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Level E-7 Crawford

Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 7

abhor 1. v. To shrink from in disgust; to detest. 2. adj: abhorrent: Disgusting; causing loathing.
amend 1. to change in an official manner 2. To change by adding, removing, or altering.
bellicose 1. Warlike, aggressive, quarrelsome. 2. likely to fuss or fight.
belligerent 1. hostile; aggressive; fond of fighting 2. given to fighting or hostile behavior
buffet 1. a variety of food items to select from 2. meal in which dinners serve themselves
chaos A state of extreme confusion and disorder.
clarify to explain clearly; to make something easier to understand
cohesion 1. The state of cohering or sticking together. 2. The tendency to stick together.
commodious having plenty of space to move around freely; roomy
corrosive 1. Of a substance, especially a strong acid; capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action. 2. able to weaken or wear down
discern 1. distinguish clearly (by sight or mind) 2. see, make out, recognize
eliminating 1. Dismiss from consideration. 2. getting rid of, doing away with
evidence stand as proof of, giving proof
extant Still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost. "extant manuscripts"
implicate 1. Impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result. 2. To imply that someone has done something.
inter 1. Place in a grave or tomb. 2. to bury; to consign to oblivion
martinet martinet 1. Someone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms. 2. a strict disciplinarian; a stickler for the rules
obviate 1. Do away with. 2. to anticipate and dispose of effectively;to render unnecessary.
pertinent 1. Having precise or logical relevance to the matter at hand. "a list of articles pertinent to the discussion" 2. Relevant; clearly pertaining to a subject.
relevant 1. clear importance to a matter 2. reveal or describes what is important
renegade 1. Someone who rebels and becomes and outlaw. 2. A disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc.
reprehensible 1. deserving of blame, rebuke, or censure 2. blameworthy, deserving to be scolded
salient easily seen or notices; conspicuous; noticeable; prominent
somber 1. Lacking brightness or color; dull. "children in somber brown clothes" 2. gloomy and sad; solemn and serious
squalid 1. Dirty or lack of care. 2. (adj.) filthy, wretched, debased
turbulent 1. adjective: characterized by unrest or disorder 2. violently agitated; disorderly; stormy
vociferous Conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry. "a vociferous mob"
voluminous 1. Having great bulk or volume; ample. 2. Filling or capable of filling many volumes
waive 1. to set aside a right or rule 2. to put off temporarily, defer
Created by: crawfka