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Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Remedy

2. To think hard; to ponder (n. rumination)

3. Accidental discoveries

4. To supplant or replace

5. Late or tardy; delayed

6. A group of companions or followers

7. Appropriately expressed

8. A point or state of spiritual perfection

9. The path of flight followed by a projectile

10. Smooth and sweet

11. Unsuccessful or fruitless

12. Not to be violated - indestructible

13. Deadly

14. Deny; to declare false

15. To ooze out

16. Absurd to the point of being laughable.

17. Faithless - disloyal - untrustworthy

18. Offensive - lacking manners

19. Not penetrable ('raincoats are impervious to water')

20. Irritable; ill-natured; peevish

21. A situation that lacks accord

22. Offensive

23. Destruction by fire

24. To settle or bring into agreement

25. Taking advantage of one's position for personal gain

26. A small quantity of measure

27. To lie or give false and misleading testimony

28. Describing a permanent job (where one cannot be fired)

29. Pleasant or appealing (tasty)

30. The act of providing guided instruction or protection

31. Outwardly religious

32. Blameworthy

33. Examining oneself

34. A wicked person

35. To alienate; to remove from a position or relationship

36. To criticize harshly

37. Faithfulness; loyalty

38. Courage

39. The science of formal classification and naming

40. A representation on a large scale

41. To summon or bring about ('conjure up spirits')

42. Pertaining to the city

43. Strange similarity

44. Wandering

45. Lasting a long time - indefinitely

46. Boisterously merry

47. Conforming to church law

48. To condescend to ('The snob wouldn't deign to answer our questions.')

49. Talkative

50. Disaster