||obsessed, dependent upon
||He may lapse into slang occasionally but he certainly
is not addicted to its constant use.
||I can not minimize the importance of buying an annuity
to support you in your old age.
||Up in the blue I could discry a single scavenger vulture
in search of carrion.
||adj / adv
||to be familiar with, acquainted
||Since I am the secretary of the club which is the rendezvous
of many foreigners, I have had to become conversant with several
||to be dissapointed
||The reading of adventure stories had given fred a fervent
desire to go to sea, but he was sadly disilluisioned by the
||The orthodox method of curing a feaver was to bleed
the patiend; belief in this fallacy caused many a death
||treaterous, alluring but harmfull
||The insidious rumour that he is a traitor was
spread by his enemies, and contains no vestige of truth.
||Although the rain had obliterated the grizzly's spoor,
the Indian seemed to follow the animal by intuition.
||Thousands of his servile subjects came to do obeissance
to King Darius.
||having to do with sence of smell.
||He is abe to differentiate between dozens of perfumes,
so well-developed is his olfactory sense.
||All the ranchers in the district made a determined onslaught
against th wolves which had been ravaging their flocks.
||priority, order of rank.
||The job of seating the enormous crowd will be difficult,
and we must try to give precedence to the members of the commitee.
||It seems incredible that he could write romantic poetry
in the prosaic atmosphere ot a tenement.
||having to do with more than what one
||The uncanny disappearence of the woman at the touch
of the magician's wand made my friend Smith, think that psychic force
were at work.
||To what extent was the fifteenth-century renaissance
of religion and culture inspired by the monks?
||The greater portion of his estate was bequeathed to
his progeny, and the residue to charity.
||A weekly award for the neatest notedbook has had a salutary
effect on the writting of the whole class.
||of the highest quality
||The newcomer is a man of sterling qualities,
and is a decided asset to the community.
||great volume, prolific
||Women of the last century were encumbered with voluminous
||After listening to so many diverse opinions my mind
is a welter of conflicting ideas.