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Allude. Ferlinghetti alluded to Thomas in his poem “Underwear.”. Clairvoyant. Palm readers are said to be clairvoyant . Conclusive. The investigation of the lockers did not prove conclusive . Disreputable. The disreputable restaurant had the worst food in town. Endemic.

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allude
Allude
  • Ferlinghetti alluded to Thomas in his poem “Underwear.”
clairvoyant
Clairvoyant
  • Palm readers are said to be clairvoyant.
conclusive
Conclusive
  • The investigation of the lockers did not prove conclusive.
disreputable
Disreputable
  • The disreputable restaurant had the worst food in town.
endemic
Endemic
  • Surfers are endemic to California.
exemplary
Exemplary
  • Michael Jordan was an exemplary basketball player.
fathom
Fathom
  • I cannot fathom why students do not bring books to class.
guile
Guile
  • Richard Hatch won Survivor through guile and treachery.
integrity
Integrity
  • People with integrity are trustworthy.
itinerary
Itinerary
  • My flight itinerary includes many layovers.
misconstrue
Misconstrue
  • You misconstrued my message. I really think you are smart.
obnoxious
Obnoxious
  • It is obnoxious to put your finger in other people’s food.
placate
Placate
  • I had to placate my mother after smashing her car.
placid
Placid
  • The ocean was placid; there were few waves.
plagiarism
Plagiarism
  • Plagiarism in your research papers will result in failure.
potent
Potent
  • I learned a potent lesson when I almost broke my sister’s arm during a game.
pretext
Pretext
  • I stayed home from school under the pretext of being “sick.”
protrude
Protrude
  • You should pop the big zit protruding from your forehead.
stark
Stark
  • The stark reality is that you will not pass with a 69%.
superficial
Superficial
  • It is superficial to judge people by their appearance.