28 terms

Tubman and Douglass Combined

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obtain
get, acquire, or secure (something)
bestow
confer or present (an honor, right, or gift)
prudence
the quality of being cautious
unpardonable
(of a fault or offense) too severe to be pardoned; unforgivable
console
comfort (someone) at a time of grief or disappointment
account
a report or description of an event or experience
convert
cause to change in form, character, or function
stratagem
a plan or scheme, especially one used to outwit an opponent or achieve an end
commence
to begin; to start
compliance
the action or fact of obeying a wish or command
depravity
moral corruption; wickedness; evilness;
compel
force or oblige (someone) to do something
indispensable
absolutely necessary
chattel
An item of property other than real estate, usually referring to livestock
pious
very religious
divest
to take from someone someone power, rights, or possessions.
apprehension
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen
disposition
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
apt
quick to learn
sustained
continuing for an extended period or without interruption
Borne
Carried. It's the past tense form of "bear."
Disheveled
messy or untidy.
Instill
to supply gradually.
Dispel
to drive something away.
Sullen
showing silent resentment.
Eloquence
the ability to speak powerfully and persuasively.
Evoke
To summon or call something.
Cajole
urge or coax gently.
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