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9 week vocab


Mystified to make mysterious or obscure.
chortled to laugh or chuckle especially in satisfaction or exultation.
Infraction an act of violating a rule, law, code, etc.
Insight the power or act of seeing into a situation
interdependence a relationship between two different organisms or ideas when each receives benefits from the other
Independence a state of not relying on or being ruled by another person, idea, etc
Relinquish to withdraw or retreat from; leave behind
Indulgently acting in a way that shows excessively leniency or giving in
Exuberant joyously unrestrained and enthusiastic.
Exasperate to excite the anger of; to cause irritation or annoyance to
Acquisition an asset or object bought or obtained, typically by a library or museum.
Integrity adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty
Relish pleasurable appreciation of anything; liking.
Steel ) to fill with resolution or determination
Exhilarate to enliven; invigorate; stimulate; to be made cheerful or merry
Frigid without warmth or feeling: without ardor or enthusiasm.
Torrent a stream of water flowing through rapidly and violent
Tentatively in an unsure or uncertain way; not definite or absolute
Transmit to communicate; to pass or spread
Bask to enjoy a pleasant situation; to lie in or be exposed to pleasant warmth.
Wince to draw back or tense the body.
Abuzz full of or alive with activity; talk
Admonition counsel, advice, or caution
Hueless without variation or gradation of color; tintless