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VocabLevelFCh14

TermDefinition
amendable (adj) willing to follow advice or authority
berate (v) to scold sharply
carnage (n) large-scale slaughter or loss of life
credulous (adj) too ready to believe, easily deceived
criterion (n) a rule, test
deplete (v) to use up as a result of spending or consumption
expatiate (v) to expand on
extraneous (adj) coming from the outside, foreign
inception (n) the beginning, start
infirmity (n) a weakness or ailment
jejune (adj) lacking in nutritive value; lacking in interest
obdurate (adj) stubborn
potpourri (n) a collection of diverse or miscellaneous items
precocious (adj) showing unusually early development (gifted)
sadistic (adj) delighting in cruelty
sententious (adj) self-righteous
supplicate (v) to beg earnestly and humbly
surfeit (n) an excess/ overindulgence (v) to feed or supply with anything to excess
tortuous (adj) winding, twisted
turgid (adj) swollen, bloated
Created by: AlanaR