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voc unit 5 Level A

acute (adj) with a sharp point; keen and alert
bluster (v) to talk or act in an noisy or threatening way (n) speech that is loud and threatening
bungle (v) to act or work clumsily and awkwardly
commentary (n) a series of notes clarifying or explaining something
duration (n) the length of time that something continues
eerie (adj) causing fear because of strangeness
facet (n) one aspect or side of a subject or problem; one of the cut surfaces of a gem
fidelity (n) the state of being faithful; exactness
fray (n) a noisy quarrel (v) to wear away by rubbing
headstrong (adj) willful, stubborn
inhabitant (n) one living permanently in a given place
numb (adj) having loss of power of feeling or movement (v) to dull the feelings of
pacify (v) to make peaceful or calm to sooth
ravenous (adj) greedy very hungry
refute (v) to prove incorrect
remorse (n) deep painful regret for ones past misdeeds
setback (n) something that interferes with progress
smug (adj) overly self satisfied
synopsis (n) a summery
tarry (v) to delay leaving; to linger; to wait
Created by: emmad4