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Vocabulary Lesson #2

TermDefinition
amalgamate to combine
demented mentally ill; insane
hone to sharpen
beleaguer to encircle, surround
gorge to eat or swallow greedily
antiquated outdated; no longer used; old
opiate a narcotic used to bring sleep and relief from pain
caricature an exaggerated portrayal of one's features
dally to waste time; dawdle
felonious pertaining to or constituting a major crime
surcharge a charge added to the usual cost; an extra fee
enshroud to cover up; conceal
broach to bring up for discussion
prose regular writing (sentences, paragraphs) - not poetry and songs which are written in lines and stanzas
renaissance a rebirth, revival, especially in thinking or activity
Created by: Cole0515