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vocab

TermDefinition
Arrogant Showing too much pride in oneself.
Boycott To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
Campaign A series of actions intended to accomplish a goal. A series of military actions in a particular area.
Ceremony A formal event held in honor if a special occasion.
Custody Control over and responsibility for care. In the keeping of the police; in jail.
Degrade To bring shame or disgrace upon.
Detain To stop or hold; to keep from going on.
Extend To reach out. To offer. To make longer. To stretch or lie.
Integrate To unite into whole; especially to end the separation of races.
Segregate To keep separate or apart.
Supreme The highest in rank or position. Of the greatest importance.
Triumph A noteworthy success. The joy winning bring. To win.
Vacate To make empty, as by leaving.
Verdict The decision reached at the end of a trial. A judgment or opinion.
Violate To break as a law or a promise. To treat in an improper or disrespectful way. A breaking of or failing to keep something like a law or a promise.
Created by: rivershock