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Vocab Unit 3

Sophomores

worddefinitionsynonymsantonyms
adversary (n) enemy, opponent antagonist, rival, foe ally, friend, confederate, supporter
alienate (v) to make indifferent or hostile separate, estrange befriend, attract, reconcile, captivate
artifice (n) a clever trick or skill ruse, stratagem, contrivance n/a
coerce (v) to compel by force pressure, bully, intimidate, constrain persuade, cajole
craven (adj) cowardly; (n) a coward fearful, fainthearted, pusillanimous brave, valiant
culinary (adj) of or related to cooking or the kitchen n/a n/a
delete (v) to erase, cut out remove, cancel, expunge insert, retain, include
demise (n) a death, especially of a person in a lofty position decease, passing away birth, commencement
exhilarate (v) to give spirit or liveliness to stimulate, excite, gladden dispirit, dishearten, inhibit
fallow (adj) inactive; (n) land left unseeded; (v) to plow but not seed unproductive, inert, dormant productive, fertile, prolific
harass (v) to disturb or worry, especially by repeated attacks pester, bedevil, beleaguer n/a
inclement (adj) stormy, harsh; severe in attitude blustery, tempestuous, implacable gentle, balmy, tranquil
muse (v) to think about in a dreamy way, ponder meditate, contemplate, daydream n/a
negligible (adj) so unimportant that it can be disregarded trivial, inconsequential, insignificant significant, crucial, momentous
perpetuate (v) to make long lasting, permanent continue, preserve discontinue, abolish, abandon
precedent (n) an example that serves as a basis for later action guide, tradition, model n/a
punitive (adj) inflicting or aiming at punishment penalizing, retaliatory n/a
redress (v) to set right, remedy; (n) relief from wrong or injury rectify, correct, mitigate n/a
sojourn (n) a temporary stay; (v) to stay for a time visit, stopover n/a
urbane (adj) refined in manner or style elegant, suave crude, uncouth, boorish
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