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Associations of "Vested" (30 Words)
|absolute||Perfect or complete or pure.|
Absolute moral standards.
An arrant fool.
|barren||A barren tract or tracts of land.|
The Greeks were seen to drive a barren of mules.
|bleak||(of a situation) not hopeful or encouraging; unlikely to have a favourable outcome.|
A bleak and barren moor.
|categorical||Unambiguously explicit and direct.|
A categorical denial.
|complete||Complete or carry out.|
A complete set of china.
|desolate||Make (a place) appear bleakly empty.|
The droughts that desolated the dry plains.
|encase||Enclose or cover in a case or close-fitting surround.|
Each was encased in a plastic shrink wrap.
|enunciate||Speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way.|
She enunciated each word slowly.
|have||Have ownership or possession of.|
I have two years left.
|imperative||Relating to verbs in the imperative mood.|
Immediate action was imperative.
|infertile||(of land) unable to sustain crops or vegetation.|
An infertile couple.
|inviolable||Must be kept sacred.|
Fortifications that made the frontier inviolable.
|invulnerable||Immune to attack; impregnable.|
No state in the region is now invulnerable to attack by another.
|irrevocably||In a way that cannot be changed, reversed, or recovered.|
Our environment will be irrevocably damaged.
|own||Have something as one s own possess.|
I emphasize the importance of owning our anger and finding ways to control it.
|perfectly||In a manner or way that could not be better.|
You know perfectly well I can t stay.
|procure||Persuade or cause (someone) to do something.|
He persuaded a friend to procure him a ticket.
|property||Shares or investments in property.|
Self confidence is not an endearing property.
|protection||Protection money paid to criminals especially on a regular basis.|
Insurance provided protection against loss of wages due to illness.
|securely||In a manner free from fear or risk.|
Only about 35 pictures can be securely attributed to him.
|staring||Open and fixed as if in fear or wonder.|
Stark staring mad.
|stark||Severe or bare in appearance or outline.|
The dragoons were stark fellows.
|thoroughgoing||Without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers.|
|totally||Used to emphasize a clause or statement.|
Some of the lyrics are totally brilliant.
|unadulterated||Not mixed or diluted with any different or extra elements; complete and absolute.|
Unadulterated whole milk yogurt.
|unconditional||Not contingent; not determined or influenced by someone or something else.|
|unmitigated||Not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; sometimes used as an intensifier.|
The tour had been an unmitigated disaster.
|unqualified||Having no right or entitlement.|
No company would permit an unqualified accountant to audit its books.
|utter||Express audibly utter sounds not necessarily words.|
He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand.