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Unit 15 VOCAB.

Jerome Shestack - Vocabulary Book - Unit B

TermDefinition
Sagacious Shrewd; wise in a keen way
Authoritative official
Bankrupt in a state of financial ruin
Clamor a public outcry
Coincide to be in full agreement
Cynical inclined to believe the worst of people
Despot a ruler who oppressed his/her subjects; a tyrant
Feud a bitter long-term quarrel
Haggle to argue in a petty way especially about a price
Hardy able to bear up under difficult conditions or harsh treatment
Harmonious able to get along together well
Hoard to store up; save
Indisposed Slightly ill; disinclined to do something
Legacy an inheritance; something handed down from an ancestor
Legitimate Lawful, rightful
Mirth Merry, fun, gaiety
Officiate to perform the duties of an office
Partial not complete
Patronize to give one's business to regularly as a customer
Rite a ceremony
Created by: 2015GupJah