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Lessons 5 & 6

Vocabulary Power Plus

adamant unyielding; firm in opinion
apathy a lack of interest; state of not caring
clement merciful; lenient
cliche a worn-out idea or overused expression
condone to forgive or overlook an offense
connoisseur an expert in matters of culture, food, or wine
credence belief or trust
cult an organized group of people with an obsessive devotion to a person or set of principles
diffident lacking in self-confidence; shy
dilettante one who merely dabbles in an art or science
disparity inequality; difference
enigma a mystery; something seemingly inexplicable
extol to praise highly
inexorable unrelenting; unavoidable
jaunty having a buoyant, self-confident air; brisk and crisp
nuance a slight or subtle degree of difference
officious excessively eager to deliver unasked-for or unwanted help
opus a creative work, especially a numbered composition
ostensible professed but not necessarily true
rancor extreme hatred or ill will
Created by: cdemmer