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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 13

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agitation
(n.) a violent movement, noisey confustion or excitement
enchant
(v.) to charm or please greatly
hilarious
(adj.) extremely funny
pall
(v.) to lose an interest or become tiresome (n.) a dark covering
blurt
(v.) to say suddenly or without thinking
fluctuate
(v.) to change continuously or move up or down
ignite
(v.) to set on fire or excite
reputable
(adj.) well thought of or having a good reputation
chronological
(adj.) arranged in order of time of occurrence
foster
(v.) to bring up or promote (adj.) in the same family but not related by birth
magnitude
(n.) great size or importance
revere
(v.) to love, respect and honor greatly
countenance
(n.) face or facial expression (v.) to tolerate or approve
grovel
(v.) to humble oneself or lie facedown
massive
(adj.) large and heavy. great in size or scope
saga
(n.) a narrative of herioc exploits or a long detailed account
diminish
(v.) to make or become smaller
handicraft
(n.) work done by hand or a trade requiring manual skills (adj.) relating to skilled work done by hand
maternal
(adj.) of or like a mother
stodgy
(adj.) dull or hidebound or lumpy