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Unit 5

Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level D Unit 5

accomplice n. a person who takes part in a crime
annihilate v. to destroy completely
arbitrary adj. unreasonable; based on one's whims without regard for reason or fairness
brazen adj. shameless, bold; made of brass
catalyst n. a substance that causes or speeds a chemical reaction
exodus n. a large-scale departure or flight
facilitate v. to make easier; to assist
incorrigible adj. not able to be corrected; beyond control
latent adj. hidden, present but not realized
militant adj. given to fighting, active in support of a cause; n. an activist
morose adj. having a gloomy manner; not friendly or sociable
opaque adj. not letting light through; dense, stupid
paramount adj. chief in importance, above all others
prattle v. to talk in a foolish or simple way; to babble; n. baby talk
rebut v. to offer arguments or evidence that contradicts; to refute
reprimand v. to scold; find fault with; n. a rebuke
servitude n. slavery, forced labor
slapdash adj. careless and hasty
stagnant adj. not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive, dull
succumb v. to give way to superior force, yield
Created by: camo