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26 terms

English Midterm

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augment
enlarge or increase
abhor
to regard with loath
prostrate
helpless or defenseless
disposition
the means of getting rid of something
pernicious
exceedingly harmful
semblance
a eye-catching appearance
dirge
funeral tune
knave
untrustworthy person
rancor
a feeling of deep and bitter anger
chide
to scold
aloof
indifferent
inundation
flooding
poultice
herbal or medical hot press
adversity
hardship
rigor
strictness or severity
shroud
burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped
infirm
weak and feeble
inauspicious
unfavorable or unlucky
inexorable
unable to change an opinion
inter
to place in a grave or tomb
intercession
the act of pleading on behalf of another
solace
comfort or relief
felon
someone who has committed a felony
herald
an announcer
transgression
A violation of a law or duty
sunder
separate or part