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Vocabulary Exercises-Pt. 1 2008

Voc. Ex. Pt. 1 2008Definitions
fostered Promoted the growth and development of or cultivated
scrupulous Having a strict regard for what one considers to be right; follows set rules or procedures; principled
purported Alleged, reputed, or claimed to be true
accommodation The adaptation or change made to be more convenient
eminent High in station, rank, or repute; distinguished
candid Frank; outspoken; open and sincere
stipulation A condition, demand, or promise in an agreement or contract
astute Possesses keen thinking processes or discernment; can see overall picture
stringent Rigorously binding or exacting; very strict or severe
affluent Having an abundance of wealth, property, or other material goods; prosperous; rich
brusque Abrupt, blunt, or rough in manner
foolhardy Recklessly or thoughtlessly bold; foolish, rash, or venturesome
tedious Long and tiresome; seems wearisome or boring
lavish Expended, bestowed, or occurring in profusion
scarcity Insufficiency or shortness of supply
Created by: jlstruss