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9th: lesson 7 ww

Wordly Wise 9th grade Lesson 7

Amorous Expressing love or the stae of being in love.
Belittle To present or speak of as unimportant or of little value.
Censure To blame or find fault with.
Deem To consider; to believe.
Divulge To make known something secret; to reveal.
Exorbitant Exceeding normal bounds; greater or more than seems reasonable.
Expostulate To argue earnestly in an attempt to dissuade or show strong disapproval.
Fateful Having great or significant consequences.
Ingrate An ungreatful person.
Injunction An order or command. OR A court order prohibiting someone from doing something.
Moribund Close to death; in a dying state.
Motif A theme or idea in a work of art or literature that is developed or repated. OR; A figure or design repeated in the decoration of something, sucha s a building or textile.
Subsidize To support by giving financial aid.
Sumptuous Extravagantly splendid or costly; luxurious.
Voluble Characterized by a ready flow of words; talkative.
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