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20 terms

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accomplice
a person who takes part in a crime
annihilate
to destroy completely
arbitrary
unreasonable
brazen
shameless in a strong or insulting way
catalyst
any angent that causes change
exodus
a large scale departure or flight
facilitate
to make easier, to assist
incorrigible
incapable of being corrected, reformed or controlled
latent
present but not evident or active
militant
active or agressive in support of a cause
morose
gloomy, sad or unfriendly
opaque
not letting light through, unclear
paramount
cheif in importance
prattle
to talk aimlessly or foolishly/meaningless talk, babble
rebut
to present opposing evidence or arguements
reprimand
to scold; to find fault with/a severe punishment or scolding
servitude
lack of personal freedom due to the control of an owner or master
slapdash
careless or reckless
stagnent
inactive, sluggish, dull
succumb
to give way to a superior force, to yield