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4th 9 weeks (4 Set)

Test 4/11/19

TermDefinition
Abet (v) to support, encourage; help
Anathema (n) one that is cursed by ecclesiastical authority
Banter (n) to speak to or address in a witty and teasing manner
Castigate (v) to subject to severe punishment, reproof, or criticism
Coerce (v) to achieve by force or threat; to compel an act or choice
Divulge (v) proclaim, to make known
Docile (adj) easily taught
Dogmatic (adj) characterized by or given to the expression of opinions very strongly or positively as if they were facts
Dole (v) to give or distribute as a charity
Emaciated (adj) to make feeble
Extraneous (adj) not forming an essential or vital part
Gregarious (adj) tending to associate with others of one's kind
Insipid (adj) lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge
Jaundiced (adj) skeptical and prejudiced
Temerity (n) a rash or reckless act
Created by: ABBY-LEE