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Vocab 3-4

vocab 3-4

QuestionAnswer
avarice greed; desire for wealth
furtive stealthly; secretive
bacchanalian wild and drunken
extradite to turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction of another government or authority
copious numerous; large in quantity
irascible easily angered
mercenary a professional soldier hired for foreign army
bastion a strong defense or fort (or one likened to it)
jettison to cast overboard; to discard
ostracize to banish; to shut out from a group or society
bigot one who is intolerant of differences in others
expunge to erase or eliminate
candid outspoken; blunt
argot special words or phrases used by a specific group of people.
negligence careless neglect, often resulting in injury
appease to calm; to make satisfied (often only temporary)
strident harsh sounding; grating
chaos complete disorder
augment to enlarge; to increase in amount or intensity
jingoism extreme; chauvinistic patriotism, often favoringaggressive, warlike foreign policy
Created by: chrisisawesome