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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 12 Vocabulary words

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abound
(v.) to be plentiful or to filled
embezzle
(v.) to steal property entrusted to one's care
mellow
(adj.) ripe or gentle (v.) to become gentle or sweet
rant
(v.) to speak wildly or noisily
braggart
(n.) a boaster (adj.) boastful
heartrending
(adj.) causing mental pain or grief
nomadic
(adj.) wandering
reinforce
(v.) making stronger or to support
cache
(n.) a hiding place or something hidden or stored
leisurely
(adj.) unhurried (adv.) in an unhurried way
piecemeal
(adj.) one piece at a time (adv.) gradually
seclusion
(n.) isolation or solitude
clarification
(n.) the act of making clear or an explanation
lethargic
(adj.) unnaturally sleepy or dull and slow moving
quest
(n.) a search or hunt
status
(n.) relative rank or position (adj.) revealing rank
despondent
(adj.) without hope or discouraged
malady
(n.) a sickness, illness or disorder
random
(adj.) by chance or irregular
turmoil
(n.) a state of confusion or mental agitation