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Lesson 6 (Vocab)

Word Study

Abolish To bring to an end; to do away with.
Agony 1.Great pain of mind or body;suffering 2.Very painful. (agonizing)
Catapult A machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with great force.
Character 1.The qualities that make a person or place different or special. 2.A person in a story, movie, or play. 3.A letter or symbol used in writing or painting.
Denounce 1.To speak out against something;to criticize. 2.To accuse someone of doing wrong.
Escalate To go up or increase in size or scope.
Grim 1.Cruel;fierce. 2.Unfriendly or threatening;stern. 3.Unpleasant;disturbing.
Harbor A protected place along a seacoast where ships can find shelter.
Inflict To cause something painful to be felt.
Loathe 1.To hate or dislike greatly. 2.A feeling of hatred. (loathing)
Meddle 1.To involve oneself in other people's affairs without being asked. 2.Given to taking part in others' affairs without being asked. (meddlesome)
Monstrous 1.Causing shock;horrible;wicked. 2.Extremely large.
Rouse 1.To awaken,to wake up. 2.To stir up;to excite.
Steadfast Unchanging'steady'loyal.
Translate To put into a different language.
Created by: nickol357