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Sadlier Oxford B 10

Unit 10

bellow to make a sound similar to that of a roar; a loud angry roar
beneficiary one who benefits from something; a person who is left money or other property in a will or the like
botch make a mess of; a hopelessly bungled job
clutter to fill or cover in a disorderly way; a state of disorder
dilapidated falling apart or ruined
dismantle to take apart
farce a play with ridiculous or absurd happenings; a ridiculous sham
futile failing to have any result; useless
grueling very tiring
hospitable offering friendly or generous treatment to guests
lair the home or den of a wild animal
lavish extravagant; to spend or give freely or without limit
morbid in an unhealthy mental state; related to disease
nororious widely known because of bad conduct
pamper to allow too many privileges
parasite an organism that lives in or on another organism
shirk neglect a duty
surplus an amount beyond what is required; more than what is needed
timidity the state of being easily frightened
veto the power to forbid or prevent; to prohibit
Created by: westsb