Danforth Semester 2 Groups 1-4 Vocabulary

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indomitable

unconquerable or unyielding

irrevocable

impossible to change

presage

to foreshadow, foretell, or predict

schism

a division or separation

sentient

having feeling or awareness

cajolery

persuasion by flattery

largesse

generosity

indigent

needy or poor

felicitations

congratulations

itinerant

nomadic or wandering

Intrinsic

a natural or fundamental part of

autonomous

independent or self-governing

anthology

a collection of works

savant

a genius or scholar

altercation

a disagreement or dispute

extraneous

unnecessary, unneeded, or superfluous

indue

to endow or invest with

martial

pertaining to the military

multifarious

varied or diverse

lassitude

a physical weariness or fatigue

amelioration

betterment or improvement

allocate

to apportion or allot

decry

to condemn

augment

to raise or increase

pragmatic

practical or workable

scintillating

sparkling or brilliant

salubrious

healthy or beneficial

candor

complete honesty

moot

having no consequences

fastidious

fussy, detailed, or picky

derelict

ruined or abandoned; negligent

calumny

slander

finesse

grace

myriad

countless or vast

scrupulous

precise or exact; moral or honest

salient

insightful or brilliant

canon

a law or principle

probity

integrity

austere

very plain

satiety

fullness

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