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Vocab Unit 3 Yellow

QuestionAnswer
Ajar Partly open
Annihilate To destroy completely; to leave in utter ruin
Avert 1. To turn away 2. To prevent
Canine Of, or relating to, dogs
Citrus Fruit of the family that includes oranges, lemons, grapefruits, and limes.
Infamous Having a very bad reputation; famous for something evil
Incident Something that happens in real life or in a story; an event, sometimes one that is a slight problem
Figment Something that is made up in the mind, but has no connection to reality
Fruitless Useless; unsuccessful
Pending Unfinished; remaining to be decided
Poised 1. Balanced or ready for action. 2. Calm and controlled
Prior Earlier, former
Radiant Shining, bright; giving off light or energy
Saga A story of heroic exploits; a long, detailed account
Uncertainty Doubt; the state of being unsure
Created by: jenwalls