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zhernandez-Night voc

night vocab

TermDefinition
edict an authoritative proclamation or command
expound to make a detailed statment
pestilential harmful; annoyingly troublesome
pillage to rob with open violence
premonition feeling of anticipation over a future event
bestial without reason; brutal; inhuman
reprieve a respite from impending punishment, as from execution of a sentence of death
crucible a container of metal used for heating substances
emaciated to be starved or thin
incite to stir; encourage; or urge on
embark to put or receive on board a ship
encumbrance dependent person; kid
vigilant awake and alert
revelation the act of revealing or disclosing
expulsion state of being expelled
pious showing appropriate respect
haggard wild-looking
bewildered puzzled or confused
hooligan hoodlum
cynical bitterly or sneeringly distrustful
nocturnal occurring in the night
livid dull; discolored
semblance outward aspect or appearance
robust strong and healthy
apathy absence or suppression of passion, emotion, or excitement
compulsory required; mandatory; obligatory
Created by: zhernandez