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Vocabulary lesson 1

Aggravate To irritate or annoy; To make worse; aggravation; Aggravating
Comprehend To understand fully; Comprehension
cower To crouch and tremble; to shrink back in fear or because of pain
Endure To last; to continue to exist; to put up with or bear; to show lasting strength; endurance
Frugal thrifty; not wasteful; frugality
Futile useless, worthless, or hopeless; not effective; futility
Immense Huge; enormous; immensity
Insufficient Not as much as is needed; sufficient
Laborious involving or requiring labor or much hard work; difficult; labor
Malice The desire to harm another; ill will; malicious
Parasite A plant or animal that lives on(or within) another from which it gets food; one who lives at another's expense without contributing anything of value; parasitic
Predicament A difficult or unpleasant situation
Scoff To show scorn; To look down on or make fun of someone or something
Trivial Not valuable or important; trivia
Unanimous In (or based on) complete agreement; unanimity
Created by: ozian401