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Monster List #2

Vocabulary Words for Monster

Lynch - verb to kill (someone) illegally as punishment for a crime
Conspiracy - noun the act of secretly planning to do something that is harmful or illegal
grandiose - adjective seeming to be impressive or intended to be impressive bu not really possible or impressive
pertinent - adjective relating to the thing that is being thought about or discussed
affidavit - noun law: a written report which is signed by a person who promises that the information is true
perpertrator - verb to do (something thta is illegal or wrong)
pessimist - noun a feeling or belief that bad things will happen in the future: a feeling or belief that what you hope for will not happen
proposition - noun something (such as a plan or offer) that is presented to a person or group of people to consider
grotesque - adjective comically or repilsively ugly or distorted
juvenile - adjective unpleasantly childish
Created by: claymill2257