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Level F- Unit 8

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acrimonious (adj.)stinging or bitting in temper or tone
bovine (adj.)resembling a cow or ox, sluggish, unresponsive
consternation (n.)dismay, confusion
corpulent (adj.)fat; having a large, bulky body
diavow (v.)to deny responsibility of or connection with
dispassionate (adj.)impartial;calm;free from emotion
dissention (n.)disagreement, sharp difference in opinions
dissipate (v.)to cause to disappear; to scatter; to spend foolishly
expurgate (v.)to remove any objectionable words from text, to cleanse
gauntlet (n.)an armored or protective glove; a challenge; two lines of men armed with weapons which to beat a person forced to run between them
hypothetical (adj.)based on an assumption or guess; used a tenative idea to guide an situation
ignoble (adj.)mean, low, base
hypothetical (adj.)based on an assumption or guess; used a tenative idea to guide an situation
ignoble (adj.)mean, low, base
impugn (v.)to call into question; to attack as false
intemperate (adj.)immoderate, lacking self-control
odium (n.)hatred, contempt, disgrace or imfamy resulting for hateful conduct
perfidy (n.)faithlessness, treachery
relegate (v.)to place in lower position; to assign;to banish
squeamish (adj.)inclined to nausea; easily shocked or upset
perfidy (n.)faithlessness, treachery
relegate (v.)to place in lower position; to assign;to banish
squeamish (adj.)inclined to nausea; easily shocked or upset
subservient (adj.)subordinate in capacity or role; submissively obedient; serving to promote some end
susceptible (adj.)open to; easily influenced; lacking resistance
Created by: 11weyerjor