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Sadlier Oxford English Vocab Unit 11 A Block
Bravado
Effusive
Euphoria
Lugubrious
(n) A display of false or assumed courage.
(adj.) extravagantly demonstrative; unrestrained
(n) A feeling of great happiness or wellbeing
(adj) sad, mournful, or gloomy, especially to an exaggerated…
Bravado
(n) A display of false or assumed courage.
Effusive
(adj.) extravagantly demonstrative; unrestrained
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Sadlier Oxford English Vocab Unit 6 for Ms. Tanner A Block
contumelious
iconoclastic
in media res
maudlin
(adj.) insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insultingly ab…
(adj.) attacking or seeking to overthrow popular or tradition…
(adv.) in or into the middle of a plot; into the middle of th…
(adj.) excessively or effusively sentimental
contumelious
(adj.) insolent or rude in speech or behavior; insultingly ab…
iconoclastic
(adj.) attacking or seeking to overthrow popular or tradition…
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Sadlier-Oxford English Vocab Unit 7 For Tanner A Block Wow
Lampoon
Cataclysm
Gambol
Refractory
(n) a malicious satire; (v) to satirize, ridicule
(n.) a sudden, violent, or devastating upheaval; a surging fl…
(v.) to jump or skip about playfully
(adj.) stubborn; hard or difficult to manage; not responsive…
Lampoon
(n) a malicious satire; (v) to satirize, ridicule
Cataclysm
(n.) a sudden, violent, or devastating upheaval; a surging fl…
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english sadlier oxford 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of equal…
able to use both hands equally well; Very skillful; deceitful…
to make larger, increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of equal…
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well; Very skillful; deceitful…
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Sadlier Oxford Vocab Unit 10 for A Block
apocryphal
dissimulate
empirical
flamboyant
(adj.) of doubtful or questionable authenticity
(v.) to hide or disguise one's true thoughts, feelings, or in…
(adj.) derived from, dependent upon, or guided by practical e…
(Adj) highly elaborate or ornate; vividly colored; strikingly…
apocryphal
(adj.) of doubtful or questionable authenticity
dissimulate
(v.) to hide or disguise one's true thoughts, feelings, or in…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocab unit 9 for A Block
bode
dank
fervid
fetid
(v.) to be an omen of; to indicate by signs
(adj.) unpleasantly damp or wet
(adj.) burning with enthusiasm or zeal; extremely heated
(adj.) having an unpleasant or offensive odor
bode
(v.) to be an omen of; to indicate by signs
dank
(adj.) unpleasantly damp or wet
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Sadlier Oxford Level D Unit 1-Definitions - Patronik English 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
(adj.) careful, cautious
Admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
Breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
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Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 2 English 9
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
(adj) skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
(adj) peaceable, friendly
(adj) having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling
(adj) given to fighting, warlike; combative, agressive; one a…
adroit
(adj) skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
amicable
(adj) peaceable, friendly
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Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 1 English 9
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inf…
equally skillful with each hand
enlarge or increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
to corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inf…
ambidextrous
equally skillful with each hand
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Sadlier-Oxford Level F Units 1-3 | Block A
approbation
assuage
coalition
elicit
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise
(v.) to make easier or milder
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as anoth…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder
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Sadlier-Oxford Level F Units 1-3 | Block C
assuage
elicit
innuendo
provinical
(v.) to make easier or milder
(v.) to draw forth, bring out
(n.) a hint, or indirect suggestion
(adj.) narrow in mind or in outlook
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder
elicit
(v.) to draw forth, bring out
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Sadlier-Oxford English Study Words
Asseverate (e 'sev e rat)
Atrophy ('a tre fe)
Bastion ('bas chen)
Concord ('kan kord)
(v) To affirm earnestly and with emphasis
(n) The wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressi…
(n) A fortified place, stronghold
(n) A state of agreement, harmony, a treaty
Asseverate (e 'sev e rat)
(v) To affirm earnestly and with emphasis
Atrophy ('a tre fe)
(n) The wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressi…
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Sadlier-Oxford English Vocab #9
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(V.) Intense dislike or hatred for... Syn: Detest... Ant: Savor
(N.) Modification of social patterns
(Adj.) Inherent cause or character... Syn: Incidental... Ant: Essen…
(V.) To assign or refer to... Syn: Credit
Abominate
(V.) Intense dislike or hatred for... Syn: Detest... Ant: Savor
Acculturation
(N.) Modification of social patterns
English Midterm Sadlier Oxford Terms
Acculturation
Jaded
Decadence
Expedite
The modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
Wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satiated by…
Decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period of de…
To make easy, cause to progress faster... The pleasant backgrou…
Acculturation
The modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
Jaded
Wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satiated by…
English Final - Vocab (Sadlier Oxford)
interim
inundate
vagrant
malign
(n.) the time between; (adj.) temporary, coming between two p…
(v.) to flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size... s: s…
(n.) an idle wanderer, tramp; (adj.) wandering aimlessly... s: (…
(v.) to speak evil of, slander; (adj.) evil... s: (v.) defame, v…
interim
(n.) the time between; (adj.) temporary, coming between two p…
inundate
(v.) to flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size... s: s…
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Sadlier Oxford English Final Vocan
Bedlam
Erudite
Concoct
Transient
Noun: a scene of uproar and confusion
Adjective: having or showing great knowledge
Verb: to make by combining various ingredients, create or dev…
Adjective: lasting only for a short time... Noun: someone who is…
Bedlam
Noun: a scene of uproar and confusion
Erudite
Adjective: having or showing great knowledge
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English 9: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Unit 2
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
clever, expert in the use of hands or mind
peaceable, friendly
having a deep-seated distaste, opposed
given to fighting, combative, aggressive
adroit
clever, expert in the use of hands or mind
amicable
peaceable, friendly
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Unit 1 (English 9)
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
(v.) to corrupt, to make things worse by the addition of some…
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well
(v.) to make larger, increase
(adj.) deprived of, made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
(v.) to corrupt, to make things worse by the addition of some…
ambidextrous
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well
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English sadlier oxford level g 1-3
Acquisitive
Arrogate
Banal
Belabor
concerned with acquiring wealth or property
to claim or take without right
Dull, Worn out, overused
To work excessivly
Acquisitive
concerned with acquiring wealth or property
Arrogate
to claim or take without right
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English 10 Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level E unit 2 Modified
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Benevolent
(adj.) peaceable, friendly... SYNONYMS: congenial, neighborly,…
(adj.) having deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... SYNON…
(adj.) given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive; (n.…
(adj.) kindly, charitable... SYNONYMS: benign, well-meaning... ANT…
Amicable
(adj.) peaceable, friendly... SYNONYMS: congenial, neighborly,…
Averse
(adj.) having deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... SYNON…
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Sadlier Oxford Unit 8 Vocab for Tanner A Block
Bane
Cantankerous
De facto
Harbinger
(n) the source or cause of fatal injury, ruin, poison, destru…
(adj.) irritable; ill-humored; stubborn; cranky
(adj.) actually existing or in effect, although not legally r…
(n) a forerunner, herald; (v) to herald the approach of
Bane
(n) the source or cause of fatal injury, ruin, poison, destru…
Cantankerous
(adj.) irritable; ill-humored; stubborn; cranky
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(English) Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 1
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
Make impure by adding a foreign or inferioir substance
Equally skillful with each hand
Enlarge or increase
Sorrowful through loss or deprivation
Adulterate
Make impure by adding a foreign or inferioir substance
Ambidextrous
Equally skillful with each hand
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocab Words English 10H
Amnesty
Autonomy
Equitable
Extricate
a general pardon for an offense against a government; in gene…
Self-government; political control
fair, embodying the principles of justice
to free from difficulties
Amnesty
a general pardon for an offense against a government; in gene…
Autonomy
Self-government; political control
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English 10 Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level E unit 2 Modified
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Benevolent
(adj.) peaceable, friendly... SYNONYMS: congenial, neighborly,…
(adj.) having deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... SYNON…
(adj.) given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive; (n.…
(adj.) kindly, charitable... SYNONYMS: benign, well-meaning... ANT…
Amicable
(adj.) peaceable, friendly... SYNONYMS: congenial, neighborly,…
Averse
(adj.) having deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... SYNON…
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Q1 - English: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 1
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
(n.) The expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) A combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n.) Decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period…
Approbation
(n.) The expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
Assuage
(v.) To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
English I Unit 8 Vocabulary (Sadlier-Oxford)
acrimonious
bovine
consternation
corpulent
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone... Synonyms: biting, h…
(adj.) resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive... Synonym…
(noun) dismay, confusion... Synonyms: shock, amazement, dismay
(adj.) fat; having a large, bulky body... Synonyms: overweight,…
acrimonious
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone... Synonyms: biting, h…
bovine
(adj.) resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive... Synonym…
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Q1 - English: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 4
affable
aggrandize
amorphous
archetype
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to... SY…
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
(adj.) shapeless, without definite form; of no particular typ…
(n.) an original model on which something was patterned or re…
affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to... SY…
aggrandize
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
AP English vocab (sadlier-Oxford) set 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
Warn; caution
Opening; gap
Bandit
Prudent; cautious
Admonish
Warn; caution
Breach
Opening; gap
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Midterms English Sadlier Oxford Unit 1-8
Ambidextrous
Bereft
Gibes
Guise
Able to use both hands
Made unhappy
Scornful look
Mask, disguise
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands
Bereft
Made unhappy
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Units 1-12 Vocab Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary- English I
Atone
Bondage
Credible
Defray
(v.) to make up for... SYN: expiate, make amends for... ANT: depriv…
(n.) slavery; any state of being bound or held down... SYN: serv…
(adj.) believable... SYN: plausible, acceptable, likely... ANT: imp…
(v.) to pay for... SYN: settle, bear the cost, foot the bill... ANT…
Atone
(v.) to make up for... SYN: expiate, make amends for... ANT: depriv…
Bondage
(n.) slavery; any state of being bound or held down... SYN: serv…
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English Sadlier-Oxford Level E, Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others... S—selfles…
to agree or express agreement... S—(verb) concur, consent, acced…
a person who helps people or institutions... S—patron, humanitar…
being attentive to women like an ideal knight... S—gallant, civi…
altruistic
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others... S—selfles…
assent
to agree or express agreement... S—(verb) concur, consent, acced…
English Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary 2 (Part-of-speech)
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
Verb
Noun
Adjective
Adjective
Ameliorate
Verb
Aplomb
Noun
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English sadlier oxford level g 1-3
Accost
Animadversion
Avid
Brackish
To confront
Strong Criticism
enthusiastic
Salty tasting
Accost
To confront
Animadversion
Strong Criticism
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English Midterm 9 Honors Sadlier Oxford Vocab
Hamper
Superfluous
Semblance
Incorrigible
To hold back
Exceeding what is sufficient or required
A likeness; an outward appearance; an apparition
Not able to be corrected; beyond control
Hamper
To hold back
Superfluous
Exceeding what is sufficient or required
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English: Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 10
accrue
annotation
bedlam
covert
v. to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural re…
n. a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for…
n. a state or scene of uproar and confusion; pandemonium, ,
adj. hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret; sheltered,…
accrue
v. to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural re…
annotation
n. a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for…
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English 2 Final (Navarro) Vocabulary: Sadlier-Oxford
approbation
assuage
hackneyed
jaded
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(adj.) used so often as to lack freshness or originality
(adj.) wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satia…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
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Sadlier-Oxford Units 12-13 English III
Absolve
Caricature
Clangor
Contiguous
(verb) clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt... Synonyms:…
(noun) a representation (drawing) in which subject's characte…
(noun) a loud ringing sound (verb) make a loud ringing noise…
(adj.) side by side, touching; near, adjacent in time... Synony…
Absolve
(verb) clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt... Synonyms:…
Caricature
(noun) a representation (drawing) in which subject's characte…
English Exam Vocabulary Sadlier Oxford and Hunger Games
Reaping
Deterrent
Poaching
Maniacally
harvesting
a discouragement to act in a particular way
hunting illeglly
overly enthusiastically
Reaping
harvesting
Deterrent
a discouragement to act in a particular way
English: Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 8
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
(noun) strong dislike; bitter hostility... Syn.: enmity, rancor,…
(noun) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest... Syn.: indiffer…
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future... Syn.:…
(verb) to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of a…
animosity
(noun) strong dislike; bitter hostility... Syn.: enmity, rancor,…
apathy
(noun) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest... Syn.: indiffer…
Dunn English 9 Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level D ALL UNITS
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution/advise against something; ... to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift;... a violation/infraction... (…
(n.) a bandit,robber, outlaw, highwayman
(adj.) careful, cautious
admonish
(v.) to caution/advise against something; ... to scold mildly;…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift;... a violation/infraction... (…
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English 10H 2016-2017 - Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Words - Level F
Amnesty
Autonomy
Axiomatic
Blazon
Noun... A general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
Noun... Self-government; political control... "THE REBELS DEMAND AU…
Adjective... Self-evident, expressing a universally accepted pri…
Verb... To adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously; to publ…
Amnesty
Noun... A general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
Autonomy
Noun... Self-government; political control... "THE REBELS DEMAND AU…
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English 10H- Sadlier-Oxford Level F Unit One B
Jaded
Lurid
Meritorious
Petulant
wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satiated by…
causing shock, horror, or revulsion; sensational; terrible or…
worthy, deserving recognition and praise
peevish, annoyed by trifles, easily irritated and upset
Jaded
wearied, worn-out, dulled (in the sense of being satiated by…
Lurid
causing shock, horror, or revulsion; sensational; terrible or…
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English: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.…
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularit…
(adj.) Pompous or overblown in language; full of high-soundin…
(adj.) Without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Ameliorate
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.…
Aplomb
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularit…
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English: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 11
Abstemious
Censurable
Contingent
Corroborate
(adj.) Moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); charact…
(adj.) deserving of blame or correction
(adj.) Likely but not certain to happen, possible; dependent…
(v.) To confirm, make more certain, bolster, substantiate, ve…
Abstemious
(adj.) Moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); charact…
Censurable
(adj.) deserving of blame or correction
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ENGLISH sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 13
antipathy
applicable
asset
beset
I had a feeling of _____ to this jerk
Your story is not _____ to this argument
Max Zimmerman is an _____ to the tennis team
We _____ our friends with water guns
antipathy
I had a feeling of _____ to this jerk
applicable
Your story is not _____ to this argument
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English: Sadlier-Oxford: Vocabulary Level F: Unit 14
Amenable
Berate
Carnage
Credulous
(Adjective) Willing to follow advice or authority, tractable,…
(Verb) To scold sharply. ... (SYN: chide, rebuke, reprove, repri…
(Noun) Large-scale slaughter or loss of life. ... (SYN: butchery…
(Adjective) Too ready to believe, easily deceived. ... (SYN: gul…
Amenable
(Adjective) Willing to follow advice or authority, tractable,…
Berate
(Verb) To scold sharply. ... (SYN: chide, rebuke, reprove, repri…
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English: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 15
Adamant
Brouhaha
Bulwark
Choleric
(adj.) Firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
(n.) A confused hodgepodge of sounds, hubbub; an uproar or co…
(n.) A strong defense or protection, a solid wall-like struct…
(adj.) Easily made angry, bad-tempered... Synonyms: irascible,…
Adamant
(adj.) Firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
Brouhaha
(n.) A confused hodgepodge of sounds, hubbub; an uproar or co…
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English: Sadlier-Oxford: Vocabulary Level F: Unit 12
Absolve (Verb)
Caricature (Noun) (Verb)
Clangor (Noun) (Verb)
Contiguous (Adjective)
To clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt. ... (SYN: acquit,…
[Noun] a representation, such as a drawing, that exaggerates…
[Noun] a loud ringing sound; [Verb] to make a loud ringing no…
Side by side; touching; near; adjacent in time. ... (SYN: abutti…
Absolve (Verb)
To clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt. ... (SYN: acquit,…
Caricature (Noun) (Verb)
[Noun] a representation, such as a drawing, that exaggerates…
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English: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level F: Unit 9
Abate
Adulation
Anathema
Astute
(V.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
(N.) praise or flattery that is excessive... S: adoration, idoli…
(N.) an object of intense dislike; a curse or strong denuncia…
(Adj.) shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom... S: acute, sag…
Abate
(V.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
Adulation
(N.) praise or flattery that is excessive... S: adoration, idoli…
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English: Sadlier-Oxford: Vocabulary Level F: Unit 13
Abet
Aver
Blatant
Broach
(VERB) To encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in some…
(VERB) To affirm, declare confidently. ... (SYN: assert, assever…
(ADJECTIVE) Noisy in a coarse, offensive way; obvious or cons…
(VERB) To bring up or begin to talk about (a subject); to ann…
Abet
(VERB) To encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in some…
Aver
(VERB) To affirm, declare confidently. ... (SYN: assert, assever…
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