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sadlier-oxford vocaulary workshop level f unit 7

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austere
(adj.) Severe or stern in manner; Without adornment or luxury, simple, plain; Harsh or sour in flavor
beneficent
(adj.) Performing acts of kindness or charity; Conferring benefits, doing good
cadaverous
(adj.) Pale, gaunt, resembling a corpse
concoct
(v) To prepare by combining ingredients, make up (as a dish); To devise, invent, fabricate
crass
(adj.) coarse, unfeeling; Stupid
debase
(v) To lower in character, quality, or value; To degrade, adulterate; To cause to deteriorate
desecrate
(v) To commit sacrilege upon, treat irreverently; To contaminate, pollute
disconcert
(v) To confuse; To disturb the composure of
grandiose
(adj.) Grand in an impressive or stately way; Marked by pompous affectation or grandeur, absurdly exaggerated
inconsequential
(adj.) Trifling, unimportant
infraction
(n) A breaking of a law or obligation
mitigate
(v) To make milder or softer, to moderate in force or intensity
pillage
(v) To rob of goods by open force (as in war), plunder; (n) The act of looting; Booty
prate
(v) To talk a great deal in a foolish or aimless fashion
punctilious
(adj.) Very careful and exact, attentive to fine points of etiquette or propriety
redoubtable
(adj.) Inspiring fear or awe; Illustrious, eminent
reprove
(v) To find fault with, scold, rebuke
restitution
(n) The act of restoring someone or something to the rightful owner or to a former state or position; Making good on a loss or damage
stalwart
(adj.) Strong and sturdy; Brave; Resolute; (n) A brave, strong person; A strong supporter; One who takes an uncompromising position
vulnerable
adj.) Open to attack; Capable of being wounded or damaged; Unprotected