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18 terms

Language Arts Unit 2 Vocab

Quiz: Friday, September 28
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anxiety
n. distress or uneasiness of my caused by fear
peculiar
adj. strange, odd, queer
exasperate
v. to bother, annoy, to irritate
console
v. to lessen the sadness, grief, or sorrow
premises
n. a tract of land and all of its buildings
placid
adj. calm, peaceful, tranquil
luxuriate
v. to enjoy oneself without stint
congealed
v. to change from a soft fluid state to a rigid or solid state
bewildered
adj. confused, puzzled
translucent
adj. permitting light to pass through
tranquil
adj. free from commotion, placid
facade
n. the front of a building
congenial
adj. agreeable or suitable, or pleasing in nature
conjured
v. to affect or influence by invocation or spells
dithering
n. trembling, vibration
rapacious
adj. satisfied by greed
emanate
v. to flow out, issue, or advance toward
compulsion
n. the act of compelling or constraint