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20 terms

Frankenstein (2) Vocab

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prognosticated
predicted; forecasted future event
repose
peace; state of restfulness or calm
repugnance
repulsion; strong distaste, aversion or objection
reprobated
disapproved of or condemned
recapitulation
restatement; a brief review or summary
deference
admiration; respectful or courteous regard
dogmatism
stubbornness; arrogant assertions of one's opinions as truths
hindrance
obstacle; something that interferes, delays action or progress.
incipient
new; budding; beginning to exist or appear
languor
lethargy; lack of energy or vitality
odious
hateful; detestable
mien
appearance; bearing or demeanor as showing character or feelings
irreparable
permanent; incapable of being fixed or remedied
placid
peaceful; calm or undisturbed
dirge
a funeral song which mourns the dead
delirium
frenzy; a state of violent excitement or uncontrollable emotion
depravity
corruption; state of being corrupt, wicked, or perverted
candor
frankness; being open or sincere in speech or expression
ignominious
shameful; deserving of humiliation or shame
approbation
approval; an official commendation or authorization