Advanced – Core 3,000 (700+ Terms)/
Sample Deck of Entire Course

Sample Deck of Entire Course

Total: 15 words

splendid

adjective

excellent, fine, or very good

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extract

verb

to get or take out something from some place

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provoke

verb

to cause a feeling, reaction, or effect

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subtle

adjective

hard to notice, as in not obvious, not aggressive; using indirect methods or strategies that aren't obvious to achieve something

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affirm

verb

​to declare that something is true or that you support something strongly

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marvel

verb

to feel great surprise, wonder, astonishment, or admiration

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supervise

verb

to watch and direct; to be in charge of someone or something and ensure quality and safety

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mercy

noun

an act of kindness, compassion, or forbearance

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limp

verb

to walk slowly or with difficulty, often because one leg or foot is injured

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vulnerable

adjective

easy to physically or emotionally hurt, attack, or harm

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explicit

adjective

said or shown in a clear, complete, and detailed way

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perceive

verb

to notice or become aware of something

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impulse

noun

a sudden feeling or inclination to do something without thinking about the results

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appease

verb

to pacify or bring to a state of peace or quiet

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obstruct

verb

to block or hinder the passage, progress, course, etc. of someone or something

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