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Darlington Vocab U.3

Abridge (v) to makes shorter
Adherent (n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
Altercation (n) an angry argument
Cherubic (adj) resembling an angle portrayed as a little child with a beautiful, round, or chubby face; sweet and incorrect
Condone (v) to ponder or overlook
Dissent (v) to disagree; (n) disagreement
Eminent (adj) famous, outstanding, distinguished; projecting
Exorcise (v) to drive out by magic; to dispose of something troublesome, menacing, or oppressive
Fabricate (v) to make, manufacture, to make up, invent
Gluttony (n) engaging in extreme eating or drinking; greedy overindulgence
Irate (adj) angry
Marauder (n) a raider, plunderer
Pauper (n) an extremely poor person
Pilfer (v) to steal in small quantities
Rift (n) a split break, breach
Semblance (n) a likeness; an outward appearance;an apparition
Surmount (v) to overcome, rise above
Terminate (v) To bring to an end
Trite (adj) commonplace; overused, stale
Usurp (v) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
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