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ENGLISH vocabulary 8

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TermDefinition
Animosity Strong dislike; bitter hostility; hatred
Apathy Lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
Apprehensive Fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Commend To praise or express approval
Compatible Able to get along or work well together
Condolence Expression of sympathy
Consecrate To make sacred or to set apart for special purpose
Decrepit Old, worn out, or ruined
Deride To ridicule or too laugh at
Ingenuous Innocent or sincere
Multifarious Having a great variety: numerous and diverse
Obsolete Out of date; no longer in use
Omnivorous Eating every kind of food; eagerly taking on a variety of everything
Parsimonious Stingy
Quandary State of confusing or doubt
Recalcitrant Stubbornly disobedient; resisting authority
Reprisal An injury done in return for injury
Revel Verb: wild celebration noun: to take great pleasure in something
Stunt To make ineffective or useless: to cripple
Suave Smoothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses
Created by: katieoliva