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B to T voc

bridge vocab

scorned or hated despised
fussy about one's appearance or behavior primly
pretending to have qualities or virtues that one does not really have hypocritical
a wild uproar pandemonium
a commonly spoken phrase proverbial
easily seen or attracting attention conspicuous
causing disgust repulsive
having too high an opinion of oneself conceited
suddenly abruptly
the state or feeling of being in high spirits exhilaration
showing evil or misfortune to come ominously
fortress stronghold
join into one whole consolidated
hang loosely, droop; move in a lazy manner lolling
thoughts or guesses about something speculation
amount more than in required or necessary surplus
to cause to become speechless dumbfounded
to force to leave one's country or home exile
showing doubt or unwillingness reluctant
satisfied feeling of oneself complacent
to earn the gratitude of someone obliged
plot, to agree to do an unlawful act conspiring
feel sorrow for a sin and make up one's mind to do what is right repent
having no worth, not being used idly
plunge into a liquid; to put out extinguish doused
not lessening in harshness or sternness relentlessly
confusion or disorder chaos
Created by: craigk