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lesson 10

abject most miserable; wretched
advocate to plead in favor of; to defend OR one who argues for or defends a person, group or idea
atrocity an act of great cruelty and wickedness OR appallingly bad; outrageous
commemorate to serve a memorial to; to remember in a solemn manner
dialect a form of a language spoken in a certain geographical region that has its own grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary
dire having terrible consequences; urgent or desperate
elite a group that enjoys superior status to others OR considered superior to others
enhance to make greater or better
flagrant clearly offensive or bad; intentionally acting against what is right
languish to lose hope, strength or vitality because of neglect or bad conditions
mute to soften or tone down the sound of
raze to level to the gorund; to destroy completely
reprisal a retaliation for an injury
turmoil a state of confusion or agitation; tumult
wreak to bring about or inflict
Created by: rlshinko