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Vocabulary set 3

vocabulary words

QuestionAnswer
continuity the condition of being without a stop or interruption; an uninterrupted succession or flow.
converge to approach the same point from different directions; meet; to move toward a common conclusion or result.
crux the basic or essential feature of something; a baffling or puzzling point that is difficult to explain.
initiate to being; originate; cause to begin; to admit into membership beginner; novice.
pivotal central or crucial to something;very important; pertaining to a pivot, shaft about which a related part rotates or swings.
sequel something that follows; continuation; a result or consequence; a literary work that, while complete in itself,continues an already existing narrative.
subordinate one subject to the authority of another of a lower class rank; inferior to put in a lower class or rank; make inferior.
tangential only superficially relevant or related.
terminate to bring to an en; conclude.
ultimate last; coming at the end;farthest; extreme; greatest possible.
Created by: Charneice