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Vocab Ch.1 and 2

Honors English 2

QuestionAnswer
divulge to tell; to reveal
abet to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
dogmatic arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
insipid lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
coerce to force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats
jaundiced prejudiced; hostile
meticulous extremely, sometimes excessively, careful about small details
temerity recklessness; a foolish disregard, of danger
gregarious sociable; fond of the company of others
heresy the crime of holding a belief that goes against established doctrine
docile easy to teach or manage
libation a drink, especially an alcoholic one
anathema a hated, repellent person or thing
banter teasing, playful conversation
castigate to criticize or punish severely
gauche lacking social graces; tactless
ignominy public shame, disgrace, or dishonor
motley
Created by: lless7