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Jantz PHS Eng 1-1

Eng I first vocab list

TermDefinition
admonish warn, scold
breach to break or make a hole in something
circumspect careful, thinking before you think or do
commandeer to take something for military or government use
brigand bandit, a person who does respect the law and robs people
cumbersome difficult to carry, a burden
diffuse spread through something
debris pieces of things that are broken or ruined
dilemma a problem with no good solutions
deadlock two or more groups are stopped; unable to agree on how to move forward
efface erase, withdraw, wipe away
muddled confused, not able to do something well
opinionated having a strong opinion and refusing to change it
perennial continues for many years
predisposed be likely to do something or be a certain way
relinquish release, let go
salvage what you can save from a bad situation
spasmodic happening suddenly, repeatedly, and involuntarily
spurious has no basis in facts, not true, not proven
unbridled not controlled; with full force
Created by: Jantzarino