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english 10 vocab

level E unit 9

allocate to set apart or designate for a special purpose, assign, allot, distribute
ardent very enthusiastic, intense, fervent
assiduous persistent, attentive, diligent, industrious
brash prone to act in a hasty manner, rash, brazen
capricious impulsive, fickle, unpredictable
chastise to inflict physical punishment as means of correction, discipline
copious abundant, plentiful, ample, bountiful
deviate (v) to stray from a norm, veer, swerve (n) one who departs from a norm (adj) drifting from a norm, unconventional
emaciated unnaturally thin, withered
exult to rejoice greatly, revel, glorify
gnarled knotted, twisted
indemnity a payment from damage or loss
inkling a hint, a vague notion, clue
limpid clear, transparent, lucid
omnipotent almighty, having unlimited power or authority
palatable agreeable to the taste or ones sensibilities, edible, appetizing
poignant deeply affecting, touching, heartrending
rancor bitter resentment, animosity, enmity
sophomoric immature, overconfident, conceited, fatuous
spontaneous arising naturally, not planned, unpremeditated, unplanned
Created by: hannahorth98