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vocab level E

chapter 8

TermDefinition
animosity strong dislike, bitter hostility, enmity, loath
apathy a lack of feeling or emotion, disinterest, detachment
apprehensive fearful, anxious, worried, nervous
commend to praise, applaud, approve
compatible able to get along or work well together, harmonious, in agreement
condolence an expression of sympathy, solace
consecrate to make sacred, hallow, devote, sanctify
decrepit old, feeble, worn-out, broken down, rickety
deride to ridicule, mock, scorn
ingenuous innocent, simple, naïve
multifarious having great variety, numerous, diverse, varied, heterogeneous
obsolete out-of-date, no longer in use, outmoded
omnivorous eating every mind of food, voracious, all-devouring
parsimonious stingy, meager, poor, small, frugal, cheap
quandary a state of perplexity, doubt, confusion, dilemma, predicament
recalcitrant stubbornly disobedient, unruly, ornery
reprisal an injury done in return for an injury, retaliation, revenge
revel to take pleasure in
revel a wild celebration
stultify to make useless, cripple, smother, negate
suave smoothly agreeable, urbane, polished
Created by: hannahorth98