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asseverate
(verb) to affirm positively; aver
sedition
(noun) inciting dissatisfaction with the government or resistance to lawful authority
peregrination
(noun) traveling around; wandering
perambulate
(verb) to walk through; traverse
verisimilitude
(noun) the state of seeming to be true
vicissitude
(noun) 1. regular change of one thing to another; as day to night; 2. irregular change; as changes of fortune
hegemony
(noun) leadership; preponderant authority; esp. of a government or state
specious
(adj) seemingly, but deceptively, just or correct; plausible
circumfusion
(noun) 1. the act of pouring something around; 2. state of being surrounded by something
parapet
(noun) a low wall protecting soldiers from enemy fire
rampart
(noun) a fortification by an embankment; usu. with a parapet on top
circumvallate
(verb) to surround with a rampart or something similiar
appurtenance
(noun) something that belongs to something else; as, an appendage, an accessory
largesse
(noun) 1. the generous bestowal of gifts or favors; 2. the things so bestowed
moratorium
(noun) an agreed upon suspension of activity
equinox
(noun) the two times a year when the sun crosses the ecliptic and day and night are of equal length
tmesis
(noun) The separation of the parts of a compound word by the intervention of one or more words; as, in "what place soever," for "whatsoever place."
iridescent
(adj) having shimmering colors that change as the observer changes position
exordium
(noun) (rhetoric) the introductory part of an oration; hence, a beginning or introduction
muliebrity
(noun) the state of being a woman or of possessing full womanly powers; womanhood (correlate of virility)