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Unit 7 Vocab - LMS

vocab words from unit 7

Acme the highest point S - summit A - Low point
Attribute a quality or characteristic belonging to or associated with someone or something S- trait
Belittle to make something appear smaller than it is S- minimize A- exaggerate
Convey to transport; to transmit S- carry, send
Doctrine a brief, principle, or teaching
Excise to remove by cutting; or an idierct tax on sales S- cut out A- put in
Haggard thin, plae and careworn as a result of worry S- drawn A- healthy
Jaunty lively, easy and carefree in manner S- unconcerned A- downcast
Juncture a joining together S- union
Menial lowly, humble, lacking importance or dignity S- underling A- lofty
Parry to ward off or fend off
Predatory preying on, plundering
Ravage to destory, lay waste, ruin S- wreck A- spare
Stance a way of holding the body S- posture
Tawdry showy and flashy but lacking in good taste S- loud or gaudy A- refined
Turncoat a person who switches to an apposing side or party S- traitor A- loyalist
Unassuming not putting on airs, unpretentious or modest A- conceited
Wallow to roll about in a lazt, clumsy or helpless way S- delight in
Waver to move to and fro, become unsteady S- hesitate A- stand firm
Created by: mrdavis