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AP Lang Week 3

Abominate To have intense dislike or hatred for
Acculturation Modification of social patterns, traits, or structures of society by contact
Adventitious Result from chance rather than an inherent cause; not essential, not congenital, ACCIDENTAL
Ascribe To assign or refer to
Circuitous Not direct
Commiserate To have pity or sorrow for
Enjoin To direct or order
Expedite To make easy
Expiate To make up for
Ferment State of great excitement; Produce alcohol
Inadvertent Marked by lack of attention
Nominal Existing in name only, not real
Noncommittal Not definite
Peculate To steal something that has been given into one's trust
Proclivity A natural or habitual inclination of behavior
Sangfroid Composure or coolness
Seditious The purpose to overthrow government
Tenuous Thin, slender, not dense
Vitrilic Sarcastic, bitter
Weedle Coaxing or flattery to gain desired end
Created by: RoseBarnes