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vocab

TermDefinition
refute to prove to be false or invalid; to deny the accuracy or truth of
substantiate to support w evidence
imply to hint;to suggest indirectly
indisputable beyond doubt or question;certain
homage publicly expressed honor or respect
laudable worthy of praise of honor
dupe a) take advantage of people by tricking or fooling them b) someone tricked and taken advantage of
critique a detailed review
anathema something or someone that is greatly hated and avoided
fallacy a) a false belief b) faulty & illogical reasoning
eulogy a tribute; spoken or written praise- often given in honor of a person who has died
reproach to criticize or express disapproval
red herring something that draws attention away from main issue
apologist a person who speaks in defense of a of a person, an idea, or position
commend to give approval or praise
infer to draw conclusion from evidence
dissuade to discourage from doing something throughout persuasion
quibble a) to criticize, argue, or raise objections or something unimportant b) an unimportant conplaint
accolade a) a great praise b) an award
adulation adoration;excessive praise or flattery
Created by: lexiii