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bkhs 11/F unit 12

sadlier-oxford vocab workshop level f unit 12

absolve to clear from blame, responsiblity or guilt
caricature a representation (drawing) in which the subjects characteristics are exaggerated
clangor a loud ringing sound
contiguous side by side, touching
cupidity an eager desire for something; greed
deleterious harmful, injurious
enhance to raise to a higher degree; to increase the value of
enthrall to captivate, charm
extenuate to lessen the seriousness of an offense by making excuses
implicit implied or understood, though unexpressed
incisive sharp, keen, penetrating
ostentatious marked by conspicuous or pretentious display; showy
paragon a model of excellence
paraphrase to restate in other words
politic prudent, shrewdly conceived or developed
prosaic dull, lacking originality, not poetic
redundant extra, excess, more than is needed, repetitive
sanctimonious making a show of virtue; self-righteous
scintillating sparkling, twinkling
winsome charming, attractive
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