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vocab 11-12

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transgress
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
transitive
Describing an action carried from subject to verb to object; needing a direct object to complete the meaning of the verb
transitory
lasting for only a short while
translucent
permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
ambience
Environment; the surrounding atmosphere.
obituary
notice of death with biographical information
transient
passing quickly; transitory
aberration
straying from what is normal or accepted
erratic
irregular or inconsistent in movement, habit, quality, or ideas
episode
an incident in a person's life or in a story or play
exodus
a mass departure or emigration
itinerant
traveling from place to place, ecpecially to perform some duty or work; transient
itinerary
a route of travel
advent
arrival or coming into being
circumvent
to avoid; to evade by cleverness
convene
to assemble, especially for a meeting
intervene
to occur between events or periods
telepathy
Communication from one mind to another without speech, writing, or other sensory means
deviate
to turn aside from a course, norm, pattern, or subject
devious
winding; roundabout
impervious
not penetrable by light rays, moisture, etc.