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unit 5 vocabulary **

accomplice a person who takes part in a crime
annihilate to destroy completely
arbitrary unreasonable;based on one's wishes or whims without regard for reason or fairness
brazen shameless,impudent;made of brass
catalyst a substance that causes or hastenss a chemical reaction any agent that causes change
exodus a large-scale departure or flight
facilitate to make easier;to assist
incorrigible not able to be corrected;beyond control
latent hidden,present but not realized
militant given to fighting;active and aggressive in support of a cause;an activist
opaque not letting light through;not clear or lucid;dense,stupid
paramount cheif in importance,above all others
prattle to talk in an aimless,foolish,or simple way;to babblt;baby talk
rebut to offer arguments or evidence that contradicts an assertion;to refute
reprimand to scold;find fault with;a rebuke
servitude salvery,forced labor
slapdash carless and hasty
stagnant not running or flowing;foul from standing still;inactive,sluggish,dull
succumb to give way to superior force,yield
Created by: Ehurley673