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  1. Virulent adjective
    extrememley poisonous; Harmful

          

  2. aggrieve verb
    to inform, to notify

          

  3. Paramount adjective
    Greatest dominant

          

  4. enervate verb
    to contest in court, to contend

          

  5. craven adjective
    overused, trite

          

  6. miasma noun
    Soothsayer Prophet

          

  7. zest Noun
    Peculiarly; oddity

          

  8. apprise verb
    to inform, to notify

          

  9. Zealous adjective
    eager; earnest

          

  10. leeward adjective

          

  11. banal adjective
    meager, sparse

          

  12. Arduous adjective
    difficult and strenouous

          

  13. scanty adjective
    meager, sparse

          

  14. ebullient adjective
    exuberant; high spirited

          

  15. Affidavit noun
    Deposition; sworn; statement

          

  16. Consolidate verb
    To unite

          

  17. adjudge verb
    to confuse, to stupefy

          

  18. diverge verb
    To maintain

          

  19. Implore verb
    to beg for earnestly for; to pray for

          

  20. traduce verb
    to decree; to ordain; to consider

          

  21. brigand noun
    a bandit, an outlaw

          

  22. quirk noun
    spirit; liveliness

          

  23. liguidate verb
    to close out, to sell out

          

  24. Oracle noun
    penalty, punishment

          

  25. Inept adjective
    fearless; Brave

          

  26. extol verb
    to rot, to ulcerate

          

  27. bewilder verb
    to confuse, to stupefy

          

  28. Incendiary adjective
    nutritious, wholesome

          

  29. penance noun
    penalty, punishment

          

  30. Allege verb
    To maintain

          

  31. admonish verb
    to warn, to advise

          

  32. accomplice noun
    Soothsayer Prophet

          

  33. exonerate verb
    to free of blame, to acquit

          

  34. dissent Noun
    stench, strong smell

          

  35. Amiable adjective
    Friendly; likable

          

  36. warrant noun
    a bandit, an outlaw

          

  37. prognosis noun
    outline, abstract

          

  38. defray verb
    to praise, to laud

          

  39. Vehement adjective
    extrememley poisonous; Harmful

          

  40. Concur verb
    to beg for earnestly for; to pray for

          

  41. Magnanimous adjective
    annoying, bothersome

          

  42. expedient noun
    resource; device

          

  43. terse adjective
    timid; cowardly

          

  44. befuddle verb
    to confuse, to stupefy

          

  45. Waive verb
    to praise, to laud

          

  46. Requisite adjective
    concise, brief

          

  47. vexatious adjective
    eager; earnest

          

  48. intrigue noun
    a plot; a scheme

          

  49. alimentary adjective
    flammable; combustable

          

  50. fester verb
    to rot, to ulcerate

          

  51. Intrepid adjective
    Unskilled; untrained

          

  52. manifest verb
    to inform, to notify

          

  53. espouse verb
    To speak ill of, to slander

          

  54. fabricate verb
    to make up, to falsify

          

  55. illusory adjective
    difficult and strenouous

          

  56. synopsis noun
    outline, abstract

          

  57. improvident adjective
    wasteful or careless

          

  58. litigate verb
    to close out, to sell out

          

  59. Nascent adjective
    extrememley poisonous; Harmful

          

  60. Severance noun
    split

          

  61. Morose adjective
    sullen; gloomy

          

  62. wistful adjective
    Dreamy; melancholy

          

  63. adventitious adjective
    extraneous, not inherent, extra (not requisit)

          

  64. rummage verb
    to depart, to separate