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M.F Vocab Unit 2


Aberration Noun something not typical, a deviation from the standard
Allusion Noun An indirect reference; a hint
Artifice Noun A clever trick; cunning
Burgeon Verb To expand, to flourish
Cognitive Adjective Dealing with how we know the world around us through our senses
Covert adjective Secret, hidden
Diffident adjective timid; lacking in self-confidence
enormity noun an extreme evil, a hideous offense; immensity
fatalist noun someone who believes that future events are already determined and that humans are powerless to change them
hierarchy noun an organization based on rank or degree, pecking order
ineffable adjective incapable of being expressed or described
lament verb to mourn
metamorphosis noun a magical change in form; a striking or sudden change
ostensible adjective apparent (but misleading), professed
pious adjective Reverent or devout, outwardly, hypocritical
propriety noun properness; good manners
reprehensible adjective worthy or blame or censure
spurious adjective false, fake
temerity noun a boldness; recklessness; audacity
verbose adjective using too many words, not succinct
Created by: zr