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Flashcards in Latin II 4 Deck (21):
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Appeal

Verb: To make urgent request; to be attractive

Noun: a call or request

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Cadenza

Noun: an elaborate musical solo played in a concerto usually near the end of the first movement

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Compound

Noun: a thing formed by two or more elements

Verb: to mix or combine; compute interest at intervals

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Conspicuous

Noticeable; easy to see; obvious; remarkable

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Deference

Honor; courteous regard; yielding in opinion

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Diverticulum

Noun: a pouch or sack; opening out of a tubular organ or main cavity

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Duplex

Adjective: double; two fold

Noun: a house or apartment with two units in it

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Evidence

Noun: proof; indication; sign; ground for belief

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Extract

Verb: to draw out by effort; pull out; obtain by pressing, drilling, boiling

Noun: a concentrated form; an expert

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Extrinsic

Adjective: extraneous or not inherent; belongs outside

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Mobile

Verb: Moveable; can be moved

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Nominal

Adjective: in name but not in fact; very small or slight in comparison to expectations

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Obstinate

Adjective: stubborn; resisting remedy; not yielding to reason or pleading

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Obverse

Adjective: turned to the observer

Noun: side of the coin with the main image on it

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Pendulous

Adjective: swinging or hanging freely

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Remiss

Adjective: irresponsible; lax in performance of duty

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Substitute

Verb: to put in place of another

Noun: one put in place of another

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Suspicious

Adjective: feelings of caution or mistrust

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Tractable

Adjective: easily managed

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Docile

Taught or controlled; obedient

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Triplicate

Noun: made in three identical copies