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Vocab #1-3 (blue)

TermDefinition
ADVERB a word that describes a verb
comply (VERB) to do as commanded or asked
appropriate (ADJECTIVE) proper
alternative (NOUN) a different choice
drastic (ADJECTIVE) extreme; intense; harsh
acknowledge (VERB) to admit or confess
compel (VERB) to force
candid (ADJECTIVE) very honest; truthful
anecdote (NOUN) an entertaining, short story about a personal event
concise (ADJECTIVE) short and to the point; brief
avert (VERB) to prevent; avoid
illuminate (VERB) to light up; cast a glow
forfeit (VERB) to be forced to give up
refuge (NOUN) a shelter; a protection
urban (ADJECTIVE) of or in a city; city-like
dialogue (NOUN) a conversation between characters
isolate (VERB) to separate from others
extensive (ADJECTIVE) large in space or amount; a lot
fortify (VERB) to strengthen
reminisce (VERB) to remember and talk about the past
erratic (ADJECTIVE) irregular; always changing
impartial (ADJECTIVE) fair; not choosing sides
menace (NOUN) a threat or a danger to something
legitimate (ADJECTIVE) legal; on the "up and up"
morale (NOUN) a positive or negative attitude; one's spirit or pride
delete (VERB) to cross out, erase, or remove from
undermine (VERB) to gradually weaken or damage
overt (ADJECTIVE) obvious; not hidden
lenient (ADJECTIVE) not strict; easygoing
naïve (ADJECTIVE) gullible; lacking worldly experience
integrity (NOUN) a strong sense of honesty; a strong sense of right
NOUN a person, place, thing, or idea
ADJECTIVE a word that describes a person, place, thing, or idea
VERB an action or feeling
Created by: JMPedersen
 

 



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