Shurley English Book 5 ch 19

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8 terms

contemptible

not deserving any respect at all; disgraceful

admirable

inspiring admiration or approval

adversity

hardship; misfortune

misfortune

ill fortune, mishap, calamity; trouble

conceited

having an overly high opinion of oneself or one's appearance

humble

marked by meekness or modesty

creditor

a person to whom money is owed

lender

someone who lends money or gives credit in business matters

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