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FESTA vocab review

Review Vocabulary words for English final grade 6

counselor person who gives advice; an advisor
identity who or what you are
surplus amount over and above what is needed; extra amount
physical of or for the body
technology the use of scientific knowledge to control physical objects and forces
promoted raised in rank, condition, or importance
progress an advance or growth, development, or improvement
revolting disgusting, repulsive
relish a side dish to add flavor to food
disgraced to have caused a loss of honor or respect
unison together; as one
retreat the act of withdrawing
presence the condition of being present in a place
decline process of losing power, strength, beauty, health, etc.; growing worse
unaccompanied alone
former earlier, past
accustomed usual, customary, used to
captive held in confinement
companionship friendly feeling among companions; fellowship
sanctuaries places of refuge or protection
primitive very simple
stimulating lively; engaging
existence condition of being
ordeal a severe test or experience
Created by: posnick