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vocab

QuestionAnswer
bare-handed nothing covering one's hands
postponement to put things off till later
contemplate look thoughtfully for a long time at something
administrate manage and be responsible for running something
custom-made made to a particular customer's order
infantile childish
disenfranchise deprived of the right to vote or have a privilege
immolate kill or offer as a sacrifice by burning
monoxide an oxide containing one atom of oxygen
victimize single someone out for cruel or unjust treatment
indispose unfit or unable to do something
confiscate to take or seize
inundate flood or overwhelm with things or people
infiltrate to enter or gain access
tranquilize having a calming effect
Created by: kwinkel