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Vocab for English. The second list from Frederick Douglass.

unpardonable

not excusable; completely unacceptable

tremble

to shake involuntarily from fear or excitement

multifarious

having different parts, elements, or forms

consequence

the effects or outcome of the result of an action or situation

stratagem

a careful plan or method

suppress

to stop something from working efficiently; to quell

contradiction

asserting the opposite (n)

execrate

to detest; to hate; to declare to be evil

supposition

an assumption; a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence

fluctuate

to change continually; to shift back and forth irregularly

prejudice

a preconceived opinion not based on knowledge

abscond

to depart in a sudden or secret manner; to steal or take intentionally

imbibe

to drink something

ascertain

to find out definitely; to learn with certainty or assurance

pursue

to follow; to proceed along; to chase in order to catch, overtake, or attack

defile

to make something less pure, good, or holy

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