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17 terms

Worldly Wise 6

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Ameliorate
Verb;
1. To make better; to become better; to improve.
Baleful
Adjective;
1. Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.
Berate
Verb;
1. To criticize vigorously; to scold vehemently.
Circumvent
Verb;
1. To avoid through craftiness.
Compunction
Noun;
1. A feeling of uneasiness or anxiety caused by guilt.
Condone
Verb;
1. To overlook or accept without punishment; to pardon or excuse.
Diminutive
Adjective;
1. Very small; tiny.
Eupheism
Noun;
1. A polite term used to avoid directly naming something considered offensive or unpleasant.
Expendable
Adjective;
1. Able to be used up and then discarded or replaced.
Heresy
Noun;
1. The expression of shocking or unacceptable views.
Heretical
Adjective;
Infirmity
Noun;
1. Physical or mental weakness or defect.
Infirm
Adjective;
1. Weak or feeble.
Profane
Verb;
1. To treat with scorn or irreverence.

Adjective;
1. Disrespectful of sacred things.
2. Not connected with religion; worldly.
Recompense
Verb;
1. To pay or compensate.

Noun;
1. Payment; compensation.
Repast
Noun;
1. Food and drink; a meal.
Servitude
Noun;
1. A lack of freedom; forced labor.