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Vocabulary Set A3


approbation n. Sanction. His father's approbation was the sole reason Frank drove himself to work so hard.
arrogate v. To take, demand, or claim, especially presumptuously or without reasons or grounds. If we allow the government to arrogate powers to itself not enumerated in the Constitution, our liberty is endangered.
ascetic adj. Given to severe self-denial and practicing excessive abstinence and devotion. Some people believe that they can attain command over matter by certain ascetic practices.
asperity n. Harshness or roughness of temper. His voice assumed a certain asperity as the thought of the injustice of it all.
antipathize v. To show or feel a feeling of antagonism, aversion, or dislike. Many people antipathize with those who are too lazy to support themselves.
Created by: accelerations