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bkhs 12/G unit 5

sadlier-oxford vocab workshop level g unit 5

acuity sharpness or the mind or senses
delineate to portray, sketch or describe in detail
depraved marked by evil and corruption
enervate to weaken
esoteric intended for or understood by a select few only; secret
fecund fruitful in offspring; intellectually productive
fiat an arbitrary order or decree
figment a fabrication of the mind
garner to acquire as the result of effort, to gather
hallow to set apart as holy or sacred
idiosyncrasy a peculiarity that serves to distinguish or identify
ignominy shame and disgrace
mundane earthly, concerning what is ordinary
nuance a subtle or slight variation
overweening conceited, excessive
penchant a strang attraction or inclination
reputed according to reputation or general belief
sophistry reasing that seems plausible, but is unsound; a fallacy
sumptuous costly, rich, magnificent
ubiquitous present or existing everywhere
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