English Vocab 1

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abolition
the act of officially ending or stopping something, specifically slavery
adhere
to bind oneself to obervance
apprehension
suspicion or fear, especially of future evil
cease
to stop happening; to end
commence
to begin
comprehensive
including many, most, and all things
deluded
to mislead the mind or judgement of
denunciation
a public statement that strongly criticizes someone or something being bad or wrong
depravity
an evil or immoral act
dilapidated
in very bad condition because of age or lack of care
discourse
conversation; the use of words to exchange thoughts and ideas
efficient
capable of producing desired results without wasting materials, time, or energy
emancipation
to free (someone) from someone else's control or power
fundamental
of or relating to the basic structure and function of something
genre
a particular type of literature or art
illiteracy
being unable to read
Incompatible
not able to be used together
indispesable
not subject of being set aside or neglected
margins
the part of the page that is above, below, or to the side of the printed paper
mutilation
to cause severe damage to (the body of a person or animal)
prelude
something that comes before and leads to something else
receptacle
a container that is used to hold something
reverence
honor or respect that is felt or shown to (someone or something)
text
the original words of a piece of writing or a speech
vindication
justification against denial or censure
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