12 terms

Christopher Vocabulary Unit 6

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accomplish
(v.) to do, make happen, succeed in, carry through
apparent
(adj.) open to view; easy to understand; seeming to be true or real
capacity
(n.) the amount of space that can be filled; ability or skill; office or role
civilian
(n.) a person not in a military, police, or firefighting force (adj.) nonmilitary
conceal
(v.) to hide or keep secret, to place out of sight
duplicate
(v.) to copy exactly; to produce something equal to
(adj.) exactly like something else
(n.) an exact copy
keen
(adj.) having a sharpened edge; quick and sharp in thought or in sight, hearing, or smell; eager
provoke
(v.) to annoy or make angry, stir up; to do something in order to get a response
spurt
(v.) to shoot out quickly in a stream; to show a burst of energy (n.) a sudden, short stream of fluid; a quick burst of activity
undoing
(n.) a bringing to ruin or destruction; the cause of ruin; unfastening or loosening
vast
(adj.) very great or very large
withdraw
to pull out or remove; to move back or away, retreat