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bkhs 12/G unit 12

sadlier-oxford vocab workshop level g unit 12

QuestionAnswer
aesthetic pertaining to beauty
defunct no longer in existence or functioning, dead
discomfit to frustrate, thwart or defeat
espouse to take up and support; to become attached to
fetish an object believed to have magical powers, an object of unreasonable devotion
gregarious living together in a herd or group, sociable
hapless marked by a persistent absence of good luck
impeccable faultless, beyond criticism or blame
importune to trouble with demands, to beg for insistently
interpolate to insert between other parts or things, to present as an addition or correction
irreparable incapable of being repaired
laconic concise, using few words
languish to become weak, to suffer neglect
mendacious given to lying or deception
nadir the lowest part
omnipresent present in all places at all times
perfunctory done in a superficial or half-hearted manner, without enthusiasm
plaintive expressive of sorrow
requite to make suitable repayment, as for a kindness, service or favor
tantamount equivalent, having the same value, meaning or effect
Created by: mrsgluszak