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Vocab 4


abolish to do away completely with something; put an end to
appeal a sincere or strong request for something that is needed;(n) a quality or ability that attracts or interests people; a request to a higher court for review of a legal decision.
brittle easily broken, snapped or cracked; not flexible.
condemn to criticize a person or action as wrong, guilty or evil; to judge as guilty and to punish.
descend to move to a lower place from a higher one; to come or be handed down from the past.
dictator a ruler or leader who has total power.
expand to open up, make or grow larger; to develop.
famine a severe shortage or food over a large area.
portable easily moved or carried
prey an animal hunted as food by another; someone or something that is helpless against attack
thrifty careful about spending money; tending to save money; managing money well.
visual having to do with sight or seeing
Created by: AnnaDevine