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Lesson 1
accord, absolve, accolade, abhor, access, acquiesce, acumen, acknowledge, ...
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Lesson 2
akin, adage, adamant, affinity, administration, adjacent, adroit, afflict, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 2
abominable, acknowledge, acquit, allay, agnostic, abound, abridge, aberration, ...
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Lesson 3
allege, allegory, animosity, alleviate, ample, amiable, alternative, annul, ...
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Lesson 4
antagonism, apparel, apathy, appease, archaic, aquatic, antiquity, antiseptic, ...
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Review: Lessons 3 through 4
anoint, allegory, alleviate, animosity, annals, appraise, altercation, alternative, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 4
aberration, abhor, alleviate, abominable, anguish, anthropology, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 5
atmosphere, aspect, arduous, astound, attire, articulate, assuage, artificial, ...
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Lesson 6
authorize, autocrat, auditory, aviary, auspicious, authentic, avenge, autobiography, ...
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Review: Lessons 5 through 6
autocrat, atone, ardent, asset, auspicious, articulate, artificial, ascend, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 6
aberration, altruism, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abuse, amorphous, ...
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Lesson 7
bliss, benefactor, bland, blanch, billow, bemoan, bombastic, betray, ...
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Lesson 8
bureaucracy, bridle, calculate, breadth, canine, callow, brilliant, bounty, ...
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Review: Lessons 7 through 8
bemoan, benefactor, canine, bustle, brilliant, bridle, callow, bounty, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 8
aberration, abhor, belittle, abominable, abort, arable, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 9
chaos, charlatan, coalesce, clarity, charitable, citadel, caustic, clarify, ...
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Lesson 10
complacent, commission, commiserate, colleague, cohesive, commence, competent, coffer, ...
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Review: Lessons 9 through 10
clamor, censor, commonplace, commemorate, complacent, colonize, citadel, chaos, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 10
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 11
concoct, confine, compromise, composer, comprehend, condense, compulsive, condescend, ...
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Lesson 12
contaminate, consequence, contrite, consternation, contentious, contagion, contemplate, constitute, ...
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Review: Lessons 11 through 12
contradict, comply, composer, contrive, contract, concise, compress, consume, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 12
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 13
convert, crave, convey, crass, convivial, courtesy, cringe, cower, ...
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Lesson 14
culture, culprit, deem, cultivate, dedication, cursory, defame, culminate, ...
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Review: Lessons 13 through 14
decompose, copious, cringe, cultivate, convivial, corroborate, decided, cursory, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 14
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 15
destitute, dignitary, detain, detract, desert, diction, desecration, detest, ...
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Lesson 16
digress, dismantle, disquiet, disparity, disparage, disarray, dispense, dispose, ...
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Review: Lessons 15 through 16
detain, desert, desist, detract, despoil, dilapidated, destitute, detach, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 16
aberration, abhor, abolish, dispel, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 17
dunce, dissent, dwindle, duplicity, diverge, distinction, distinct, diurnal, ...
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Lesson 18
eclipse, edifice, elicit, elucidate, elementary, ecstasy, encompass, eject, ...
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Review: Lessons 17 through 18
disseminate, dissent, elementary, distinctive, distinct, dissociate, distaste, diurnal, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 18
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 19
ethereal, espouse, erratic, enmity, epitaph, esoteric, envelop, engulf, ...
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Lesson 20
explicit, exacerbate, exemplary, evaporate, evolve, exonerate, euphemism, exquisite, ...
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Review: Lessons 19 through 20
engulf, evasive, enmity, euphemism, eradicate, enumerate, envelop, eschew, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 20
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, culminate, absolve, ...
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Lesson 21
extraneous, facet, fathom, extol, extend, extinguish, fallacious, extricate, ...
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Lesson 22
ferment, foolhardy, foresee, flamboyant, fleeting, fidget, finite, fluent, ...
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Review: Lessons 21 through 22
finesse, extend, extinguish, foment, fickle, exult, forego, extricate, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 22
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 23
geology, galaxy, fortuitous, frail, fragile, gamely, fugitive, furtive, ...
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Lesson 24
goad, harbinger, harass, haphazard, gratify, harbor, gratuitous, herald, ...
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Review: Lessons 23 through 24
forthright, fortify, generalize, fragile, frail, frenzy, futile, frivolous, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 24
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 25
hibernate, homage, ignite, imagery, heretofore, illusion, image, idiom, ...
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Lesson 26
impending, impulse, immoderate, immutable, imply, implicate, import, impound, ...
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Review: Lessons 25 through 26
heretofore, illusion, imply, immaculate, hibernate, idiom, hone, import, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 26
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 27
inadequate, incongruous, indecision, inadvertent, incorporate, incisive, inconsiderate, incompetence, ...
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Lesson 28
inept, indoctrinate, inertia, indiscriminate, indistinguishable, inevitable, inducement, indispensable, ...
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Review: Lessons 27 through 28
infidelity, inadvertent, inaudible, indignant, inferior, incessant, incisive, infamous, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 28
aberration, arable, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 29
inhibit, insidious, insolvent, insomnia, insurgent, innocuous, intellectual, innumerable, ...
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Lesson 30
irascible, intervene, invective, iota, internal, interchangeable, interpret, intermittent, ...
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Review: Lessons 29 through 30
inhibit, interminable, internal, intractable, intense, interchangeable, iota, intervene, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 30
annul, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 31
jubilant, irrefutable, irrigation, lapse, languid, jut, juncture, lavish, ...
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Lesson 32
lucid, ludicrous, legitimate, magnify, maintain, lofty, lethargy, lush, ...
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Review: Lessons 31 through 32
irrational, magnify, irreverent, juncture, irrigation, isolate, issue, jargon, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 32
aberration, abhor, abolish, intense, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 33
menace, malady, malign, mandate, manipulate, melodramatic, maximize, manuscript, ...
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Lesson 34
mitigate, metaphor, modify, mislead, migrate, misgiving, microcosm, meteor, ...
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Review: Lessons 33 through 34
microcosm, methodology, malign, moderate, manipulate, manuscript, martial, meager, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 34
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 35
muse, mythology, mundane, narrate, myriad, morbid, morality, moribund, ...
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Lesson 36
nonentity, novice, neurotic, obstacle, nook, nonchalant, observatory, oblivious, ...
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Review: Lessons 35 through 36
momentous, monotonous, nimble, nostalgic, morality, morbid, obligatory, morose, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 36
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 37
overstate, painstaking, overwrought, ointment, occult, omniscient, obtuse, opiate, ...
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Lesson 38
paranoia, pensive, parochial, perpetrate, pauper, penchant, parasite, parry, ...
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Review: Lessons 37 through 38
overstate, penchant, paucity, omen, opiate, ominous, omit, perpetrate, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 38
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 39
persist, plausible, polarize, philanthropy, pinnacle, perturb, petty, perverse, ...
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Lesson 40
preclude, predicament, predominate, potent, pontificate, prescribe, predilection, posthumous, ...
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Review: Lessons 39 through 40
portal, perspective, plaintive, preposterous, perturb, peruse, pervade, perverse, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 40
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 41
profane, prodigious, primary, prevarication, prime, prophet, proponent, probe, ...
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Lesson 42
quandary, qualify, rampant, prototype, protocol, prostrate, quixotic, pseudonym, ...
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Review: Lessons 41 through 42
provincial, prevailing, prevarication, prostrate, quibble, protocol, priority, proselytize, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 42
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 43
recuperate, rectify, ravenous, raucous, rash, rebut, reckless, reconcile, ...
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Lesson 44
relinquish, rehabilitate, repository, reflex, reiterate, refuge, redundant, reinstate, ...
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Review: Lessons 43 through 44
recant, relish, rehabilitate, reckless, reflect, ravenous, raze, realm, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 44
aberration, abhor, abolish, accolade, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 45
revive, revelation, reprimand, reprieve, retain, rescind, revitalize, retaliate, ...
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Lesson 46
savor, savory, rife, rigid, sculptor, scoff, salvation, scope, ...
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Review: Lessons 45 through 46
reprehensible, scope, reprimand, repugnant, scalpel, scapegoat, rustic, rigid, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 46
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 47
singular, shun, sinister, shrivel, sedative, seclusion, serene, shortcoming, ...
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Lesson 48
stimulus, solemn, squalid, somber, sonnet, staid, solo, speculate, ...
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Review: Lessons 47 through 48
sovereign, squelch, secular, squalid, sedition, sedative, shrine, sequence, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 48
aberration, abhor, abolish, crave, abort, abound, attire, absolve, ...
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Lesson 49
supercilious, stoic, subvert, subjective, superb, subordinate, straightforward, stupefy, ...
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Lesson 50
therapeutic, tenure, surmount, temporal, terrestrial, tempered, tentative, systematic, ...
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Review: Lessons 49 through 50
stoic, sustain, therapeutic, thesis, strife, subjugate, sublime, stupefy, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 50
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, rigid, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 51
transient, undermine, tributary, troupe, tidings, transparent, topical, tranquil, ...
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Lesson 52
unfit, variable, unflinching, venal, unwary, upshot, ungainly, unwitting, ...
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Review: Lessons 51 through 52
tidings, transparent, tirade, troupe, unseemly, topical, valiant, tranquil, ...
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Review: Lessons 1 through 52
aberration, abhor, abolish, abominable, abort, abound, abridge, absolve, ...
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Lesson 53
voluptuous, vindictive, versatile, vista, vivacious, vogue, whimsical, waver, ...
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