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Vocabulary Unit 2

Sadlier-Oxford Level D Unit 2

adjourn v. To stop proceedings for a time; to move to another place
alien n. a citizen of another country; adj. foreign, strange
comely adj. having a pleasing appearance
compensate v. to make up for; to repay for services
dissolute adj. loose in one's morals or behavior
erratic adj. not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable
expulsion n. the process of driving or forcing out
feint n. a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; v. to make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of
fodder n. food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose
fortify v. to strengthen, build up
illegible adj. difficult or impossible to read
jeer v. to make fun of rudely or unkindly; n. a rude remark of derision
lucrative adj. bringing in money, profitable
mediocre adj. average, ordinary, undistinguished
proliferate v. to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly
subjugate v. to conquer by force; to bring under complete control
sully v. to soil, stain, tarnish, defile, besmirch
tantalize v. to tease, torment by teasing
terse adj. brief and to the point
unflinching adj. form, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back
Created by: jenniferilynn