VOCAB 13-5 STUDY SET
Terms in this set (33)
Noun- A violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion or excitement.
Adjective- Arranged in the order of time occurrence.
Verb- To please greatly, to charm, to put under a magic spell.
Verb- To change continually; to move up and down (number wise).
Verb- To humble oneself by acting in a fearful or begging manner; To lie face downward.
Noun- The great size or importance of something.
Adjective- Of or like a mother.
Adjective- Well thought of, having a good reputation.
Verb- To love and respect deeply; to honor greatly.
Noun- A narrative story of heroic events; a long, detailed story.
Noun- A physical ailment; a cause of pain or trouble, a misfortune
Adj.- Related by blood, having similar qualities or character
Adj. Flashy, Showy, Not in good taste
Adj.- Just, Unbiased, Fair, Not-Taking-Sides
Noun- A swindler; A deceiver, One who uses a false name or character in order to cheat.
Verb- To think about deeply and quietly; To reflect upon, To plan or intend
Verb- To govern or rule cruelly or unjustly; To weigh heavily upon
PEDESTRIAN (first definition)
Noun- One who goes on foot
PEDESTRIAN (second definition)
Adj.- Relating to walking on foot; ordinary or dull
Verb- To send on, pass along, or send out
Verb- To defeat in battle or contest, overthrow; to overcome a feeling or condition.
Adj.- Official; coming from a source that should be believed
CLAMOR (first definition)
Noun- A public outcry, or loud, continued noise
CLAMOR (second definition)
Verb- To call for by loud, continued outcries
Verb- To be in full agreement; to happen at the same time
Adj.- Tends to believe the worst in people; bitterly mocking or laughing
HOARD (first definition)
Verb- To store up or save
HOARD (second definition)
Noun- A hidden storage or supply of goods
Adj.- Slightly ill, busy, unable to do something
Adj.- Lawful, rightful, reasonable, justifiable
Noun- Merry, fun, excited laughter
Verb- To perform the duties of an office; to conduct a religious ceremony; to referee
Verb- To give one's business to regularly as a customer; to support, or to treat someone as an inferior while making a show of being kind.
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