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Ch. 7 Voc Words

DefinitionWord
freely given or obtained Gratuitous
unearned Gratuitous
uncalled for Gratuitous
without justification or cause Gratuitous
the source and development of a word Etymology
the study of word sources and development Etymology
to regard with deep respect, honor, or esteem Venerate
to revere Venerate
a statement the truth of which is obvious or well known Truism
having or displaying extensive knowledge Erudite
learned Erudite
Scholarly Erudite
a person who falsely claims to possess expert knowledge or skill Charlatan
a quack Charlatan
an imposter Charlatan
to praise highly Extol
to mention for the first time Broached
to introduce a subject Broached
to start a discussion of Broached
to create or possess a tendency or preference in advance Predisposed
to make susceptible Predisposed
never changing Immutable
unchangeable Immutable
unalterable Immutable
Created by: erodriguez6398 on 2010-10-25



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