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Vocabulary List 4

TermDefinition
Consult to seek advice of information from; ask guidance from
Unsullied not soiled; untarnished
satisfactory fulfilling all demands or requirements
tyrannical unjustly cruel, harsh, or severe
revelation the act of revealing or disclosing
concede to acknowledge as true, just, or proper
decline to withhold or deny consent to
foray a quick, sudden attack or raid
condescend to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superior position, rank,or dignity
compel to force or drive, especially to a course of action
expound to set forth or state in detail
erratic deviating from the usual or proper course in conduct or opinion, queer
contradict to assert the contrary or opposite of
amiable having or showing pleasant, good-nature, personal qualities
withdraw to draw back, away, or aside
unanimous of one mind, in complete agreement
arbitrate determine
inquisitive unduly or inappropriately, curious, prying
ramshakle loosely made or held together
reassure to restore with assurance or confidence
crude in a raw or unprepared state
verge the edge, rim, or margin of something
stark sheer, utter, downright, complete
yonder being in that place or over there
unfathomable not being able to be completely understood
seldom only of a few occasions; rarely
caricature a drawing or description that ludicrously exaggerates a persons or things defects flaws
quell to suppress, put an end to, extinguish
disregard to pay no attention to
shambles a slaughterhouse
fanatical motivated or characterized
gallantly brave, sprinted, noble-minded
absorb to soak up
acquainted having person knowledge as a result of study or experience
vehemently strongly emotional; intense or passionable
simultaneous at the same time
disrespectful lacking courtesy or esteem
accustom to familiarize with custom or use
abide to remain, continue, or stay
Created by: mmcclellan7