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NH Lesson 3

QuestionAnswer
amass (verb) to gather together a large amount
apt (adjective) exactly right for some purpose; quick to learn or understand;likely
bleak (adjective) gloomy; without warmth or cheer
concoct (verb) to make up; to think up
craze (noun) something that is extremely popular at the moment
impressionable (adjective) easily impressed or influenced
incompatible (adjective) not able to go together or get along together
obsession (noun) anything that one thinks or worries about much too often,without good reason
partition (verb) to divide into parts
presumptuous (adjective) wrongly assuming that one is accepted or welcome; too confident; bold
repulsive (adjective) disgusting
shortcoming (noun) a weakness or fault
solicit (verb) to try to get something by asking
stagnant (adjective) not active; not brisk; foul due to lack of motion
unfounded (adjective) not based on fact or reason
Created by: beorns