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Level F unit 7

austere (adj.)severe or stern in manner; without adornment or luxury, simple, plain
beneficent (adj.)performing acts of kindness or charity; conferring benefits, doing good
cadaverous (adj.)pale, corpse-like, gaunt
concoct (v.)to prepare by combining ingredients, make up, to devise, invent
crass (adj.) coarse, unfeeling, stupid
debase (v.)to lower in character, quality, or value, to degrade, to cause to deteriorate
desecrate (v.)to commit sacrilege upon, treat irreverently; to contaminate, pollute
disconcert (v.)to confuse; to disturb the composure of
grandiose (adj.)grand in an impressive or stately way; marked by pompous affectation or grandeur, absurdly exaggerated
inconsequential (adj.)trifling, unimportant
infraction (n.)a breaking of a law or obligation
mitigate (v.)to make milder or softer, to moderate in force or intensity
pillage (v.)to rob of goods by open force,plunder, (n.) the act of looting
prate (v.)to talk a great deal in a foolish or aimless manner
punctilious (adj.)very careful and exact, attentive to details
redoubtable (adj.)inspiring fear or awe, awsome
reprove (v.)to find fault in, scold
restitution (n.)the act of returning something or someone to its rightful owner
staltwart (adj.)strong and sturdy, (n.)a strong and brave person
vulnerable (adj.)open for attack, capable of being wounded or damaged
Created by: 11weyerjor