth's crust through which molten lava and gases erupt

volley: Read  flight of missiles; round of gunshots; tennis return made by hitting the ball before it bounces

voluble: Read  fluent; glib; talkative; marked by ready flow of speech

voluminous: Read  large in volume or bulk; large in number or quantity, especially of discourse

voluptuous: Read  giving pleasure or satisfaction of the senses; having strong sexual appeal

voracious: Read  ravenous; excessively greedy and grasping; devouring or craving food in great quantities

vouchsafe: Read  guarantee as safe; secure; promise or agree condescendingly, as a special favor; permit

voyage: Read  long journey to a foreign or distant place, especially by sea; aviation

voyeur: Read  viewer who enjoys seeing sex acts or sex organs of others

waft: Read  cause to go gently and smoothly through air or over water

waggish: Read  witty, jocular, like a wag; humorous; tricky

waif: Read  homeless person, especially orphaned child; abandoned young animal

waive: Read  give up temporarily; yield; give up voluntarily; defer

wan: Read  having a pale or sickly color; unnaturally pale, as from physical or emotional distress

wane: Read  decrease in size or strength; draw gradually to an end

wanton: Read  unrestrained; willfully malicious; immoral or unchaste

warble: Read  sing note or song with trills; modulate tone's frequency

warrant: Read  guarantee; assurance by seller; authorization or certification

warrior: Read  fighter; combatant; one who is engaged in or experienced in battle

wastrel: Read  one who wastes, especially one who wastes money; idler or loafer

watershed: Read  crucial dividing point; ridge of high land dividing two areas that are drained by different river systems

wavy: Read  in waves; fluctuate; having curls

wax: Read  increase gradually in size, number, strength, or intensity; show a progressively larger illuminated area

waylay: Read  lie in wait for and attack from ambush; wait in hiding to attack; intercept unexpectedly

wean: Read  gradually deprive infants of mother's milk; detach affections of

weariness: Read  fatigue; tiredness; feeling of dissatisfaction or vexation

weather: Read  endure the effects of weather or other forces; come through safely; survive

weathering: Read  erosion; exposure; action of the elements on a rock in altering its color, texture, or composition

weaverbird: Read  finch-like colonial birds noted for their elaborately woven nests

welter: Read  turmoil; bewildering jumble; confused mass

wheedle: Read  cajole; coax; deceive by flattery

whelp: Read  young offspring of a mammal, such as a dog or wolf; child or youth

whet: Read  sharpen, as knife; make more keen; stimulate

whimsical: Read  determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason; capricious

whinny: Read  neigh, as a horse, especially in gentle tone; cry of horse

whittle: Read  reduce or eliminate gradually, with knife; cut small bits off

wholesome: Read  conducive to sound health or well-being; beneficial

wily: Read  cunning; full of tricks; skill in deception

wince: Read  draw back or shrink involuntarily, as in pain or from blow

windfall: Read  sudden, unexpected piece of good fortune or personal gain

winnow: Read  blow away; separate good parts from bad; sort or select desirable; extract

winsome: Read  agreeable; gracious; charming, often in childlike or naive way

wispy: Read  thin; slight; lacking clarity or distinctness

wistful: Read  full of wishful yearning or longing; sadly thoughtful

wit: Read  intellect; mental ability; natural ability to perceive and understand

witticism: Read  witty sentence, phrase, or remark; wisecrack

wizardry: Read  sorcery; power or effect that appears magical; great ability in specified field

woods: Read  small forest; woodland; dense collection of trees covering a relatively small area

woolly: Read  hairy; lacking sharp detail or clarity; consisting of, or covered with wool

worldwide: Read  global; universal; throughout the world

wrap: Read  enclose; arrange or fold as a cover or protection

writhe: Read  move in twisting or contorted motion; contort in pain

wry: Read  turned to one side; twisted; marked by humorous twist, often with a touch of irony

xenophobia: Read  exaggerated or abnormal fear of strangers or foreigners

yawn: Read  open the mouth wide with a deep inhalation, usually involuntarily from drowsiness, fatigue, or boredom

yelp: Read  eager bark or cry; sharp, quick bark or cry caused by fear or pain

yield: Read  give in; surrender; give forth a natural product; be productive

zany: Read  comical because of strangeness; ludicrously comical; clownish; bizarre

zeal: Read  intense interest; eagerness to accomplish some object

zealot: Read  fanatically committed person; person who shows excessive zeal

zealous: Read  enthusiastic; filled with or motivated by zeal

zenith: Read  point directly overhead in sky; summit