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Vocabulary Workshop

Vocabulary Words

Accrue Collect, Accumulate
Annotation Note or comment.
Bedlam Commotion, Pandemonium, chaos
Covert Undercover, Hidden, Disguised
Debonair Pleasant, Carefree, Gracious
Dun (V) To Demand (N) Creditor (ADJ) Dark
Efficacious Effective, producing results
Equanimity Calmness,tranquility
Fortuitous Accidental,unintentional
Gist the essential part, main point
Gratuitous Freely given, voluntary
Imperious overbearing, seeking to dominate
Invective (N) strong condemnation, abusive language (ADJ) abusive
Motley great variety, divers jesters costume
Munificent Extremely generous
Procrastinate to delay
Provocative stimulating, arousing
Recondite Exceeding ordinary knowledge and understanding
Reprobate (N) vicious person (ADJ) corrupt (V) to condemn
Sedentary Remaining in one place
Created by: MollieR