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Section 4 & 5 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
delirious a state of the mind in which one keeps talking wildly; very confused
feeble weak; not strong
lurched to have leaned or rolled suddenly forward
mirage an image caused by the reflection of light in such a way that something seems to be near & often looks like something else
protruding sticking out; projecting; extending
contritely in a state of feeling very sorry for having done something bad
inexplicable that which cannot be explained or understood
adjacent next to
authenticated to have proven that something is genuine or real; shown the truth of
amid in or into the middle of
precarious not safe or sure; uncertain; risky; dangerous
jurisdiction power & authority as a judge, court, or official
pursuant carrying out; following
legitimate allowed by law or custom; lawful or right
incarcerated to have been put in prison
Created by: sccolts4