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abode: to continue in a place; tolerate.
Adobe: a brick or building material
abjure: reject solemnly; to abstain from
adjure: urge or advice earnestly.
advert: refer (to sth.)
affected: artificially assumed to impress others
affecting: arousing pity, sympathy or sorrow
aloft: in the air
aloof: removed or distant either physically or emotionally
allay: calm, pacify.
Alley: a narrow passageway esp. between building.
allude: to refer indirectly
allure: charm, entice
amenity: convenience, enjoyment amiability
animation: vivacity, liveliness
animosity: ill will, resentment
amoral: being neither moral or immoral
immoral: not moral.
annul: declare or make legally invalid
anxious: worried; earnestly wishing
anxiety: painful uneasiness; abnormal apprehension
apparel: clothe adorn
apparition: a supernatural appearance ghost
appraise: set a value on
apprise: give notice to
approve: express a favorable opinion
Arbiter: one having power to decide.
Arbitrator: one chosen to settle differences between two parties in a controversy.
assist: help, aid
resist: to fight against, oppose; combat, repel.
banter: speak to or address in a witty and teasing manner.
blight: withered, blast
brazen : blatant
blazon: armorial bearings; publish widely
blunder: a gross error
blunt: not sharp, dull
brittle: easily broken, cracked, or snapped
bristle: to take on an aggressive attitude or appearance (as in response to a slight)
boom: to make a deep hollow sound; to grow or cause to grow rapidly esp. in value, esteem, or importance.
Boon: benefit, blessing
Calumniate: defame, malign libel
Culmination: reach the highest point
Canvass: to seek orders or votes: solicit
Cataclysm: a violent change or upheaval