Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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adamantine firmly decided or fixed; unyielding.
augury the art or practice or an instance of predicting the future or obtaining hidden knowledge by interpreting omens.
blandishment (often plural) flattering or coaxing remarks or stratagems intended to persuade.
cloture in U.S. parliamentary procedure, a method of ending debate and causing an immediate vote on the matter being discussed.
comity mutual courtesy and respectful treatment among people or nations.
desiccate to remove the moisture in (food) so as to preserve it.
doggerel trivial, crudely constructed verse.
eruct to belch forth.
inanition a state of exhaustion caused by a lack of nourishment.
indomitable too strong to be subdued or discouraged; unconquerable.
macerate to soften (food or the like) by soaking, as in digestion.
pronate to turn or rotate (the hand or forearm) so that the palm of the hand faces down or backwards.
sartorial of or pertaining to tailors or tailored clothing, especially men's clothing.
stipple a method of painting, drawing, or engraving by applying small points, dots, or dabs to a surface.
truculent extremely hostile or belligerent; inclined to fight.