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Vocab Unit 2 Yellow

QuestionAnswer
Acquire To gain ownership of something; to obtain by one’s own actions
Addict A person who becomes dependent on something that is habit-forming, like a drug or an activity
Aspire To desire something eagerly, especially something important or in the future
Chorus 1. A group of people trained to sing together 2. A part of a song that’s repeated after each verse
Conjure To make something happen or come into being as though by magic
Firebrand A troublemaker; someone who encourages others to rebel
Gravity 1. The force that makes objects fall toward the center of the Earth (or any other large mass) 2. Seriousness
Magnetic 1. Having the power to attract 2. Being able to attract iron
Mirth Joy, fun, and laughter
Quench To put out, extinguish, to satisfy
Subtle Difficult to perceive, barely observable; delicate
Sullen Silent or gloomy because of anger or resentment
Toxic Poisonous; causing harm
Urgent Needing fast action or attention
Wary Cautious and watchful; careful of danger
Created by: jenwalls