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Monster - List 1

Vocabulary Words for Monster

QuestionAnswer
dispensary- noun a place where medicine or minor medical treatment is given
grainy- adjective not smooth or fine
obscene- adjective very offensive in usually a shocking way
felony- noun law: a serious crime
mentor- noun someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less experienced and often younger person
prosecutor- noun a lawyer who represents the side in a court case that accuses a person of a crime and who tries to prove that the person is guilty
impede- verb to show the movement, progress, or action of (someone or something)
articulate- adjective able to express ideas clearly and effectively in speech or writing
redress- verb to correct (something that is unfair or wrong)
infringing- verb violating, trespassing
Created by: claymill2257