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unit 10 vocab f

QuestionAnswer
accrue to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural result
annotation a critical or explanatory note or comment; especially for a literary work
bedlam a state or scene or uproar and confusion
Covert Hidden, disguised, purposefully kept a secret sheltered
Debonair Pleasant, courteous, lighthearted; smooth & polished in manner & appearance
Dun To demand insistently especially in payment of a debt. (n) a creditor. Dark, dull, drab, dingy
Efficacious Effective, producing results
Equanimity Calmness, composure, refusal to panic
Fortuitous Accidental, occurring by a happy chance, lucky
Gist Essential part, main pt
Gratuitous Freely given, not called for by circumstance, unwarranted
Imperious Overbearing, arrogant, seeking to dominate; pressing, compelling
Invective A strong denunciation or condemnation; abusive language. Abusive, vituperative, swear words, foul language.
Motley Showing great variety; composed of different elements or many colors. (n)A jester's costume; a jester
Munificent Extremely generous, lavish
Procrastinate Delay, to put off till later
Provocative Tending to produce strong feeling or response
Recondite Exceeding ordinary knowledge & understanding
Reprobate A depraved, vicious, or unprincipled person, scoundrel; (adj) wicked, corrupt, or unprincipled; (v) to disapprove of, condemn
Sedentary Characterized by or calling for continued sitting; remaining in 1 place.
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