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Regular Vocab Words

definitions, synonyms, antonyms

askance something done with a hint of suspicion, doubt, or disapproval
contingent dependent upon something else
disparity inequality of difference, the condition of being unequal, a difference that is unfair
erratic having no fixed course or purpose, irregular, random wandering, unpredictable
abdicate to cast off, to relinquish formally
abhor to regard with extreme dislike, loathe
abhorrent utterly opposed, inspiring disgust
absolve to free from guilt blame or consequence, to set free from duty obligation or responsibility
acquisitive having a strong desire to acquire things, often having a selfish desire expecially for material possessions
acrimonious having or showing deep resentment, bitter
admonish to express warning or disapproval, to give friendly advice or encouragement
Created by: debsmith