Flashcards in Vocab List 2 Deck (20):
(Adj) intended to deceive or entrap; sly
The insidious maze did not have an exit, so nobody could find their way out.
(N) a hint; indirect suggestion
The mans intimation to the location of the time capsule was not helpful.
(Adj) wealthy, luxurious; ample
The opulent society did not accept you unless you had a net-worth of at least one million dollars.
(Adj) easily bent, flexible
The piece of metal was much more pliable than we thought.
(V) to say again
The teacher dislikes to reiterate anything she has already said in class three times.
(Adj) not easily moved mentally or emotionally, dull
When her parents passed away the girl became stolid, refusing to even speak to anyone.
(Adj) experimental in nature, uncertain
The cat was tentative every time the dog walked by because it did not know its intentions.
(Adj) not combed, untidy
The restaurant began to fail because it was continuously left unkempt.
(Adj, adv) word for word, exactly as written or spoken
The reader during Mass read the verse verbatim from the Gospel.
(Adv) cautiously, with great care
The student warily maneuvered through the halls, trying not to bother anybody.
(Adj) not to be satisfied or pacified
The implacable soldier would not stop attacking until he had completely overwhelmed the enemy.
(Adj) so small as to almost be immeasurable
The infinitesimal amoeba cannot be measured with a ruler accurately.
(Adj) harmless, inoffensive
Most dogs are innocuous animals, but this one looked quite ferocious.
(V) to have effect or force on something or someone, fight against
The soldier had no choice but to militate against his dangerous enemies.
(N) exclusive right over an invention
The scientist received his patent before releasing his invention to be sure nobody copied it.
(N) distinguished bravery, superior skill or ability
One's prowess can also be determined on how they achieve every day goals.
(Adj) quiet, settled
If you were sedated and don't feel its effects you need to tell your doctor.
(Adj) extremely loud
During Roman gladiator times, the warriors were stentorian at all times.
(V) to arrange specifically
People with OCD stipulate anything they see out of order.