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unit 7


severe or stern manner without adornment or luxury austere
performing acts of kindness or charity conferring benefits doing good beneficent
pale gaunt resembling corpse cadaverous
to prepare by combining ingredients make up (as a dish) invent concoct
coarse unfeeling stupid crass
lower in character quality or value degrade cause deterioration debase
to commit sacrilege upon treat irreverently to contaminate pollute desecrate
to confuse disturb composure of disconcert
grand in an impressed or stately way marked by pompous affection or grandeur absurdly exaggerated grandiose
trifling unimportant inconsequential
breaking of law or obligation infraction
to make milder or softer to moderate in force or intensity mitigate
to rob of goods by open force(war) plunder in the act of looting booty pillage
to talk a great deal in foolish or aimless fashion prate
very careful and exact attentive to fine points of etiquette or propriety punctilious
inspiring fear or awe illustrious eminent redoubtable
to find fault with scold rebuke opposite of praise reprove
the act of restoring something to the rightful owner or to a former state or position making good on a loss or damage restitution
strong sturdy brave resolute strong supporter stalwart
open to attack capable of being wounded or damaged unprotected vulnerable
Created by: umbrage