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Lyddie Vocab

Final exam for Lang. Arts

QuestionAnswer
Countenance to give or express approval to ; condone.
Subsidize to assist or support.
Oppressive difficult to bear.
Pittance a very small amount.
Transfixed having attention fixed as though by a spell.
Disdain to look up with scorn.
Impeccable having no flaws; perfect.
Clamor a loud outcry.
Spinster one who seems unlikley to marry.
Pompous showy, ostentatious.
Doffer a worker who replaces full bobbin by empty ones on the the throstle or ring frames.
Vertitable actul, genuine, true.
Consort to keep company; associate.
Turpitude a corrupt or depraved or degenerate act or promise.
Begrudge to give, do or allow reluctantly.
Cravat a scarf or band of fabric worn around the neck as a tie.
Apothecary drug store or pharmacy.
Racous dissagreeably harsh.
Teeming to be presented in large quanity.
Shuttle an instrument used in weaving to cary the thread back and forth from side to side through the threads that run lenghtwise.
Mired heavy often deep in mud.
Luxuriant charachterized by abundant growth.
Dexterity skill or grace in physical movement.
Solicitous full of concern.
Skinflint one who is very reluctant to spend money; a miser.
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