Sadlier-Oxford Level D Unit 6

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atone

to make up for

bondage

slavery, servitude, captivity

credible

believable

defray

to pay for

diligent

hardworking, industrious, not lazy

doleful

sad, dreary

ghastly

frightful, horrible, deathly pale

hamper

to hold back

hew

to shape or cut down with an ax

impoverished

poor, in a state of poverty

incessant

never stopping, going all the time

intricate

complicated, complex

lucid

easy to understand, intelligible, clear

posthumous

occurring or published after death

prim

overly neat, precise, fastidious

sardonic

grimly, bitterly sarcastic, wry

superfluous

excess, surplus

taunt

to jeer at, mock, ridicule

supplant

to take the place of, oust

tenacious

holding fast, obstinate, dogged

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