Flashcards in Vocabulary 24 Deck (15):
(adj.) Careful, cautious, wary, watchful, carefully considering all circumstances before acting or making a judgment.
(n.) Vehement or abusive language involving bitter, scathing accusations or denunciations.
(adj.) Free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant.
(adj.) Not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect; not sensitive or observant; dull. Not sharp, acute, or pointed; blunt in form
(adj.) Having the same measure; of equal extent or duration. Corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree: Your paycheck should be commensurate with the amount of time worked. Proportionate; adequate.
(v.) To warn or notify of a fault or error, especially in conduct or attitude; to criticize or reprove gently but earnestly.
(adj.) Injurious to health: deleterious chemicals. Harmful; injurious: deleterious influences.
(adj.) Childish, immature; hence, foolish or silly.
(adj.) Mournful or gloomy; expressing sadness or sorrow, often in an exaggerated, affected or ridiculous way
(v.) To bring forward in argument or as evidence.
(adj) Sweetly or smoothly flowing; sweet-sounding: a mellifluous voice; mellifluous tones. Flowing with honey; sweetened with or as if with honey.
(v.) To perform the office or duties of a pontiff. To speak in a pompous or dogmatic manner: Did he pontificate about the responsibilities of a good citizen?
adj.) Not easily controlled or directed; not docile or manageable; stubborn; obstinate: an intractable disposition. (Of things) hard to shape or work with: an intractable metal. Hard to treat, relieve, or cure: the intractable pain in his leg.
(ad.) Departing from the right, normal, or usual course. Deviating from the ordinary, usual, or normal type; exceptional; abnormal. (n.) an aberrant person, thing, etc.