Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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abrogate to abolish, repeal, or nullify by authority.
abstruse difficult to comprehend or understand; esoteric; arcane.
attenuate to cause to be thin, rarefied, or fine.
benign causing little or no harm.
caparison decorative trappings to cover a horse's saddle or harness.
corollary a readily drawn conclusion; deduction or inference.
engender to create or give rise to.
epistemology the branch of philosophy dealing with the origin, nature, and limits of human knowledge.
froward unwilling to agree or obey; stubborn; perverse.
garrulous given to talking excessively.
guttural articulated in the back of the mouth; velar.
internecine of or pertaining to conflict, discord, or struggle within a group.
laureate one honored for achievement in a particular field or by a particular award, especially in the arts or sciences.
neophyte a beginner or novice at any activity.
stipple a method of painting, drawing, or engraving by applying small points, dots, or dabs to a surface.