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Sadlier-Oxford

Sadlier-Oxford Level F Unit 7 :)

QuestionAnswer
austre severe or stern, without luxury, simple and plain
beneficent acts of kindness, benefits, doing good
cadaverous pale, resembling corpse
concoct prepare by combining ingredients, make up, invent
crass unfeeling, stupid
debase lower in character, to degrade
desecrate treat irreverently, violate
disconcert confuse, disturb
grandoise absurdly exaggerated
inconsequential unimportant
infraction breaking law or obligation
mitigate make milder or softer
pillage rob of goods, act of looting
prate talk a great deal in foolish fashion
punctilious very careful and exact
redoubtable inspiring fear or awe
reprove find fault with, scold
restitution restoring someone or something, making good on a loss or damage
stalwart strong and sturdy, brave, strong person/supporter
vulnerable open to attack, capable of being wounded, ungarded
Created by: svillegurl