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Level C Unit 4

Words1Meaning1Words2Meaning2
annul to reduce to nothing blase indifferent, bored as a reult of having to many pleasures
bolster to support, give a boost to deplore to feel or express regret or disapproval
frivolous of little importance muster to bring together for service or battle
nonentity a person or thing of no importance obsess to trouble, haunt or fill the mind
ornate elaborately decorated oust to remove, drive out
peruse to read thoroughly and carefully porous full of tiny wholes
promontory a high point of land extending into water prone lying face down, likely
qualm a pang of conscience, uneasiness, misgiving, or doubt recourse a person of thing turned to for help or advice
residue a remainder solicitous showing care or concern
staid serious and dignified, quiet or subdued in character or conduct sustain to suppose, nourish, keep up
Created by: RockingSkater93