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Unit 3

Sadlier-Oxford Level C Unit 3

TermDefinition
allot to assign or distribute in shares
amass to bring together, collect, especially for oneself
audacious bold, adventurous
comply to yield to a request or command
devoid not having or using, lacking
elite the choice part of a group, superior
grapple to come to grips with, wrestle or fight with
incapacitate to deprive of strength or ability
instigate to urge on, stir up, provoke
longevity long life, long duration, length of life
myriad in very great numbers
perspective a point of view from which different things are viewed
perturb to trouble, to upset, to confuse
prodigious immense, extraordinary in size or bulk
relevant related to the matter at hand
skittish extremely nervous and easily frightened
tether (n)a rope or chain used to fasten something to a fixed object (v)to fasten with a rope or chain
unison a sounding together; agreement or accord
vie to compete; to strive for victory
willful done on purpose, deliberate; stubbornly self-willed
Created by: Mr. Little