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Word Masters 1B

Word masters Winter 2018 - Group 2

TermDefinition
detritis a loose mass of stones, silt, etc, worn away from rocks; any disintegrated material; debris
jetsam goods cast overboard deliberately, as to lighten a vessel or improve its stability in an emergency, which sink where jettisoned or are washed ashore.
sundry miscellaneous, various, an indeterminate number
pith the important or essential part, essence, core; significant weight or substance; to destroy the spinal cord or brain of; the soft fibrous tissue lining the inside of the rind in fruits such as the orange and grapefruit
unctuous affecting an oily charm; excessively smooth, suave, or smug; having an oily or soapy feel
diaphanous very sheer and light; almost completely transparent or translucent; delicately hazy; characterized by extreme delicacy of form
Created by: ssharris