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Sadlier-Oxford Level D

auxiliary giving assisstance or support; a helper, aid
candid frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
cubicle a small room or compartment
drudgery work that is hard and tiresome
envoy a representative or messenger (as of a government)
escalate to elevate; to increase in intensity
expedient a means to an end; advantageous, useful
feign to pretend
flair a natural quality, talent, or skill; a distinctive style
grievous causing sorrow or pain; serious
heterogeneous composed of different kinds, diverse
horde a vast number (as of people); a throng
impel to force, drive forward
incredulous disbelieving, skeptical
inscribe to write or engrave; to enter a name on a list
monologue a speech by one actor; a long talk by one person
prognosis a forecast of the probable course and outcome of a disease or situation
rasping with a harsh, grating sound; a harsh sound
repugnant offensive, disagreeable, distasteful
scuttle to sink a ship by cutting holes in it; to get rid of something in a decisive way; to run hastily, scurry; a pail
Created by: CompEnglish9B