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Vocabulary Unit 4

Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level D Unit 4

abscond v. to run off and hide
access n. approach or admittance to places; v. to get at, obtain
anarchy n. a lack of government and law; confusion
arduous adj. hard to do, requiring much effort
auspicious adj. favorable; fortunate
biased adj. favoring one side; prejudiced
daunt v. to overcome with fear, intimidate; discourage
disentangle v. to free from tangles or complications
fated adj. determined in advance by destiny or fortune
hoodwink v. to mislead by a trick, deceive
inanimate adj. not having life; without energy or spirit
incinerate v. to burn to ashes
intrepid adj. very brave, fearless, unshakable
larceny n. theft
pliant adj. bending readily, easily influenced
pompous adj. overly self-important in speech and manner
percipice n. very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster
rectify v. to make right, correct
reprieve n. a temporary relief or delay; v. to grant postponement
revile v. to attack with words, call bad names
Created by: camo