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Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Generosity

2. To induce tranquility

3. Highly productive; prolific

4. A link or connection

5. Intense; passionate; devoted; characterized by high emotion

6. To calm down

7. Having changing - rainbow-like colors

8. Indirect; crooked

9. Head of a tribe or family

10. Harsh-sounding

11. To scold

12. To hypnotize

13. Originating in one's personal observation

14. Not picky

15. Energetic

16. Something falling apart or run down

17. Government by religious leaders

18. Inflammatory - insulting

19. To give compensation (for suffering or injury - for instance)

20. The authority of a court of law

21. The ringing of bells

22. Pertaining to the body

23. Having many components

24. Strong dislike

25. Having a logical approach to things ('with dialectic thoroughness')

26. An assembly of a large number of people

27. To read through with attention

28. Truthfulness

29. Dirty; to besmear or make foul

30. Revengeful

31. Wealthy person who is accustomed to luxury

32. To deny privilege to

33. Calm; dignified

34. Harsh sounding; grating

35. Out-of-date

36. Superiority; outstanding notability

37. Calmness of mind or manner

38. Relevant

39. Land made up of grass

40. To stare with open mouth

41. To do away with utterly; wipe out

42. To disregard

43. To give a restriction

44. One who enjoys his own pain

45. Cautious; quietly

46. Make known; to advocate

47. To ooze out

48. A noisy argument

49. 1) tact 2) the conduct of relations among nations

50. Ridicule