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15 terms

Book 9 Lesson 11

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amenity
a feature that results to physical comfort
averse
having a feeling of opposition or distaste
complacent
so self satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcerned
decompose
to decay or to break down into basic elements
defray
to supply the money for; to pay
emanate
to come out from a source
envisage
a picture of the future
facetious
playfully or inappropriately humorous
fallacy
a false or mistaken idea
furor
an, uproar with great anger or excitement
idyll
an experience that is carefree
paucity
scarcity, smallness in number or amount
porous
full of tiny holes or spaces, easily penetrated by gas or liquid
supersede
to replace, to replace because its newer
tangible
real, able to be touched; possible to understand or realize, not vague or uncertain