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WWWB Lesson 7 Vocab

claustrophobia n. an abnormal fear of narrow, enclosed spaces
colleague n. an associate or coworker of similar status
condescend condescending v. 1. to lower oneself to a position one considers inferior 2. to behave in an offensively superior manner adj. showing an offensively superior manner
contingent adj. 1. conditional; depending on something else 2. likely, but not certain to happen; possible n. a group that is part of a larger one
daunt daunting v. to discourage or intimidate adj. so difficult or dangerous as to discourage or intimidate
deluge n. 1. a downpour of rain; a flood 2. a flood of anything v. to flood or overwhelm
dispel v. to clear away; to remove or get rid of, as if by scattering
dub v. to give a title, nickname, or description to
fanfare n. 1. a sounding of trumpets or other brass instruments 2. any showy display
fledgling n. 1. a young bird just learning how to fly 2. a young and inexperienced person adj. new and untested
inane inanity adj. empty; shallow or silly n. foolishness; a silly or pointless act
mettle n. courage to bear up under difficult circumstances; spirit
negligible adj. small and unimportant, not worth noticing
protract v. to draw out or lengthen (in time)
replica n. a copy or reproduction, especially one on a smaller scale than the original
Created by: amauchet