626-650 - A/B 626-650 WORDS lurch euphemism stately reek...

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A/B 626-650 WORDS DEFINITIONS lurch to sway or tip abruptly to one side; to stagger euphemism the substitution of an agreeable word or phrase to replace one that might offend stately dignified and handsome, ESP. in size or proportion reek to give off a strong, unpleasant odor; to be pervaded with something unpleasant repertoire the range of pieces an artist is prepared to perform evasive intending to avoid; misleading procure to obtain or acquire voluminous having great size or fullness gratify to please; to satisfy stymie to obstruct; to stump adumbrate to give a sketchy outline; to foreshadow rigor strictness or severity pore to read or study carefully invidious tending to arouse hostility or resentment endearment an act expressing affection; fondness flagrant conspicuously bad or offensive charade an obvious pretence or deception waft to float; to drift through amass to accumulate, collect, store up methodical done in an orderly, systematic way monastery religious community, typically for monks
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course SAT 12432 taught by Professor Thomson during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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