[Esc] (1) /'ɒbdjʊrɪt/;/'ɑbdərɪt/ a. Syn. stubborn; inflexible hardened in wrongdoing or wickedness; not giving in to persuasion He was [___] in his refusal to listen to our complaints.
[Esc] (2) /ə'bli:k/ a. Syn. inclined having slanting or sloping direction, course, or position; inclined Casting a quick, [___] glance at the reviewing stand, the sergeant ordered the company to march.
[Esc] (3) /əb'strɛpərəs/ a. noisily aggressive; making great noise or outcry What do you do when an [___] horde of drunken policemen goes carousing through your hotel, crashing into potted plants and singing vulgar songs?.
[Esc] (4) /'oʊdɪəs/ a. Syn. hateful; vile hateful; arousing strong dislike, aversion, or intense displeasure Cinderella's ugly stepsisters had the [___] habit of popping their zits in public.
[Esc] (5) /'pælɪeɪt/ v. lessen violence of disease; moderate intensity; gloss over with excuses Not content merely to [___] the patient's sores and cankers, the researcher sought a means of wiping out the disease.
[Esc] (6) /pɜrtɪ'neɪʃəs/;/-tn'eɪʃəs/ a. Syn. stubborn; persistent stubbornly or perversely persistent; unyielding; obstinate He is bound to succeed because his [___] nature will not permit him to quit.
[Esc] (7) /'prʊərɪənt/ a. having or causing lustful thoughts and desires; having eager desire for something Aroused by his [___] impulses, the dirty old man leered at the sweet young thing and offered to give her a sample of his "prowess.".
[Esc] (8) /'pjʊəraɪl/;/-rəl/ a. Syn. childish childish; belonging to childhood; immature His [___] pranks sometimes offended his more mature friends.
[Esc] (9) /pʌŋk'tɪlɪəs/ a. marked by precise accordance with details Percy is [___] about observing the rules of etiquette whenever Miss Manners invites him to stay.
[Esc] (10) /rɪ'sɪnd/ v. Syn. cancel; annul; repeal cancel; make void; repeal or annul To change or [___] is justified only when re-estimate of all of the available facts.