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English Vocab 7,8,9

QuestionAnswer
Perpetual continuing forever
Cleave to cling to a person or thing closely
Aberrations the act of differing from a normal state: disorder of the mind
Adjacent lying next or near: having a border point in common
Unfathomable impossible to understand
Procure to get possession of
Plait to pleat: to make by braiding
Gastric relating to the stomach
Compensation the act of making equal return to
Ingenuous showing childlike simplicity and straightforwardness
Analogous showing resemblance in some details between things otherwise unlike
Wary very cautious
Provocation something that provokes
Indicative pointing out something
Gravitate to move toward something
Fanatical overly enthusiastic or devoted
Attire clothing
Deportment manner of conducting oneself: behavior
Isolate to keep apart from others
Constitute to appoint to an office: to establish
Mortify to embarrass greatly: humiliate
Tentatively not fully developed: hesitantly, uncertainly
Obstreperous noisy and hard to control
Invective harsh or insulting words
Palate Sense of taste
Created by: mason swindell