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Vocab. - Level D

Unit 14

Vocab. - Level DUnit 14
annex (v.) to add to, attach; to incorporate; (n.) an attachment or addition
cleave (v.) To cut or split open; cling to
cordial (adj.) in a friendly manner, hearty; cheery; (n.) a liquer
cornerstone (n.) the starting point of a building; a fundamental principle or element
debacle (n.) an overwhelming defeat, rout; a complete collapse or failure
devitalize (v.) to make weak or lifeless
embroil (v.) to involve in a conflict or difficulty; to throw into confusion
exonerate (v.) to clear from a charge or accusation
glib (adj.) ready and fluent in speech; thoughtless, insincere
haphazard (adj.) by chance, not planned; lacking order
improvise (v.) to compose or perform without preparation; to construct from available materials
incite (v.) to rouse, stir up, urge on
influx (n.) a coming in, inflow
pallor (n.) an extreme or unnatural paleness
pedigree (n.) a list of ancestors, family tree; the history of origins of something
precipitous (adj.) very steep
profuse (adj.) very abundant; given or flowing freely
reconcile (v.) to restore to friendship; to settle; to resign (oneself)
shackle (v.) to put into chains; (n. usually plural) a chain, fetter
threadbare (adj.) shabby, old and worn
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