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M.F Vocab Unit 5

QuestionAnswer
Abstract ADJ Theoretical; impersonal
Amenable ADJ Obedient; willing to give in to wishes of another; agreeable
Augment VERB To make bigger; to add to; to increase
Capricious ADJ unpredictable; able to change at any moment
Complement VERB To complete or fill up;
Curtail VERB to shorten; to cut short
Dissipate VERB To thin out or dissolve
Esoteric ADJ hard to understand
Finesse NOUN Skillful maneuvering
Hypothetical ADJ Uncertain; unproven
Infatuated ADJ Foolish; passionate or attracted
Libel Noun Published falsehood
morose ADJ gloomy; sullen
Paradox NOUN a true statement that seems to contradict itself
Polemic NOUN a powerful argument
Provincial ADJ narrow; limited to outlook to one's own small corner
Revere VERB To respect highly
Stigmatize VERB to brand with disgrace
Terse ADJ using no unnecessary words
Vex Verb To annoy
Created by: zr