20 terms

Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 6

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Anonymous
unnamed, without the name of the person involved, unknown
Browse
to nibble, graze
Dupe
a person easily tricked or deceived, to deceive
Dynamic
active, energetic, forceful
Eradicate
to root out, to get rid of, destroy completely
Frustrate
to prevent from accomplishing a purpose or fulfilling a desire
Grim
stern, merciless, fierce, savage, cruel
Inimitable
not capable of being copied or imitated
Makeshift
a temporary substitute for something else
Marginal
in, at, or near the edge or margin
Pending
waiting to be settled
Prescribe
to order as a rule or course to be followed
Preview
something seen in advance
Prominent
standing out so as to be easily seen
Quaint
add or old-fashioned in a pleasing way
Reluctant
unwilling, holding back
Scrimp
to handle very economically or stingly
Snare
to trap, catch
Utmost
greatest, highest, farthest
Vengeance
punishment in return for an injury