Level 38 Level 40
Level 39

761 - 780


20 words 0 ignored

Ready to learn       Ready to review

Ignore words

Check the boxes below to ignore/unignore words, then click save at the bottom. Ignored words will never appear in any learning session.

All None

Ignore?
evanescent
(adj) vanishing; disappearing
soporific
(noun & adj) inducing sleep
vis-a-vis
(adv) face to face
provender
(noun) 1. dry food for domestic animals; 2. (humorous) food
sublate
(verb) 1. to negate; cancel; 2. (philos.) to cancel but also preserve an element in a dialectical process of synthesis
opprobrium
(noun) 1. contempt; 2. public disgrace following from grossly wrong behavior
moot
(adj) 1. subject to debate; arguable. 2. (law) of no practical importance in the context of the case; irrelevant. (verb) to suggest a subject for discussion
subaltern
(noun) (chiefly Brit.) a military term for a junior officer. (adj) of lower rank
salutary
(adj) 1. intended to promote an improvement or beneficial effect; 2. good for health; wholesome
salubrious
(adj) good for health
moribund
(adj) near death; in terminal decline
putative
(adj) commonly supposed; reputed
vacuous
(adj) empty; without matter
dilate
(verb) 1. to enlarge or expand; 2. to write or speak at length; expatiate
tripudiate
(verb) to dance for joy
consternation
(noun) amazement or dismay that causes confusion
appertain
(verb) to relate to; to concern
tribulation
(noun) distress and suffering resulting from oppression
debacle
(noun) a sudden breakdown; a collapse; a fiasco
vociferate
(verb) to shout loudly; to clamor