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Junior WOD Quiz 1

quiz 1 Words of the Day

ablutions cleansing the body as part of a religious rite (noun)
protruded – jutted out (verb)
confederate - united with others for a common purpose (adj)
disposition - an inclination or tendency (noun)
deliberation - careful consideration (noun)
entreated – begged; pleaded (verb)
feigned – pretended; faked (verb)
mortality – death on a large scale (noun)
subsisted - remained alive; were sustained (verb)
traversed - moved over, across, or through (verb)
dispatched sent off on a specific assignment (verb)
loathsome hateful; detestable (adj)
copious plentiful; abundant (adj)
improvident Shortsighted (adj)
pacify calm; soothe (verb)
exquisite very beautiful; delicate; carefully wrought (adj)
affliction something causing pain or suffering (noun)
indications signs; things that point out or signify (noun)
abundance a great supply; more than enough (noun)
pilfer steal (verb)
Created by: MrsMloBTHS