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october vocab

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abject uttterly hopeless, humiliating
acclimate to accustum or become accustom to a new enviornment
affable pleasently easy to approach and to talk to
alienate to make indifferant or hostile
ambivalent uncertainty or fluctuation caused by inability to make a choice.
anarchy a state of society without government or law.
articulate uttered clearly in distinct syllables.
atrophy a wasting away of the body or an organ or part of the body.
austere severe in mannor or apperance; uncompromising; strict; forbiding
banal devoid of freshness or origionality; hackneyed; trite.
blithe joyous, merry, or gay in disposition, glad, cheerful.
brusque abrupt in manner; blunt; rough.
buttress an external prop or suport built to steady a structure by opposing its outward thrusts.
censure strong or vehment expresion of dissaproval.
coerce to compel by force, intimidation or authority
condone to disregard or overlook (illegal)
copious large in quantity or number; abundent; plentiful.
corpulent large or bulky of body; large; stout; fat.
defer to put off to a future time.
deviate to turn aside; route; way ; course.
disparage to speak of or treat slightingly
duplicity decitfullness in speach or conduct; speaking or acting in two differant ways concerning the same matter with intent to deceive; double-dealing.
enclave a country mostly or entirly surronded by another country.
equanimity mental or emotionaly stability or composure esp. under tension or straign; calmness.
esoteric understood by or meant for only the select few who have speacial knowlage or interest; recondite.
Created by: grace1 on 2009-10-29



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