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(n.-noun; a.-adjective; v.-verb)
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1) n. Creativity : the process of having original ideas that are of value.
(inspiration, composition, invention)
2) n. Perfidy : the state of being treacherous and unreliable; the process of cheating.
(unfaithfulness ,fraud, dishonesty, corruption, deceitfulness, double-crossing, treachery, betrayal, disloyalty, infidelity)

3) n. Majority, minority : this is a word which refers to a quantity (amount) of humans or animals and inanimate objects having a property or idea by which we can visually distinguish them among each other.
(class, group, kind, species, genus, sort, type, set)
4) n. Absorption : the taking up of all one's attention, interest, time.
(love, hobby, purpose, care, eating, reading, studying, reverie, enthusiasm, daydreaming, meditation , amusement, creating, passion, concentration, experience, immersion, desire, diligence)
5) n. Sociology : a science which is based on paradigms. Paradigms in its turn is divided to two trends which are, generally speaking, studies and analyses functioning, development and relationship among people and various institutes.
6) n. Elation : the state of being filled with pride and joy.
(arrogance, dignity, victory, honour, satisfaction, egotism, ecstasy, delight, conceit, success, gratification)
7) n. Avidity : keen interest or enthusiasm.
(zeal, excitement, willingness, devotion, delight, passion, rapture, mania, curiosity, eagerness, desire, insatiability, voraciousness, rapaciousness, possessiveness, hungriness, craving, stinginess, want, covetousness, yearning, longing, acquisitiveness, voracity, avarice, anxiousness)
8) n. Oblivion : name of a state when a person or an event (historical for instance) being forgotten.
ignorance)
9) a. Gorgeous : very beautiful.
(bonny, lovely, stunning, charming, exquisite, handsome, classy, splendid, elegant, magnificent, ravishing, glamorous, mesmeric, scrumptious)
10) n. Crush : a brief but intense infatuation for someone.
(admiration, cupidity, craze, obsession, love)
11) v. To munch : to eat something firmly and loudly.
(crunch, champ, bite, chew, mouth)
12) v. To teeter : move unsteadily, sway back and forth.
(rock, stagger, lurch, reel, stumble, stagger, totter, sway, wobble)
13) n. Toot : a short, sharp sound made by an musical instrument.
(discord, dissonance, beat, clarion, twang, buzzing, cacophony, jarring, blow, rustle, tap, trill, titter)
14) a. Flippant : not showing a serious or respectful attitude.
(rude, impolite, insulting, arrogant, windy, audacious, ill-mannered, impudent, misbehaved, blasphemous, bold, pert, immodest,
irreverent, ill-advised, tactless, intolerant, ungracious, churlish, offhand, saucy, superficial, silly, juvenile, giddy)
15) v. To stampede : the process of running away.
(escape, bolt, elope, flee, abscond, run off, retreat, lam)
16) n. Tusk : a long pointed tooth.
17) n. Transparency : the quality or state of being clear.
(vividness, evidence, clarity)
18) a. Urgent : pressing, very important.
(essential, valuable, vital, significant, necessary, substantial, considerable, outstanding, influential, extraordinary, eminent)
19) n. Science : a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths.
(jurisprudence, court, law)
20) n. Benevolence : generosity and desire to do good.
(charity, compassion, sympathy, humanity, tolerance, bountifulness)
21) n. Existence : state of being, actuality.
22) n. Jostle : the process of being bumped in a crowded bazaar.
(bang, collision, crash, demotion, blow, clash, bounce, jolt, jerk, thrust, hit, kick, punch, shake, impact, smash, accident, concussion, bump, encounter, wallop, bash, jab, impingement, squash, hustle, knock)
23) v. To fuss : to get nervous or excited.
(flutter, worry, bustle, fidget, stimulate, twitch)
24) n. Intemperance : the state when a person drinks or eats in excessive or when he's stray-forward with people.
(exuberance, gluttony, overflow, redundancy, immoderation, excess, abuse, inebriation, abundance)
25) v. To resent : to show or feel indignation.
(outrage, anger, infuriate, displeasure, annoy, mad, irritate, disgruntle, ire, embitter, insult, dissatisfy, disaffect)
26) n. Barrenness : inability to produce any thing, non – productive.
(sterility, futility)
27) n. Beacon : a light/fire that act as a warning or a signal.
(flashlight)
28) a. Desperate : feeling extremely hopeless.
(disappointed, dejected)
29) a. Exhausted : so tired (from trick-or-treating for example) that you can barely keep your eyes open.
(worn-out, weary)
30) v. To involve : to cause somebody or something to take part or be mixed up.
(coalesce, participate, connect)
31) v. To evade : to get out of the way of or escape from.
(elope, run away, flee)
32) n. Contingency : a future event which is possible but can not be predicted.
(incident, disaster, theory, volatility, surprise, victory, destiny, accident, death, break, occasion)
33) a. Boisterous : noisy, energetic and rough.
34) v. To refute : to prove or make someone's idea, opinion or statement wrong.
35) n. Campaign : a planned group of activities, which are intended, to achieve a particular aim.
(plan, programme, scheme, design)
36) v. To yield : to supply or produce something.
(deliver, generate, bring out)
37) n. Access : method or possibility of getting near to a person, place or thing.
(approach)
38) n. Abba : the name of a band who sings Happy New Year (they sing in English). The band does not exist nowadays. In the song they wish a Happy New Year to whole the world and neighbours.
39) n. Throw : a type of blanket that you toss casually over a living room couch or chair.
(afghan, seat cover)
40) n. ... : a publication, usually issued daily or weekly, containing current news, editorials, feature articles, and usually advertising.
(magazine, periodical, newsletter,

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Comment by Mouhamadou Camara on November 30, 2010 at 18:24
thanks! I'll try to.
Comment by deuce666 on November 28, 2010 at 13:51
I'm trying to :)
Comment by deuce666 on November 12, 2010 at 5:47
Have fun learning :))

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Comment by Grace on November 12, 2010 at 1:17
Well done !! Now I have more words to fill into my flashcards on Quizlet. Thanks a lot, Deuce.
Comment by deuce666 on November 11, 2010 at 15:18
You are welcome :)
Comment by Natasha on November 2, 2010 at 19:46
Deuce666,
That's a great idea to post all these words in one blog! Thank you! ^_^

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Comment by Expector Smith on November 2, 2010 at 9:10
Great job!
Comment by deuce666 on November 2, 2010 at 5:19
I will keep updating :)
Comment by Tara Benwell on November 2, 2010 at 2:10
YOU DID IT! Oh my goodness. I am SO happy. This must have taken you so much time Deuce. Now that this is all tracked it is such a useful resource for English learners. I'll add this link to the main post so that everyone can find it. I owe you big time! I hope you'll continue to add new words as they come. Thanks a million.
Tara

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Comment by Nadiyah on November 2, 2010 at 0:13
It's like the dictionary!

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