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EMS Charlotte Doyle

EMS Charlotte Doyle Vocab 1-6

sallow (adj) having a sickly yellow complexion
loathsome (adj) disgusting, detestable
indignation (noun) anger or scorn in reaction to injustice
waning (adj) grow less in extent
docile (adj) easy to manage, obedient
permeate (vt) penetrate and spread throughout
vexation (n) being distressed
trepidation (n) fearful uncertainty
countenance (n) face
curtly (adv) bluntly to the point of rudeness
sardonically (adv) sarcastically, bitterly sneerint
unruly (adj) hard to control
brandish (vt) wave, shake, or flourish
censure (noun) stroung disapproval
impertinence (noun) lack of respect
slanderous (adj) damaging to another person's character
stinting (adj) sparing
litany (noun) repetitive listing
disdain (noun) aloof contempt or scorn
laconic (adj) brief in speaking, using few words
Created by: lenzl