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12 terms

Sophomore List 10

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antidote
(n.) something that relieves the effects of poison
augment
(v.) to make greater or to supplement
avarice
(n.) greed for wealth
beguile
(v.) to decieve, to mislead, or to persuade with charm
blasphemous
(adj.) irreverent, profane, without respect.
censure
(v.) to blame or condemn
cherubic
(adj.) innocent, wholesome, angelic
cloister
(v.) to seclude or to confine
corporeal
(adj.) relating to a physical, material body; of a tangible, material nature
deft
(adj.) skillful, talented
ant, anti
"against" "opposite" antagonist, antibody
man, manu
"hand" manual, manuscript, manipulate