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Vocabulary 4D-112612

Sadlier-Oxford Level D Unit 4 112612

abscond        (V.)to run away secretly and hide.
access (N.) admittance or a way of entering (v.) to get at or obtain
anarchy    (n.) a lack of government and law; confusion; A state of lawlessness and disorder (usually resulting from a failure of government),
arduous    (adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort; difficult.
auspicious   (adj.) Showing signs of a successful outcome or result; favorable.
biased (adj.)favoring one side; prejudiced.
daunt   (v.) to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage.
disentangle        (v.) to free from tangles or complications; to free from twist and/or confusion.
fated    (adj.) predetermined in advance by destiny or fortune.
hoodwink    (v.) to mislead by a trick, or deceive.
inanimate    (adj.) not having life; without energy or spirit.
incinerate    (v.) to burn to ashes.
intrepid    (adj.) very brave, fearless, unshakable.
larceny    (n.) theft; unlawful taking and carrying away of someone else's property,
pliant    (adj.) bending readily, easily influenced.
pompous   (Adj.) Excessively stately or overly self important;Having an overly high opinion of one's importance.
precipice    (n.) a very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster.
rectify    v. to make right, correct.
reprieve    (n.)a temporary relief or delay; to grant a postponement (v.) to grant a postponement.
revile    (v.) to attack with words, call bad names.
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