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Stevenson Unit 3

Oxford-Sadlier Vocabulary

barrage blast, bombardment, a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
bigot racist, intolerant, prejudiced, a biased person
designate to nominate, choose, point out, or select
diversity difference, variety
enigma puzzle, mystery, riddle; someone or something that is extremely puzzling
gloat relish, revel in, to take great personal joy in
global worldwide, universal, widespread
illusion fantasy, deception, a false idea
infuriate provoke, madden, to make very angry, enrage
motivate encourage, prompt, to push on to some goal or course of action
pacifist peacemaker, dove, one who is against war or the use of violence
queue row, column, line
restrict hold back, limit, to keep within set limits, to confine
sage a very wise person, philosopher, wise
slake quench, gratify, ease, satisfy, relieve
terrain territory, ground, the landscape
vocation any trade, career, pursuit, profession, occupation
vow word of honor, pledge, to declare or promise in a solemn way
waylay entrap, ensnare, to lie in wait for and attack, ambush
wither shrivel, droop, shame, to dry up, wilt, sag, to cause someone to feel humiliated, or very small