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Vocab Workshop H2

Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2

aegis (n) protection, patronage, sponsorship
apprise (v) To inform of
bibulous (adj) fond of or inclined to drink
claque (n) a group hired to applaud a performer
deracinate (v) to uproot
eleemosynary (adj) charitable, dependent upon charity
indigenous (adj) originating in the region where found
lachrymose (adj) given to tears or weaping
lexicon (n) a dictionary of a language
melee (n) a confused struggle
microcosm (n) a miniature world
minuscule (adj) tiny (n) a lowercase letter
obfuscate (v) to darken or obscure
paternalism (n) the policy of treating people in a fatherly way
polarize (v) to cause to concentrate around 2 contrasting positions
purview (n) the range of something
sanguine (adj) having a ruddy complexion
solecism (n) a substandard or ungrammatical usage
vassal (n) 1 person under the feudal lord they pledge to (adj) subservient
verisimilitude (n) the quality of appearing to be true
Created by: Bomoono