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GH Ch. 1-10 review

GH Ch. 1-10 review for vocabulary

Discouragement A feeling of having lost hope or confidence
Demonstration An act of showing someone how something is used or done
Tenements Urban housing marked by poverty and unsanitary conditions
Horrid Very shocking or upset, very unpleasant
injustice Someone's rights being violated is an example of
Refuge Shelter or protection from danger or trouble
Encountered To come across or meet someone such as an opponent
Handicapped A circumstance that makes progress difficult
Capping To make fun of someone
ROTC A military regulated high school and college program that trains students in leadership roles.
Humiliated To make someone feel a loss of pride, dignity, or self-esteem; embarrassment.
Wisdom Understanding what is true or right.
enable To supply with the means, knowledge, or opportunity; make able
Bolstered To support or strengthen.
Psychiatrist a medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness.
heartfelt of a feeling of sincerity; deeply and strongly felt.
Persisted To continue or keep going in spite of difficulty.
Inseperable seemingly always together
Hand-Eye Coordination When the vision system coordinates information received through the eyes to control the hands.
Strategy A plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major goal or overall aim.
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