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Sadlier Oxford D

WCHS Unit 7-D

WordDefinition
adieu (int.) "Farewell!"; (n) a farewell
advent (n) an arrival; a coming into a place or view
apex (n) the highest point, tip
assimilate (v) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own; to adapt fully
bogus (adj) false, counterfeit
exorbitant (adj) unreasonably high; excessive
interim (n) the time between; (adj) temporary, coming between two points in time
inundate (v) to flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size
malign (v) to speak evil of, slander; (adj) evil
meander (v) to wander about, wind about; (n) a sharp turn or twist
metropolis (n) a large city; the chief city of an area
momentous (adj) very important
obstreperous (adj) noisy; unruly, disorderly
pensive (adj) thoughtful; melancholy
perilous (adj) dangerous
shoddy (adj) of poor quality; characterized by inferior workmanship
sprightly (adj) lively, full of life; spicy, flavorful
surly (adj) angry and bad-tempered; rude
tirade (n) a long, angry speech, usually very critical
vagrant (n) an idle wanderer, tramp; (adj) wandering, aimlessly
Created by: dmoudy