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Frankenstein Vocabulary- Mrs. Goode's Class

Vocabulary for Chapeters 1-10 of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
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effected
v: brought about; accomplished
inexorable
adj: not moved by persuasion; unrelenting
prudent
adj: cautious; careful
conciliating
v: soothing; friendly
indefatigable
adj: untiring
sublime
adj: majestic; awe inspiring
predilection
n: preference
prognosticated
v: indicated beforehand; predicted
cursory
adj: quick; not detailed; superficial
palpable
adj: recognizable; perceptible
dogmatism
n: prejudice; narroww-mindedness
allude
v: suggest; refer; intimate
apprehensions
n: fears; anxieties
approbation
n: approval; admiration
diffident
adj: retiring; self-effacing; shy
acceded
v: agreed; consented
callous
adj: cold; unfeeling
circumstantial
adj: inconclusive; indirect
candour
n: sincerity; openness
infamy
n: debasement; dishonor
timorous
adj: fearful; timid
wean
v: disengage: phase out
dissipated
v: dispersed; scattered
satiated
v: satisfied; gorged