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voc unit 4 leval A

acquit (v) to declare not guilty
deem (v) to think believe to consider
devastate (v) to destroy lay waste leave in ruins
discredit (v) to throw doubt upon (n) loss or lack of belief
elusive (adj) difficult to catch or hold; hard to explain or understand
generate (v) to bring into existance to be the cause of
idolize (v) to worship as an idol
ingratitude (n) a lack of thankfulness
keepsake (n) something kept in memory of the giver; a sovinier
mortal (n) a being that must eventully die (adj) of or relating to such a being; causing death; fatel
ovation (n) an enthusiastic public welcome, an outburt of applause
petty (adj) unimportant trivial narrow minded minor
plight (n) a sorry condition of state (v) to pledge or promise solemly
repent (v) to feel sorry for what one has done or failed to do
reverie (n) a daydream
revocation (n) an act or instace of calling back; an annulment , cancellation
scan (v) to examine closely (n) an examination
strand (n) a beach or shore (v) to leave in a hopeless position
strife (n) bitter disagreement fighting struggle
topple (v) to fall forward
Created by: emmad4