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3B Unit #11 Vocab

Unit #11 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
adamant Refusing to be persuaded; cannot change one's mind
antagonize To cause hostility or anger; to make an enemy of
archive A collection of historical documents or records; to keep or store such records
autocrat An individual who rules without considering others
factious Causing disunity, dissent, or disputes; argumentative
frustrated To prevent from accomplishing; to cause feelings of discouragement
peremptory Used to describe an order or a command that you must obey without any questions or excuses
procrastinate To put off until later; to delay without a good reason
resilient Easily springing back to an original form; to recover from damage quickly; flexible
supplication A plea made to a higher power; a prayer; a petition or an appeal
affable Friendly, cordial, pleasant and easy to talk to; showing friendliness
expletive A term used when swearing; a cuss word
tawdry Gaudy; showy and cheap
idiomatic Characteristic of a particular language
reciprocate To give, do, or take in return; to move with a backward-forward motion
Created by: Mrs. Washok