Flashcards in 20 Deck (28)
v. vague foreshadow, suggestion [The sanctuary is not some __tion of the truth. He has entered Heaven itself]
n. Hindu/Buddhist temple, typically tiered
n. a person who is obsessed with their own power.
n. excessive sexual desire; delusion person believes someone (typically of higher social status) is in love with them.
n. a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen.
adj./adv. based on first impression, correct until proved otherwise [Philosophers who disagree with those conclusions are prepared to treat them with the very greatest seriousness however __ implausible]
french: crush the infamous thing [there can only be one remedy: _] ā-krä-zā-laⁿ-fäm
n. sexual intercourse with or attraction toward corpses.
n. combined continental landmass of Europe and Asia. A portmanteau of it's constituent continents.
n. large trunk or suitcase, usually leather opening into two equal parts. Word blending the sounds and combining the meanings of two others (brunch, Eurasia, Branjelina) (porsh-man-too)
n. group of islands; sea containing many islands. Most of the __ is made up of the Lesser Antilles.
n. a branch of philosophy that investigates the origin, nature, methods, and limits of human knowledge. // __ , or theory of knowledge, did not begin in modern times. Moral philosophy was the center of his teaching, and epistemology was only instrumental.
n. act of swallowing// Slight difficulty in __, especially water and meat.
adj. pleasant in sound; agreeable to the ear; characterized by euphony :
a sweet, __ voice.
n. a retail dealer in men's furnishings, as shirts, ties, gloves, socks, and hats// He looked, that dreadful afternoon, as if he had just come from his barber, tailor and __.
n/v. troops stationed in a fortress or town to defend it.// the garrison made a sally against us; troops are garrisoned in the various territories
adj. Uncultivated, unsown// If we allow our mind to become fallow and do not pour truth into it by study, not only does ignorance possess it, but we actually reach a point where we can only enjoy picture magazines and cheap shows.
n. a puppet worked from above by strings attached to its limbs. // His characters are marionettes, either victims or executioners, because the world is dark and humble and devoid of moral values.
n. Clothing// A thousand flaws appear and with them, a thousand ways in which the same idea might have been made clearer or clothed in better raiment.
n. the outer structural framework of a piece of audio, radio, or computer equipment.//the chassis of the car is in mint condition
n. the hollow muscular organ forming an air passage to the lungs and holding the vocal cords in humans and other mammals; the voice box.
n. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. Kremlin = citadel
v. to entertain by dancing/singing/reciting on the street or public place. [He and his friends got arrested once for ___ on a subway platform]
n. a treasurer or business officer, esp. of a college or university. [He handles the financials? You bunched the ___.]
v. to release from slavery or servitude. [a bunch of manumission abolitionists]
Quickly [Social workers should withdraw services ____ only under unusual circumstances]
Derived/guided by experience/observation. Not scientifically proven. [Social workers should base practice on recognized knowledge, including ___ based knowledge.]