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TermDefinition
term One of the quantities connected by addition or subtraction signs in an equation or expression.
nettle to irritate, annoy, or provoke
raze to tear down; demolish; level to the ground: to raze a row of old buildings.
havoc great destruction or devastation; ruinous damage
exponent a person or thing that expounds, explains, or interprets
supine lying on the back, face or front upward
vociferate to speak or cry out loudly or noisily; shout; bawl
sluggard a person who is habitually inactive or lazy
congruent agreeing; corresponding in character or kind. Suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc
reprimand a severe reproof or rebuke, especially a formal one by a person in authority
zeitgeist the spirit of the time; general trend of thought or feeling characteristic of a particular period of time
witticism a clever, witty remark or sentence
dilation the act of making wider or larger; state of causing to expand
Voracious craving or consuming large quantities of food
regimen a regulated course, as of diet, exercise, or manner of living, intended to preserve or restore health or to attain some result.
vivify to give life to; animate; quicken
concave A shape is concave if part of it is pushed inwards, or "caved in
underling a subordinate, especially one of slight importance
Created by: CAHS SCIENCE 09