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Chapter 2 Trad

Chapter 2 traditional vocab

TermDefinition
Blithe Without Regards or thoughts;joyous,glad,cheerful.
Vestment Garment (outer). Clergymen wear it,robes.
Tarry Remain/stay in the same place. To wait.
Evangelism Preaching of the gospel.
Compatriot Native/inhabitant of ones own country.
Excommunicate To cut off from communication.
Despot King or ruler with absolute and unlimited power.
Harry To annoy, or devastate.
Pacifism the belief that any violence, including war, is unjustifiable under any circumstances, and that all disputes should be settled by peaceful means.
Bolster Anything that resembles in support.
Disparage To treat or speak of slightly; Belittle
Redeem To recover/for fill/makeup.
provincial Belonging or peculiar to some particular province.
Utopian modeled on or aiming for a state in which everything is perfect; idealistic.
Pummel To beat or thrash with or as if with fists.
Homogeneous Compared parts or elements that are all the same kind.
Strident making or having a harsh sound.
Middling Medium, moderate, average in size, quantity, or quality.
Pragmatic Pertaining or practical point of view or practical consideration.
Created by: Stephyangg98