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Vocab Unit 7 Yellow

QuestionAnswer
Abode A home; a place where someone lives
Acknowledge To admit that something is real or true; to express that you know someone or something
Agitate To disturb either physically or emotionally; to shake up
Dismantle To take apart, often making something useless
Dismal Causing sadness or gloom
Hospitable Being nice and generous to strangers or guests
Intensify To make or become more intense; to strengthen
Implore To beg for something, or to ask very seriously
Inundate 1. To overwhelm with too much of something 2. To flood or cover, as with water
Negligent Being careless; not paying attention to the things you have to do
Oration A speech, especially one in public for a special occasion
Perturb To bother or disturb greatly
Reprimand To scold in a very strong or serious way
Sequel Something that comes after something else, especially a book or a movie that continues the story of an earlier work
Supervise To be in charge of something or someone; to manage
Created by: jenwalls