15 terms

List 12 (WW Bk 7)

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aftermath
(n) a consequence or result, often a negative one
aphorism
(n) a short statement of truth or principle
catharsis
(n) a releasing of the emotions, often through the arts, that brings about spiritual renewal or a relieving of tension
cohort
(n) a group that is moving or working together;
(n) one who assists another, especially in a criminal behavior
culpable
(adj) deserving blame or censure
diabolical
(adj) devilish; wicked
enormity
(n) the state or quality of being immoderate, monstrous, or outrageous
gibe
(v) to utter taunting, sarcastic words noun a taunting remark
innocuous
(adj) unlikely to offend
necessitate
(v) to make necessary
odyssey
(n) a long adventurous journey
partisan
(n) a strong supporter;
(n) an armed fighter opposed to an occupying army adjective strongly biased in favor of a particular party, cause, or position.
posterity
(n) a person's descendants
premeditated
(adj) fully planned beforehand
scurrilous
(adj) vulgar; coarsely abusive