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List 13 Vocabulary

List 13 Vocab

TermDefinition
Se Apart
Sedition Conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against authority of state or monarch
Trib Pay
Diatribe A forceful or bitter attack against someone or something
Dign Worthy
Indignation Anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived to be unfair treatment
Luc Light
Lucid Expressed clearly; easy to understand; showing the ability to think clearly
Rupt Break
Abrupt Sudden and unexpected; brief to the point of rudeness
Grat Pleasing
Ingratiate To bring oneself in favor of someone by flattery or by trying to please them
Curr Run
Recurrent Occurring often or repeatedly
Tempor Time
Temporal Relation to worldly as opposed to spiritual affairs
Migr Wander
Immigrant A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country
Trans Across
Transient Lasting only a short time; existing briefly
Assiduous Constant and unrelenting
Censure Strong and vehement expression of disapproval
Demagogue A leader who gains power and popularity by arousing the emotions, passions, and prejudices of the people
Fortuitous Happening by chance; lucky; fortunate
Hackneyed Overused; commonplace; stale
Impetuous Sudden or rash action led by emotion; impulsive
Mundane Common and ordinary
Ostentatious Overly showy in an attempt to gain attention
Perfidious Deliberately deceitful
Tenacious Stubborn; persistent
Created by: GCSEnglish9