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bkhs 12/G unit 11

sadlier-oxford vocab workshop level g unit 10

abrogate to repeal, cancel
ambient completely surrounding, encompassing
asperity roughness, severity, bitterness
burnish to make smooth or glossy by rubbing, polish
cabal a small group working in secret
delectable delightful, highly enjoyable, delicious
deprecate to express mild disaproval, to belittle
detritus loose bits and pieces of material resulting from disintingration or wearing away
ebullient overflowing with enthusiasm and excitement, bubbly
eclectic drawn from different sources
flaccid limp, not firm
impecunious having little or no money
inexorable inflexible, beyond influence, relentless
moribund dying, on the way out
necromancer one who claims to reveal or influence the future through magic; a magician or wizard
onerous burdensome, involving hardship or difficulty
rife common, prevalent, widespread
rudiments the parts of any subject or discipline that are learned first
sequester to set apart, spearate for a special purpose
winnow to get rid of something unwanted, to delete
Created by: mrsgluszak