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7th Grade Unit 4

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a joining together for some common purpose alliance
to confuse, to puzzle completely bewilder
a clown; a coarse, stupid person buffoon
arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement controversial
to discourage dishearten
not producing the desired results; unsuccessful fruitless
unfriendly; warlike; aggressive hostile
easily set on fire; easily angered inflammable
to give or cause something unpleasant inflict
deadly, harmful, evil, spiteful malignant
to hurt someone deeply; to cause embarrassment or humiliation mortify
in agreement with established or generally accepted ways of doing things orthodox
to obtain through special effort, to bring about procure
to run quickly, scamper, to hurry scurry
soaked with liquid or moisture; dull, spiritless, expressionless sodden
full of life and vigor; courageous spirited
to cancel or nullify; an empty space; completely empty; having no legal effect void
disobedient, willful, unpredictable wayward
to draw back as in pain or fear; the act of drawing back in pain wince
so close as to be the real thing virtual
Created by: mrkospender