50 terms

1984 Pt 3

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demeanor
conduct
din
a loud, confused mixture of noises
emaciation
the state of being extremely thin, almost to the point of starvation
forbearance
patience
insidious
sly
lethargy
the state of being lazy, slow, or drowsy
perturbed
upset
sanctimonious
hypocritically pious
abject
low in spirit; having no hope
delusion
a continual false belief
eradicate
eliminate
erroneous
incorrect
exaltation
raising up; glorifying
external
outside of
integrity
adherence to a set of moral values
luminous
glowing; emitting light
martyrs
people who make great sacrifices for their beliefs
objective
taken into account without any regard to personal feelings
perpetuating
making something continue forever
persecutions
acts of being harassed or made to suffer because of a belief
posterity
all future generations
quailed
cowered
recuperate
recover
resolve
decide
rotund
fat, chubby
seditious
causing resistance or revolution against the government
sniveling
whining
speculatively
in the manner of thinking or wondering
surly
rude or unfriendly
unrepentant
feeling no regret or need for forgiveness
vehemently
passionately
vindicate
to free from blame
wantonness
lewdness
admonished
reprimanded
cauterized
burned to prevent infection
disquieting
unsettling, disturbing
sporadically
occasionally
vile
foul; physically repulsive
concave
curved or rounded inward, like a bowl
didactically
intending to teach a moral lesson
capitulated
stopped resisting
frivolity
a trivial act that lacks seriousness
infer
guess or suggest
torpid
sluggish or lacking vigor
contemptible
deserving to be despised
evade
avoid
fallacy
a false or mistaken idea
insurrection
an act of revolting against authority
malleable
capable of being shaped
relinquishing
giving over