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Eng. III Vocab

Test 11/12

accommodating willing to help; obliging
accord agreement; harmony; a settlement or compromise of conflicting opinions/ to give wholeheartedly; grant readily; to be in agreement, harmony or unity
acquiesce to consent or comply passively or without protest; accept
adamant firm and unyielding in purpose or opinion; inflexible
camaraderie a spirit of loyalty, mutual trust and good will between or among friends or comrades
compliance an act of doing as another wishes or yielding to a request or command; a tendency to yield to others
propitiate to prevent or reduce the anger of; soothe; appease
tractable easily managed or controlled; docile
volition an act of willing, choosing, or deciding; power or capability of determining; a conscious choice; decision
willfulness unreasonable stubbornness; the inclination to impose one's will on others
Created by: shanece_dampier