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Vocab: "The Bet"

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Caprice (Noun) A sudden and unmotivated action ("on a whim")
Compulsory (Adjective) Mandatory or required to do something
Earnest (Adjective) An intention or sincere state of mind
Emaciated (Adjective) Very thin or washed away in a way
Cleaving (Verb) The act of splitting something into pieces
Frivolous (Adjective) Not serious in attitude or behavior or even content
Implore (Verb) To beg
Procure (Verb) To obtain through special effort or to bring about
Renounce (Verb) To quit a job, post, or position voluntarily
Stake (Verb) To place a bet on (Like a wager)
Zealous (Adjective) Very eager or devoted
Pampered (Verb) Treated with great and extreme care and attention
Indiscriminately (Adverb) At random
Ethereal (Adjective) Very delicate or refined to be heavenly (in beauty) /angelic appearance
Trifle (Noun) An insignificant detail
Created by: 21Campbell