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12 terms

The Other Wes Moore Chapter 2

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Facade
a deceptive outward appearance; a misrepresentation; a fake face or front of a building
ruthless
without mercy or pity
tattered
worn to shreds; torn up ragged
Monolith
a single great stone (often in the form of a column or obelisk;something made out of one single large block or piece of stone; one single stone
Picturesque
visually charming or quaint;
like a picture; pleasing or charming to look at
incapaciated
disabled; unable to act or respond
makeshift
(n) a temporary substitute for something else; (adj) crude, flimsy, or temporary
perpetual
uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing;everlasting
anticipate
regard something as probable or likely; expect, look forward to
engulf
to swallow up, overwhelm, consume
apathy
the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things generally; extreme lack of interest
postapocalyptic
relating to a time after the total (or near total) destruction of the worled.