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Word Literature Vocabulary Units 1-6
Terms in this set (60)
ancient times; a thing or people of ancient times.
a belief different from accepted doctrine.
a likeness between different things.
a marshy inlet or outlet of a river or lake.(Southern US)
unconquerable; unyielding; not easy to overcome.
capable of being shaped by hammering; can be easily changed.
a face or facial expression; an appearance.
full of curious ideas or notions; odd in an amusing way.
showing good judgement; wise and careful.
Able to use both hands equally well.
Deprived of; made unhappy through a loss.
stern, unyielding, gloomy, ill-humored.
To stare with an open mouth.
To say again, repeat.
(adj.) not combed; untidy.
Word for word; exactly as written or spoken.
Cautiously, with great care.
Skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind.
refined in a manner or style; suave.
forceful; relevant; to the point.
to erase, obliterate, destroy.
a remedy for all ills, a cure oil.
shy; lacking self-confidence.
causing a sharp sensation; stinging; strong smell.
fierce and cruel; aggressive; deadly.
sincere, real, without pretense.
Growing without check, running wild.
Open to or marked by bribery or corruption.
To weigh down or burden.
To regret; to express sorrow or mourning over.
having to do with art and beauty; describing the quality of beauty.
providing a great deal of something.
a hint; a vague notion
clear, transparent; readily understood
(adj.) deeply affecting, touching; keen or sharp in taste or smell
bitter resentment or ill-will
to agree to or to submit
quarrelsome, inclined to argue
given to much talking, tediously chatty
(n.) one who advocates, speaks for, explains, or interprets; (math) the power to which a number, symbol, or expression is to be raised
Power to endure pain or confront danger, moral strength
to distort the face to express contempt (hatred)
coming after death
fame, usually in an unfavorable sense
to yield; to submit to die
To do something you think is beneath you
describing the ability to predict or to foretell the future
Unable to speak clearly.
Showing or feeling scorn; disdainful
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