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Voc Unit E13-031813

Vocabulary Unit E13-031813

TermDefinition
antipathy (n.) a strong dislike, hostile feeling
applicable (Adj.) Appropriate; suitable; capable of being used or applied for a particular purpose
asset (n.) a resource; Something or someone who is valuable.
beset (v.) to attack from all sides; surround. (participle) harassed or troubled or studded as with jewels.
compassion (n.) Pity and sympathy for someone else's suffering.
decorum (n.) Proper behavior or conduct; Propriety of manner or conduct; grace arising from
duress (n.) compulsion by threat; forcible confinement
exuberant (adj.) High spirited, enthusiastic,unrestrained excessive, abundant. over flow of emotions.
facsimile (n.) An exact copy of a book or document etc...
imbibe (v.) to drink; to take in, absorb
implacable (adj.) unyielding or not to be satisfied; impossible to pacify or be appeased;Relentless; not likely to be appeased or satisfied.
infinitesimal (adj.) So small as to be almost nothing;Too small to be measured.
innocuous (adj.) harmless; inoffensive, insignificant. unlikely to harm or disturb anyone.
militate (v.) to have effect or force on or against someone or something, fight against.
patent (patuhnt) a govement document that states that a person or company has exclusive rights to make, use, or sell a new invention: (adj) plain or open to view (v) to gain exclusive rights over
prowess (n.) great skill or ability or great bravery or daring especially in battle
sedate (adj.) calm & quiet, (v.) give a dose of sedative
stentorian (adj.) extremely loud. very loud or powerful in sound
stipulate (v.) to arrange specifically; to require as a condition of agreement
ultimatum (n.) the final word or demand; a final statement or proposal or statement of conditions.
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