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Little Rock Voc.

TermDefinition
Occasion A special or important event
Determined full focus; a will to do something
Furious very angry
Mission a task that must be completed
Segregation Separated (For example: race, gender, religion, etc)
Courageously Bravely
Commemoration The act of remembering and respecting an important person or event in the past.
Reconcilliation Situation in which two people become friendly again after fighting.
Bitter Jealous and upset because you feel you have been unfairly
Raprochement Establishment of a friendly relationship after a period of conflict.
Incredulously Being unable or unwilling to believe something.
Hick Uneducated, a person who lives in the country, regarded as being unintelligent.
Inconsistencies Situations in which two statements are different and both cannot be true.
Coaxed Forced
Remorseful To be sorry
Deceased A dead person
Armory A place to keep military weapons
Precise Exact
Caravan a single line of vehicles traveling together
Intervals Spaces
Imposing Impressive
Saute greet formally
Peered looked carefully or intently with some diffculty
Created by: jwu1