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OMM CH 3 & 4

bemused – verb (bemuse) to cause (someone) to be confused and often also somewhat amused
bleat – verb to make the natural cry of a sheep or goat; also : to utter a similar sound; to talk complainingly or with a whine
bleat – noun the cry of a sheep or goat; also : a similar sound; a feeble outcry, protest, or complaint
cower – verb to shrink away or crouch especially for shelter from something that menaces, domineers, or dismays (what a coward does)
derision – noun the use of ridicule or scorn to show contempt; an object of ridicule or scorn
dusk – noun the darker part of twilight especially at night; darkness or semidarkness caused by the shutting out of light
reprehensible – adjective worthy of or deserving condemnation; very bad : deserving very strong criticism
aloof – adjective removed or distant either physically or emotionally; at a distance
appraise – verb to set a value on : to estimate the amount of; to evaluate the worth, significance, or status of; especially : to give an expert judgment of the value or merit of
arouse – verb to awaken from sleep; to stimulate to action or to bodily readiness for activity
champ – verb to make biting or gnashing movements; to show impatience of delay or restraint —usually used in the phrase champing at the bit
contemptuously – adverb performed in a manner manifesting, feeling, or expressing deep hatred or disapproval
ego – noun the self especially as contrasted with another self or the world; the one of the three divisions of the psyche in psychoanalytic theory that serves as the organized conscious mediator between the person and reality especially by functioning both in the p
maul – verb to beat, bruise, mangle; to handle roughly
maul – noun a heavy often wooden-headed hammer or mallet used especially for driving wedges; also : a tool like a sledgehammer with one wedge-shaped end that is used to split wood
meager – adjective having little flesh; lacking desirable qualities (as richness or strength); deficient in quality or quantity
scornful - -adjective full of or showing disrespect or contempt
Created by: egermanton



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