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English Lesson 22

TermDefinition
alienate to take away interest or affection
banish to get rid of
dissension dissagreement
edible fit to eat; safe to eat
implore to ask a lot
lackadaisical showing lack of interest or spirit; lifeless and uninterested
optional left to one's choice; not required or automatic
painstaking requiring or using great effort or care
plumage all of a bird's feathers together
reprimand a sharp scolding or criticism, especially by a person in authority; to scold
scanty small in quantity or amount; not enough or barely enough
sinister suggesting harm, evil, or misfortune; threatening
transaction the act of carrying on business; an individual piece of agreement
unscathed in no way harmed or injured; unhurt
upstanding honest and respectable in character and behavior; honorable
Created by: s732268