ALLUSION: an implied or indirect reference especially in literature.
The lyrics contain biblical allusions.
The country still refuses to capitulate despite its weakening army and bad resources.
AUDACIOUS: recklessly bold
Mohammed was i
Benevolent: adj kind
The benevolent kid gave me back my cell phone after losing it.
Depravity: n bad or corrupt
Depravity is something common in the government of Panama.
Induce: v influence
I was induced into a coma after I survived the accide
The exorbitant price of the tickets was ridiculous.
Propriety: state equality
He always behaved with the utmost propriety.
Pretension: a claim
We cannot tolerate to infallibility.
Vigilance: careful watch
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Repression: kept under control
The repression of anger can be positively harmful.
Having success will be ever more elusive.
In such tumultuously changing times a sibling may be a child's greatest thi
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Impropriety: improper behavior
The impropriety when it comes to dinner is to have bad manners.
The expatriated guy was not fully aware of his location.
Malevolence: ill will
The malevolence in a movie is usually bro
Agitated: disturbed, upset
The agitated person started crying because of her bad grade.
Venture: often involve in risk
The venture of studying only one hour is not passing the exam.
Refugee: flees to safety
We saw some pictures of the re
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Deduce: v. know or assume
I deduced this answer from the context.
Impede: v. slow or blocked
I should impede this from stopping me.
Lethargy: n drowsiness
My lethargy in the boat was really bad because of the weather.
Cognizance: n. awar
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Perturbation: anxiety. (n)
His perturbation towards this evening showed how excited he was about the football
Venerable: deserving respect. (adj)
The venerable professor was known for his wise words.
Iniquity: sin. (n)
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The garrulous clown entertained the kids.
Conjecture: to guess
To conjecture in court is taking a big risk.
Reminiscence: past experience
There she wrote personal reminiscences of a great crusade.
-Protrude (v): extend beyond or above a surface
Her tongue protruded from her lips.
-Adorn (v): make more beautiful and attractive
A series of blue stars adorned the sky in the night.
-Deference (n): Humble submission and respect
My parents do no