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Set 2 Vocab Words

Memorizing set 2 vocabulary words for Mrs. Jones!!!

Gesticulate Show, express, or direct through movement
Atonement The act of making amends for wrongdoing or sins
Impertinence The trait of being rude and inclined to take liberties
Implacable Incapable of being appeased or pacified
Mutiny Open rebellion against constituted authority
Pinion Wing of a bird
Scrutiny The act of examining something closely, as for mistakes
Abomination Hate coupled with disgust
Apparition A ghostly appearing figure
Conspiracy A plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act
Copiously In an abundant manner
Perplexity Trouble or confusion resulting from complexity
Prophecy A prediction uttered under divine inspiration
Renounce Turn away from; give up
Shrewdly In a shrewd manner; having or showing sharp powers of judgement; clever
Decrepit Worn and broken down by hard use
Permeate Spread or diffuse through
Loathsome Highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
Trepidation A feeling of alarm or dread
Censure Harsh criticism or disapproval
Created by: Ansloo