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"2BR02B" Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Daub To coat or smear (a surface) with a thick or sticky substance in a carelessly rough or liberal way. (Verb)
Demure (Of a woman or her behavior) reserved, modest, and shy. (Adjective)
Demoralized Having lost confidence or hope; disheartened. (Adjective)
Frowzy Having a messy or dirty appearance. (Adjective)
Imortilize To cause (someone or something) to be remembered forever. (Verb)
Loam A fertile soil of clay and sand. (Noun)
Luminous producing or seeming to produce light. (Adjective)
Rumpled A fold or wrinkle (Noun)
Stripling Young person (Noun)
Sardonic Grimly mocking or cynical. (Adjective)
Scorn The feeling or belief that someone or something is worthless or despicable; contempt. (Noun)
Tribulation A cause of great trouble or suffering. (Noun)
Repressed Restrained, inhibited, or oppressed (Adjective)
Monetarily Of or pertaining to money. (Adjective)
Intrigue To arouse curiosity or interest. (Verb)
Created by: 22Gavini