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Level E, Unit 5

Vocabulary Workshop

WordDefinition
al- tru- is- tik (adjective) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
a- ssent (verb), to express agreement, (noun) agreement
ben- e- fac-tor (noun), one who does good to others
chiv- al- rous (adjective), marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightley
clem- en- cy (noun), mercy, humaneness, mildness, moderateness
dearth (noun), a lack, scarcity, inadequate supply; a famine
diff- i- dent (adjective) shy, lacking self-confidence, modest, reserved
dis- crep- an- cy (noun) a difference; a lack of agreement
em- bark (verb) to go aboard; to make a start, to invest
fac-ile (adjective) easily done or attained, superficial, ready, fluent; easily shown but not sincerely felt
in- dom- it- a- ble (adjective) unconquerable, refusing to yield
in- fall- i- ble (adjective) free from error; absolutely dependable
plod (verb) to walk heavily or slowly, to work slowly
pun- gent (adjective), causing a sharp sensation; stinging, biting
re- miss (adjective) neglectful in performance of one's duty; careless
re- pose (verb) to rest; lie; place; (noun) relaxation, peace of mind, calmness
te- mer- i- ty (noun) rashness, boldness
truc- u- lent (adjective) fierce and cruel; agressive, deadly destructive; scathingly harsh
un- feigned (adjective) sincere, real, without pretense
vir- u- lent (adjective) extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful
Created by: bornemann