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10 terms

Holt Fifth Course - Lesson 23

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enormity
vastness (with a negative moral connotation, so it's more appropriate to use "immensity" or "enormousness" to denote great physical size)
camaraderie
the spirit of goodwill, loyalty, and understanding among friends; good fellowship
apprise
to inform; to notify; to give notice to
recrimination
the act of making an accusation in return; a counter-accusation
exhaustive
leaving out nothing; thorough; comprehensive
undermine
to dig from beneath; to wear away and weaken the supports of; to weaken or injure, especially by guileful means
elation
high spirits; a feeling of exaltation due to relief or triumph
austere
stern; strict; severe in appearance or manner; plain or simple
correlate
one of two related things, especially if one implies the other; to bring into mutual relation with another thing
bestow
to confer or present as a gift or an honor; to apply or dedicate for a purpose