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english vocab 3

termdefinitionsentence2 synonyms
Affront an action or remark that causes outrage or offense. the comment the guy said about the girls skirt was very AFFRONT Insult or offence
Affliction a curse to bear, or something that causes agony, suffering, pain. the evil witch cast an evil AFFLICTION on the man for steeping on her flowers disorder, disease
Insolence an offensive disrespectful impudent act. Insulting. the girl was punished for her INSOLENCE toward her parents impertinence, impudence
Awry away from the correct or expected course the kid went AWRY when he went to his friends house amiss, wrong
Inoculate introduce an idea or attitude into the mind. Shield from when the children went to the school the teachers tried to INOCULATE the kids immunize, vaccinate
Temperance the trait of avoiding excesses the young girl enough TEMPERANCE to avoid the fight sobriety, prohibition
Profane grossly irreverent toward what is held to be sacred when the boy got mad he used PROFANE language desecrate, violate
Fawning attempting to win favor by flattery the student attempted FAWNING to get a better grade flatter, praise
Turbulent chaotic, disordered, characterized by conflict. the party that the kids threw was very TURBULENT stormy, unstable
Aloof not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant. the man that sat in the corner looked very ALOOF distant, detached
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