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Flocabulary Unit 9

DefinitionTerm
(adj) overcrowded; filled too full congested
(adj) usual, normal, routine customary
(adj) troubled and disturbed emotionally distraught
(noun) 1. a remote-controlled device 2. a buzzing or humming sound that lasts for a long time 3. a male bee drone
(verb) to follow; to come as a result of ensue
(noun) a bitter, long-term argument or hostility feud
(adj) shockingly noticeable or evident, usually in a disgraceful way flagrant
(adj) made from unlike parts; combining different elements hybrid
(verb) to get in the way of; to interfere with the movement of impede
(verb) to make extremely angry or furious infuriate
(noun) the force or speed with which something moves momentum
(adj) moving about from place to place without settling down nomadic
(verb) to fall by drops or to flow in a small stream trickle
(adj) 1. vertical, straight 2. good, honest upright
(adj) bearing a grudge; eager to take revenge vindictive
Created by: chbrigandi