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vocabulary 9

vacabulary 9

allocate to set apart or disingate for a special purpose
ardent very enthusiastic impassioned
assidous persistent attentive
brash to act in a hasty manner
capricious subject to whims or passing fancies
chastise to inflict physical punishment as a means of punishment
copious abundant, plentiful
deviate to turn aside; to stray from a norm
emaciated made unnaturally thin
exult to rejoice greatly
gnarled knotted,twisted,lumpy
indeminity payment for damage or loss
inkling a hint;a vague notion
limpid clear,transparent readily understood
omnipotent almighty, haveing unlimited power or authority
palatable agreeable to the taste or ones sensabilities
poignant deeply affecting, touching keen or sharp in taste or smell
rancor bitter resentment or ill-will
sophomoric immature but overconfident
spontaneous arising naturally, not planned or engineered in advanced
Created by: james2288