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Nash Vocab. 2-3 WTG

Nash-Combined Vocab. Test Less. 2-3 Words to Go

QuestionAnswer
abhor to hate; to shrink from with disgust
acute sharp, severe; very sensitive or serious
bicker to argue over an unimportant matter
cliché a phrase that is no longer effective because it is used too often
commend to speak of with approval; to praise
competent able to do something
deception a trick or lie; something that deceives
drudgery dull, uninteresting work
erode to wear away slowly
etiquette manner and behavior considered to be acceptable
falter to hesitate; to lose courage; to speak or stammer in hesitating way
foolhardy foolish or daring
genial pleasantly cheerful and kindly
hoard a stored supply (v. to store up for future use)
imply to suggest or express without directly saying
initiative to see what needs to be done and taking a role to get it done
intimidate to frighten; to influence by fear
jubilant feeling great joy; filled with gladness and rejoicing
luscious delicious; extremely sweet and pleasing
menace serious threat; to threaten
offend to cause someone to feel hurt or angry; to insult
persevere to keep at something even though it is difficult
ponder to consider carefully; think deeply about
quaint strange, odd, or old-fashioned in a pleasing way
remorse deep regret and a feeling of quilt over one’s wrongdoing
retrieve to get back; to recover
steadfast firm or unchanging; loyal, true
tact dealing with difficult situations without people feeling hurt or insulted
vague not clear or definite; fuzzy or blurred
vital very important; absolutely necessary
Created by: brendanash