51-75 - A/B 51-75 WORDS stem judicious scruple palette...

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A/B 51-75 WORDS DEFINITIONS stem to stop, to restrain judicious wise and careful scruple a moral principle that restrains actions palette a board which an artist can hold while painting and on which colors can be mixed lackadaisical showing lack of interest or sprit disclose to reveal timid easily frightened; lacking self-confidence blatant offensively obvious; unpleasantly noisy susceptible easily influenced ; vulnerable cajole to attempt to persuade with flattery or insincere talk seduce to lure or attract; to lead astray zeal intense passion or enthusiasm concise brief and to the point august inspiring awe or admiration, ESP. because of high rank or character approbation official approval submissive willing to obey without resistance definitive complete savanna flat treeless plain in a tropical or subtropical region palatable pleasant or acceptable to the taste generic without a trademark; general subside settle down culinary relating to the kitchen or cookery innate possessed at birth; inborn
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