sheridan vocab lessons 7 and 8

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gird

to prepare for an event or action

daunt

to make afraid; to discourage

flux

state of continual change or movement

hovel

wretched living place; an open shed

cadaverous

corpse-like; pale, gaunt, thin

gothic

of the middle ages; relating to a mysterious, grotesque, and desolate style of fiction

penury

extreme poverty

egress

an exit

felicity

happiness; bliss

despot

dictator with absolute power

beget

to produce; make happen

educe

to draw or bring out

glean

to collect bit by bit; to gather with patient labor

chafe

to wear or irritate, often through rubbing or friction

effrontery

shameless boldness

imbibe

to drink (especially alcohol)

feign

to pretend

desist

to stop; discontinue

allude

to hint at, to refer to indirectly

elite

the choice members or nest of a group

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