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Vocabulary List #13 for week of 2/25

February 25, 2013
  1. Circumspect
  2. Quiescent
  3. Foible
  4. Fervent
  5. Protract
  6. Ostentatious
  7. Quandary
  8. Censure
  9. Cavil
  10. Assimilate

Don’t forget about these guys:

  1. Paraphrase
  2. Ostensible
  3. Digress
  4. Uncanny
  5. Candor
  6. Morose
  7. Adept
  8. Saturated
  9. Pragmatic
  10. Congenial
  11. Capricious
  12. Blatant
  13. obligatory
  14. negligible
  15. adamant
  16. sporadic
  17. vanguard
  18. concur
  19. precociousness
  20. aloof
  21. creed
  22. tawdry
  23. peevish
  24. arduous
  25. personable
  26. resolute
  27. supposition
  28. arbitrary
  29. monotonous
  30. Legacy
  31. Manifold
  32. Pliant
  33. Retort
  34. Obstinate
  35. Lacerate
  36. Omnipotent
  37. Unscrupulous
  38. Renaissance
  39. Genesis
  40. Warrant
  41. Cantankerous
  42. Flippant
  43. Subjugate
  44. Wry
  45. Urbane
  46. Jargon
  47. Prudent
  48. Inviolable
  49. Commodious
  50. Proximity
  51. Advocate
  52. Delegate
  53. Unprecedented
  54. Poignant
  55. Nebulous
  56. Clandestine
  57. Tirade
  58. Recur
  59. Tacit
  60. Allegation
  61. Gullible
  62. Benign
  63. Peripheral
  64. Rebuff
  65. Animosity
  66. Tenuous
  67. Complacent
  68. Acme
  69. Defunct
  70. Abet
  71. Haggard
  72. Waive
  73. Carnal
  74. Sanction
  75. Ambiguous
  76. Spendthrift
  77. Mollify
  78. Unequivocal
  79. Malleable
  80. Verbose
  81. Transient
  82. Nettle
  83. Repudiate
  84. Impetuous
  85. Frugal
  86. Incongruous
  87. Assuage
  88. Corroborate
  89. Embellish
  90. Avaricious
  91. Cursory
  92. Vacillate
  93. Clement
  94. Lucrative
  95. Allocate
  96. Reconcile
  97. Paragon
  98. Analogous
  99. Diurnal
  100. Pretext
  101. Defray
  102. Taciturn
  103. Terse
  104. Boon
  105. Proletariat
  106. Heterogeneous
  107. Pittance
  108. Glib
  109. Penchant
  110. Solicitous
  111. Circumscribe
  112. Dearth
  113. Ingratiating
  114. Mercenary
  115. Extemporize
  116. Erudite
  117. Austere
  118. Laconic
  119. Ameliorate
  120. Expunge
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