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ww book 6 lesson 6

vocab words

antic A playful or funny act.
attire (Noun) Clothes, especially fine and expensive ones.
attire (Verb) To dress up or be dressed up.
deft Quick and sure; skillful at handling.
diligent Working with great care and effort.
eclipse Total or partial hiding of one heavenly body by another.
evolve (Verb) To develop and change gradually over time.
evolution (Noun) The changes that take place over time as something evolves.
innate Having from birth; occurring naturally rather than being learned.
inscribe ( Verb) To write, print, or etch into as a permanent record.
inscription (Noun) The act of inscribing or what is inscribed.
posture ( Noun) The way one holds one's body; a pose or position.
posture (Verb) To assume a particular position, especially a pretended one.
shroud (Noun) Something that covers or hides from view. Cloth used to wrap a dead body before burial.
stifle To cut off the air from; to smother.
tentative Not fully working out or final; hesitating or uncertain.
tranquil (Adjective) Calm; peaceful.
tranquility (Noun) The state of being tranquil.
versatile versatile ( Adjective) Able to do many different things.
versatility (Noun) The state or condition of being versatile.
captivate to please greatly; to win over by special charm
eclipse to do or be better than; to outshine.
stifle To hold back; to check.
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