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Martin's vocabulary

Blue Book Unit 5

QuestionAnswer
blemish (n) a mark or stain that damages the appearance of something; a weakness or flaw
blunt (adj) having a dull point or edge; not sharp; honest but insensitive in nature
capable (adj) able and prepared to do something; fit or skilled
conclude (v) to finish; to bring something to an end; to decide after careful thought
detect (v) to find or discover something, notice
fatigue (n) weariness or exhaustion from work or lack of sleep
festive (adj) having to do with a feast or celebration
hospitality (n) a friendly welcome and treatment of guests
nomad (n) a member of a people who move from place to place; a person who roams aimlessly
persecute (v) to treat unjustly or to cause to suffer
supreme (adj) highest in power, rank, authority, quality, or degree
transport (v) to move or carry from one place to another
Created by: martinl