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unit 10 level F vocabulary

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accrue
(v.) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural result
SYN: collect, accumulate, proceed from
annotation
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a literary work
SYN: none
bedlam
(n.) a state or scene of uproar and confusion
SYN: commotion, pandemonium, chaos, anarchy
covert
(adj.) hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret; sheltered, secluded; (n.) a sheltered place, a hiding place
SYN: (adj.) undercover, clandestine, sub-rosa
debonair
(adj.) pleasant, courteous, lighthearted; smooth and polished in manner and appearance
SYN: carefree, jaunty, gracious, suave, urbane
dun
(v.) to demand insistently, especially in payment of a debt; (n.) a creditor; (adj.) dark, dull, drab, dingy
SYN: (v.) hound, pester, harass, nag
efficacious
(adj.) effective, producing results
SYN: effectual, efficient, potent, powerful
equanimity
(n.) calmness, composure, refusal to panic
SYN: tranquillity, imperturbability
fortuitous
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
SYN: unintentional, unplanned, random, lucky
gist
(n.) the essential part, main point, or essence
SYN: substance, core, nucleus
gratuitous
(adj.) Freely given; not called for by circumstances, unwarranted
SYN: voluntarily, unjustified, uncalled-for
imperious
(adj.) Overbearing, arrogant; seeking to dominate; pressing, compelling
SYN: domineering, magisterial, urgent, imperative
invective
(n.) a strong denunciation or condemnation; abusive language; (adj.) abusive, vituperative
SYN: (n.) vituperation, abuse, diatribe, philippic
motley
(adj.) showing great variety; composed of different elements or many colors; (n.) a jester's costume; a jester
SYN: (adj.) variegated, heterogeneous, diverse (n.) fool
munificent
(adj.) extremely generous, lavish
SYN: bounteous, liberal
procrastinate
(v.) To delay, put off until later
SYN: stall, temporize, dillydally
provocative
(adj.) tending to produce a strong feeling or response; arousing desire or appetite; irritating, annoying
SYN: stimulating, arousing, vexing, galling
recondite
(adj.) Exceeding ordinary knowledge and understanding
SYN: esoteric, arcane, profound, abstruse
reprobate
(n.) a depraved, vicious, or unprincipled person, scoundrel; (adj.) wicked, corrupt, or unprincipled; (v.) to disapprove of, condemn
SYN: (n.) scoundrel, blackguard; (adj.) immoral, corrupt
sedentary
(adj.) characterized by or calling for continued sitting; remaining in one place
SYN: seated, stationary, static