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Vocab

TermDefinition
Ameliorate Verb, To improve, make better
Aplomb Noun, Poise, assurance, great self-confidence
Bombastic Adj, overblown language
Callow Adj, Without experience, immature
Drivel Noun, Saliva slowing from nose or mouth, foolish
Epitome Noun, A summary, instance that represents a longer reality
Exhort Verb, To urge strongly, advise
Ex Officio Adj, Holding a certain office
Infringe Verb, To violate, trespass
Ingratiate Verb, To make oneself agreeable and thus gain favor by others
Interloper Noun, One who moves in where not wanted
Intrinsic Adj, Belonging to someone or something by its very nature; originating in a bodily organ
Inveigh Verb, To make a violent attack in words, express strong dissaproval
Lassitude Noun, weariness of body or mind lack of energy
Millennium Noun, One thousand years, a period of great joy
Occult Adj, Mysterious, magical
Permeate Verb, To spread or soak through
Precipitate Verb, To fall as moisture; hurl down from great height
Stringent Adj, Strict, severe; rigorously or urgently binding or compelling
Surmise Verb, To think or believe without certain proof
Created by: abbyjk