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Speak 1 Murrell

Vocab set 1 for Speak

Ensemble – a group of people who perform together
Scheme – elaborate plan or plot
Wan – visibly unwell and lacking energy, weak
Frenzy – a state of hysteria/mentally or physically
Demerit – mark for doing something wrong in a tally system
Potpourri – an unusual assortment
Splurge – to indulge yourself
Flounder – struggle helplessly
Interim – a period between one event and another
Sanctuary – anywhere people go for peaceful tranquility or being kept from harm
Obscene – offensive to the mind
Abstinence – act or refraining from indulging an appetite
Savant - person with inherited knowledge or ability
Thespian – a theatrical performer
Faction – a group believing a common truth
Indoctrination – teaching someone to accept beliefs
Humble – meekness or modesty
Testament – strong evidence
Insulate – surround with material to protect from heat, cold, or noise
Inconspicuous – not prominent or readily noticeable
Varsity - a team of upperclassmen, with lower classmen who excel
Flee – to run away
Canopy – a covering that shelters an area
Bellow – to shout
Errant – straying from the right course or from accepted standards
Alcove – small recess off a larger room
Pseudo – not genuine but having the appearance of
Intimidated – made scared or fearful as by threats
Rally – large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm
Incite – cause to act
Created by: AmyMurrell



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