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4th vocab

abscond to run off and hide
access approach or admittance to places, persons, things, :and increase
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 of complications
fated determined in advance by destiny or fortune
hoodwink to mislead by trick, swindle
inanimate not having life ; without energy or spirit
incinerate to burn to ashes
intrepid very brave, fearless, unshakable
larceny theft
pliant bending readily ; easily influenced
pompous overly self-important in speech and manner ; excessively stately or ceremonious.
precipice a very steep cliff; the brink of edge of disaster
prototype an original model on which later versions are patterned
rectify to make right, correct
reprieve a temporary relief or delay;
revile to attack with words call bad names
Created by: everett.burch