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SJV PART 2 VOCAB FINAL 7th

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potential
(adj.) possible, able to happen; (n.) something that can develop or become a reality
vital
having life, living; necessary to life, essential; key, crucial
resume
a brief summary; a short written account of one's education, working experience, or qualifications for a job
quench
To put out, extinguish, end
random
(adj) by chance, not planned or prearranged; irregular
insinuate
(v.) to suggest or hint slyly; to edge into something indirectly
grueling
(adj) very tiring, calling for an extreme effort
lethargic
unnaturally sleepy; dull, slow moving; indifferent
seethe
(v.) to boil or foam; to be excited or disturbed
salvo
(n.) a burst of gunfire or cannon shot, often as a tribute or salute; a sudden burst of anything; a spirited verbal attack
docile
(adj.) easily taught, led, or managed; obedient
vengeance
(n) punishment in return for an injury or a wrong; unusual force or violence
quaint
odd or old-fashioned in a pleasing way; clever, ingenious; skillfully made
legible
(adj) easily read
pervade
to spread throughout
outstripped
(v.) to get ahead of, do better than, exceed
stodgy
(adj.) dull, boring; old-fashioned, hidebound; lumpy, thick
despondent
(adj.) sad, without hope, discouraged
swerve
(v.) to turn aside sharply; (n.) a sharp or sudden turn