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List #: 14128

Created: 01/15/2013

Modified: 01/15/2013

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Unit 1 (30 words)

abscess, abut, accede, accrete, accrue, acquit, adjourn, adjunct, adjure, aggressive, amass, andante, annex, aperture, apex, apparition, appellation, append, apprehend, apprise, appurtenance, armistice, arrant, arrears, arrogant, arrogate, askance, aspersion, assail, assent

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Unit 2 (30 words)

assert, astringent, asylum, atone, audible, augur, auspices, autonomy, avail, aver, avert, avid, baleful, ballyhoo, balm, barrage, bedlam, behest, bestow, bibliophile, bilateral, bilious, blanch, bland, blandishment, bluster, bombast, bonus, booty, botch

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Unit 3 (29 words)

bracing, brandish, bravado, brawn, brazen, breath, brief, brink, bristle, bromide, bulwark, calamity, calligraphy, callous, candle, canon, capacious, captain, caption, captivate, capture, careen, carnival, cartography, caste, caution, cavil, ceiling, centennial

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Unit 4 (30 words)

central, century, champion, channel, chant, chaste, cherub, chimney, chortle, chronological, churl, cipher, circuit, circumference, circumnavigate, circumstance, citadel, clamor, clandestine, classic, cleave, climatic, clinch, cloistered, clone, closet, clout, cloy, coalition, coddle

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Unit 5 (30 words)

cogitate, collect, commemorate, commiserate, commodious, commute, compassion, compensate, compete, competent, competitor, compile, complete, complex, complexion, complicate, comply, component, composed, compound, comprehend, compromise, compunction, concave, concentrate, concern, concert, conclude, concomitant, concord

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Unit 6 (30 words)

concordance, concur, condign, condolence, conduct, confederate, confer, confine, conflict, confound, confuse, congeal, congregation, connect, connive, conquest, conscience, conscientious, conscious, conscription, consent, consequence, conservatory, consign, consolidate, conspicuous, constant, consternation, constituency, constitute

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Unit 7 (30 words)

contain, contempt, contend, contender, contention, continuum, contraband, contract, contradict, contrary, contravene, controversy, contumely, conundrum, convalescent, convene, convenient, conversant, converse, convey, conviction, convoke, convolution, correlation, corrosive, corrugated, coterie, cough, counterfeit, courage

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Unit 8 (30 words)

cower, crass, craven, creation, credence, credential, credibility, credit, credo, credulity, creed, crestfallen, crevice, crime, cringe, critic, crux, crypt, cubicle, cull, cultivate, curb, curmudgeon, currency, current, curriculum, cursive, dainty, daughter, debase

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Unit 9 (30 words)

debunk, declaim, decline, decree, decry, deface, defer, deficient, deficit, define, deflect, defraud, deft, degrade, deity, dejected, delectable, delicacy, delivery, demise, democracy, demographics, demography, demure, denomination, denote, denounce, depend, depict, deplete

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Unit 10 (30 words)

deplore, deploy, deport, deportation, depose, deposit, depredate, derision, descend, describe, design, desist, detain, detract, devout, diameter, diaphanous, diatribe, dichotomy, dictate, diction, dictionary, dignify, dignitary, dignity, dilapidated, dilate, dilute, diminish, diminution

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Unit 11 (30 words)

disaffect, disarray, disastrous, disciple, disclaim, disclose, discomfit, disconcert, discord, discourse, discrepancy, discursive, disgruntle, dishonest, disinformation, dismal, dismay, dispassionate, dispense, disperse, dispirit, disport, disposition, disquiet, dissemble, dissent, disservice, dissident, dissolute, dissolve

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Unit 12 (30 words)

distinct, diurnal, diverse, divert, divine, doctor, doctrine, document, doldrums, dolt, donate, donor, dotage, dote, downcast, downplay, dowry, dross, dubiety, duplex, durable, dystopia, earnest, economy, ecosystem, edict, edifice, education, efficacy, efficient

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Unit 13 (30 words)

effusive, egocentric, egress, eject, elation, electorate, elegant, elevator, eligible, elite, elocution, eloquent, elucidate, elude, emaciate, emanate, emancipate, embargo, embellish, embody, embrace, embroil, embryonic, eminent, empathy, empower, enamored, enchant, enclose, encourage

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Unit 14 (30 words)

encyclopedia, Endear, endow, endure, engaging, enmity, entail, exceed, excise, excite, exclaim, exclude, exclusive, exculpate, excursion, execrable, exempt, exhilarated, exodus, exorbitant, fawn, feature, ferment, fertile, fervid, fester, fickle, fiction, fiduciary, figment

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Unit 15 (30 words)

figure, finale, fiscal, galvanize, gambit, garbage, garner, gender, generate, generic, generous, genuflect, germane, giraffe, government, estrange, fable, foster, ethics, fabulous, foundation, eugenics, facet, fraction, euphony, factitious, fracture, evade, event, factory

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Unit 16 (30 words)

factotum, fragile, fragment, evident, factual, fragmentary, evince, famous, fruitful, evocative, fathom, fuel, evoke, faucet, fundamental, equable, exquisite, forebode, equation, equestrian, equity, equivocate, errant, error, escapade, establish, estimable, extend, extenuating, extort

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Unit 17 (30 words)

extrasensory, extravagant, extremity, exuberant, foreclose, forensic, foreshadow, forestall, forgo, forte, forthright, fortunate, fortune, enterprise, entertain, entity, entreat, entrepreneur, enumerate, envision, enzyme, epistle, epicure, expend, expiate, expire, explicate, export, expose, exposition

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Unit 18 (30 words)

expostulate, expound, expunge, flame, fledgling, flippant, florid, fluctuation, fluent, fluid, fodder, folly, foray, graduate, grammatical, grateful, gratis, gratuitous, gratuity, grave, grievance, growl, halcyon, harass, height, herald, heterodox, hieroglyphic, hologram, homage

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Unit 19 (30 words)

homeostasis, homonym, honorary, hypocrite, hypocritical, hypodermic, icicle, idiot, ignoramus, ignore, illegible, illuminate, illusion, illustrate, imaginary, imagism, immortal, impassive, impeach, impecunious, impede, impediment, impending, impenetrable, imperative, implicate, implication, importune, impoverish, impresario

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Unit 20 (30 words)

impromptu, improvize, impunity, inactive, inadvertent, inamorata, incarnate, incarnation, incendiary, incentive, incision, incite, inclination, inconsequential, increase, incredible, incubate, inculcate, inculpate, incumbent, incur, incursion, indispensable, indoctrinate, indolence, indubitable, induce, induct, ineluctable, ineradicable

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Unit 21 (30 words)

infidel, infidelity, infinite, infix, influence, infraction, infrared, infrasonic, infringe, infuse, infusion, ingrate, ingratiate, inimical, inject, innocent, innovate, innuendo, inquest, inquire, inquisition, inquisitive, inscribe, insensate, insouciant, insufferable, insult, insuperable, insurrection, intercept

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Unit 22 (30 words)

interdict, interim, interlocutor, interminable, interplay, intimate, intricate, intrigue, introspection, introvert, invert, invidious, invoke, iridescent, irrelevant, irresolute, irresistible, jargon, jaunt, jeopardy, jingoism, jocular, joint, journal, jubilant, jubilation, judgment, judiciary, junction, juror

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Unit 23 (30 words)

kaleidoscope, kaput, kazoo, knuckle, lackluster, language, lavish, lax, layman, leather, lettuce, levee, lever, limpid, listless, litany, livid, lobby, loyal, ludicrous, lyrical, magnify, mahogany, majestic, major, maladroit, malediction, malefactor, management, mandatory

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Unit 24 (30 words)

mania, manual, manufacturer, manuscript, marginal, materialistic, maternal, maternity, mawkish, maximum, meanwhile, medallion, medication, medium, megaphone, melee, menagerie, meticulous, metropolitan, microtome, mire, misanthrope, miscible, missive, modulate, momentum, monitor, monologue, monument, moratorium

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Unit 25 (30 words)

morbid, motif, municipal, muster, mutant, mystic, narrative, nascent, native, natural, naughty, necessary, negotiable, nescient, nexus, nibble, nicety, nirvana, nocturnal, nomad, nomadic, nominate, nondescript, noun, novelty, novice, nuisance, obedience, obeisance, objective

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Unit 26 (30 words)

oblige, obsession, obstacle, obstruct, obtrude, obviate, occur, odyssey, offer, ominous, omnipotent, omnipresent, opprobrious, opprobrium, ordinance, oscillate, ostracize, overt, overtime, oxymoron, pacifier, pacifist, pacify, pact, pallor, panegyric, panoply, panorama, par, parable

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Unit 27 (30 words)

paragon, parallel, paranoia, paraphrase, parapsychology, pardon, paroxysm, partition, pastoral, patina, patriarchy, patrimony, patron, pauper, peace, peculiar, pedal, pedestal, pediatrician, penalty, pendulum, peninsula, perambulator, percipient, perimeter, periodical, peripheral, periscope, perpetrator, perpetual

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Unit 28 (30 words)

perplex, persistent, perspective, persuade, pertain, pertinent, perverse, petal, petition, phenomenon, philatelist, philosophy, phlegmatic, photogenic, pilgrimage, placid, platonic, pliable, plight, plunder, pluralism, plutocracy, ply, pollute, pollution, polymorphous, pontificate, poor, portable, porter

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Unit 29 (30 words)

portly, posterity, posthumous, portion, postscript, posture, poverty, prattle, preamble, precarious, precede, precipice, precise, predicament, predict, predispose, predominant, preference, prejudice, preliminary, premeditate, premonition, preponderance, prescient, prescribe, presentiment, preside, presumably, presuppose, principal

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Unit 30 (29 words)

principle, privation, probation, probe, proclaim, procure, professor, proffer, progress, prologue, prominent, pronounce, propagate, propound, prosecute, protocol, protracted, provision, provocative, prowess, prurient, pseudonym, psychopath, pug, pummel, punctual, puncture, pundit, purblind

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Unit 31 (30 words)

purpose, purvey, quaint, quandary, quartet, quell, questionnaire, quintessence, quotidian, raccoon, rampant, rapture, rarefy, ratify, ratiocination, raucous, reactionary, reason, rebel, rebuff, recapitulate, recede, recess, recidivism, recipient, reclaim, recline, recourse, recumbent, redeem

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Unit 32 (30 words)

redress, reflect, refractory, regime, regress, reincarnation, rejoinder, release, relevant, relieve, reminiscent, rend, render, renovate, renown, repartee, repent, repine, replicate, repose, repository, repress, reprimand, reprobate, requirement, request, resident, residual, resolution, resolve

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Unit 33 (30 words)

resplendent, resurrection, retort, retrieve, retrograde, retrospect, revamp, revel, reverberate, revert, revile, revoke, revulsion, rhapsodize, ribald, rife, risible, rivet, rough, scratch, sacrament, sacred, sacrifice, sanctity, sanction, sanctuary, sarcasm, savant, scant, schism

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Unit 34 (30 words)

science, scorn, scribble, scribe, scripture, sculptor, seamless, seclusion, second, secret, sedate, sedentary, sediment, segregate, segregation, select, sempiternal, sense, sententious, sentiment, sentimental, sentinel, separate, sequence, serene, serpentine, session, shackle, shrewd, significance

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Unit 35 (30 words)

simplified, skirmish, skittish, slake, sociopath, solace, solicit, solidarity, solve, somersault, sophomoric, spate, spectator, specter, spectrum, speculation, spurn, stagnant, stark, stasis, stationary, status, stimulating, stint, stipend, stolid, stout, stratagem, stupendous, stupor

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Unit 36 (30 words)

subdue, submissive, subside, subsidize, subvert, suffice, suffrage, suffuse, sultry, summons, superimpose, superlative, supersede, superstition, supine, supplement, supplicate, suppress, surmount, surgery, surpass, surprise, surreal, surveillance, survey, susceptible, suspense, suspicious, sustain, sustenance

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Unit 37 (30 words)

sweeping, sycamore, symmetry, sympathy, symphony, synonym, syntax, systemic, tactical, taint, tautology, taxonomy, teachable, tedium, telephone, television, temporal, temporize, tenant, tendon, tenet, tension, tepid, terrarium, texture, theocracy, thorny, thread, threshold, throat

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Unit 38 (29 words)

throne, throttle, thwart, titillate, toil, tome, torture, tough, toxic, tractable, tractor, transaction, transcendent, transcript, transfer, transferred, transfix, transfusion, transitory, translucent, transmit, transmutation, transparent, transport, transpose, traverse, travesty, treachery, trenchant

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Unit 39 (30 words)

tribulation, trouble, tumult, turbid, turmoil, unbiased, uncanny, underlying, undermine, underscore, underwrite, usage, usury, utility, vagary, various, vegetable, venomous, verdant, verdict, verge, verify, video, vie, vigilance, vigilant, vignette, violence, virtue, viscous

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Unit 40 (29 words)

vision, vista, visualize, vocabulary, vocal, voluntary, volunteer, waft, wane, wary, wealth, weather, wilderness, woe, wreckage, Xanadu, xenophile, xerography, xerophthalmia, xerophyte, xerosis, xerostomia, xylitol, xylograph, yacht, yeanling, yonder, zeppelin, zoological