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Dr. Collins vocab

Dr. Collins PCAT vocabulary to know

TermDefinition
fulgent shining brightly
nosegay bouquet of flowers
jurisprudence theory of law; a legal system (the American jurisprudence)
moratorium temporary stopping of an activity like an embargo, ban, or prohibition
reprieve like to pardon or spare, or hold off a punishment
contempt the offense of being disrespectful in a court a disregard for something that one -should actually- show care for feeling that something or someone is worthless or below your value for care
lugubrious gloomy, sad
perfunctory done with minimal effort (he gave a perfunctory nod)
extirpate to root out and destroy completely (Gandalf used every magical measure to extirpate evil from this land)
prolific copious, luxuriant, rich producing many fruitful
Created by: casandra.w