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LA Vocab 1

The Cold Equations Vocabulary Words

Increment (noun) The amount of degree by which something changes
Infinitesimal (noun) Infinitely or immeasurably small
Recoil (verb) To shrink back, as in fear or repugnance
Paramount (adj) Of chief importance or concern
Ineffable (adj) Incapable of being expressed; indescribable and unutterable
Irrevocable (adj) Impossible to withdraw or take back
Immutable (adj) Not able to be changed
Ponderous (adj) Having great weight; slow and laborious because of weight; oppressively or unpleasantly dull
Prolong (verb) To lengthen in duration; elongate
Annihilate (verb) To kill in large numbers
Apprehension (noun) Fearful expectation or anticipation
Inured (adj) Made tough by habitual exposure
Created by: karissajb