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lesson 20

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alienate to cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once existed; to cause to feel alone-cut off from
fervent having or showing great warmth or deep feeling
forbearance showing self control or patience
gullible easily tricked or cheated; too trusting
hindrance any person or thing that is an obstacle
inflammatory causing anger or trouble
ordain to order or prearrange OR to install as a minister, priest, or rabbi often in a special ceremony
ovation an enthusiastic reception; long and loud applause
overt not hidden; public
recant to take back an opinion or statement; to confess to being wrong
rejoinder a reply to what has been said
reproach to find fault with; to blame
servile like a slave; excessively humble
surpass to exceed or go beyond
villify to make a vicious remarks about someone in a way that damages that person's character; to slander
Created by: rlshinko