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12 terms

VOCAB 10 PARTS OF SPEECH AND DEFINITIONS

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BELLOW
VERB- To make a roaring sound
BELLOW
NOUN- A loud, angry roar
BENEFICIARY
NOUN- One who benefits from something; a person who receives property or money in a will
DILAPIDATED
ADJECTIVE- Falling apart or nearly ruined; run-down
FARCE
NOUN- Far-fetched or ridiculous humor
FUTILE
ADJECTIVE- Not successful; failing to have a result; useless
LAIR
NOUN- The home or den of a wild animal; a hideout
MORBID
ADJECTIVE- In an unhealthy mental state; gloomy; caused by disease
NOTORIOUS
ADJECTIVE- Widely known, well-known due to some negative trait or behavior
SURPLUS
NOUN- An amount beyond what is needed or required
SURPLUS
ADJECTIVE- Describes an excess
TIMIDITY
NOUN- The state of being easily frightened