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Night Voc. 3-Daniel

vocab from Night

TermDefinition
unremittingly adv. constantly; without interruption
bestial adj. like a beast; cruel and savage
harangued v. scolded, especially in a noisy and bullying way
compulsory adj. required; that which must be done
implored v. begged; pleaded sincerely
interminable adj. endless or seeming to be endless
inconsiderable adj. unimportant; small
dysentery n. intestinal inflammation causing abdominal pain and severe diarrhea; often fatal if left untreated in the very young or old, or in those who are weakened by hunger or other disease
annihilate v. destroy completely; exterminate
summarily adv. promptly and without formality
knell n. the sound of a bell, especially of a bell rung slowly at a funeral; often used metaphorically to mean a bad omen
indeterminate adj. indefinite; vague; subtle
stupefied adj. stunned; amazed
apathy n. lack of interest or emotion; indifference
vigilance n. the state of watchfulness; alertness, especially to danger
appeasing v. satisfying; relieving
inert adj. motionless; lacking the ability to move or act
Created by: trejodaniel