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Abjure . Ken Lay will abjure his involvement with the Enron scandal. Acrid . I need something sweet to counteract this acrid taste in my mouth. . August . Leo’s are said to be very august . Callous . Only a callous person would not be saddened at the end of My Dog Skip .

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abjure
Abjure
  • Ken Lay will abjure his involvement with the Enron scandal.
acrid
Acrid
  • I need something sweet to counteract this acrid taste in my mouth.
august
August
  • Leo’s are said to be very august.
callous
Callous
  • Only a callous person would not be saddened at the end of My Dog Skip.
clandestine
Clandestine
  • The president has a clandestine place to go in case of attack.
compunction
Compunction
  • The student insulted the teacher without compunction.
conflagration
Conflagration
  • There are two major conflagrations in the forests outside of San Diego and L.A.
elated
Elated
  • The students were elated when they all received A’s on the test.
indelible
Indelible
  • In order to be sure it was binding, I wrote the contract in indelible ink.
indulgent
Indulgent
  • Many parents are too indulgent, and their children are spoiled brats.
inveterate
Inveterate
  • Receiving a detention for being tardy is an inveterate policy.
irrelevant
Irrelevant
  • Students who make irrelevant comments annoy the teacher.
nocturnal
Nocturnal
  • The owl is a nocturnal animal.
platitude
Platitude
  • My father always uses the platitude “Money doesn’t grow on trees.”
quell
Quell
  • The teachers must quell the riot in the hallway.
quiescent
Quiescent
  • There are several quiescent volcanoes in Hawaii.
ruminate
Ruminate
  • Students spent many hours ruminating about who to take to winter formal.
tacit
Tacit
  • There is a tacit agreement among friends not to divulge private thoughts to others.
tangible
Tangible
  • An orange is tangible. Its scent is not.
trenchant
Trenchant
  • He made a trenchant argument against the new rule.
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