wordly wise book 11 lesson 12
|amity|| noun. |
Peaceful relations; friendship.
|animadversion|| noun. |
(Usually used with on.) A critical or hostile comment.
being in direct and outspoken opposition;
|antithesis|| noun. |
The direct contrast of one thing with another; the exact opposite,
|bellicose|| adjective. |
Inclined to quarrel; combative; warlike.
|bucolic|| adjective. |
Of or relating to country life; rustic; pastoral.
|craven||adjective. Utterly lacking courage; willing to give up or capitulate.|
|exalt|| verb. |
To raise in rank, wealth, or honor; to praise highly; glorify. (exalted: adj.)
overjoyed with excitement
|impugn|| verb. |
To attack as false; to call into question.
|introspective|| adjective. |
Inclined to look inward and examine one's thoughts and feelings.
|introspection|| noun. |
examination of one's own thoughts and feelings;
Work or activity for which one is particularly suited.
|penurious||adj. 1. Marked by extreme poverty. 2. Stingy, lacking generosity.|
An instance or condition of extreme hardship; a lack of comfort.
|sobriquet|| noun. |
|tantamount|| noun. |
Equivalent to; the same as.
|throes|| noun. |
Conditions of painful or difficult change, struggle, or turmoil.