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Unit 10 vocab

TermDefinition
accord n) agreement harmony
curt adj) short rudely brief
engross v) to occupy the complete attention
barter (n.) an exchange in trade
curt (adj.) short, rudely brief
devise (v.)to think out, plan, figure out, invent, create
dexterous (adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever
entail such a restriction
ferret (n.)a kind of weasel
impending (adj.) about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
personable (adj.) pleasing in appearance or personality, attractive
rue (v.) to regret, be sorry for, a feeling of regret
scoff (v.) to make fun of; to show contempt for
transition (n.)a change from one state of condition to another
trepidation (n.)fear, fright, trembling
upbraid v.)to blame, scold, find fault with
veritable (adj.)actual, true, real
vex (v.)to annoy, anger, exasperate; to confuse, baffle
habituate (v.) to become used to; to cause to become used to
whimsical (adj.)subject to odd ideas, notions, or fancies; playful unpredictable
Created by: 1718ryan