20 terms

Julius Caesar vocab 3+4

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base
low in place or position
unassailable
impossible to dispute or disprove; undeniable
enfranchise
to endow with rights; to free
besmear
to smear
conceit
the result of intellectual activity; a thought or opinion
pulpit
an elevated platform, lectern, or stand used in preaching or other public speaking
coffer
strong box; public funds
orator
an eloquent and skilled public speaker
proscription
rejection by means of banishment
levy
to impose or collect
dismember
to cut, tear, or pull the limbs off
purge
to free from impurities
chide
to scold mildly; reprehend
uttermost
by the greatest amount or degree possible
disperse
to drive off or scatter in different directions
constancy
steadfastness; faithfulness
enkindled
to set afire; light; entice or arouse
suffice
to meet present needs or requirement
whelp
to give birth to whelps (mammal offspring)
decree
an authoritative order having the force of law