Flashcards in Vocabulary VII Deck (34)
Of or relating to money
Caused by oneself.
Exempt from punishment
Immunity from punishment
To lay down, in writing or otherwise, as a rule or course of action to be taken.
Thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances.
"Beauty in the abstract"
Abstract - a summarization of
- Nonrepresentational art style of the 20th century.
- Emphasizes lines, colors, geometric forms, especially with reference to their relationship to one another.
Understood by only a select few.
Of doubtful authorship or authenticity.
(verb) to make clear or evident to the eye or the understanding.
(Ex: "he manifested his approval with a hearty laugh")
(adjective) readily perceived by the eye or understanding.
(Ex: "a manifest error")
A sale at reduced prices to raise money quickly.
In the offing
In the distance but within sight.
In the projected future, but likely to happen.
To make triangular
Composed of triangles.
Silent and reserved.
(ex: "to feel umbrage at a a social snub").
Understood without being expressed.
A person who is smugly indifferent to cultural values or intellectual pursuits.
Not capable of being analyzed or understood.
A cellar below the main cellar.
Something that serves in an assisting or accessory type way.
1). A person who has supreme power
2). Self-governing; independent.
3). Supreme; indisputable ("a sovereign right")
The aggregate of Jews scattered, or living, in exile outside Israel.
- Jews perceive a special relationship between themselves and the land of Israel.