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100 Words For Every College Student

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1. A leader who tries to stir up people by appeals to emotion - prejudice - etc. - in order to achieve power

2. To utter - or express with - a snorting - exultant laugh or chuckle

3. Perception; understanding; knowledge

4. Id est (that is)

5. Lofty with pride

6. Environment; setting

7. Made up of or combining elements from varying sources

8. Full; entire; complete

9. Frivolity (not serious or sensible)

10. Sharp - biting - or acid in temper - expression - or tone

11. The representation of abstract ideas or principles by characters - figures - or events in narrative - dramatic - or pictorial form

12. A chain; a succession

13. To make vicious and defamatory statements about

14. Peaceful - undisturbed - and happy

15. Bitterly sarcastic

16. Necessary; indispensable

17. Very talkative

18. A relationship of mutual benefit or depencence

19. Seize the moment

20. Extravagant exaggeration

21. Course - base - instinctive

22. Exempli gratia (for example)

23. Making a loud outcry

24. Relating to money

25. Extremely scanty (bare)

26. Inclined to keep quiet

27. Brief - concise

28. More than is wanted or is sufficient

29. To make or grow better

30. Displaing a lack of maturity

31. Of doubtful authority or authenticity

32. Characterized by or having authority vested equally among colleagues

33. To divide into two parts or branches

34. Whimsical; changeable

35. A natural inclination; predisposition

36. Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible

37. Bitter - harsh - or biting sharpness

38. Omission or suppression of parts of words or sentences with a mark or series of marks (... or for example)

39. A minute amount; an iota or trace

40. Logic: a form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise - a minor premise - and a conclusion

41. To cancel - destroy - revoke - or void

42. Having two opposite or contradictory ideas

43. Apparently right; superficiallly fair - just - or correct - but not so in reality; appearing well at first view; plausible

44. A person of refined upbringing - manners and taste

45. One who attacks and seeks to overthrow traditional or popular ideas of institutions

46. A core or nucleus of trained or otherwise qualified personnel around which an organization is formed

47. Inclined to put off what ought to be done at once

48. Quickness of perception or discernment (understanding)

49. Lacking in courage and resolution

50. Being everywhere