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Monster Vocab #2

TermDefinitionPart of Speech
prejudice preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience. noun
distinguish to recognize differences and similarities between things verb
premises an idea or theory on which a statement or action is based. noun
presume believing something to be true based on the evidence, experience, or logic verb
trauma severe emotional or physical stress which causes change to behavior with long term effects noun
salvation being saved or protected from danger, loss, or harm noun
grace a quality that is pleasant or showing favor to something noun
vicious a characteristic that is violent, cruel, aggressive, or dangerous adj
contradiction a statement that is the opposite or a denial of another statement noun
testify Providing proof about an event happening, usually about the truth of an event verb
Created by: North Marion