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3B-012014 Vocabulary

animated (adj.) full of life, lively, alive. (part.) moved to action
brood (n.) a family of young animals, especially birds; (v.) to think over in a worried unhappy way.
culminate (v.) to reach a high point of development; to end; climax
downright (adv.) thoroughly; (adj.) absolute, complete; frank, blunt
drone (n.) a loafer, idler; a buzzing or humming sound; a remote-control device; a male bee; (v.) to make a buzzing sound; to speak in a dull tone of voice
goad (v.)To drive a person to do something;urge on; (n) something used to drive or urge on
indulge (v.) to give in to a wish or desire, give oneself up to
ingredient (n.) one of the materials in a mixture, recipe, or formula
literate (adj.) able to read and write; showing an excellent educational background; having knowledge or training
loom (v.) to come into view; To appear suddenly and often with a large, dim or strange form (n.) a machine for weaving thread or yarn into cloth
luster (n.) the quality of giving off light, brightness, glitter, brilliance
miscellaneous (adj.) made up of many different things or kinds of things that have no necessary connection with each other
oration (n.) a public speech for a formal occasion
peevish (adj.) cross, complaining, irritable; contrary
seethe (v.) to boil or foam; to be excited or disturbed
singe (v.) to burn slightly; (n.) a burn at the ends or edges
unique (adj.) One of a kind; cannot be replaced; unusual
upright (adj.) vertical, straight; good, honest; (adv.) in a vertical position
verify (v.) truth: To establish as truth, to confirm.
yearn (v.) to strongly desire something. To want badly
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