Frankenstein Vocabulary- Mrs. Goode's Class

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Vocabulary for Chapeters 1-10 of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

effected

v: brought about; accomplished

inexorable

adj: not moved by persuasion; unrelenting

prudent

adj: cautious; careful

conciliating

v: soothing; friendly

indefatigable

adj: untiring

sublime

adj: majestic; awe inspiring

predilection

n: preference

prognosticated

v: indicated beforehand; predicted

cursory

adj: quick; not detailed; superficial

palpable

adj: recognizable; perceptible

dogmatism

n: prejudice; narroww-mindedness

allude

v: suggest; refer; intimate

apprehensions

n: fears; anxieties

approbation

n: approval; admiration

diffident

adj: retiring; self-effacing; shy

acceded

v: agreed; consented

callous

adj: cold; unfeeling

circumstantial

adj: inconclusive; indirect

candour

n: sincerity; openness

infamy

n: debasement; dishonor

timorous

adj: fearful; timid

wean

v: disengage: phase out

dissipated

v: dispersed; scattered

satiated

v: satisfied; gorged

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