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WWWb Lesson 9 Vocab

abet to encourage or assist in some activity, especially a questionable one
agile 1. able to more quickly 2. able to think quickly agility: quickness of mind and body
allot to assign or distribute as a portion or share
congregate to come together in a group, assemble
divert 1. to turn aside 2. to entertain or amuse diversion: the act of turning from a course or concern 2. something that amuses or entertains
humdrum lacking excitement; boring or monotonous
influx a flowing or pouring in; arrival in massive numbers
intricate complicated; having many related details or parts
memento something kept as a reminder of a past event; a souvenir
query a question to ask or ask about
sporadic happening occasionally; not regularly
staple 1. a basic food that is used frequently and in large amounts 2. a U-shaped fastener with sharp ends 3. to attach with staples 4. most important, principal
tumult noisy excitement; an uproar or disturbance tumultuous: marked by an uproar or excitement, turbulent
unseemly not suitable; inappropriate or improper
Created by: amauchet