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Vocabulary Set D7

neophyte-oblique

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nonchalance n. A state of mind indicating lack of interest or concern. Even though he was walking to his death, he apparent was shocking to all who witnessed the event.
novice n. A beginner in any business or occupation. He can be considered a great horseman, but he is a in the world of shows.
obdurate adj. Impassive to feelings of humanity or pity. He remained , regardless of the pleas of the wounded and dying.
oblique adj. Slanting; said of lines. His references to her past went unnoticed by a majority of the audience.
neophyte adj. Having the character of a beginner. The virus was designed to take advantage of the many computer on the Internet today.
Created by: accelerations