Workshop G Unit 6

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abject

(adj.) degraded; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; complete and unrelieved

agnostic

(n.)one who believes that nothnig can be known about god; a skeptic

complicity

(n.) involvement in wrongdoing; the state of being an accomplice

derelict

(n.) someone or something that is abandoned or neglected; (adj.) left abandoned; neglectful of duty

diatribe

(n.) a bitter and prolonged verbal attack

effigy

(n.) a crude image of a despised person

equity

(n.) the state or quality of being just or fair

inane

(adj.) silly, empty of meaning or value

indictment

(n.) the act of accusing, a formal accusation

indubitable

(adj.) certain, not to be doubted or denied

intermittent

(adj.) stopping and beginning again, sporadic

moot

(adj.) debatable, questionable

motif

(n.) a principal idea, theme or element; a repeated or dominant figure in a design

neophyte

(n.) beginner, novice

perspicacity

(n.) keenness in observing and understanding

plenary

(adj.) complete in all aspects; absolute

surveillance

(n.) careful, close, and disciplined observation

sylvan

(adj.) pertaining to or characteristic of forests

testy

(adj.) easily irritated; characterized by impatience and exasperation

travesty

(n.) a grotesque or grossly inferior imitation

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