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Blue Vocab Unit 12


abuse improper, wrong, or cruel treatment; insulting language; to put to bad use; to hurt or damage by treating badly
appliance a machine or tool used to do a household job
confirm to agree or prove that something is true; to make sure, remove any doubt
daze to stun or confuse
flimsy not strong or solid; poorly made; not convincing
gauge a standard measure used to tell size, thickness, and so on; an instrument used to measure; to estimate
migrant an animal or person that moves to a different region as the seasons change; a farmworker who moves seasonally to pick different crops
neutral not taking any side in a disagreement or war; lacking distinction
pitiless showing no sorrow or regret for another's suffering or troubles
presentable fit to be seen or inspected
rotate to turn around a central point; to alternate
shred a thin strip; a tiny piece or amount
Created by: tbrogs5