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Anthem Vocab

Aubrey Deas

TermDefinition
vocation a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation
trangression an act that goes against a law or rule
grooves a long narrow tunnel or channel
equality uniform character (sameness)
nould a shape frames used to give a definite form to plastic material
pyre a pile of wood or other combustible material
agony extreme and generally prolonged pain
whence from what place or source
lodestone magnetite or other naturally magnetic material
perish suffering death, typically in a violent way
suspicion feeling that something is possible, likely, or true
unmentionable something that is not able o be said
sin an act that violates a specific religious rule
tarried to stay longer than intended
submission action of accepting a superior force; giving in
devised planned or invented by careful thought
scornful derisive; contemptuous
moat a deep, wide trench around a castle or fort, usually filled with water for protection from atatck
fathom to penetrate to the truth of
stole taken without right
unconquered not acquired by force
scholar a student
curiosity the desire to learn about anything
jerked a quick, sharp pull
illustious well known, respected, and admired for past achievements
stricken seriously affected by an undesirable condidtion
uncharted an area of land or sea not yet mapped
smolder to burn slowly with smoke and no flame
corruption dishonest conduct of those in power
wretch a miserable person, one who is in great misfortune
infamy an evil reputation brought by something grossly criminal
decreed an order usually having the force of law
whim a capricious or eccentric turn of the mind
capricrious fanciful or witty
endeavoring to exhort oneself
falsehood a false statement
plunder to rob of goods by force
awe an emotion combining dread veneration and wonder inspired by authority or by the sacred or sublime
threshold the plank, stone, or piece of timber that lies under a door
manuscripts unprinted text
reverence a feeling or attitude of deep respsect
vindicate to clear, as from an accusation or suspicion
undefiled free from stain
fortress a fort or group of forts, often including a city
transition movement, passage or change form one position, state, etc.
impotent lacking power
Created by: aubreynichelle