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6th-lesson 2 WW

arrogant showing too much pride in oneself
boycott to join others in refusing to support an organization
campaign a series of actions intended to accomplish a goal OR a series of military actions in a particular area
ceremony a formal event held in honor of a special occasion
custody control over and responsibility for care OR in jail
degrade to bring shame or disgrace upon
detain to stop or hold; to keep from going on
extend to reach out OR to offer OR to make longer
integrate to unite into a whole; especially to end the separation of people of different races
segregate to keep separate or apart
supreme the highest in rank or position
triumph a noteworthy success OR the joy that winning brings
vacate to make empty as by leaving
verdict the decision reached at the end of a trial
violate to break, as a law or promise
Created by: rlshinko