Classical Roots Chapter 4

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inception

the beginning of something

incipient

in its early stages

annihilate

to destroy completely

nihilism

the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs

negate

to disprove or to repeal

renegade

an outlaw

vacuous

empty, especially of meaning or purpose

vanity

conceit, especially about one's appearance

vaunt

to brag about

aperture

an opening, especially one that admits light

overt

done or shown openly

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