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15 terms

WW ch 3

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lackluster
adj. lacking brightness or vitality; without spirit or enthusiasm
zealous
adj. very enthusiastic; fervent; passionate on behalf of someone or something
martinet
n. a strict disciplinarian
prodigious
adj. 1. extremely large in bulk, quantity, or degree
2. causing amazement or wonder
regimen
n. a regulated program, especially one designed to improve or maintain health
stellar
adj. 1. of or relating to a star
2. outstanding or brilliant
stoic
n. one seemingly indifferent to pleasure or pain
adj.
vibrant
adj. 1. full of life orvigor
2. bright or vivid
3. quivering or vibrating
atrophy
v. to waste away or fail to develop
efficacy
n. the power to bring about the desired result; effectiveness
emolument
n. a salary or fee for work done; compensation
icon
n. 1. a religious painting, especially one revered by the Eastern Christian churches
2. a symbol or image whose form suggests its meaning
3. one who is idolized
incipient
adj. beginning to exist or appear; in the first stage
inculcate
v. to impress upon or teach by frequent repetition
inestimable
adj. too valuble or great to be measured