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bkhs 11/F unit 11

sadlier-oxford vocab workshop level f unit 11

abstemious moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking)
censurable deserving of blame or correction
contingent likely but not certain to happen, possible; a representative group forming part of a larger body
corroborate to confirm, make more certain
denizen an inhabitant, resident
discursive passing aimlessly from one place or subject to another, rambling
disseminate to scatter or spread widely
dowdy poorly dressed, shabby
florid highly colored, reddish; showy
foist to impose by fraud, to pass off as worthy or genuine
gauche awkward, lacking in social graces, tactless
heresy an opinion different from accepted belief
inculcate to impress on the mind by repetition
palpable capable of being touched or felt
preceptive having sympathetic insight or understanding
pernicious extremely harmful
salient leaping, jumping, or springing forth, conspicuous
satiate to satisfy completely; to fill to excess
sear to make or become dry and withered; to char or scorch the surface
specious deceptive; apparently good by lacking real merit
Created by: mrsgluszak