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Vocabulary Set C3

harbinger-impassive

QuestionAnswer
heinous adj. Odiously sinful. It was such a heinous day, I couldn't wait to get home and relax in a nice, hot bath.
iconoclast n. An image-breaker. The musician has confirmed his place in history as a true iconoclast.
ignominious adj. Shameful. All of them were shaken to their core by the ignominious defeat they just suffered at the hands of the last place team.
impassive adj. Unmoved by or not exhibiting feeling. The police officer's face remained impassive as the suspect decried the fate of his children.
harbinger n. One who or that which foreruns and announces the coming of any person or thing. The robin has long been considered the harbinger of spring.
Created by: accelerations