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Amy Tan

TermDefinition
Evoke call up, summon
Keenly sharply.strong
Intersection crossing point
Wrought shaped by beating
Intimacy closeness
Transcribed to change the form of something verbalizing into written form
Belies misrepresents
Converses speaks with
Vivid bright, colorful
Observation to watch or notice
Wince to shrink back from pain
Empirical drawing on experience or observation
Guise outward appearance
Portfolio the investments held by one person
Impeccable perfect
Benign harmless
sympathy expression of compassion
Anxious uneasiness because of fear
Diagnosis the process of identifying a condition by medical examination
Regrettable Unfortunate
Sociologist a person who studies sociology
Linguist a person who studies language
Insular narrow viewpoint
Moderately not extreme
Percentile A method used to determined how one test takers score compares to that of another
Bland without taste
Semantic coming from the different meanings of words
Associative showing a form of relationship
Sociological related to the study of society
Wittily clever expression
Quandary confusion
Nascent beginning to develop
essence the real nature of something
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