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Vocabulary Set A4


benevolent adj. Loving others and actively desirous of their well-being. For most of his reign, he was very benevolent and took care of his people.
bravado n. An aggressive display of boldness. His bravado might have impressed some, but rang hollow with me.
brusque adj. Somewhat rough or rude in manner or speech. His brusque behavior discouraged his colleagues from admitting him into their social circles.
bulwark n. Anything that gives security or defense. The Democrats were long the main bulwark of segregation in the South, but they were finally defeated and schools were fully integrated.
assiduous adj. Diligent. The years spent in assiduous study helped her to excel in all areas of her work.
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