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Unit 12 Vocab Seth

Unit 12 Flash

QuestionAnswer
appreciable adj2- sufficient ti be noticed or measured
autocratic adj3- absolute in power or authority
blanch v- to remove the color from; to make or turn pale; to parboil
blasphemy n1- an act, utterance, or writing showing contempt for something sacred
brawny adj1- strong, muscular
concerted adj2- planned or performed in cooperation with others
contend v2- to fight, struggle; to compete; to argue
humane adj2- kind, merciful
illustrious adj2- very famous, distinguished
intolerable adj2- unbearable
irreverant adj2- disrespectful
laborious adj2- not east, requiring hard work; hardworking
lithe adj- bending easily, limber
maltreat v2- to abuse, use roughly or crudely
ponder v1- to consider carefully, reflect on
subversive adj2- intended to undermine or overthrow n- one who advocates or attempts to undermine a political science
synthetic adj2- made or put together by people; n- something articial
temperate adj1- mild, moderate
venomous adj1- poisonous; spiteful, mean
wily adj1- sly, shrewd, cunning
Created by: just4vocab