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Unit 6 Vocab

Unit 6 Vocab, 9th grade English

destitute wanting, devoid, penniless deprived
stately dignified; majestic
solace to comfort or console
ironic suggesting an incongruity between what might be expected and what actually happens syn: incongruous, satiric
comprise to include or contain syn: compose, constitute
venal open to; marked by bribery or corruption syn: dishonest, bribable
accede to yield to; to assume an office or dignity syn: consent, concur
*inopportune coming at a bad time syn: ill-timed, inconvenient
premeditated considered beforehand; deliberately planned syn: preplanned, rehearsed
musty stale, moldy
supple bending easily; readily adaptable; servile
*pinnacle high peak or point syn: apex, acme
suppress to stop by force; put down syn: subdue, crush
*officious meddling syn: meddlesome, prying
rampant growing without check; running wild syn: widespread, unrestrained
ominous unfavorable, threatening, of bad omen syn: unpropitious, inauspicious
deft skillful; nimble syn: dextrous, adroit
explicit definite; clearly stated syn: distinct, forthright
brandish to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion syn: swing, shake
*extirpate to tear up by the roots; to destroy totally syn: uproot, eradicate
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