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  1. 1. Absolve (v.) To Declare innocent

  2. 2. Abstract (adj.) Not Concrete

  3. 3. Accessible (adj.) Easily approached

  4. 4. Accommodate (v.) To assist

  5. 5. Acknowledge (v.) To recognize

  6. 6. Affluence (n.) Riches/wealth

  7. 7. Alleviate (v.) To relieve

  8. 8. Ambiguous (adj.) Open -Ended/vague

  9. 9. Ample (adj.) More than enough

  10. 10. Apathy (n.) Lack of emotion

  11. 11. Arrogance (n.) • Offensive pride

  12. 12. Assumption (n.) • Idea without evidence / guess

  13. 13. Authentic (adj.) • Genuine / real

  14. 14. Autonomous (adj.) • independent; self-ruling

  15. 15. Benign (adj.) • Gentle / kind

  16. 16. Captivate (v.) • to completely hold the attention of

  17. 17. Chronicle (noun) • Events written in order

  18. 18. Cite (v.) • To give credit

  19. 19. Component (n.) • A necessary element or part

  20. 20. Condone (v.) • To excuse or allow

  21. 21. Convention An assembly/group of people

  22. 22. Conformity The act of following/becoming like others

  23. 23. Console To comfort

  24. 24. Degenerate To decline/to worsen in state or condition

  25. 25. Denounce To announce publicly in a negative manner

  26. 26. Depict To represent/describe

  27. 27. Deplete To use completely

  28. 28. Derision To ridicule/Scorn

  29. 29. Digression The act of changing topics in writing or speaking

  30. 30. Disclaimer To deny any responsibility

  31. 31. Discord Lack of agreement

  32. 32. Disperse To spread out evenly

  33. 33. Distinction To stand out with striking differences

  34. 34. Divulge To make known

  35. 35. Elusive Difficult to grasp

  36. 36. Erode To destroy slowly

  37. 37. Excerpt A selected passage

  38. 38. Exploit (v) To take advantage of

  39. 39. Facilitate To guide or oversee; to make easier

  40. 40. Forthright Direct / straightforward

  41. 41. Futile Ineffective / useless;

  42. 42. Gratify To satisfy or indulge;

  43. 43. Hamper To interfere or hinder;

  44. 44. Hostility Hatred or animosity;

  45. 45. Impede To obstruct, hinder, or slow down;

  46. 46. Implement To fulfill or carry out;

  47. 47. Implication Something implied or understood; the result or consequence of;

  48. 48. Inconsistency Contradictory; not predictable;

  49. 49. Incorporate To unite or combine;

  50. 50. Indict To charge with an offense or crime;