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Vocabulary 6 Level D

atone to make up for; expiate
bondage slavery; servitude; subjection
credible believable; plausible
defray to pay for
diligent hardworking, industrious, assiduous, sedulous
doleful sad; dreary
ghastly frightful, horrible, appalling
hamper to hold back; impede
hew to shape or cut down with an ax; to hold to; adhere
impoverished poor in a state of poverty; depleted, destitute, indigent
incessant never stopping, going on all the time ceaseless
intricate complicated, complex
lucid easy to understand, clear; rational, limpid
posthumous occurring or published after death; postmortem
prim overly neat, precise, proper, or formal; fastidious, prudish
sardonic grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic; caustic, mordant
superfluous exceeding what is sufficient or required, surplus
supplant to take the place of, supersede
taunt to jeer at; an insulting or mocking remark, ridicule, deride
tenacious holding fast; holding together firmly; persistent; obstinate
Created by: Lidiak