Flashcards in Level 2 Deck (39):
One that speaks on behalf of another. to support idea publicly. Lawyer, Spokesperson, apostle.
* Delegate (noun)
Representative of someone else; person designated to act for or represent others; a person acting for another. to commit (powers, functions, etc.) to another as agent or deputy.
Profound. Intense. Keenly emotionally strong. Poignant retelling of the accident.
Hazy, unclear, indistinct. a nebulous recollection of the meeting; a nebulous distinction between pride and conceit.
Clandestine operation. Done in secret. She had a clandestine affair.
A long angry speech.
Also a section of verse concerning a single theme.
Understood without expression. Tacit knowledge would be knowing something that is seemingly impossible to teach without the many specific and varied experiences.
An assertion made with little proof, till then proved
Reject (rebuff is a perfect synonym to reject). A blunt refusal. He rebuffed (rejected) the offer, he rebuffs (rejects) her. Don't you rebuff (reject) this!
Three it to the ground! I aint a buff animal!
Describes something THIN. The tenuous strands of dna... People ignore the tenuous odds of succeeding in business. The alliance started off robust but soon became tenuous and weak.
To aid, support something (usually a criminal).
To Forgo, to do without. Waive your g-d given right to sue!?
pertaining to or characterized by the flesh or the body, its passions and appetites; sensual: carnal pleasures.
Authorize. The CEO sanctioned the deforestation of the park. Give Warrant.
Unclear. Open to interpretation.
Assuage. To make less harsh. Mitigate. To soften: mollify one's demands.
Leaving no doubt. Gwen stefani's new bandname is unequivocal!
Transitory. Passing through a place only for a short time.
To irritate, annoy, provoke. Prickly plant.
3 things: Disown, Reject, Refuse.
I repudiate repping for my hood said the ex-thug-life guy. He had ...ed his double-dealing partners in the past and quit the firm.
Violent and '''passionate''' (but really just irrtional, emotional and not a real deep thinker, thuggish)
To make mild or less severe, appease (ex: ones pain, hunger).
To strengthen case.
COLLABorate means to collab, to CORROBorate should signal your muscular 'core' which strengthens, in this case strengthens your argument in form of evidence.
Characterized by Avarice: Greed. Intense desire to gain and keep wealth.
Rushed and thrreby sloppy. The camp contract was clearly a cursory document. Obama's speech was cursory and half-hearted.
To be indecisive, sway
Mild or pleasant
To set aside for a particular purpose
to cause (a person) to accept or be resigned to something not desired: He was reconciled to his fate.
a model or pattern of excellence or of a particular excellence: a paragon of virtue.
having analogy; corresponding in some particular: A brain and a computer are analogous.
Day (opposite nocturnal)
alleged excuse. The leaders used the insults as a pretext to declare war. What pretext could you have for discriminatory practice.
Forgo vs forego
To forgo is to do with hout something.
To forego is to go beFORE, antecede, precede.
To make less harsh. To mollify or assauge. Mitigate the impact of the space shuttle landing! Saying you're a non-smoker helped mitigate fears you had an illness. Since when does political oversight 'mitigate' bureaucratic abhorrence.
To dislike extremy. To Hate.