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Week 15 Vocab

pervade (v) to spread out to every party
petulant (adj) irritable; ill tempered
philanthropy (n) love of humankind
placate (v) to calm down someone; to make less angry
plausible (adj) seeming right or reasonable
plummet (v) to drop straight down, sharply or abruptly
potent (adj) having great power, influence, or effect
precedent (n) an earlier occurence of something similar
promulgate (v) to proclaim, put into action
prudent (adj) careful; using judgement and foresight
rampant (adj) unrestrained
raucous (adj) making or constituting a disturbingly harsh or loud noice
rectify (v) to correct; straighten; make amends for
rectitude (n) strict honestly; moral integrity
redolent (adj) full of fragrance