vocab 17 and 18

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impute

to assign blame or responsibility for; attribute

dispute

to disagree with, a disagreement or argument; argument

disreputable

not respectable, having a bad reputation; notorious

connotation

an image or idea associated with a word; overtone

denotation

the dictionary definition of a word

annotate

to explain or discuss through a note

irrational

not based on reason or logic; illogical

rationale

a reason for doing something; explanation

rationalize

justify, give reason for; excuse

conscientious

diligent and careful

unconscionable

not obeying moral laws, unscrupulous

prescient

showing knowledge of events before they happen; far-sighted

aesthetic

having to do with beauty or order, artistic

anesthetic

a substance which causes loss of feeling

apathetic

not interested, having no strong emotion towards; indifferent

empathy

sharing of another's emotions; compassion

pathos

power of evoking great sadness or sympathy; pitifulness

antipathy

hostility or hatred; dislike

sentient

conscious, aware

sentinel

one who watches or guards

sentiment

a feeling about something; attitude

presentiment

a feeling about something before it happens; foreboding

tangible

able to be grasped or perceived; concrete

tactile

pertaining to touch

intact

unbroken, whole; unharmed

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