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Vocab. Lev. B

Unit 11

WordDefinition
adequate sufficient, enough
ajar partly open
dialogue a conversation between two or more people
emblem a symbol, sign or token
gigantic huge, giant, immense
havoc very great destruction, ruin
hearth the floor of a fireplace, the fireside as a symbol of the home
implore to beg earnestly for
infamous very wicked, disgraceful, shameful
innumerable too many to count, without number
lax not strict, careless
mar to spoil, damage, injure
misdemeanor a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony, any minor misconduct
mull to think about, ponder
narrative the story, detailed report, having the quality or the nature of a story
overture an opening move toward, negotiation or action, a proposal or offer
pact an agreement, treaty
stalemate a situation in which further action by either of two opponents is impossible
vindictive bearing a grudge, feeling or showing a strong tendency toward revenge
wilt to become limp and drooping, wither, to loose strength and vigor
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