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Unit 2 Vocab-Syn

Synonyms of Unit 2

QuestionAnswer
fatigue, lethargy, torpor, languor lassitude
an inference, presumption; to infer, gather surmise
reckless, impetuous; to provoke, produce precipitate
stern, rigorous, tough; urgent, imperative stringent
a chiliad; a "golden age" millennium
to urge, entreat, implore, adjure exhort
supernatural; esoteric, abstruse; concealed occult
immature, inexperienced, green, raw callow
to pervade, suffuse, saturate permeate
to rail, harangue, fulminate, remonstrate inveigh
to encroach, impinge, intrude, poach infringe
twaddle, tommyrot, balderdash, hogwash; slaver drivel
inflated, pompous, highfalutin, high-flown bombastic
an intruder, meddler, buttinsky interloper
an abstract, digest; a model, archetype epitome
by virtue of one's job ex officio
to cozy up to, curry favor with ingratiate
to better, improve, amend ameliorate
essential, inherent, immanent, organic intrinsic
poise, assurance, confidence, composure aplomb
Created by: cowens7844