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2nd 23 set of words

Vocab Things Fall Apart

vividly brightly, distinctly, clearly
deft skillful, adroit
feign Pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury): "she feigned nervousness"
harbingers thing or person that precedes or forecasts an impending event/situation
copiously abundantly
succulent very juicy
audacity excessive boldness, rashness, daring
esoteric understood only by a small group or select few.
approbation official approval, praise, commendation
voluble ability to use words easily, fluently, glibly
plumage feathers of a bird
potent powerful, having a strong effect
rent to tear violently, to split
calamity a serious event causing distress or misfortune
refuge shelter or place of protection
grievously done with severe suffering or sorrow, seriously, gravely
fugitives a person who is elusive or hard to find, wandering
woeful full of sorrow and grief
ominous threathening
derisive adj with harsh mockery, ridiculing
callow immature, inexperienced
impudent disrespectful, characterised by improper bold behaviour
degenerate (n/v/adj) An immoral or corrupt person./ Decline or deteriorate physically, mentally, or morally/ showing evidence of decline.
Created by: LandL