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PCAT Vocab2

Subjects : pcat, english, vocabulary
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1. Long speech of angry criticism

2. Become less intense/widespread

3. Smelling/tasting unpleasant (stale)

4. Quench one's thirst; satisfy desire

5. Generous/munificent/forgive

6. Small quantity

7. Impossible to stop or prevent

8. Expressing disapproval

9. Profession/science of teaching

10. Mollify; appease; mitigate; alleviate

11. Written message (diplomacy)

12. Reject with disdain

13. Schemer/fisherman

14. (of a sound) - sweet and soothing

15. Expert judge in matter of taste

16. Cancellation of a debt/charge

17. Entertainment of sketches/song/dance

18. To exclude from a group by common consent.

19. Talkative

20. Noisy disturbance or quarrel

21. The gift of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for.

22. Highest order of angels

23. Very generous

24. Store of money or valuable objects

25. Strange or mysterious

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

27. Complete happiness/ expressing

28. Foolishly impractical especially in the pursuit of ideals.

29. Unconventional/slightly strange

30. Inept; insufficient to perform a task

31. The use of delaying tactics - like long speeches - especially in a legislative assembly.

32. A hospital

33. Jewelry giving protection from evil

34. Bring together to form a whole

35. Valuable stolen goods

36. Model; exemplar

37. Denying one's self pleasure

38. Recklessly daring

39. (of man) has energy - strong sex-drive

40. Unearthly; too light; diaphanous

41. Preference/special liking for

42. Art/practice of disputation.

43. Endure pain without showing feeling

44. Tall tower used to store grain

45. End something

46. Shun or avoid

47. Restate

48. Exhibiting aggression.

49. Extreme greed for wealth

50. Submissive