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Vocabulary chapter13

Ad infinitum Adverb - again and again; forever
Apportion Verb - to divide
Bona fide Adjective - genuine; real. Also could mean sincere.
Buoyant Adjective - cheerful and optimistic.
Clique Noun - a small group of people with shared interests; it is exclusive.
Concede Verb - to yield; give in; admit defeat.
Congenial Adjective - pleasant
Lofty Adjective - high or superior.
Migration Noun - a movement from one place to another
Perceive Verb - to understand; to grasp
Perverse Adjective - contrary to the accepted or Expected standard or practice.
Prelude Noun - an introduction to a musical composition.
Rancid Adjective - rotten; spoiled; harsh smelling
Rustic Adjective - countryside OR Unsophisticated
Sever Verb - to break apart; to divide
Sordid Adjective - poor or rundown
Untenable Adjective - cannot hold on to (as in conversation)
Versatile Adjective - able to adapt
Vindicate Verb - to free
Wane Verb - to decline; to lessen
Created by: anthony1419