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Truth vocab- 1-53

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vanity excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements
steadfast resolutely or dutifully firm and unwavering
extracurricular pursued in addition to the normal course of study
congregation a group of people assembled for religious worship
gallantly to do something in a brave or heroic way
theoretical concerned with or involving the theory of a subject or area of study, rather then its practical application
vital Important; necessary
portrayal to show someone of something in a work of art of literature
bedlam chaos and confusion
stamina the ability to withstand much physical or mental effort
insolence purposely being disrespectful
foreseen to be aware of beforehand; anticipate
allocated to set aside money or resources for a particular purpose
outraged to be extremely angry, shocked, or upset
Created by: Kayla1