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Unit 11

St. Mary Vocab Unit 11

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making no sense at all, going completely against or having no reason absurd
a large mass of snow, ice, rocks, or other material sliding or falling swiftly down a mountainside; something resembling such an event. avalanche
to group or label in an organized way classify
to make sure, safe, or certain; to guarantee ensure
to plan and steer the course of a vessel or vehicle; to make one's way, get around navigate
to settle down comfortably; to hold on lovingly nestle
an urgent request for help;the answer given in a law court by a person accused of a crime plea
a basic rule or law on which others are based; a belief used to tell right from wrong principle
using facts and good sense to evaluate people, things, or situations; concerned with the practical; resembling real life realistic
freedom from danger, fear, or doubt; safety security
very careful about choosing or using selective
having a sharp or sour taste; sharp in manner or tone; a small pie, usually filled with fruit tart
Created by: MRoach-okc