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Sadlier Oxford C 8

TermDefinition
abut to join at one end or be next to
attire (n) clothes; (v) to dress
avail to be of use to; to profit
crony a very close friend
cryptic puzzling
divergent going in different directions
enmity hatred
fervent very earnest
gaunt thin and bony
infiltrate to pass through
nullify to make of no value; cancel
perceptible capable of being grasped by the senses or mind
plummet (v) to plunge straight down; (n) a weight fastened to a line
proclaim to declare publicly or officially
proxy an substitute; written permission allowing one to act in another's place
rankle to cause anger
scavenger (n) a person who collects or removes usable items from waste; an animal that feeds on refuse or dead bodies
stint (v) to limit (n) a period of activity
stoical self-controlled
unflagging tireless
Created by: westsb