GLOSSARY 3S1 Travesty: A burlesque; a grotesque imitation; the act of making a travesty or burlesque of. Tremor: An involuntary trembling; a quivering or shaking. Tremulous: Trembling; quivering. Troglodyte: A cave-dweller. Tumor: A swelling; a morbid growth or enlargement. Tutelage: Guardianship; protection; tutorship; instruction. /It Unanimous: Being of one mind; agreeirm^p^inion. Uncomplaisant: Discourteous; disagreeao Unctuous: Fervid; devotional; emotional;1^K^|isly bland. UnembeHished: Not embellished; not adorned Unequivocal: Definite; precise; decided; witho/Ca Unilateral: Occurring on or Delated to orAside only; UnMtiated: Not initiated; "not mstru^aNi mysteries. Unison: A joining together; a keeping ing in time with. Unit character; A character or trait that is inherited and trans-, mitted as a unit, Unitary: Single; of the nature of a unit. A" Unrealized: Not locali^^ed; not capable of being referred to any3' definite site or position. Unmitigated: Not mitigated or lightened in effect; having full force. Uumotived: Without motive; not conditioned by motives. Uruemie: Relating to uraemia, an abnormal condition in which the constituents of urine are present in the blood. Utilitarian: Relating to utility; practical Uvula: The small, fleshy body hanging from the soft palate above the root of the tongue. Uvular: Relating to the uvula; requiring the action of the uvula for articulation.