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Eng vocab 11

TermDefinition
amenity A feature that contributes to physical comfort or increases the attractiveness or value of a location.
averse Having a feeling of opposition or distaste.
complacent So self-satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcerned.
decompose To decay or break down into basic elements.
defray To supply the money for; to pay.
emanate To come out from a source.
envisage To picture in one's mind; to imagine something in the future.
facetious Playfully or inappropriately humorous.
fallacy A false or mistaken idea.
furor An uproar; a state of great anger or excitement.
idyll An episode or experience that is calm and carefree.
paucity Scarcity; smallness in number or amount.
porous Full of tiny holes or spaces; easily penetrated by gas or liquid.
supercede To replace; to cause to be set aside because of superiority.
tangible Real; able to be touched; possible to understand or realize; not vague or uncertain.
Created by: anaschke