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Read [Esc] (1) n. lacking restraint or control; feeling of extreme emotional intensity; unbounded enthusiasm


Spelling Word: abandon
Read [Esc] (2) n. the criminal act of capturing and carrying away by force


Spelling Word: abduction
Read [Esc] (3) a. being of the most miserable kind; wretched; lacking pride; brought low in condition or status


Spelling Word: abject
Read [Esc] (4) a. rubbing away; tending to grind down


Spelling Word: abrasive
Read [Esc] (5) a. perfect in quality or nature; complete; totally unlimited; certain


Spelling Word: absolute
Read [Esc] (6) v. pronounce clear of guilt or blame; grant remission of sin to; acquit


Spelling Word: absolve
Read [Esc] (7) v. assimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; occupy full attention


Spelling Word: absorb
Read [Esc] (8) n. restraint from eating or drinking;  refraining from indulging appetite or desire


Spelling Word: abstinence
Read [Esc] (9) a. theoretical; not concrete; not applied or practical; difficult to understand


Spelling Word: abstract
Read [Esc] (10) a. coarsely insulting; physically harmful; characterized by improper or wrongful use


Spelling Word: abusive
Read [Esc] (11) n. enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit; any deep, immeasurable space; hell


Spelling Word: abyss
Read [Esc] (12) a. related to school; not practical or directly useful; relating to the scholarly organization; based on formal education


Spelling Word: academic
Read [Esc] (13) v. move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected


Spelling Word: accelerate
Read [Esc] (14) a. easily approached or entered; obtainable; easy to talk to or get along with


Spelling Word: accessible
Read [Esc] (15) n. additional object; useful but not essential thing; subordinate or supplementary item


Spelling Word: accessory
Read [Esc] (16) v. do a favor or service for; provide for; supply with; make suitable; adapt; allow for


Spelling Word: accommodate
Read [Esc] (17) n. partner in crime; associate in wrongdoing


Spelling Word: accomplice
Read [Esc] (18) n. settlement or compromise of conflicting opinions; written agreement between two states


Spelling Word: accord
Read [Esc] (19) v. declare to be true or admit; express obligation, thanks


Spelling Word: acknowledge
Read [Esc] (20) n. the highest point or level, as of achievement or development; maturity or perfection of animal


Spelling Word: acme
Read [Esc] (21) v. gain through experience or effort; gain possession of; locate with a tracking system


Spelling Word: acquire
Read [Esc] (22) n. state of being found or proved not guilty; judgment of not guilty


Spelling Word: acquittal
Read [Esc] (23) a. quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe


Spelling Word: acute
Read [Esc] (24) n. wise saying; brief familiar proverb;  expression of popular wisdom


Spelling Word: adage
Read [Esc] (25) a. extremely hard; inflexible; stubbornly unyielding


Spelling Word: adamant
Read [Esc] (26) v. make fit for; change to suit a new purpose


Spelling Word: adapt
Read [Esc] (27) n. the compulsive physiological and psychological need for a substance; being abnormally dependent on something


Spelling Word: addiction
Read [Esc] (28) v. make a formal speech to; deal with or discuss; direct efforts or attention of


Spelling Word: address
Read [Esc] (29) a. expert at; very skilled; having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude


Spelling Word: adept
Read [Esc] (30) v. stick fast; stick to firmly; be compatible or in accordance with


Spelling Word: adhere
Read [Esc] (31) a. adjoining; neighboring; close to; lying near


Spelling Word: adjacent
Read [Esc] (32) n. management; supervision; people who are in charge of management; the activity of government for powers and duties


Spelling Word: administration
Read [Esc] (33) n. state of growing up from childhood to manhood or womanhood; transitional period between youth and maturity


Spelling Word: adolescence
Read [Esc] (34) n. the opponent in a contest; someone who offers opposition


Spelling Word: adversary
Read [Esc] (35) a. in opposing direction; harmful or unfavorable; acting or serving to oppose


Spelling Word: adverse
Read [Esc] (36) n. state of misfortune, hardship, or affliction; misfortune


Spelling Word: adversity
Read [Esc] (37) v. speak, plead, or argue in favor of; plead for; push for something


Spelling Word: advocate
Read [Esc] (38) a. elegant or tasteful; of or concerning the appreciation of beauty or good taste


Spelling Word: aesthetic
Read [Esc] (39) a. speaking or behaving in an artificial way; emotionally stirred or moved; infected or attacked


Spelling Word: affected
Read [Esc] (40) n. written statement made under oath


Spelling Word: affidavit
Read [Esc] (41) n. partnership; alliance; association in the same family or society


Spelling Word: affiliation
Read [Esc] (42) n. cause or condition of pain, suffering, or distress


Spelling Word: affliction
Read [Esc] (43) n. outcome; consequence, especially of a disaster or misfortune


Spelling Word: aftermath
Read [Esc] (44) n. items of business at a meeting; list or program of things to be done or considered


Spelling Word: agenda
Read [Esc] (45) n. one that acts on behalf of other persons or organizations


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Read [Esc] (46) n. one that engages in aggression; a person who first attacks


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Read [Esc] (47) n. assumed name; another name; a name that has been assumed temporarily


Spelling Word: alias
Read [Esc] (48) a. dissimilar, inconsistent, or opposed in nature; very different place, society, or person


Spelling Word: alien
Read [Esc] (49) v. cause to become unfriendly or hostile; transfer property or ownership; isolate or dissociate emotionally


Spelling Word: alienate
Read [Esc] (50) n. payment by a husband to his divorced wife, or vice versa


Spelling Word: alimony
Read [Esc] (51) n. loyalty to a nation, sovereign, or cause; fidelity to any person or thing; devotion


Spelling Word: allegiance
Read [Esc] (52) v. provide physical relief, as from pain; make easier; remove in part


Spelling Word: alleviate
Read [Esc] (53) n. mixture; a combination of diverse things


Spelling Word: alloy
Read [Esc] (54) v. attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive


Spelling Word: allure
Read [Esc] (55) a. apart; remote in manner; distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote


Spelling Word: aloof
Read [Esc] (56) n. a noisy quarrel; contention in words; dispute carried on with heat or anger; controversy


Spelling Word: altercation
Read [Esc] (57) v. change for the better; improve; remove faults or errors


Spelling Word: amend
Read [Esc] (58) a. out of proper order; not in perfect shape; faulty


Spelling Word: amiss
Read [Esc] (59) n. military stores or provisions; articles used in weapons, as powder, balls, shot, shells


Spelling Word: ammunition
Read [Esc] (60) n. partial or total loss of memory, usually resulting from shock or illness


Spelling Word: amnesia
Read [Esc] (61) n. the general pardon granted by the government, especially for political offenses


Spelling Word: amnesty
Read [Esc] (62) a. lacking moral sensibility; not caring about right and wrong


Spelling Word: amoral
Read [Esc] (63) a. more than enough in size or scope or capacity; relatively large


Spelling Word: ample
Read [Esc] (64) n. object worn, especially around the neck, as a charm against evil or injury; charm


Spelling Word: amulet
Read [Esc] (65) n. the similarity in some respects; comparison based on similarity


Spelling Word: analogy
Read [Esc] (66) n. absence of governing body; state of disorder; political disorder and confusion


Spelling Word: anarchy
Read [Esc] (67) v. secure or fasten firmly; be fixed in place; narrate or coordinate


Spelling Word: anchor
Read [Esc] (68) n. a short account of the amusing or interesting event; short narrative; a secret story of history or biography


Spelling Word: anecdote
Read [Esc] (69) n. condition in which blood lacks red corpuscles; deficiency of red blood cells; lack of vitality


Spelling Word: anemia
Read [Esc] (70) n. a substance that causes loss of sensation; producing temporary loss or impairment of feeling


Spelling Word: anesthetic
Read [Esc] (71) n. agonizing physical or mental pain; extreme suffering


Spelling Word: anguish
Read [Esc] (72) a. having life or vigor or spirit; filled with activity; in the form of cartoon


Spelling Word: animated
Read [Esc] (73) n. bitter hostility; active hatred; hostile feeling or act


Spelling Word: animosity
Read [Esc] (74) v. append or attach; take possession of; incorporate into an existing political unit


Spelling Word: annex
Read [Esc] (75) n. irregularity; a person or something unusual; departure from the normal or common order


Spelling Word: anomaly
Read [Esc] (76) n. state of being nameless; one that is unknown or unacknowledged


Spelling Word: anonymity
Read [Esc] (77) a. having no name; having an unknown or unacknowledged name


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Read [Esc] (78) n. song of praise or patriotism; the song of devotion or loyalty


Spelling Word: anthem
Read [Esc] (79) n. one who studies history and science of mankind


Spelling Word: anthropologist
Read [Esc] (80) n. medicine to counteract a poison or disease; an agent that relieves or counteracts


Spelling Word: antidote
Read [Esc] (81) a. too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; obsolete; aged


Spelling Word: antiquated
Read [Esc] (82) n. a substance that prevents infection; a substance that restricts the growth of disease-causing microorganisms


Spelling Word: antiseptic
Read [Esc] (83) v. imitate; mimic, as an [___] imitates human actions


Spelling Word: ape
Read [Esc] (84) a. prophetic; involving or portending widespread devastation


Spelling Word: apocalyptic
Read [Esc] (85) n. a group of parts that work together to perform a given function; appliance, or device for a particular purpose


Spelling Word: apparatus
Read [Esc] (86) v. bring peace, quiet, or calm to; satisfy or relieve


Spelling Word: appease
Read [Esc] (87) n. close attention; work of applying something; verbal or written request for assistance


Spelling Word: application
Read [Esc] (88) v. be thankful for; increase in worth; be thoroughly conscious of


Spelling Word: appreciate
Read [Esc] (89) v. take into custody; arrest a criminal; grasp mentally; perceive


Spelling Word: apprehend
Read [Esc] (90) v. acquire; take possession of for one's own use; set apart for specific use


Spelling Word: appropriate
Read [Esc] (91) n. inherent ability; quickness in learning and understanding


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Read [Esc] (92) a. randomly chosen; determined by chance or impulse, and not by reason or principle


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Read [Esc] (93) n. someone chosen to judge and decide the disputed issue;  one having the power to make authoritative decisions


Spelling Word: arbitrator
Read [Esc] (94) n. covered passageway, usually lined with shops; simple arched opening in a wall; vault or vaulted place


Spelling Word: arcade
Read [Esc] (95) n. public records; place where public records are kept


Spelling Word: archives
Read [Esc] (96) n. operatic solo; a solo vocal piece with instrumental accompaniment


Spelling Word: aria
Read [Esc] (97) v. set out for display or use; place in orderly arrangement


Spelling Word: array
Read [Esc] (98) v. stop or slow down; catch someone's attention; take into custody


Spelling Word: arrest
Read [Esc] (99) n. overbearing pride; haughtiness; manifest feeling of personal superiority in rank, power, or estimation


Spelling Word: arrogance
Read [Esc] (100) a. arising from feeling or assumption of one's superiority toward others


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Read [Esc] (101) n. storage place for military equipment; a stock of weapons


Spelling Word: arsenal
Read [Esc] (102) a. expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language


Spelling Word: articulate
Read [Esc] (103) n. the object made by human beings; inaccurate observation, effect, or result


Spelling Word: artifact
Read [Esc] (104) v. find out for certain; discover with certainty; make sure of


Spelling Word: ascertain
Read [Esc] (105) a. utterly stupid or silly; inanely foolish


Spelling Word: asinine
Read [Esc] (106) v. seek to attain; long for; strive toward an end


Spelling Word: aspire
Read [Esc] (107) v. declare or state with confidence; put oneself forward boldly


Spelling Word: assert
Read [Esc] (108) n. act of judging or assessing; amount determined as payable


Spelling Word: assessment
Read [Esc] (109) n. something taken for accepted as true without proof; taking over or taking possession of


Spelling Word: assumption
Read [Esc] (110) n. promise or pledge; certainty; self-confidence; freedom from doubt


Spelling Word: assurance
Read [Esc] (111) n. small planet; any small celestial bodies that revolve around the sun


Spelling Word: asteroid
Read [Esc] (112) a. relating to stars; star-shaped


Spelling Word: astral
Read [Esc] (113) a. enormously large or extensive; relating to astronomy


Spelling Word: astronomical
Read [Esc] (114) a. wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence


Spelling Word: astute
Read [Esc] (115) n. place of refuge or shelter; protection


Spelling Word: asylum
Read [Esc] (116) n. a bound volume of maps, charts, or tables


Spelling Word: atlas
Read [Esc] (117) v. make amends, as for sin or fault; pay for; turn away from sin


Spelling Word: atone
Read [Esc] (118) v. achieve or accomplish; gain


Spelling Word: attain
Read [Esc] (119) a. alert and watchful; considerate; thoughtful


Spelling Word: attentive
Read [Esc] (120) v. testify; authenticate, affirm to be true


Spelling Word: attest
Read [Esc] (121) n. essential quality; reputation; honor


Spelling Word: attribute
Read [Esc] (122) v. examine, verify, or correct the financial accounts of


Spelling Word: audit
Read [Esc] (123) n. area of theater or concert hall where the audience sits


Spelling Word: auditorium
Read [Esc] (124) a. impressive; majestic; inspiring awe or admiration


Spelling Word: august
Read [Esc] (125) a. weighting authority; peremptory and dictatorial


Spelling Word: authoritative
Read [Esc] (126) n. examination of dead body; post-mortem


Spelling Word: autopsy
Read [Esc] (127) a. helper, additional or subsidiary


Spelling Word: auxiliary
Read [Esc] (128) v. turn to the advantage of; be of service to; profit; promote


Spelling Word: avail
Read [Esc] (129) n. a great mass of falling snow and ice


Spelling Word: avalanche
Read [Esc] (130) v. take vengeance for something, or on behalf of someone


Spelling Word: avenge
Read [Esc] (131) n. firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike


Spelling Word: aversion
Read [Esc] (132) v. prevent; turn or cause to turn off or away


Spelling Word: avert
Read [Esc] (133) a. greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm


Spelling Word: avid
Read [Esc] (134) n. mixed emotion of reverence, respect, dread, and wonder; fear, as of something evil


Spelling Word: awe
Read [Esc] (135) v. talk foolishly or idly; utter meaningless confusion of words or sounds


Spelling Word: babble
Read [Esc] (136) v. pester; annoy persistently; persuade through constant efforts


Spelling Word: badger
Read [Esc] (137) v. harass; tease; lure, entice, or entrap


Spelling Word: bait
Read [Esc] (138) n. something that relieves pain


Spelling Word: balm
Read [Esc] (139) a. mild and pleasant; fragrant


Spelling Word: balmy
Read [Esc] (140) n. something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin


Spelling Word: bane
Read [Esc] (141) n. sharp projection from fishhook; openly cutting remark


Spelling Word: barb
Read [Esc] (142) a. desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking


Spelling Word: barren
Read [Esc] (143) n. ray of light; a long piece of metal or wood; long piece fixed or movable in structure, machine, or tool


Spelling Word: beam
Read [Esc] (144) v. resent; give or expend with reluctance; be envious of


Spelling Word: begrudge
Read [Esc] (145) v. disparage or depreciate; put down


Spelling Word: belittle
Read [Esc] (146) n. gift giver; a person who gives people or institutions financial help


Spelling Word: benefactor
Read [Esc] (147) a. helpful; tending to promote physical well-being


Spelling Word: beneficial
Read [Esc] (148) n. a person entitled to benefits or proceeds of an insurance policy or will


Spelling Word: beneficiary
Read [Esc] (149) a. generous in providing aid to others; charitable


Spelling Word: benevolent
Read [Esc] (150) a. kindly; favorable; not malignant


Spelling Word: benign
Read [Esc] (151) a. determined to do or have


Spelling Word: bent
Read [Esc] (152) a. mentally or emotionally upset; deranged; excessively agitated


Spelling Word: berserk
Read [Esc] (153) v. beg; plead with; ask for or request earnestly


Spelling Word: beseech
Read [Esc] (154) v. give as a gift; present


Spelling Word: bestow
Read [Esc] (155) v. be unfaithful; reveal unconsciously or unwillingly


Spelling Word: betray
Read [Esc] (156) a. favoring one person or side over another; prejudiced


Spelling Word: biased
Read [Esc] (157) a. fantastic; violently contrasting; strangely unconventional in style or appearance


Spelling Word: bizarre
Read [Esc] (158) a. lacking stimulating or mild; agreeable


Spelling Word: bland
Read [Esc] (159) n. act of claiming for oneself the attributes and rights of God; utterance or writing concerning God


Spelling Word: blasphemy
Read [Esc] (160) a. flagrant; conspicuously obvious; loudly offensive


Spelling Word: blatant
Read [Esc] (161) a. cold or cheerless; unlikely to be favorable


Spelling Word: bleak
Read [Esc] (162) a. swollen or puffed as with water or air


Spelling Word: bloated
Read [Esc] (163) n. the pretense of strength; mislead or deceive


Spelling Word: bluff
Read [Esc] (164) a. having a dull edge or end; not sharp; lacking in feeling; insensitive


Spelling Word: blunt
Read [Esc] (165) v. utter suddenly and impulsively


Spelling Word: blurt
Read [Esc] (166) v. foreshadow; indicate by signs; be an omen of; predict


Spelling Word: bode
Read [Esc] (167) a. counterfeit or fake; not authentic; not genuine


Spelling Word: bogus
Read [Esc] (168) v. dash or dart off; move or jump suddenly


Spelling Word: bolt
Read [Esc] (169) a. deep and resonant; flourishing; thriving


Spelling Word: booming
Read [Esc] (170) a. being without boundaries or limits; infinite; vast


Spelling Word: boundless
Read [Esc] (171) a. middle class; selfishly materialistic; dully conventional


Spelling Word: bourgeois
Read [Esc] (172) v. refrain from buying or using


Spelling Word: boycott
Read [Esc] (173) n. defiant or swaggering behavior; the pretense of courage; false show of bravery


Spelling Word: bravado
Read [Esc] (174) a. having loud, usually harsh, resonant sound; shameless


Spelling Word: brazen
Read [Esc] (175) n. breaking of contract or duty; breaking of waves or surf; fissure or gap


Spelling Word: breach
Read [Esc] (176) a. easily broken; having little elasticity


Spelling Word: brittle
Read [Esc] (177) n. pamphlet; small book usually having a paper cover


Spelling Word: brochure
Read [Esc] (178) n. ornamental clasp;  decorative pin worn by women


Spelling Word: brooch
Read [Esc] (179) v. graze; skim or glance at casually


Spelling Word: browse
Read [Esc] (180) n. table with food set out for people to serve themselves; meal at which people help themselves to food that's been set out


Spelling Word: buffet
Read [Esc] (181) n. over-regulated administrative system


Spelling Word: bureaucracy
Read [Esc] (182) a. husky; muscular and heavily built


Spelling Word: burly
Read [Esc] (183) n. hiding place; secret store of valuables or money


Spelling Word: cache
Read [Esc] (184) n. corpse; dead body, especially one intended for dissection


Spelling Word: cadaver
Read [Esc] (185) a. deliberately planned; carefully thought out in advance


Spelling Word: calculated
Read [Esc] (186) n. ability; degree or grade of excellence or worth; diameter of a tube or gun barrel


Spelling Word: caliber
Read [Esc] (187) a. emotionally hardened; unfeeling; toughened


Spelling Word: callous
Read [Esc] (188) v. exploit natural surroundings to disguise something; conceal


Spelling Word: camouflage
Read [Esc] (189) n. frankness; quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech


Spelling Word: candor
Read [Esc] (190) a. related to dogs; dog-like; affecting or derived from dogs


Spelling Word: canine
Read [Esc] (191) n. inclination or slope; slanted or oblique surface; jargon, especially of thieves; dialect


Spelling Word: cant
Read [Esc] (192) n. mental or physical ability; ability to accommodate


Spelling Word: capacity
Read [Esc] (193) n. sudden, unexpected fancy; impulsive change of mind


Spelling Word: caprice
Read [Esc] (194) n. title; chapter heading; text under illustration


Spelling Word: caption
Read [Esc] (195) n. unit of weight for precious stones; a measure of fineness of gold


Spelling Word: carat
Read [Esc] (196) a. chief; serving as an essential component


Spelling Word: cardinal
Read [Esc] (197) n. the doctor who specializes in medical problems related to heart


Spelling Word: cardiologist
Read [Esc] (198) n. destruction of life; the savage and excessive killing of many people


Spelling Word: carnage
Read [Esc] (199) a. fleshly; of or relating to body or flesh; bodily


Spelling Word: carnal
Read [Esc] (200) n. small waterfall; sudden downpour


Spelling Word: cascade
Read [Esc] (201) n. serious or fatal accident; someone injured or killed in an accident


Spelling Word: casualty
Read [Esc] (202) n. an agent which brings about chemical change while it remains unaffected and unchanged


Spelling Word: catalyst
Read [Esc] (203) n. calamity; disaster; state of extreme ruin and misfortune


Spelling Word: catastrophe
Read [Esc] (204) a. broadly sympathetic; universal; related to Roman Catholic Church


Spelling Word: catholic
Read [Esc] (205) n. a private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy


Spelling Word: caucus
Read [Esc] (206) a. offhand or casual; given to haughty disregard of others


Spelling Word: cavalier
Read [Esc] (207) a. famous; well-known; having illustrious past


Spelling Word: celebrated
Read [Esc] (208) n. overseer of morals; official responsible for removal of objectionable or sensitive content


Spelling Word: censor
Read [Esc] (209) a. relating to the brain or cerebrum;  intellectual rather than emotional


Spelling Word: cerebral
Read [Esc] (210) v. protect or fight for the first place


Spelling Word: champion
Read [Esc] (211) a. in utter disorder; lacking visible order or organization


Spelling Word: chaotic
Read [Esc] (212) n. divine gift; great popular charm or appeal of a political leader


Spelling Word: charisma
Read [Esc] (213) n. quack; one who pretends to knowledge, skill, or importance


Spelling Word: charlatan
Read [Esc] (214) a. morally pure in thought or conduct; decent and modest


Spelling Word: chaste
Read [Esc] (215) v. stop motion; curb or restrain


Spelling Word: check
Read [Esc] (216) a. divided into squares; diversified in color; marked by great changes or shifts in fortune


Spelling Word: checkered
Read [Esc] (217) n. a metal tool with a sharp edge used to cut and shape stone, wood, or metal


Spelling Word: chisel
Read [Esc] (218) a. having qualities of ideal knight; faithful; brave


Spelling Word: chivalrous
Read [Esc] (219) n. art of representing dances in written symbols; the arrangement of dances


Spelling Word: choreography
Read [Esc] (220) a. lasting for a long period;  marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases


Spelling Word: chronic
Read [Esc] (221) v. report or record in chronological order


Spelling Word: chronicle
Read [Esc] (222) v. quote; adduce as an instance


Spelling Word: cite
Read [Esc] (223) a. having to do with citizens or the state; courteous and polite


Spelling Word: civil
Read [Esc] (224) n. having foresight; fortuneteller


Spelling Word: clairvoyant
Read [Esc] (225) a. secret; conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods


Spelling Word: clandestine
Read [Esc] (226) n. fastening device; firm grip


Spelling Word: clasp
Read [Esc] (227) n. mildness, as of the weather; merciful, kind, or lenient act


Spelling Word: clemency
Read [Esc] (228) n. clients of professional person; the body of customers or patrons


Spelling Word: clientele
Read [Esc] (229) n. a small section of filmed or filed material


Spelling Word: clip
Read [Esc] (230) n. blow, especially with the fist; great influence, especially political or social


Spelling Word: clout
Read [Esc] (231) n. partnership; league; state of being combined into one body


Spelling Word: coalition
Read [Esc] (232) n. use of force to get someone to obey


Spelling Word: coercion
Read [Esc] (233) v. make pieces of money from metal; invent or fabricate


Spelling Word: coin
Read [Esc] (234) n. two or more things occurring at the same time by chance


Spelling Word: coincidence
Read [Esc] (235) n. work of art put together from fragments


Spelling Word: collage
Read [Esc] (236) n. security pledged for repayment of loan


Spelling Word: collateral
Read [Esc] (237) a. of extraordinary size; huge; gigantic


Spelling Word: colossal
Read [Esc] (238) a. in coma; extremely sleepy; unconscious


Spelling Word: comatose
Read [Esc] (239) v. serve as a memorial to; honor the memory of with a ceremony


Spelling Word: commemorate
Read [Esc] (240) a. held in common; of a group of people


Spelling Word: communal
Read [Esc] (241) v. obtain or bargain for exemption or substitution; regularly travel from a place of residence to another place


Spelling Word: commute
Read [Esc] (242) n. small and economical car; small cosmetics case


Spelling Word: compact
Read [Esc] (243) a. harmonious; having similar disposition and tastes


Spelling Word: compatible
Read [Esc] (244) a. overpowering; drivingly forceful; urgently requiring attention


Spelling Word: compelling
Read [Esc] (245) v. complete; consummate; make perfect


Spelling Word: complement
Read [Esc] (246) n. readiness to yield; happy friendly agreement


Spelling Word: compliance
Read [Esc] (247) n. element; ingredient; abstract part of something


Spelling Word: component
Read [Esc] (248) n. combination of two or more elements or parts


Spelling Word: compound
Read [Esc] (249) a. thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope


Spelling Word: comprehensive
Read [Esc] (250) v. close; squeeze or press together; contract


Spelling Word: compress
Read [Esc] (251) v. adjust or settle by making mutual concessions; endanger the interests or reputation of


Spelling Word: compromise
Read [Esc] (252) v. reckon; make a mathematical calculation


Spelling Word: compute
Read [Esc] (253) v. admit; yield; give up physical control of another


Spelling Word: concede
Read [Esc] (254) n. beginning; forming of an idea; an act of conceiving


Spelling Word: conception
Read [Esc] (255) n. act of yielding; point yielded; acknowledgment or admission


Spelling Word: concession
Read [Esc] (256) n. agreement of opinions; harmonious state of things


Spelling Word: concord
Read [Esc] (257) n. riddle; difficult problem; dilemma


Spelling Word: conundrum
Read [Esc] (258) v. cause to come together formally


Spelling Word: convene
Read [Esc] (259) n. social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states


Spelling Word: convention
Read [Esc] (260) a. based upon traditional rules; formed by agreement or compact


Spelling Word: conventional
Read [Esc] (261) v. chat; talk informally; engage in a spoken exchange of thoughts


Spelling Word: converse
Read [Esc] (262) n. change something into another form; transform


Spelling Word: convert
Read [Esc] (263) n. the judgment that someone is guilty of a crime; strongly held belief


Spelling Word: conviction
Read [Esc] (264) a. gracious; showing warmth and friendliness


Spelling Word: cordial
Read [Esc] (265) n. ceremony of crowning queen or king


Spelling Word: coronation
Read [Esc] (266) v. establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; support with evidence


Spelling Word: corroborate
Read [Esc] (267) a. of the universe; vast


Spelling Word: cosmic
Read [Esc] (268) a. sophisticated; of worldwide scope


Spelling Word: cosmopolitan
Read [Esc] (269) a. secretive, not openly shown


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Read [Esc] (270) n. one who manages museum or library; superintendent; manager


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Read [Esc] (271) a. having been shortened; effectively cut short; rudely brief or abrupt, as in speech or manner


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Read [Esc] (272) a. skeptical of motives of others; selfishly calculating; negative or pessimistic


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Read [Esc] (273) v. splash liquid gently and playfully; undertake something without serious intent


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Read [Esc] (274) a. disagreeably damp or humid; cold moisture; unpleasant humidity


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Read [Esc] (275) n. standstill resulting from the opposition of two forces or factions; stalemate


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Read [Esc] (276) n. sudden downfall; complete disaster


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Read [Esc] (277) n. remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up


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Read [Esc] (278) n. young woman making formal entrance into society


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Read [Esc] (279) v. convert code into ordinary language; read with difficulty


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Read [Esc] (280) n. propriety in manners and conduct; good taste in manners; conventions or requirements of polite behavior


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Read [Esc] (281) n. lure or bait; means used to mislead or lead into danger


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Read [Esc] (282) n. failure to act; an option that is selected automatically


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Read [Esc] (283) v. delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time


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Read [Esc] (284) n. refusal to yield; readiness to contend or resist


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Read [Esc] (285) a. final; complete; precisely defined or explicit


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Read [Esc] (286) v. turn aside; draw someone's attention away from something


Spelling Word: deflect
Read [Esc] (287) v. remove the fuse of the bomb; reduce or eliminate the threat


Spelling Word: defuse
Read [Esc] (288) v. become worse; decline; fall


Spelling Word: degenerate
Read [Esc] (289) n. humiliation; debasement; decline to a lower condition, quality, or level


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Read [Esc] (290) a. delightful; delicious; extremely pleasing to the sense of taste


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Read [Esc] (291) v. erase; strike out; remove or make invisible


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Read [Esc] (292) v. consider; think about carefully; weigh


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Read [Esc] (293) n. false belief; mistaken or unfounded opinion


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Read [Esc] (294) n. conduct; management; way in which a person behaves


Spelling Word: demeanor
Read [Esc] (295) a. insane; mad; of unsound mind; mentally ill


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Read [Esc] (296) n. end of existence or activity; termination


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Read [Esc] (297) n. act of overthrowing, pulling down, or destroying


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Read [Esc] (298) v. position troops in readiness for combat, as along a front or line; put into use or action


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Read [Esc] (299) n. testimony under oath; the act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process


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Read [Esc] (300) a. disordered; especially in mind; crazy; insane


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