Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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apprise to inform (often followed by "of").
apropos appropriate; relevant; opportune.
chary not dispensing freely.
cognomen a last name; surname.
compunction uneasiness about the propriety or suitability of an action; qualm.
convoluted complex; intricate.
Draconian (often lower case) harshly cruel or rigorous.
erudite having or showing a high level of scholarly knowledge; learned.
flange a collar or rim that projects from a pipe, housing, or the like to provide strength, stability, or a place for attaching other parts.
incessant never stopping; constant.
lien a legal claim on a piece of property when the current owner is in default on a debt or obligation.
mendicant living on charity; begging.
nonpareil a person or thing whose excellence is unequaled; paragon.
proselytize to convert or try actively to convert (others) to one's own beliefs or religion.
supine lying with the face upward.