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38 terms

WW-GR4 Lesson 20

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arrest
v. to stop the movement or progress of
arrest
to seize and charge with breaking the law
arrest
n. the act of arresting
capable
adj. able to do things well
capable
adj. skilled
capable of
ready and able to
capable
having the qualities necessary
congratulate
v. to express pleasure for a person's sucess or good fortune
congratulations
n. good wishes
despise
v. to scorn and dislike strongly
despise
to consider unworthy of respect
dispute
n. a strong difference of opinion
dispute
an argument
dispute
v. to question the truth or value of
eventual
adj. coming at a later time
eventual
happening as a result of
helm
n. the wheel or tiller used to steer a boat
helm
a position of control
humiliate
v. to treat in a way that takes away a person's pride or self respect
humiliation
n. the act of humiliating or the state of being humiliated
implore
v. to plead with or beg for with much feeling
insert
to put in
insert
n. an extra piece sewn or put in place
outrage
n. anger caused by injury or insult
outrage
anything that cuases resentment or anger
outrage
a wicked or brutal act or remark
outrage
v. to fill with anger or resentment
pierce
v. to pass or break through
pierce
to make a hole through
pierce
adj. very loud and shrill
quiver
v. to shake with small, rapid movements
quiver
to tremble
quiver
n. a trembling
quiver
a case for holding arrows
release
v. to let go
release
v. to free
release
to make known
sullen
adj. silent from anger or hurt