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Why Marijuana Should Be Legal Vocab

heed to give careful attention to
surreptitious obtained, done, or made by clandestine or stealthy means
acrid extremely stinging or bitter; exceedingly caustic; Unpleasantly sharp, pungent, or bitter to the taste or smell.
pacify To ease the anger or agitation of
appease To bring peace, quiet, or calm to; soothe;To satisfy or relieve: appease one's thirst.
impunity Exemption from punishment, penalty, or harm.
allay To reduce the intensity of; relieve; To calm or pacify
placate To allay the anger of, especially by making concessions; appease
vociferous marked by noisy and vehement outcry
vehement Characterized by forcefulness of expression or intensity of emotion or conviction; fervid
prevaricate to speak falsely or misleadingly; deliberately misstate or create an incorrect impression; lie
indelible that cannot be eliminated, forgotten, changed, or erased.
revile To assail with abusive language; vituperate
assail to attack vigorously or violently; to undertake with the purpose of mastering: He "blanked" his studies with new determination.
opprobrious Expressing contemptuous reproach; scornful or abusive
exacerbate To increase the severity, violence, or bitterness of; aggravate
vigilant Alert watchfulness
covert concealed; secret; disguised; covered; sheltered
recidivism repeated or habitual relapse, as into crime; the chronic tendency toward repetition of criminal or antisocial behavior patterns
indict To accuse of wrongdoing; to charge with an offense or crime; castigate
castigate To inflict severe punishment on; To criticize severely
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