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15 terms

Lesson 18

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animated
adj. alive or seeming to be alive; full of energy; lively
betray
v. to be disloyal to; to show; to reveal.
convince
v. to make someone feel sure or certain; to persuade
decline
v. to slope or pass to a lower level; to refuse to accept; to become less or weaker
hilarious
adj. very funny
likeness
n. the state of being similar; somthing that is similar
meager
adj. Poor in quality or insufficient in amount
mischief
n. harm or damage; behavior that causes harm or trouble; playfulness; harmless amusement
negotiate
v. To arrange by talking over; to travel successfully along or over
obsolete
adj. no longer sold or in wide use because out-of -date
retain
v. to hold onto; to keep possession of; to hire the services of
sensation
n. a feeling that comes from stimulation of senses; a feeling of great interest or excitement or the cause of such a feeling
somber
adj. dark; gloomy; sad; serious.
subsequent
adj. coming later; following.
vow
v. to promise seriously; n. a pledge; a promise.