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WW Lesson 11

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Agrarian
adj.- Having to do with farming or agriculture
Burgeon
v.- To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
Cataclysm
n.- A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe
Culinary
adj.- Having to do with cooking
Denigrate
v.- To attack the reputation of; to criticize in a derogatory manner
Gourmet
n.- A person who likes fine food and is a good judge of its quality
Grandiloquent
adj.- Using lofty or pompous speech or expression
Hybrid
n.- The offspring of two animals or plants of different species or varieties; anything that is of mixed origin or composition
Manifold
adj.- Having many different kinds, forms, or parts
Palatable
adj.- Acceptable or pleasing, especially to the sense of taste
Panacea
n.- Something that is supposed to cure all ills or difficulties; a cure-all
Plebeian
adj.- Of or pertaining to the common people; common; unrefined
Scourge
n.- Something that causes great pain and suffering; a social evil
v.- To punish severely, especially by whipping; to devastate
Stalemate
n.- A halt in a struggle because both sides are equally strong, and neither side will give in; a deadlock
Temperate
adj.- Mild, moderate; restrained