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Read 990 Vocab 3

Vocabulary from chapter 3, book 3

voluminous having great fullness or volume
ionized relating to atoms with electrical charges
rumination thinking, considering, pondering
hyper-rationality excessive reasoning or logic
malleability capability of being shaped or molded
politesse courteous formality
transitions make connections between details
mapping a diagram that uses shapes to show how items are related
indigenizing making something part of an area or environment
particulate formed of separate small pieces
logistics management of the details or data of an operation
impasse a situation in which no progress has been made
incubation slow formation of thoughts or ideas
coup brilliantly executed strategy or plan
demographics the characteristics of a segment of population
context the words, phrases, and sentences that help determine the meaning of a word
technophobes people who are afraid of technology
picket group of people expressing a grievance or protest
inferior low in quality, value, or estimation
attitude state of mind or disposition
Created by: eboyum