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60 terms

ENGLISH VOCAB

60 WORDS
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Castigate
Reprimand severely (Verb)
Indignation
Anger provoked by unfair treatment (Noun)
Pandemonium
Noisy chaos (noun)
Indiscriminate
Without judgement (Adj.)
Writhe
Squirming in pain (Verb)
Malaise
Physical discomfort (Noun)
Contrive
To make using skill (Verb)
Immutable
Unchanging (Adj.)
Surreptitious
Kept secret (Adj.)
Vicarious
Experienced through someone else's actions (Adj.)
Austere
Strict, Severe (Adj.)
Crass
Rude (Adj.)
Grandiose
Impressive (Adj.)
Mitigate
To make less severe (Noun)
Desecrate
To violate the sacredness of (Verb)
Reprove
To scold (Verb)
Stalwart
Loyal, Reliable (Adj.)
Consternation
Confusion (Noun)
Disavow
To deny responsibility (Verb)
Dispassionate
Lacking passion (Adj.)
Acrimonious
marked by strong resentment (Adj.)
Dissension
Disagreement (Adj.)
Impugn
Attack as false or wrong (Verb)
Ignoble
Of common origin (Adj.)
Perfidy
Treason (Noun)
Astute
With practical intelligence (Adj.)
Avarice
Greed (Noun)
Culpable
Meriting blame (Adj.)
Egregious
Obviously wrong (Adj.)
Novice
Beginner (Adj.)
Pretentious
Intended to impress others (Adj.)
Torpid
Sluggish (Adj.)
Slovenly
Untidy (Adj.)
Resuscitate
To bring back to life (Verb)
Abate
To lessen (Verb)
Accrue
To accumulate (Verb)
Bedlam
Chaos (Noun)
Covert
Secret or hidden (Adj.)
Debonair
Suave or classy (Adj.)
Equanimity
Composure (Noun)
Gist
The main point of something (Noun)
Procrastinate
To put off (Verb)
Motley
Varied and diverse (Adj.)
Reprobate
Morally unprincipled (Adj., Noun)
Sedentary
Settled (Adj.)
Censure
Severe disapproval (Verb, Noun)
Contingent
Reliant (Adj.)
Corroborate
Support with evidence (Verb)
Denizen
Habitant (Noun)
Disseminate
To scatter widely (Verb)
Florid
Showy (Adj.)
Hersey
Unorthodox opinion (Noun)
Palpable
Able to be felt (Adj.)
Pernicious
Harmful (Adj.)
Salient
Prominent (Adj.)
Absolve
To release from a duty (Verb)
Cupidity
Excessive desire to possess something (Noun)
Enthrall
To captivate (Verb)
Implicit
Implied (Adj.)
Incisive
Penetrating, cutting, biting (Adj.)