Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level C Unit 10 Synonyms

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accord
SYNONYM: (n.) mutual understanding
barter
SYNONYM:: (v.) trade, swap
curt
SYNONYM:: rude, brusque, terse, summary
devise
SYNONYM: concoct, contrive, work out, design
dexterous
SYNONYM:: agile, handy, deft
engross
SYNONYM: immerse, preoccupy
entail
SYNONYM: (v.) necessitate
ferret
SYNONYM:: (v.) track down, sniff out
habituate
SYNONYM:: acclimate, inure, get used to
impending
SYNONYM: imminent, upcoming
personable
SYNONYM: charming, agreeable, likable
rue
SYNONYM:: (v.) lament, repent
scoff
SYNONYM:: ridicule, laugh at, jeer at
transition
SYNONYM:: changeover, conversion, switch, passage
trepidation
SYNONYM:: dread, anxiety, apprehension
upbraid
SYNONYM:: bawl out, reprimand
vex
SYNONYM: irritate, irk, puzzle, distress
vitality
SYNONYM:: vigor, stamina
whimsical
SYNONYM:: odd, peculiar, quaint, fanciful