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15 terms

week 5 vocabulary

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accommodate
make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
S: contain
When we moved into our new house we hade to accommodate all of our stuff.
apprehend
capture someone or something
S: comprehend
After each sentences I either had to say I apprehend or i dont comprehend
facetious
cleverly amusing in tone
S: amusing
My mom made a rude comment but made it sound facetious
province
the proper sphere or extent of your activities
S: business
The province in which i work in is very comfortable and peaceful.
reflect
give evidence of the quality of
S: cast
The old mirrow couldn't reflect stuff so well anymore.
superfluous
more than is needed, desired, or required
S: unwanted
The superfluous dog left the house and was later hit by a car.
eliminate
terminate or take out
S: terminate
The job of an assasin is to eliminate a specific target
infallible
incapable of failure or error
S: perfect
Most teaches think their infallible!
cleave
come or be in close contact with
S: carve
Inorder for me to break loose i had to cleave to ropes., come or be in close contact with, come or be in close contact with
conceal
prevent from being seen or discovered
S: cache
When criminals commit a crime they try to conceal all their evidence.
culprit
someone who perpetrates wrongdoing
S: criminal
The culprit guy will soon have whats coming to him.
surmount
be or do something to a greater degree
S: better
We had to surmount ourself inorder to succed
Vicinity
a surrounding or nearby region
S: around
The vicinity fence was starting to get old so it wouldn't hold back wolfs and other creatures.
vocation
the particular occupation for which you are trained
S: career
My vocation doesnt seem to be going to the path i thought it would go.
pilfer
make off with belongings of others
S: snatch
I hate when others pilfer with stuff.