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Vocabulary 4

TermDefinition
Abscond To run off and hide.
Access Approach or admittance to places, persons, things; and increase; to get at, obtain.
Anarchy A lack of government and law; confusion.
Arduous Hard to do, requiring much effort.
Auspicious Favorable; fortunate.
Daunt To overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage.
Disentangle To free from tangles or complications.
Fated Determined in advance by destiny or fortune.
Hoodwink To mislead by a trick, swindle.
Inanimate Not having life; without energy or spirit.
Incinerate To burn to ashes.
Intrepid Very brave, fearless, unshakable.
Larceny Theft
Pilant Bending readily; easily influenced.
Pompous Overly self-important and manner; excessively stately or ceremonious.
Precipice A very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster.
Prototype An original model on which later versions are patented.
Rectify To make right, correct.
Reprieve A temporary relief or delay; to grant a postponement.
Revile To attack with word, call bad names.
Created by: Babygirlmonahan