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Stadlier Oxford E

WCHS Unit 13 E

antipathy (n) a strong dislike, hostile feeling
applicable (adj) capable of being applied; relevant, suitable
asset (n) something of value; a resource; an advantage
beset (v) to attack from all sides; to surround, hem in; (adj., part.) harassed, troubled; studded (as with jewels)
compassion (n) sympathy for another's suffering, pity
decorum (n) proper behavior, good taste; orderliness
duress (n) compulsion by threat; forcible confinement
exuberant (adj) high-spirited, enthusiastic, unrestrained; excessive, abundant
facsimile (n) an exact copy
imbibe (v) to drink; to take in, absorb
implacable (adj) not to be satisfied or pacified; unyielding
infinitesimal (adj) so small as to be almost immeasurable; minute
innocusous (adj) harmless, inoffensive; insignificate
militate (v) to have effect or force on or against someone or something, fight against
patent (n) exclusive rights over an invention; copyright; (v) to arrange or obtain such rights; (adj) plain, open to view; copyrighted
prowess (n) distinguished bravery; superior skill or abliity
sedate (adj) quiet, settled, sober; (v) to admimister a tranquilizer
stentorian (adj) extremely loud
stipulate (v) to arrange specifically; to require as a condition of agreement
ultimatum (n) a final proposal or statement of conditions
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