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B to T vocab need to

need to know test thursday

scorned or hated despised
very fussy about ones apperance or behavior primly
pretending to have qualitys and/or virtuse one does not really have hypocritcal
a wild uproar pandemonium
resembeling a proverb and commonly spoken in a statement proverbial
easly seen or atrakting attention conspicuous
causing disgust repulsive
having to high of an oppinion to ones self concieded
suddenly abruptly
the state of being or feeling of high spirits exhileration
showing evil or misfortune to come ominously
fortress stronghold
to join into one whole consoliated
to hang loosly droop or hang in a lazy manor lolling
thought or guess about something speculation
amount that is more than required or nessesary surplus
to cause someone to become speechless dumbfounded
to be forced to leave ones family or home exile
saticefiyed feeling of oneself complacement
to earn the attitudee of someone obliged
showing doubt or unwillingness reluctant
plot to agree to to do an unlawful act cospiering
to feel sorow for a sin and to decide in ones mind to do what is rite repent
having no worth not being used idly
plunge into a liquid to put out extingush doused
not lessing in harshness or stearness relentlessly
confusion or disorder chaos
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