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Outliers Chapter 3

vocab for Chapter 3 of outliers

Tumultuous It means you are highly agitated, being loud and creating rucuss.
Desperation To be of desparity or to be desperate
Province what is an administrative unit or division of a country?
phenomenon something that is spectacular or phenomenal
differentiate It is to mark something differently than others or to distinguish.
elegibility You are meeting the requirements set to meet a certain goal?
Defiance It is the bold or daring act of standing up to authority or an opposing force.
Brilliance Having great brightness or luster.
Judaism All Jews. Their beliefs in the Jewish religion
immigrate To pass or enter into a new place or habitat, as an organism
Revere what does it mean to regard with a great deal of respect
Mitigate To make less severe
Legacy Anything handed down from the past from an ancestor to a descendant.
disparage to speak of or treat slightingly
innate inherit in the essential character of something.
deference respectful or curtious regard.
incredulous indicating or showing disbelief.
refute to prove a person wrong.
obscure not clear, hard to percieve
diligent done with pursuing or preserving effort.
Created by: AJ@ATHS