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Vocab unit 4

annul o reduce to nothing
blase indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures;apathetic
bolster o support, give a boost too.
deplore o feel or express regret or disapproval
frivolous of the little importance, not worthy of serious attention
musters o bring together for service or battle
nonentity a person or thing of no importance
ornate elaborately decorated; showily splendid
out to remove
peruse o read thoroughly and carefully
promontory a high point of extending into water
prone lying face down
qualm a pang of conscience
solicitous showing concern or care
staid serious dignified
sustain to support
addendum a thing that is added
aghast filled with amazement
apparition a ghost or ghostly figure
assert to declare state as truth
epitaph a brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone
ethical having to do with morals
facetious humorous, no ,meant seriously
intrigue crafty dealing
plausible appearing true
plebeian common
prodigal wasteful extravagant
proxmity nearness
pulverize to grind to a powder or dust
volatilize highly changeable
anguish great mental suffering
articulate to pronounce distinctly
bask to be in
finesse delicate skill
flaunt to wear or flutter showily
genial cordial
instill to add gradually
ostracize to exclude from a group
premonition forewarning or foreboding of future events
resolute bold determined
retenive able to hold
Created by: rileyarocho