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22 terms

AP English 11 Vocab Set 18

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Blighted
suffering from disease; destroyed
Blithe
gay; joyous; heedless
Bloated
swollen or puffed as with water or air
Bludgeon
club; heavy-handed weapon
Bluff adj.
rough but good natured
Bluff n.
pretense (of strength); deception; high cliff
Blunder
error
Blurt
utter impulsively
Bluster
blow in heavy gusts; threaten emptily; bully
Bode
foreshadow; portend
Bogus
counterfeit; not authentic
Bohemian
unconventional (in an artistic way)
Boisterous
violent; rough; noisy
Bolster
support reinforce
Bolt n.
door-bar; fastening pin or screw; length of fabric
Bolt v.
dash or dart off; fasten (a door); gobble down
Bombardment
attack with missiles; attack with words
Bombastic
pompous; using inflated language
Boon
blessing; benefit
Boorish
rude; clownish
Boundless
unlimited; vast
Bountiful
abundant; graciously generous