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12B-032414 Vocabulary

abound (v.) to be plentiful, be filled
braggart (n.) a boaster; (adj.) boastful in a loud, annoying way
cache (n.) A place for hiding, storing, or preserving treasure or supplies
clarification (n.) the act of making clear or understandable, an explanation
despondent (adj.) sad, without hope, discouraged
embezzle (v.) to steal property entrusted to one's care
heartrending (adj.) causing mental pain or grief
leisurely (adj.) unhurried, taking plenty of time; (adv.) in an easygoing or unhurried way
lethargic (adj.) unnaturally sleepy; dull, slow moving; indifferent
malady (n.) a sickness, illness, disease, disorder
mellow (adj. ) ripe, well matured; soft, sweet, and rich; gentle, pleasant. (v.) To become gentle or sweet.
nomadic (adj.) wandering, moving about from place to place
piecemeal (adj.) one piece at a time; (adv.) gradually
quest (n.) a search, hunt; (v.) to search, seek, ask
random (adj. ) by chance, not planned or prearranged
rant (v.) to speak wildly and noisily; (n.) loud, violent talk
reinforce (v.) to make stronger with new materials or support
seclusion (n.) isolation from others, solitude
status (n.) a person's condition or position in the eyes of the law; relative ran or standing, especially in society; prestige.
turmoil (n.) A state of confusion or disorder; mental strain or agitation
Created by: crawfka
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