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CarmenCove Lesson 1

Avid Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed. Eager; enthusiastic
Brusque Abrupt in manner or speech;gruff. The quality or state of being brusque.
Concise Short and to the point
Demean To cause a lowering of self-esteem;to lower in reputation or character. Degrading.
Despicable Deserving contempt or scorn.
Emulate To try to equal;to imitate
Evoke To call forth;to produce. To bring to mind,often by suggestion
Excruciating Very painful.
Inaugurate To install in office with a formal ceremony. To begin officially or mark the opening of. The act of installing in office
Pervade To spreed throughout. Spreading throughout.
Proprietor An owner of a store or other business.
Rebuff To reject bluntly. To dive back. A blunt rejection. An abrupt setback in progress.
Resilient Capable of recovering quickly from misfortune. Returning quickly to an original shape or condition The ability to recover. the ability to spring back.
Turbulent Chaotic unruly. Stormy;tempestuous. Great disturbance or agitation. Rapid changes in wind speed and direction in the atmosphere.
Created by: carmen5