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To say or do something in a speech or argument Concession
A quick unexspected attack Foray
something you dont like but have to deal with or stand Vexations
something that goes along with what you have to do. it is required Entailment
A temparary stay Sojourn
To show friendly or inviting qualities Amiable
someone who sells priscription drugs Apothecary
An important statement or quote Dictum
Something that restricts or makes you do something a certain way Strictures
A list of something that someone performs repertoire
To think in favor of a particular thing Predilection
Decide with authority, or demanding something be done Decree
A noisy quarrel or argument Altercation
The goal intended to be completed Objective
Showing intelligence Ingenuous
Something that annoys or teases Provocation
focased or hard core Adament
not liking or to ignore Apathetic
regret Rueful
ex. (lee 79) Citation
ex. ... Elips
an act of kindness Banevolence
Friendly, nice to be around Amiable
exspressing how you feel Ethical
dong something even if you dont want to Reluctantly
to overcome quell
Created by: Rachi