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Sadlier F 5

TermDefinition
amnesty a general pardon for an offense against a govt, forgiveness
autonomy self-govt, political control
axiomatic self-evident, universally accepted principle
blazon to adorn or embellish, to proclaim widely
equitable fair, just
extricate to free from entanglements or difficulties
filch to steal in petty amounts
flout to mock, treat with contempt
fractious tending to be troublesome, quarrelsome, unpredictable
precept a rule of conduct or action
salutary beneficial, helpful, wholesome
scathing bitterly severe, withering, causing great harm
scourge to whip, punish severely
sepulchral funereal, typical of the tomb
soporific tending to cause sleep (Romeo & Juliet)
straitlaced extremely strict in regards to moral standards
transient lasting only a short time, fleeting
unwieldy not easily carried, handled (mini fridge)
vapid dull, uninteresting
Created by: WilliRiley