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eaglehour vocabulary

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TermDefinition
acrid a strong taste or smell; bitter
cauterize burning a wound to prevent blood loss/infection
conciliatory used to make less angry
conduit a channel for water/fluid
corroborate to confirm or give support
culvert a tunnel for streams/drainage under a road
despondent in low spirits from loss of hope or courage
stymie to prevent/disable progress
sully to damage the purity or integrity
verdant green with grass or vegetation
destitute without basic needs of life
exacerbate to make worse
gaunt skinny from suffering/hunger
insatiable impossible to satisfy
lucrative creating a great profit
nuance subtle difference in words/meanings or sounds
obstetric relating to childbirth or the process that comes with it
penchant habit or tendency to do something
rancor bitter or resentfulness for long term
seethe person filled with intense, unspoken anger
Created by: kierstingreen2