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Sadlier Oxford C2

antics ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions
avowed declared openly and without shame
banter to exchange playful remarks; tease
bountiful giving freely, generous; plentiful
congested overcrowded; filled or occupied to excess
detriment harm or loss; injury
durable sturdy, not easily worn out or destroyed; consumer goods used repeatedly
enterprising energetic, willing and able to start something new; showing boldness
frugal economical, avoiding waste
gingerly with extreme care or caution
glut to provide more than is needed or wanted
incognito in a disguised state
invalidate to make valueless, take away all force or effect
legendary described in well-known stories
maim to cripple, disable, injure
minimize to make as small as possible
oblque slanting or sloping; not straightforward
veer to change direction or course suddenly
venerate to regard with reverence
wanton reckless; heartless; loose in morals a spoiled, pampered person
Created by: westsb