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Vocab. Level E

Unit 14

Vocab - Level EUnit 14
alacrity (n.) a cheerful readiness; brisk and eager action
alleviate (v.) to relieve, make more bearable
antithesis (n.) the direct opposite, a sharp contrast
appall (v.) to fill with dismay or horror
bellicose (adj.) to fill with dismay or horror
disparage (v.) to belittle, speak slightingly of; to undervalue
dissonant (adj) not in harmony; disagreeing, at odds
droll (adj.) amusingly odd
edict (n.) an order issued by someone in authority
elucidate (v.) to clarify, explain
laud (v.) to praise
loll (v.) to act in a lazy manner; to lounge; to recline, droop
loquacious (adj.) talkative, wordy; fond of talking
magnanimous (adj.) generous in forgiving, above small meanness
mandatory (adj.) required, obligatory
nondescript (adj.) ordinary, not outstanding; not easily classified
phlegmatic (adj.) slow-moving, sluggish; unemotional
rescind (v.) to repeal, cancel
vivacious (adj.) lively, sprightly, full of energy
whet (v.) to sharpen, put an edge on; to make keen or eager
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