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English unit five

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TermDefinition
aghast filled with amazement, disgust or fear
ample more than enough, large
apparition a ghostly figure
assert put forward forcefully
cower to crouch or shrink back in fear
disdain to look upon with scorn
epitaph a statement written on a tomb stone
ethicle rights and wrongs
facetious sarcastic
inaudible not able to be heard
indiscriminate without restraint or control
intrigue to puzzle or excite the curiosity
jurisdiction an area of authority or control
plausible appearing true, reasonable or fair
plebeian common, belonging to the lower class
prodigal lavishly or generously abundant
proximity nearness, closeness
pulverize to grind or pound into a powder or dust
sequel a follow up
volatile violent or explosive
Created by: jcroke3