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Vocab #4 Level D

abscond (v.) to run off and hide
access (n.) approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an increase
access (v.) to get at obtain
anarchy (n.) a lack of government and law; confusion
arduous (adj.) hard to do, something requiring much effort
auspicious (adj.) favorable; fortunte
biased (adj.) favoring one side unduly; prejudiced
daunt (v.) to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage
disentangle (v.) to free from tangles or complications
fated (adj.) determined in advance by destiny or fortune
hoodwink (v.) to mislead by a trick, deceive
inanimate (adj.) not having life; without energy or spirit
incinerate (v.) to burn to ashes
intrepid (adj.) very brave, fearless, unshakable
larceny (n.) theft
pliant (adj.) bending readily; easily influenced
pompous (adj.) overly self-important in speech or manner; excessively stately or ceremonious
precipice (n.) a very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster
rectify (v.) to make right, correct
reprieve (n.) a temporary relief or delay
reprieve (v.) to grant a postponement
revile (v.) to attack with words, call bad names
Created by: MrVanAuken