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AP Lit Vocab Set 4
Terms in this set (10)
"something akin to gratitude overwhelmed her"
(adj.)of similar character; related by blood
"the witness had corroborated the boy's account of the attack"
(v.) to confirm, make more certain, bolster, substantiate, verify
"the seemingly inexorable march of new technology"
"the doctors were inexorable, and there was nothing to be done"
(adj.) impossible to stop or prevent; (of a person) impossible to persuade by request or entreaty
"many artists continued to churn out insipid, shallow works"
(adj.) lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
"the nefarious activities of the organized-crime syndicates"
(adj.) wicked, depraved, devoid of moral standards
"his physiognomy was European"
(n.) - a person's facial features or expression, especially when regarded as indicative of character or ethnic origin.
"the chancellor arrived with his retinue"
(n.) a group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an important person.
"those around her were suppliant"
"they were not mere suppliants"
(adj.) asking humbly and earnestly
(n.) one who makes a request humbly and earnestly, a petitioner, suitor
"cousins and uncles filled the tedium of winter nights with many a tall tale"
(n.) the state of being tedious.
"Wall Street is in for a torrid time in the next few weeks"
"the torrid heat of the afternoon"
(adj.) full of difficulty or tribulation; very hot and dry
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