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level E vocab unit 4

Vocab -- Unit 4 -- Level E (Sadlier-Oxford)

affiliated associated, connected attached, related, joined dissociated, unconnected Being _______________ with a well-known law firm is often the first step on the way to a successful political career.
ascertain to find out discover, determine, establish n/a We need to _____________ what it will cost to remodel our kitchen.
attainment an accomplishment, the act of acheiving achievement, fulfillment failure, defeat, frustration In addition to his abilities as a leader, Abraham Lincoln was a man of high literary __________________.
bequeath to give or pass on as an inheritance transmit, bestow, hand down n/a Few people will make enough money in their liftimes to be in a position to ______________ a fortune to thier heirs.
cogent (blank)
converge (blank)
disperse (blank)
esteem (blank)
expunge (blank)
finite (blank)
invulnerable not able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against an attack impregnable, impervious, immune exposed, unprotected, defenseless Medieval lords did everything possible to make their castles ____________ fortresses.
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