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Vocab 4-6A Level D

Sadlier-Oxford Level D; Only through 6A, no 6B

abscond to run off and hide
access to get at, admittance to places
anarchy a lack of government or law
arduous hard to do, requiring much effort
auspicious favorable; fortunate
daunt to overcome with fear, intimidate
disentangle to free from tangles or complications
fated determined in advance by destiny or fate
hoodwink to mislead by a trick
inanimate not having life
incinerate to burn to ashes
intrepid very brave, fearless
larceny theft
pliant bending readily; easily influenced
pompous overly self-important
precipice a very steep cliff; the edge of disaster
prototype an original model
rectify to make right, correct
reprieve a temporary relief or delay
revile to attack with words, call bad names
accomplice a person who takes part in a crime
annihilate to destroy completely
arbitrary unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims
brazen shameless; made of brass
catalyst a substance that causes or hastens a chemical reaction
exodus a large scale departure
facilitate to make easier; to assist
incorrigible not able to be corrected
latent hidden, present but not realized
militant given to fighting; an activist
morose having a gloomy or sullen manner
opaque not letting light through; dense, stupid
paramount chief in importance, above all others
prattle to talk in an aimless or simple way
rebut to offer arguments or evidence that contradict an assertion
reprimand to scold
servitude slavery, forced labor
slapdash careless and hasty
stagnant not running or flowing; inactive
succumb to give way to a superior force, yield
credible believable
diligent hardworking, not lazy
doleful sad; dreary
ghastly frightful, horrible; deathly pale
impoverished poor, in a state of poverty
incessant never stopping; going on all the time
intricate complicated, difficult to understand
lucid easy to understand, clear; rational
superfluous exceeding what is sufficient or required, excess
tenacious holding fast; persistent
Created by: leahwilcox400