15 terms

Changes

STUDY
PLAY
apprehend
to arrest or to take into custody
authority
1. power to influence how others act. 2. someone who has power or knowledge
conscientious
careful; well thought-out
deter
to prevent or discourage from proceeding
dire
desperate; terrible
eventful
full of events; important
excruciating
extremely intense or painful
facilitate
to assist or make easier
languish
to become weak; lose health
luminous
shining and bright
millenium
a period of one thousand years
rankle
to cause irritation or resentment
recur
to repeat or happen again
strident
harsh or grating, as in a sound
swelter
to be uncomfortably hot