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4th 9 weeks (2 set)

Test 3/29/19

Aloof (adj.) removed or distant either physically or emotionally
Approbation (n.) Commendation, praise
Belie (v.) to show something to be false or wrong
Bilk (v.) to cheat out something valuable
Cajole (v.) to deceive with soothing words or false promises; to persuade with flattery or gentle urging especially in the face of reluctance
Clemency (n.) an act or intense of mercy
Dissipate (v.) to spend, use, or waste foolishly and then leave
Gauche (adj.) lacking social experience or grace
Imperative (adj.) not to be avoided or evaded; necessary
Jollity (n.) the quality or state of being happy
Maraud (v.) to roam about and raid in search of plunder
Niche (n.) a place, employment, status, or activity for which a person or thing is best fitted
Rarefied (adj.) of, relating to, or interesting to a select group; being less dense
Wile (n.) a trick
Gilt covered int gold
Created by: ABBY-LEE