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Lesson 1
cede, ignominy, panache, illusory, laudatory, spurious, brittle, inevitable, ...
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Lesson 2
hyperbole, fortitude, muse, lamentable, autonomy, stigma, creed, intractable, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 2
lamentable, stigma, meditate, inevitable, hyperbole, illusory, intractable, infatuated, ...
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Lesson 3
roster, impugn, permeate, acquiesce, indoctrinate, agrarian, speculate, conspicuous, ...
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Lesson 4
singular, attest, dubious, curator, visionary, nonchalant, mural, foresight, ...
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Review: Lessons 3 through 4
nonchalant, foresight, visionary, euphoria, mural, dubious, resuscitate, acquiesce, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 4
autonomy, singular, intractable, spurious, panache, inevitable, nonchalant, indoctrinate, ...
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Lesson 5
administration, comparable, apathy, transpire, incur, inter, allocate, opulent, ...
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Lesson 6
adjudicate, heresy, equilibrium, diverse, liquidate, commodious, lumber, stipend, ...
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Review: Lessons 5 through 6
stipend, inter, vague, flotilla, administration, apathy, allocate, opulent, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 6
creed, disburse, muse, illusory, lamentable, transpire, infatuated, laudatory, ...
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Lesson 7
interminable, martial, dissipate, mesmerize, disband, trenchant, edify, ameliorate, ...
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Lesson 8
apprehensive, jurisdiction, circumvent, conciliatory, ennui, gauche, bilk, elucidate, ...
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Review: Lessons 7 through 8
interminable, martial, jurisdiction, cuisine, ameliorate, mediate, vestige, elucidate, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 8
allocate, impugn, foresight, illusory, cogent, inevitable, lumber, laudatory, ...
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Lesson 9
swindle, opulence, odyssey, austerity, equity, nocturnal, plethora, disreputable, ...
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Lesson 10
entrepreneur, antecedent, imply, diversify, stalemate, predecessor, repertoire, galaxy, ...
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Review: Lessons 9 through 10
affinity, predecessor, decorum, entrepreneur, diversify, nocturnal, austerity, stalemate, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 10
brittle, cede, visionary, conspicuous, plethora, inevitable, flotilla, opulence, ...
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Lesson 11
extort, bastion, assail, enclave, celestial, warranty, whet, catharsis, ...
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Lesson 12
infamous, garrulous, proliferate, hypothetical, miscreant, gamut, minutiae, cessation, ...
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Review: Lessons 11 through 12
whet, minutiae, extort, warranty, garrulous, catharsis, halcyon, enclave, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 12
brittle, cede, ignominy, illusory, mesmerize, inevitable, garrulous, laudatory, ...
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Lesson 13
foster, rampant, promontory, naive, ambivalent, composure, ingenuous, insatiable, ...
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Lesson 14
concurrent, panacea, legacy, imbibe, frugal, consummate, culinary, austere, ...
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Review: Lessons 13 through 14
fatuous, insatiable, naive, ingenuous, neophyte, promontory, austere, composure, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 14
equilibrium, cede, disburse, illusory, cogent, inevitable, infatuated, laudatory, ...
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Lesson 15
expedite, civility, incite, hegemony, cognizant, amenable, incorporate, countenance, ...
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Lesson 16
accost, invaluable, incredible, misdemeanor, adjunct, smattering, necessitate, postulate, ...
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Review: Lessons 15 through 16
disparity, elated, incite, adjunct, civility, incredible, misdemeanor, amenable, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 16
ennui, cede, ignominy, vestige, cogent, straightforward, infatuated, laudatory, ...
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Lesson 17
gibe, belligerent, confidant, despot, disdain, imminent, clarity, carnage, ...
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Lesson 18
instill, invective, cursory, clandestine, curtail, inadvertent, ingenious, pantheon, ...
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Review: Lessons 17 through 18
clarity, pantheon, curtail, invective, lax, ardent, clandestine, ingenious, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 18
brittle, equity, ignominy, proliferate, cogent, inevitable, infatuated, laudatory, ...
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Lesson 19
assemblage, tutelage, aftermath, scathing, disarray, remiss, flagrant, capitulate, ...
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