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The Crucible Act 3 C

The Crucible Act 3 ~ Mrs. Corbelli

pretense Something imagined or pretended
plaintiff The party that institutes a suit in a court.
guile skillful deceit
daft mad; crazy; foolish; stupid
revelation the act of revealing or disclosing
auger tool for boring holes in wood
contentious quarrelsome, belligerent, argumentative
undermine to weaken, injure, or impair
ipso facto by the fact itself; by that very fact (Latin)
deposition testimony under oath, especially a statement by a witness that is written down or recorded for use in court at a later date
Created by: JCorbelli