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Week 7-16

Fathom To comprehend (understand) in depth.
Impotent Powerless
Imperative Necessary
Placidly Calmly; Peacefully.
Waver To be uncertain; To fluctuate; To swing back and forth.
Inevitable Unavoidable; Bound to happen.
Squander To waste.
Diligent Hard-working.
Audacious Bold; Daring.
Animosity A feeling of resentment that could lead to violence; Hostility.
Provoke 1. To make angry; To annoy. 2. To arouse to action or feeling.
Indignant Angry about something that is unfair, mean, or bad.
Vehemently Intensely; Strongly or violently.
Confront To come face to face with; To oppose.
Warily On guard; Alert to or looking out for danger.
Destined To be determined or established ahead of time.
Compliant Submissive; Yielding.
Obstinate Stubborn; Clinging, usually unreasonably, to an opinion, purpose, or course.
Compel To force.
Deliberate (de LIB er rayt)to consider; to reflect upon. (de LIB er uht) decided upon as a result of careful thought.
Solemn Serious and thoughtful; formal or stately.
Tyrant A cruel or brutal ruler; any oppressor.
Adept Skilled; Expert.
Enthrall To charm or captivate; to hold spellbound.
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