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R.E Vocab

Cliche a phrase that is no longer very effective or meaningful because of being used too often.
Commend to speak of without approval;to praise
Competent able to do something
deception a trick or lie
drudgery dull, uninteresting work
erode to wear away slowly
falter to hesitate;not to go straight forward;to lose courage
hoard a stored supply, often hidden
intimidate to frighten; to influence by fear
jubilant feeling great joy;filled with gladness and rejoice
offend to cause,to feel hurt or angry;to insult
retrieve to get back;to recover
steadfast firm and unchanging;loyal,true
tact the ability to deal with difficult situations without making people feel hurt or insulted
abhor to hate; to shrink from with disgust
acute sharp and severe
bicker to argue over an unimportant matter
etiquette the manners and behavior considered to be acceptable
foolhardy foolishly daring
genial pleasantly cheerful and kindly
imply to suggest or express without directly saying it
initiative the ability to see what needs to be done and take a leading role in getting it done.
menace a serious threat
persevere to keep at something even though it is difficult.
ponder to consider carefully; to think deeply about
quaint strange; odd, or old fashioned in a pleasing way.
remorse deep regret and a feeling of guilt over one's wrongdoing.
vague not clear or definite
vital very important:absolutely necessary
Created by: Bowzer