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Vocabulary for Achievement Lesson 6
Agreement and Disagreement
Terms in this set (15)
(v) to give or grant
(n) agreement; harmony
(n) a formal agreement or settlement
(n) agreement; acceptance, or permission given
(v) to agree to; to go along with
(adj) opposite or opposed to; completely different
(adj) behaving stubbornly and in opposition to others
(v) to support with new facts or evidence; to confirm
(n) conflict or tension caused by a disagreement or clash
(adj) rude; disrespectfully bold; insulting
(v) to discuss something in an attempt to reach agreement
(v) to accomplish successfully
(n) a formal agreement; treaty
(n) a relationship of shared trust and understanding
(n) a break in friendly relations; a disagreement
What is an example of Rationalization?
Which statement about the governing bodies of special districts is true?
Avid and what part of speech is avid
likely to dispute or argue; inclined to argue or debate; controversial; made for the sake of quarreling; quibbling
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