20 terms

Sadlier-Oxford Level C Vocabulary Workshop 10

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(n.) agreement, harmony; (v.) to agree, be in harmony or bring into harmony; to grant, bestow on
accord
(n.) an exchange in trade; (v.) to exchange goods
barter
(adj.) short, rudely brief
curt
(v.) to think out, plan, figure out, invent, create
devise
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever
dexterous
(v.) to occupy the complete attention, absorb fully
engross
(v.) to put a burden on, impose, require, involve; to restrict ownership of property by limiting inheritance; (n.) such a restriction
entail
(n.) a kind of weasel; (v.) to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
ferret
(v.) to become used to; to cause to become used to
habituate
(adj., part.) about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
impending
(adj.) pleasing in appearance or personality, attractive
personable
(v.) to regret, be sorry for; (n.) a feeling of regret
rue
(v.) to make fun of; to show contempt for
scoff
(n.) a change from one state or condition to another
transition
(n.) fear, fright, trembling
trepidation
(v.) to blame, scold, find fault with
upbraid
(adj.) actual, true, real
veritable
(v.) to annoy, anger, exasperate; to confuse, baffle
vex
(n.) strength, energy, liveliness; the capacity to live and develop; the power to endure or survive
vitality
(adj.) subject to odd ideas, notions, or fancies; playful; unpredictable
whimsical