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10 terms

English IV Set 10

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animus
(n) a feeling of animosity; bitter hostility or hatred; an intention or purpose; moving spirit behind an action
corpulent
(adj) having a large, or overweight body; obese
corpus
(n) a large collection of writings of a specific kind or on a speicifc subject; a human or animal body, especially when dead; a structure constituting the main part of an organ
corpuscle
(n) a cell, such as a blood or lymph cell, in a liquid, as distinguished from a cell fixed in tissue; a minute globular particle
equanimity
(n) the quality of being calm and even-tempered; composure
inanimate
(adj) not having the qualities associated with active, living organisms; not exhibiting life; appearing lifeless or dead; not animated or energetic; dull; listless
incorporate
(v) to unite with or blend indistinguishable into something already in existence; to cause to merge or combine together into a united whole; to give substance or material form to; embody; to become united or combined into an organized body; to form a legal corporation
incorporeal
(adj) lacking material form or substance; intangible, as a legal right or patent
magnanimous
(adj) notable of mind and heart, especially generous in forgiving unselfish; gracious
pusillanimous
(adj) cowardly; lacking courage