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english 1

vocabulary 1 and 2

licentious morally unrestrained(immoral)
numismatist coin collector
paucity a scarcity; a lack
fatalistic believing that all events in life are inevitable and determined by fate
obtrude to force oneself into a situation
pensive dreamily thoughtful
lackadaisical uninterested;listless
alienate to turn away feelings or affections
elated in high spirits ; exultantly proud and joyful
epigram a witty saying expressing a single thought or observation
amalgamate to combine
demented mentally ill; insane
hone to sharpen
beleaguer to besiege by encircling
gorge to eat or to swallow greedily
antiquated no longer used or useful; very old
opiate a narcotic used to cause sleep or bring relief from pain
caricature cartoon
dally to waste time; to dawdle
felonious pertaining to or constituting a major crime
Created by: wiseley36