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Vocab G Unit 4

QuestionAnswer
atrophy n. The wasting away of a body organ or tissue...v. To waste away
bastion n. A fortified place
concord n. A state of agreement, harmony, unanimity
consummate adj. Complete/perfect to the highest degree...v. To bring a state of completion or perfection
disarray n. disorder, confusion...v. To throw into order
exigency n. urgency, pleasure; urgent demand, pressing need, an emergency
flotsam n. Floating debris; homeless
frenetic adj. Frenzied, highly agitated
glean v. To gather bit by bit
grouse n. A type of game bird...v. To complain, grumble
incarcerate v. To imprison, confine, jail
incumbate adj. obligatory...n. One who holds a specific office at the time spoken of
jocular adj. Humorous, jesting, jolly, joking
ludicrous adj. Ridiculous, laughable
mordant adj. Biting or caustic in thought, manner, or style
nettle n. A prickly/stingy point...v. To arouse displeasure, impatience, or anger
pecuniary adj. Consisting of or measured in money
pusillanimous adj. Contemptibly cowardly or mean-spirited
recumbent adj. In a reclining position, lying down
stratagem n. A scheme to outwit an opponent or to gain an end
Created by: Bomoono