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BHS level f unit 8

(v.) to remove objectionable passages or words from a written text; to cleanse, purify expurgate
(n.) hatred, contempt; disgrace or infamy resulting from hateful conduct odium
(adj.) subordinate in capacity or role; submissively obedient; serving to promote some end subservient
(adj.) mean, low, base ignoble
(adj.) immoderate, lacking in self-control; inclement intemperate
(adj.) based on an assumption or guess, used as a provisional or tentative idea to guide or direct investigation hypothetical
(v.) to deny responsibility for or connection with disavow
(n.) dismay, confusion consternation
(v.) to cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel: to spend foolishly. squander; to be extravagant in pursuit of pleasure dissipate
(adj.) open to; easily influenced; lacking in resistance susceptible
(v.) to call into question; to attack as false impugn
(v.) to place in a lower position, to assign, refer, turn over; to banish relegate
(n.) faithlessness, treachery perfidy
(n.) an armored or protective glove; a challenge; two lines of men armed with weapons with which to beat a person forced to run between them; an ordeal gauntlet
(adj.). impartial; calm, free from emotion dispassionate
(n.) disagreement, sharp difference of opinion dissension
(adj.)resembling a cow or ox: sluggish, unresponsive bovine
(adj.) fat; having a large, bulky body corpulent
(adj.) inclined to nausea; easily shocked or upset; excessively fastidious or refined squeamish
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone acrimonious
Created by: anwhly1993