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Vocabulary 6D-121012

Sadlier-Oxford Level D Unit 6 121012

atone   (V.)Make amends for. Make up for something done.
bondage   (n.) slavery; lack of freedom; the state of being under the control of another person.
credible    (Adj.)believable, trustworthy, plausible, acceptable, likely.
defray    (V.)to pay for, bear the cost of.
diligent   (Adj.)hardworking; thorough, persistent.
doleful    (Adj.)Full of grief and sadness;sorrowful, mournful, melancholy.
ghastly   (adj.)frightful, horrible; deathly pale,
hamper    (v.)1. to hold back, put at a disadvantage 2. to hinder or a container for dirty clothes.
hew    (v.) 1. to chop down with an ax or to hold to 2. to chop, hack; to fell; to adhere to the rules.
impoverished    (adj.) poor, in a state of poverty, depleted.
incessant    (adj.) never stopping, going on all the time.
intricate    (Adj.) Highly involved or having a complicated structure or pattern,
lucid    (adj.) easily understood; intelligible,
posthumous (adj.) occurring or published after death.
prim    (adj.) overly neat, precise, or formal; prudish.
sardonic    (adj.) grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic.
superfluous   (adj.) exceeding what is sufficient or required, excess.
supplant    (v.) to take the place of, supersede;to replace.
taunt    (v.) to mock; jeer at; reproach (n.) an insulting or mocking remark.
tenacious    (Adj.) holding fast; holding together firmly; persistent.
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