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Blue Level, Unit 10

sadlier oxford vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
abolish (v) to do away with something; put an end t.
appeal (n) a request for something needed; ability that attracts people, a request to a higher court; (v) ask strongly for help; to be attractive; to request review of legal decision
brittle (adj) easily broken, snapped, or cracked; not flexible
condemn (v) to criticize a person or action as wrong, guilty, evil; to judge as guilty and to punish
descend (v)to move to a lower place from a higher one; to come or be handed down from the past
dictator (n) ruler or leader who has total power
expand (v) to open up, make or grow larger; to develop
famine (n) a severe shortage of food over a large area.
portable (adj.) easily moved or carried
prey (n) animal hunted as food by another; someone helpless against attack; (v) to hunt for food; to harm
thrifty (adj) careful about spending money; tending to save money; managing money well
visual (adj) having to do with sight or seeing
Created by: davenlor1955