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Tech. Comp. chp. 3

Vocab study guide

Felon A person convicted of a crime.
Adjoining Something connected to something else, usually beside it.
Ricochet The bounce of a bullet after hitting an object.
Ordeal A difficult or painful experience.
Valor Showing bravery or having courage.
Contraband Illegal substance or materials.
Mindset Looking backwards, thinking about past.
Daunting Very difficult, challenging.
Procession A group moving forward in a straight line.
Laceration Cut of incision on one's skin.
Maneuvered To move or get careful planning & action.
Audacious Bold or daring, especially for a plan.
Intolerable Not able to endure.
Gritty Dirty or hazardous.
Consciousness State of being awake & able to think.
Wrenched To open by force, especially with a twisting motion.
Assaulted Confronted by as in noise of heat.
Forthcoming About to happen.
Recuperated Got better, healed.
Retrospect Looking backward, thinking about the past.
Created by: scoffey0311