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lesson 21 vocabulary

lesson 21

aimless without purpose of direction
assailant a person who attacks
barter to trade by exchanging goods or services without using money 2) the act of bartering ; the things that are traded this way
coincide to occur at the same time 2) to agree exactly , to be just alike
drab not bright or lively ; dull and cheerless
elusive hard to capture
frigid extremely cold ; without heat
grotesque very odd , abnormal , strange , or ugly in shape or appearance
impudence rude disrespect; unashamed boldness
mimicry the act of copying or imitating ; intimation
mute unable or unwilling to speak 2) not spoken 3) to muffle or solften the sound of
ominous threatening harm or evil
prejudice an opinion formed before the facts are known or in spite of the facts ; an opinion formed without taking time to judge fairly 2) hatred or suspicion of other races , religion , and so on
rectify to make right ; to correct
veneer a thing layer of high - quality wood or other material used to cover a surface 2) an outward appearance that is attractive but misleading
Created by: s730119