Vocabulary Terms #1-#14
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Doubtful whether something will happen or whether something is worthwhile.
Misleading someone by hiding the truth.
To refuse and stop using something, or formally announce that one will no longer do something (choice).
Be suspicious of or lack of trust.
Showing a rude lack of respect.
Deny a person the use of something considered necessary.
An action of event preceding or done in preparation for something more important.
A person that is a direct relative from a parent.
Never ending, occurring repeatedly.
Having no inhabitance, empty.
Reason for behaving in a certain way.
Absolutely necessary; extremely important.
The degree to which something is believed, has spread, or is covered.
Logical and consistent OR able to speak clearly and logically.
To suffer patiently (something painful or difficult); remain in existance.
Observe and check the progress of something overtime.
Unwilling or hesitant.
Able to be heard.
Able to be seen.
Certain to happen.
Something that turns the mind or something else away from its course.
Damage or weaken something.
Firmness of purpose.
To mock movement intended to deceive.
Natural response or innate (built in) pattern of thinking: gut feeling.
Not known, not important, not easily understood OR keep from being seen.
Requiring or using great physical or mental effort. (doesn't describe a person)
Feeling of nervousness about something that may happen or something certain.
Showing or done in good sense.
Extremely comfortable or elegant involving great expense.
Unjust treatment of people based on race, age, or gender.
Outward appearance that seems to be real.
To go or move back form a previous position.
To feel completely confused.
Clever at doing something by deceitful methods.
A number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly way.
On purpose OR in a careful unhurried way.
Lacking in variety and interest.
Resistance to the effects of something:not affected or influenced by something.
Entwined or blended together.
Wildly upset or fear.
Deceptive appearance or impression.
Able to be believed.
To form a plan or an idea in mind: imagine.
One who opposes the majority or official opinion.
Lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.
Having a meaning that is mysterious, not clear.
Immoral or wicked behavior OR a bad habit.
Having no pity or compassion for others.
Of only moderate quality or not very good.
Acting with care and thought for the future.
Having an exaggerated sense of one's own importance.
Free from pretense or deceit; from genuine feelings.
Setting an issue OR the ability to make decisions quickly and effectively.
Using money or other resources carefully, and not wastefully.
In thought or an idea, but not having a physical appearance.
Existing in material or physical form; real or solid.
Hopeful and confident about the future.
Tending to see the worst in everything.
Feeling or showing certainty about something.
Making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible.
Extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physical effort or illness OR weakness in a muscle or organ after prolonged activity.
Very hot, causing difficulty in breathing OR making on feel restricted or limited.
Clear and definite, real OR understood by touch.
Intended to be kept secret or private OR entrusted with private information.
Unfair bias in favor of one thing or person over another.
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