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Vocab

TermDefinition
Abstain To voluntarily refrain from something
Accountable To be responsible
Acute Sudden, intense
Adhere Hold fast, stick together
Adverse Undesired, possibly harmful
Aegis Control, protection
Ambvalent Uncertain, having contradictory feelings
Apply Place, put on, spread something
Assent To give consent or agree
Audible Able to be heard
Bacteria Single celled microscopic organisms
Bilateral Present on two sides
Cardic Of or relating to the heart
Cavity An opening or an empty area
Cease Come to an end or bring to an end
Chronology Order of events occurred, timeline
Compensatory Offsetting or making up for something
Concave Rounding, inward
Concise Brief to the point
Consistency Degree of viscosity; How thick or thin a fluid is in relation to how it flows
Constrict To draw together, become smaller
Contingent Dependent
Contraindication A reason something is not advisable or should not be done
Convulsive Having or causing convulsions ie Violent shaking of the body
Cursory Quick, perfunctory, not thorough
Created by: Vincentle101