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English 7 Vocab
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Giving the impression that something bad is going to happen
Agitated or confused
Seeking attention by being exaggerated or overemotional
feelings of tenderness, Sadness, or nostalgia
Quick and active, Lively
Standing out so as to be clearly; attracting attention
Feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment
Simulated or pretended; insincere
Not to be removed
To make someone do something
To initiate an action, to start something (bad)
To persuade over time, often using flattery.
Strong feelings of embarrassment; distress caused by humiliation or failure
Showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgement
(person or animal)Not easily upset or excited; (place) calm or peaceful
Not having any serious purpose or value
Hesitant or doubtful, not to be relied upon
A picture of something showing it as a dark shape on a light background
To torment or tease with the promise of something unobtainable
To make someone feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especially with trivial matters.
Constant and Unending
Severe mental or physical pain or suffering
An event causing great and often sudden damage; a disaster
Incapable of being fully explored or understood
Not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
Knowledgeable in the realities of life; clever and perspective
To become less intense or severe
Bad tempered and sulky; glooomy
Having or showing a feeling of longing
A feeling of disapproval tinged with disgust
To change direction, often suddenly.
Courages behavior; polite attention or respect given by men to woman
To free someone of a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty
Showing or suggesting that future success is likely; favorable
Very brave, fearless
To walk or behave in a very confident and typically aggressive way.
Cautious with money, thrifty
To shamelessly beg for forgiveness or favor
Offensive to notions of morality or decency
Tired, bored, or lacking enthusiasm, particularly after having too much of something
To imitate, typically in order to be rude.
Amusingly unconventional; eccentric
Fair, just; not biased.
To appease the anger or anxiety of something to someone
Eager or quick to argue
In a careful or cautious manner.
Showing a critical or disrespectful attitude
Sullen and ill-tempered
Anxious or fearful that something bad is going to happen
Lacking in quantity or quality
Feeling or expressing contempt
To twist or squirm, or to respond to physical or emotional discomfort
To wrap up, cover, or surround completely
Understood or implied
Aggressive or warlike behavior
Expressing sorrow or regret, especially when in a slightly humorous way
The state of being strong, active, and energetic
Extremely hungry (literally or metaphorically)
Modest or shy because of lack of confidence
Deep respect for someone or something
The state of being unable or unwilling to believe something
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