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English Unit #7

Authorize To approve or permit, to give power or authority to.
Culprit A person who has commited a crime or is guilty of some misconduct. An offender.
Dawdle To waste time, be idle, to spendd more time doing something than neccessary.
Dissect To cut apart in preporation for scientific study, to annalyze with great care.
Expend To pay out, spendto use up.
Fatality An event resulting in death, an accidental death.
Gullible Easily fooled, tricked, or cheated.
Illicit Not permited, unlawful, improper.
Immerse To plunge or diped into a fluid to involve deeply.
Inflammitory Causing excitement or anger, leading to violence or disorder.
Memorandom A note to aid ones memory. an informal note or report.
Pathetic Marked ny strong emotion expecially pity and sorrow, able to move people emotionnally, worthy of pity woefully innatequit.
Persavere To keep doing something in spite of difficulties to refuse to quit even when the going is tough.
Prevaricate To lie tell an untruth to mislead on purpose.
Quash To crush put down completely.
Relish imployment or satisfaction something that adds a pleasing flavor.
Reminisce To recall one's past thoughts fellings or experiences.
Scour To clean or polish by hand rubbing to examine with great care to move about quicklt in search of.
Tribute Something done or given to shhow thanks or respect a payment.
Writhe to make twisting or turning movements in a way that suggests payne or stuggle.
Created by: sammi1892