10 terms

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abstain
verb; to choose not to vote for or against something; to not do or have something, especially alcohol or sex, usually for religious or health reasons
accentuate
verb; to make something more noticeable
blasphemy
noun; something you say or do that is insulting to people's religious beliefs
catalog
noun; a list or record, like items for sale or courses at a university, systematically arranged and often including descriptive material
incarcerate
verb; to put or keep someone in prison
merge
verb; to combing, or to join things together to form one thing
overt
adjective; actions done publicly, without trying to hide anything
pallid
adjective; very pale, especially in a way that looks weak or unhealthy; not very interesting
refute
verb; to prove that a statement or idea is not correct; to say that a statement is wrong or unfair
travesty
noun; used in order to say that something is extremely bad and is not what it claims to be