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Giver Vocab CH 7-9

Chaos (noun): State of complete confusion and disorder
Compel (verb): to drive, urge or motivate with force; to oblige
Infringe (verb): Trespass or encroach upon the rights of others.
Ironic (Adjective): Characterized by irony ; happening in the opposite way to course.
Navigational (Adjective): relating to the act or practice of plotting a vehicle's course.
Pervade (verb): to spread throughout; to be present in every part of something.
Quizzical (adjective): relating to a questioning, uncertain or puzzled way.
Relinquish (verb): to give up or turn over possession/ control; to surrender.
Remorse (noun): Painful, deep feeling of guilt for wrongdoing.
Scrupulous (adjective): having or showing a strict regard for what is right.
tentatively (adverb): Not final. Done as a trial or an experiment.
Treacherous (adjective): Likely to betray a trust, traitorous
Humilite (verb): To make (someone) feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self respect, especially publicly.
Benign (adjective) having or showing a kindly disposition; non-threatening.
Meticulous (adjective): showing extreme or excessive concern about every last detail.
Created by: 23barletta