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PCAT Vocab2

Subjects : pcat, english, vocabulary
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1. Abusive/highly critical language

2. Insulting/mocking remark

3. Sexual perversion characterized by pleasure in being subjected to pain or humiliation.

4. Contributing/helping towards

5. Belief of something/one is useless

6. Fitting/practical (improper?)

7. Denying one's self pleasure

8. Cancellation of a debt/charge

9. Longer than most direct way

10. Tending to cause discontent - animosity - or envy.

11. Courage in face of danger (i.e. battle)

12. To correct through punishment/suffering; discipline; purify.

13. Only seeks personal pleasure

14. Anxiety or dismay.

15. Make or become fixed; stuck

16. Expert judge in matter of taste

17. Envy the possession/enjoyment of

18. Schemer/fisherman

19. Deadly

20. Of vital importance; requisite

21. Deceitful/untrustworthy

22. Art/practice of disputation.

23. Covering protecting nerves in teeth

24. Fake substitute for a drug

25. Loud ringing of bells

26. Lack respect; impudent; insolent

27. Lose composure; make agitated

28. Apathy or sluggishness

29. Favorable

30. Silly (lacking sense)

31. Excess (i.e. bodily fluid. ex. blood)

32. Appropriate - suitable

33. Dullness of body/spirit; abnormal drowsy

34. Clever/original/inventive

35. Something to vehemently dislike

36. Talkative

37. Excite (i.e. sexual images - words)

38. Fashionable.

39. Lustful

40. Dull and uninspired

41. Return to former state

42. Young horse

43. Violation of faith or loyalty

44. Calm; unhurried

45. Cheerful - hopeful.

46. Be in the position of authority

47. Stubborn (like a mule)

48. Junction of two rivers; merging

49. To flatter/admire excessively.

50. Steady earnest effort