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Vocab Workshop H12

Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 12

QuestionAnswer
apposite adj. appropriate
augur n. a prophet v. to predict
bilk v. to defraud, cheat, or swindle
charisma n. the special personal magnetism that makes an individual
debilitate v. to make weak
execrable adj. hateful, extremely inferior
impinge v. to strike against or collide violently
labyrinth n. a bewildering maze
narcissism n. excessive self-love
niggardly adj. stingy
pastiche n. a dramatic, musical, or literary hodgepodge
precarious adj. very uncertain or unsure
rapport n. a close and harmonious relationship
utilitarian adj. stressing practicality over other considerations
vacuous adj. devoid of matter, substance, or meaning
vagary n. an unpredictable, erratic, or seemingly purposeless action
viable adj. capable of living under normal circumstances
xenophobia n. undue fear of foreigners
zany adj. clownish n. one who plays the clown
zealot n. a fanatical partisan
Created by: Bomoono