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AP English


mimic to imitate or copy in action, speech, etc., often playfully or derisively.
contradict to assert the contrary or opposite of; deny directly and categorically
apparent readily seen; exposed to sight; open to view; visible
versatile capable of or adapted for turning easily from one to another of various tasks
prosaic commonplace or dull
panoramic an unobstructed and wide view of an extensive area in all directions
heretical of, pertaining to, or characteristic of heretics or heresy.
constrain to force, compel, or oblige
deleterious 1. injurious to health 2. harmful
regenerative of, pertaining to, or characterized by regeneration, tending to regenerate
lackadaisical without interest, lazy
censure strong or vehement expression of disapproval
excoriate to denounce or berate severely
tacit understood without being openly expressed; implied
laud to praise
Created by: Imari Wright