AOR English IV #10

10 terms by aleserocke 

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banal

adj-predictable, clichéd, boring

distraught

adj-deeply troubled, as with worry or grief

eschew

verb shun or keep away from; avoid

indiscretion

noun an act at variance with the accepted morality of the society

liability

money owed; something disadvantageous

palatable

adj-acceptable to the taste, sufficiently agreeable to be consumed; also used as acceptable to the mind or sensibilities

placate

verb-to soothe or pacify

reticent

adj-silent, reserved; not eager

Versatile

adj-capable of doing many things well, having more than one function

vindicate

verb to clear, as from an accusation, imputation, suspicion, or the like

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