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20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's vocabulary workshop Level H Unit 1
Adjunct
bellwether
caterwaul
chimerical
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
v. to howl or screech like a cat; to quarrel... n. a harsh or no…
adj. absurb; wildly fantastic; impossible... synonyms: fanciful,…
Adjunct
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
bellwether
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
annul
blase
bolster
deplore
(v.) to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative…
(adj.) indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many…
(v.) to support, give a boost to; (n.)a long pillow or cushio…
(v.) to feel or express regret or disapproval
annul
(v.) to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative…
blase
(adj.) indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Workshop
adverse
arid
assailant
billiow
(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
(n.) a person who attacks violently (with blows or words)
(n.) a large wave; (v.) to rise or swell like a wave
adverse
(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile
arid
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's vocabulary workshop Level H Unit 1
Adjunct
bellwether
caterwaul
chimerical
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
v. to howl or screech like a cat; to quarrel... n. a harsh or no…
adj. absurb; wildly fantastic; impossible... synonyms: fanciful,…
Adjunct
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
bellwether
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
annul
blase
bolster
deplore
(v.) to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative
(adj.) indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many…
(v.) to support, give a boost to; (n.)a long pillow or cushio…
(v.) to feel or express regret or disapproval
annul
(v.) to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative
blase
(adj.) indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many…
122 terms
Sadlier/Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
accommodate
acquit
acute
alite
to provide for
to declare not guilty
severe
to get down from
accommodate
to provide for
acquit
to declare not guilty
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle ... SYN: dupe, decieve, begui…
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle ... SYN: dupe, decieve, begui…
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level A Unit 8 S/A
Affluence
Arrears
Cascade
Cringe
(n.) wealth, riches, prosperity; great abudance, plenty... , ant…
(n., pl.) unpaid or overdue debts; an unfinished duty... SYNONYM…
(n.) a steep, narrow waterfall; something falling or rushing…
(v.) to shrink back or hide in fear or submissiveness... SYNONYM…
Affluence
(n.) wealth, riches, prosperity; great abudance, plenty... , ant…
Arrears
(n., pl.) unpaid or overdue debts; an unfinished duty... SYNONYM…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 12
apposite
augur
bilk
charisma
(adj.) appropiate; suitable; apt... syn: relevant, pertinent, ma…
(n.) a prophet or seer... (v.) to predict, foreshadow... syn: (n.)…
(v.) to defraud, cheat, or swindle; to evade payment of; to f…
(n.) the special personal magnetism that makes an individual…
apposite
(adj.) appropiate; suitable; apt... syn: relevant, pertinent, ma…
augur
(n.) a prophet or seer... (v.) to predict, foreshadow... syn: (n.)…
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Unit 5: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
accomplice
annihilate
arbitrary
brazen
(n.) a person who takes part in a crime
(v.) to destroy completely
(adj.) unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without r…
(adj.) shameless, impudent; made of brass
accomplice
(n.) a person who takes part in a crime
annihilate
(v.) to destroy completely
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 4
affinity
bilious
cognate
corollary
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant... Synonyms:…
(adj.) closely related in origin, essential nature, or functi…
(n.) a proposition that follows from one already proven; a na…
affinity
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
bilious
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant... Synonyms:…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 10
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment... S…
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
(n.) a chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs,…
(adj.) of doubtful or questionable authenticity... SYN: fictitio…
acumen
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment... S…
adjudicate
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle ... SYN: dupe, decieve, begui…
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force... SYNONYMS: pressure, bully, intimidate,…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
18 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 12
apposite
bilk
charisma
debilitate
(adj.) appropiate; suitable; apt... syn: relevant, pertinent, ma…
(v.) to defraud, cheat, or swindle; to evade payment of; to f…
(n.) the special personal magnetism that makes an individual…
(v.) to make weak or feeble... syn: enervate, sap, exhaust, enfe…
apposite
(adj.) appropiate; suitable; apt... syn: relevant, pertinent, ma…
bilk
(v.) to defraud, cheat, or swindle; to evade payment of; to f…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle ... SYN: dupe, decieve, begui…
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's vocabulary workshop Level H Unit 1
Adjunct
bellwether
caterwaul
chimerical
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
v. to howl or screech like a cat; to quarrel... n. a harsh or no…
adj. absurb; wildly fantastic; impossible... synonyms: fanciful,…
Adjunct
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
bellwether
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
19 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 10
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment... S…
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
(n.) a chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs,…
(adj.) of doubtful or questionable authenticity... SYN: fictitio…
acumen
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment... S…
adjudicate
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
17 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 11
apostate
bravado
consensus
constrict
(n.) one who forsakes his or her religion, party, or cause... sy…
(n.) a display of false or assumed courage... syn: swagger, blus…
(n.) a collective or general agreement of opinion, feeling, o…
(v.) to make smaller or narrower, draw together, squeeze; to…
apostate
(n.) one who forsakes his or her religion, party, or cause... sy…
bravado
(n.) a display of false or assumed courage... syn: swagger, blus…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
(verb) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of…
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; de…
(verb) to make larger, increase... Many couples have to _______…
(adj., part.) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss... Indiv…
adulterate
(verb) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of…
ambidextrous
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; de…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level A Unit 8 S/A
Affluence
Arrears
Cascade
Cringe
(n.) wealth, riches, prosperity; great abudance, plenty... , ant…
(n., pl.) unpaid or overdue debts; an unfinished duty... SYNONYM…
(n.) a steep, narrow waterfall; something falling or rushing…
(v.) to shrink back or hide in fear or submissiveness... SYNONYM…
Affluence
(n.) wealth, riches, prosperity; great abudance, plenty... , ant…
Arrears
(n., pl.) unpaid or overdue debts; an unfinished duty... SYNONYM…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
16 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle ... SYN: dupe, decieve, begui…
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 4
affinity
bilious
cognate
corollary
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant... Synonyms:…
(adj.) closely related in origin, essential nature, or functi…
(n.) a proposition that follows from one already proven; a na…
affinity
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
bilious
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant... Synonyms:…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level A Unit 8 S/A
affluence
arrears
cascade
cringe
(n.) wealth, riches, prosperity; great abudance, plenty... Syn:…
(n., pl.) unpaid or overdue debts; an unfinished duty... SYN: ov…
(n.) a steep, narrow waterfall; something falling or rushing…
(v.) to shrink back or hide in fear or submissiveness... SYN: co…
affluence
(n.) wealth, riches, prosperity; great abudance, plenty... Syn:…
arrears
(n., pl.) unpaid or overdue debts; an unfinished duty... SYN: ov…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level G: Unit 1
Acquisitvie
Arrogate
Banal
Belabor
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
(v.) to claim or take without right
(adj.) hackneyed, trite, commonplace
(v.) to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
Acquisitvie
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
Arrogate
(v.) to claim or take without right
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 15
abrasive
acclimate
chagrin
complacent
adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; ... (…
(v.) to adapt a new climate, environment, or situation... syn: a…
n.) irritation or humiliation caused by disappointment or fru…
(adj.) self-satisfied; overly content... syn: smug, unconcerned…
abrasive
adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; ... (…
acclimate
(v.) to adapt a new climate, environment, or situation... syn: a…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's vocabulary workshop Level H Unit 1
Adjunct
bellwether
caterwaul
chimerical
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
v. to howl or screech like a cat; to quarrel... n. a harsh or no…
adj. absurb; wildly fantastic; impossible... synonyms: fanciful,…
Adjunct
(N.) something added to something else as helpful or useful b…
bellwether
(n.) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhous…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 2
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj). fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent ... SYN: inebriou…
(n). a group of people hired to applaud a performer or perfor…
aegis
(n). protection; patronage; sponsorship ... SYN: auspices
apprise
(v). to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 3
ancillary
bowdlerize
condescend
cozen
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
(v). to come down or stoop voluntarily to a lower level; to d…
(v). to trick; to cheat or swindle ... SYN: dupe, decieve, begui…
ancillary
(adj). subordinate or supplementary ... SYN: auxiliary, subsidia…
bowdlerize
(v). to remove material considered offensive (from a book, pl…
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
16 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 5
Aficionado
Browbeat
Commensurate
Diaphanous
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
(adj.) equal in size, extent, duration, or importance; propor…
(adj.) very sheer and light; almost completely transparent... Sy…
Aficionado
(n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert follower or fan... Synon…
Browbeat
(v.) to intimidate by a stern or overbearing manner; to bully…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 6
abortive
bruit
contumelious
dictum
(adj.) failing to accomplish an intended aim or purpose; only…
(v.) to spread news, reports, or unsubstantiated rumors
(adj.) insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insultingly ab…
(n.) a short saying; an authoritative statement
abortive
(adj.) failing to accomplish an intended aim or purpose; only…
bruit
(v.) to spread news, reports, or unsubstantiated rumors
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 6
abortive
bruit
contumelious
dictum
(adj.) failing to accomplish an intended aim or purpose; only…
(v.) to spread news, reports, or unsubstantiated rumors
(adj.) insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insultingly ab…
(n.) a short saying; an authoritative statement
abortive
(adj.) failing to accomplish an intended aim or purpose; only…
bruit
(v.) to spread news, reports, or unsubstantiated rumors
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 4
affinity
bilious
cognate
corollary
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
(adj.) closely related in origin, essential nature, or functi…
(n.) a proposition that follows from one already proven; a na…
affinity
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
bilious
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford's Vocabulary Workshop Level H Unit 10
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
(n.) a chronological misplacing of events, objects, customs,…
(adj.) of doubtful or questionable authenticity
acumen
(n.) keenness of insight; quickness or accuracy of judgment
adjudicate
(v.) to act as judge in a matter; to settle through the use o…
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