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Vocab 12

Vocab 12 words and defs.

Bristle (n.) a stiff,short hair or fiber(v.) to have hair standing on end; to show anger.
Circular (n.)a letter or advertisement that is distributed to a large number of people. (adj.) forming, moving, or being like a circle, round; indirect
Coarse (adj.) low, common, or of poor quality; made of comparatively large parts; rough to the touch; using bad manners or rude language
Discard (v.) to get rid of or throw away (n.) something cast off or thrown away
Extreme (adj.) to the highest or greatest degree; exaggerated; farthest possible (n.) the highest, farthest, or greatest
Focus (n.) sharpness or clarity; the center of activity or interest (v.) to correct for sharpness and clarity; to concentrate
Grasp (v.) to take hold with the arms and hands; to take eagerly; to understand (n.) the reach of arms or hands; the power to reach or hold onto; understanding
Inpsire (v.) to guide, excite, uplift, or encourage; to bring about or cause
Magnify (v.) to increase in importance, exaggerate; to make bigger
Marine (adj.) related to or of the sea, sailing, or shipping; related to the seagoing branch of the armed forces (n.) a soldier who serves on a ship, a member of the U.S. Marine Corps
Quake (v.) to shake or move back and forth; to tremble (n.) a shaking back and forth or trembling; an earthquake
Troublesome (adj.) difficult; causing annoyance, bother, or worry
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