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M.F Vocab Unit 4.

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
absolute total; unlimited; perfect
ameliorate to make better or more tolerable
astute shrewd; keen in judgement
candor truthfulness; sincere honesty
compelling forceful; causing to yield
culminate to climax; to reach full effect
disparage to belittle; to say uncomplimentary things about, usually in a somewhat indirect way
equivocal ambiguous, intentionally confusing
fetter to restrain
homogeneous uniform; made entirely of one thing
inexorable relentless; inevitable, unavoidable
legacy something handed down from the past
mollify to soften; to soothe
paltry insignificant
plethora an excess
provident preparing for the future
resolute determined; firm
static stationary; not changing or moving
tenet a shared principle or belief
vestige a remaining bit of something; a las trace
Created by: zr