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Vocabulary 12 (12345)

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deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
n.
catholic
universal; wide-ranging
adj.
eerie
wierd; mysterious; strange and frightening
adj.
martial
warlike; relating to the military
adj.
anthropomorphic
attributing human characteristics or qualities to objects, animals, or gods
adj.
beneficiary
one who recieves benifits
n.
careen
to swerve or lurch from side to side in motion
v.
aplomb
self-confidence
n.
guile
slyness and cunning in dealing with others
n.
modicum
a small amount
n.
fester
to grow embittered over time; to rot
v.
languish
to become weak or feeble; to lose strenghth
v.
pall
something that covers or conceals
n.
havoc
great destruction; chaos
n.
rancid
having a bad taste or smell; spoiled
adj.