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Currents Ch. 4 Vocab

Ch. 4 Vocabulary Terms/Definitions

ABSTRACTED (Adjective) removed; distracted
AUSTERITY (Noun) lack of luxury; simplicity; sternness
FORTUITOUS (Adjective) happening in an unplanned but positive way; fortunate
IMPECCABLE (Adjective) in line with the highest standards; faultless
IMPLORE (Verb) to ask desperately or earnestly of someone to take an action; beseech
NUPTIAL (Adjective) NUPTIAL (Noun) 1. relating to a marriage or wedding 2. a wedding or marriage (usually plural)
RECALCITRANT (Adjective) stubborn and uncontrollable; problematic
REQUISITE (Adjective) REQUISITE (Noun) 1. required and essential; indispensable 2. something that is essential or required
RIGOROUS (Adjective) unyieldingly strict; rigid
SUMMON (Verb) to call up or muster; to gather
Created by: jiberri