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bkhs 11/F unit 4

sadlier-oxford vocab workshop level f unit 4

affable courteous and pleasant, sociable
aggrandize to increase in greatness, power or wealth
amorphous shapeless, without definite form
aura that which surrounds (atmosphere)
contraband illegal traffic, smuggled goods, illegal
erudite scholarly, learned
gossamer thin, light delicate; a very thin cloth
infer to find out by reasoning; to arrive at a conclusion
inscrutable incapable or being understood
insular relating to, characteristic or, or situated on an island.
irrevocable incapable of being changed
propensity a natural inclination toward
querulous peevish, complaining
remonstrate to aruge or plead with someone against something, protest against
repudiate to disown, reject
resilient able to return to an origial shape or form; able to recover quickly
reverberate to re-echo, resound
scurrilous coarsely abusive, vulgar, low
sedulous persistent
sleazy thin or flimsy in texture; cheap, disreputable
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