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Computer Vocab 7th

VOCAB

TermDefinition
Dedicated wholly committed to something, as to ideal, political cause, or personal goal.
Conceived to form a notion or idea
Liberty freedom from external or foreign rule; independence
Proposition the act of offering or suggesting something to be considered, accepted, adopted, or done
Endure to bear without resistance or with patience
Fitting the act of a person or thing that fits
Hallow to make holy; sanctify
Consecrate to make or declare sacred;
Devotion profound dedication; consecration ORIGIN: Anglo-French, Middle English, Late Latin
Vain excessively proud of or concerned about one’s own appearance, qualities, achievements
Perish to die or be destroyed through violence, privation ORIGIN: Old French, Middle English, Latin
Reconstruction the process by which the states that had seceded reorganized as part of the union after the Civil War.
Grievous causing grief or great sorrow
Adjourn to suspend the meeting
Tyranny arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power;
Victory a success or triumph over an enemy in battle or war
Morale emotional or mental condition or confidence of a person or group
Battle a hostile encounter or engagement between opposing military forces
Survival the act or fact of surviving, especially under adverse or unusual circumstances
Confidence full trust; belief in the powers, trustworthiness, or reliability of a person or thing
Created by: AveryHartman