Vocabulary Workshop Second Course - Lesson 27

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articulate

using distinct syllables or words; able to speak clearly; to speak clearly and distinctly; to express in words

category

a division or group in any classification system; a class

demolish

to tear down; to wreck; to ruin

denial

a statement that something is false; a refusal of a request or right; a rejection of a belief

detach

to unfasten; to disconnect

distraction

something that diverts or draws attention away; the act of diverting attention; a condition of mental distress

illuminate

to provide with light; to make understandable; to clarify; to decorate a manuscript with colorful designs

inclination

a tendency; a personal preference or liking; a slant or slope

testify

to bear witness to, expecially in court; to give evidence

upbraid

to scold or criticize sharply

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