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Vocab 7H

Study Vocab Terms 2018

apathy a feeling of hopelessness, not caring
condescend rude, contemptuous
banish to dismiss, to send out
cower to bow or bend in fear
pummel hitting continuously
rivulet a tiny stream of water
intricicate detailed, specific, finely described
decorum an orderly, manner-filled presence
ominous threatening
defiant indignant
unorthodox not following rules, out of the ordinary culture
belligerent ready to fight
indignant angry, stubborn
humility a modesty or limited/low view of one's own importance
commotion chaos
contempt disgust
dilemma major problem
impulsive acts without thinking
conspicuous overt, obvious
arrogant stuck up
pilgrimage a long, spiritual journey
compel pressure someone to do something; peer pressure
despise feel disgust for
justify to prove to be right
jeer mock in a loud voice, insult
retaliate get back at someone
infraction a violation of an agreement
scion a detached living part of a plant, a descendent
prominent well known
relentless tenacious
dilapidated deteriorated
vehement deeply felt
Created by: Jackson.7777