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Vocab Unit 7


amend v to change in a formal way or to change for the better
buffet v to slap or cuff, to strike repeatedly, to drive or force with blows, or to force one's way with difficulty
buffet n a slap or blow
chaos n great confusion or disorder
commodious adj roomy or spacious
corrosive adj eating away gradually, acidlike, or bitterly sarcastic
discern v to see clearly or recognize
extant adj still existing, not exterminated, destroyed, or lost
implicate v to involve in or to connect with or be related to
inter v to bury, commit to the earth or to consign to oblivion
martinet n a strict disciplinarian or a stickler for the rules
obviate v to anticipate and prevent, to remove or dispose of
renegade n one who leaves a group, a deserter, or an outlaw
renegade adj traitorous, unconventional, or unorthodox
reprehensible adj deserving blame or punishment
somber adj dark, gloomy, depressed or melancholy in spirit
squalid adj filthy, wretched, debased
turbulent adj disorderly, riotous, violent, stormy
vociferous adj loud and noisy or compelling attention
voluminous adj of great size, numerous, or writing or speaking at great length
waive v to do without, give up voluntarily, to put off temporarily, or defer