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Complicity

N. Involvement in wrongdoing; the state of being an accomplice

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N. Involvement in wrongdoing; the state of being an accomplice

Complicity

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If you know a crime is going to be committed but do nothing to prevent it, you may be accused of ________.

Complicity
Diatribe
Effigy

Complicity

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S. Connivance, collusion

Complicity

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S. For complicity

S. Connivance, collusion

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A. Noninvolvement, Innocence

Complicity

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A. For complicity

A. Noninvolvement, Innocence

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Derelict

N. Someone of something that is abandoned or neglected
Adj. Left abandoned; neglectful of dirty

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N. Someone of something that is abandoned or neglected
Adj. Left abandoned; neglectful of dirty

Derelict

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The family complained about the unsightly collection of ________ cars in their neighbors drive way.

Complicity
Derelict
inane

Derelict

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S. N. vagrant adj. Remiss, delinquent

Derelict

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S for derelict

N. vagrant adj. Remiss, delinquent

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A. Adj. Punctilious, conscientious

Derelict

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A. For derelict

A. Adj. Punctilious, conscientious

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Effigy

N. A crude image of a despised person

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N. A crude image of a despised person

Effigy

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The night before the battle, the troops burned the despised enemy leader in ______.

Travesty
Neophyte
Effigy

Effigy

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S. Figure, figurine, likeness

Effigy

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S for effigy

S. Figure, figurine, likeness

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Diatribe

N. A bitter and prolonged verbal attack

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N. A bitter and prolonged verbal attack

Diatribe

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The senators speech was more of a ________ than a reasoned address.

Diatribe
Derelict
Surveillance

Diatribe

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S. Harangue, tirade

Diatribe

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A for diatribe

Panegyric, eulogy

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S for diatribe

S. Harangue, tirade

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A. Panegyric, eulogy

Diatribe

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Inane

Adj. Silly, empty of meaning or value

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Silly, empty of Meaning or value

Inane

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The politician made a (an) ________ reply to the interviewers probing questions.

Moot
Inane
Neophyte

Inane

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S. Vapid, idiotic, Moronic, fatuous

Inane

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S for inane

S. Vapid, idiotic, Moronic, fatuous

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A. Sensible, meaningful, profound

Inane

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A for inane

A. Sensible, meaningful, profound

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Intermittent

Adj. Stopping and beginning again, sporadic.

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Adj. Stopping and beginning again, sporadic.

Intermittent

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The pulled muscle in her back gave her ______ pains for about a week.

Intermittent
Travesty
Inane

Intermittent

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S. Fitful, spasmodic, random

Intermittent

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S. For intermittent

S. Fitful, spasmodic, random

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A. Continuos, uninterrupted

Intermittent

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A. For intermittent

A. Continuos, uninterrupted

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Moot

Adj. Open to discussion and debate, unresolved
V. To bring up for discussion
N. A hypothetical law case argued By students

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Adj. Open to discussion and debate, unresolved
V. To bring up for discussion
N. A hypothetical law case argued By students

Moot

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The class agreed that the question of whether Jefferson should have retaliated sooner against the Barbary pirates was a ________ point.

Intermittent
Moot
Inane

Moot

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The committee members decided to _______ the issue to the cull congress at the earliest opportunity

Effigy
Diatribe
Moot

Moot

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The law students prepared for the _______ court.

Neophyte
Moot
Surveillance

Moot

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S. Adj. Debatable, questionable
V. Broach

Moot

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S of moot

Adj. Debatable, questionable
V. Broach

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A. Adj. Indisputable, self-evident

Moot

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A of moot

Adj. Indisputable, self-evident

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Neophyte

N. A new convert, beginner, novice

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N. A new convert, beginner, novice

Neophyte

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In comparison to an experienced wilderness hiker, he is a mere ______ In the woods

Neophyte
Derelict
Travesty

Neophyte

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S. Tenderfoot, tyro, rookie

Neophyte

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S of neophyte

S. Tenderfoot, tyro, rookie

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A. Veteran, past master, expert, pro

Neophyte

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A of neophyte

A. Veteran, past master, expert, pro

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Surveillance

N. A watch kept over a person; careful, close, and disciplined observation.

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N. A watch kept over a person; careful, close, and disciplined observation.

Surveillance

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The police kept the suspect under strict ______ after she was released due to lack of evidence

Travesty
Diatribe
Surveillance

Surveillance

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S. Observation, scrutiny, monitoring

Surveillance

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S for surveillance

Observation, scrutiny, monitoring

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Travesty

N. S grotesque or grossly inferior imitation; a disguise, especially the clothing of the opposite sex
V. To ridicule by imitating in a broad or burlesque fashion.

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N. S grotesque or grossly inferior imitation; a disguise, especially the clothing of the opposite sex
V. To ridicule by imitating in a broad or burlesque fashion.

Travesty

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Instead of modernizing Shakespeare's "12th night" them made a _____ of it.

Diatribe
Derelict
Travesty

Travesty

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The restoration dramatists _______ the snobbery of the upper classes in their satirical comedies.

Surveillance
Travesty
Inane

Travesty

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S. N. Burlesque, parody, caricature, farce

Travesty

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S of travesty

N. Burlesque, parody, caricature, farce