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English Vocabulary Set #6
bulwark
Cache
cacophony
cajole
A defensive wall
a hiding place
harsh sounds
To wheedle, Coax
bulwark
A defensive wall
Cache
a hiding place
English vocabulary Set: 6
Lucrative ... Adjective
Mediocre ... Adjective
Proliferate... Verb
Subjugate ... Verb
Producing wealth; profitable... Synonyms: fruitful, profitable,…
Moderate to inferior in quality ... Synonyms: ordinary, common,…
To increase or spread at a rapid rate... Synonyms: breed, expan…
To bring under control; to make subservient; to enslave... Syno…
Lucrative ... Adjective
Producing wealth; profitable... Synonyms: fruitful, profitable,…
Mediocre ... Adjective
Moderate to inferior in quality ... Synonyms: ordinary, common,…
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Vocabulary set #6 (English)
Ex
Poly
Re
Hypo
Out
Many
Again
Under
Ex
Out
Poly
Many
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English vocabulary set #6
Dwell (hill)💥2
Assail (sail) 💥1
Quail (quail bird)💥1
Quell (quite)
To make one's home; reside; to focus attention on; to speak o…
To attack violently
To shrink with fear; to cower; to lose heart and courage
To extinguish; to put down or suppress by force
Dwell (hill)💥2
To make one's home; reside; to focus attention on; to speak o…
Assail (sail) 💥1
To attack violently
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English 6 Vocabulary Set #1
Brocade
Cataclysm
Gingerly
Gloop
A fabric woven with a intricate design.
A violent upheaval; a disaster.
Gently; cautiously or carefully.
A messy or sticky substance.
Brocade
A fabric woven with a intricate design.
Cataclysm
A violent upheaval; a disaster.
English Vocabulary Set 6
reprehensible
rendezvous
implore
clad
Deserving blame or punishment
to meet in secret accordance
To beg
A diagram that is based on patterns of shared, derived traits…
reprehensible
Deserving blame or punishment
rendezvous
to meet in secret accordance
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English Vocabulary - Set 6
appeal
suggest
quotation
initiate
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
to imply, infer or say
a passage that is quoted from a book, speech, etc. OR ... words…
to begin
appeal
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
suggest
to imply, infer or say
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English Vocabulary Set #6
Attenuate (v)
Emaciated (adj)
Haggard (adj)
Lank (adj)
Make thin; weaken
Made unaturally thin
Careworn (worn out because of stress); gaunt
Lean and ungracefully tall
Attenuate (v)
Make thin; weaken
Emaciated (adj)
Made unaturally thin
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English Vocabulary set 6
Environs
Hapless
Heinous
Incognito
The area adjoining or surrounding a place
unfortunate
(adj.) very wicked, offensive, hateful
Having ones true identity concealed
Environs
The area adjoining or surrounding a place
Hapless
unfortunate
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English Vocabulary Set #6
aegis
auspicious
jaded
atone
protection, sponsorship (noun)
favorable, promising a good outcome (adj.)
wearied, dulled, bored by having too much (adj.)
make up (for a wrong) (verb)
aegis
protection, sponsorship (noun)
auspicious
favorable, promising a good outcome (adj.)
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English Vocabulary Set #6
Drone
Pedestrian
Desecrate
Euphonious
Verb... To talk on and on in a dull way... Synonyms: hum; bumble... O…
Adjective... Commonplace; ordinary... Synonyms: banal; humdrum; me…
Verb... To show disrespect or to deface something sacred... Synony…
Adjective... Melodious; pleasant sounding ... Synonyms: tuneful; m…
Drone
Verb... To talk on and on in a dull way... Synonyms: hum; bumble... O…
Pedestrian
Adjective... Commonplace; ordinary... Synonyms: banal; humdrum; me…
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English vocabulary set #6
Adverse
Arid
Assailant
Billow
(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile... syn: c…
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting or dull... syn: barren; bori…
(noun) A person who attacks violently with blows (physical pu…
(noun) a large wave (v.) to rise and swell like a wave... syn: (…
Adverse
(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile... syn: c…
Arid
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting or dull... syn: barren; bori…
English Vocabulary Set #6
Proficiency
Conjecture
Hypocrisy
Vermin
Skill, competence
To guess
Pretense of sincerity and virtue
Disease carrying, destructive small animals
Proficiency
Skill, competence
Conjecture
To guess
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English Vocabulary Set #6
Beneficial
Consecrate
Convincing
Curtail
Helpful. Adjective.
To make holy or sacred, set apart for a higher purpose. Verb.
Making you believe something. Adjective.
To cut short or reduce. Verb
Beneficial
Helpful. Adjective.
Consecrate
To make holy or sacred, set apart for a higher purpose. Verb.
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English vocabulary set 6
Ameliorate
Baleful
Berate
Circumvent
To improve
Expressing Hatered
To critisize
Avoid situation by plan
Ameliorate
To improve
Baleful
Expressing Hatered
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English Vocabulary set 6
rapacious-adj
voluble-adj
dissension-noun
venerate-verb
greedy
talkative
disagreement
to deeply respect
rapacious-adj
greedy
voluble-adj
talkative
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Amalgamation
Corpulent
Fortuitous
Hasten
Noun... Combining or writing something
Adjective... Fat
Adjective... Happening by accident or choice
Verb... Be quick to do something
Amalgamation
Noun... Combining or writing something
Corpulent
Adjective... Fat
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Atone
Bondage
Credible
Defray
(v.) to make up for ... Synonyms: expiate, made amends
(n.) slavery; any state of being bound or held down ... Synonym…
(adj.) believable ... Synonyms: plausible, acceptable, likely…
(v.) to pay for ... Synonyms: bear the cost, foot the bill, set…
Atone
(v.) to make up for ... Synonyms: expiate, made amends
Bondage
(n.) slavery; any state of being bound or held down ... Synonym…
English Vocabulary Set 6
Rehabilitate
Flagrant
Comprehensive
Conventional
to restore to a normal life through therapy and education
outrageous, obvious
taking much or everything into account
ordinary
Rehabilitate
to restore to a normal life through therapy and education
Flagrant
outrageous, obvious
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English vocabulary set 6
Nepotism
Begrudge
Mandarin
Glutinous
Favoritism shown to family and friends by thise in power, esp…
To resent another's success to envy.
An influential person' a respected member of an elite group.
Gluey or sticky.
Nepotism
Favoritism shown to family and friends by thise in power, esp…
Begrudge
To resent another's success to envy.
English Vocabulary - Set 6
enervate
ensconce
enunciate
epicure
weaken (verb)
settle comfortably (verb)
speak distinctly (verb)
connoisseur of food or drink (noun)
enervate
weaken (verb)
ensconce
settle comfortably (verb)
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English Vocabulary Set 6
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
unselfish
to express agreement
one who does good to others
marked by honor, courage
altruistic
unselfish
assent
to express agreement
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English- Vocabulary Set 6
Flagrant
Patrician
Fracas
Lacerate
bad
nobleperson
fight
to tear
Flagrant
bad
Patrician
nobleperson
Grade 6 English Vocabulary Set 9
Cancelled
Indoor
To Creep
Zones
decide or announce that (an arranged or planned event) will n…
situated, conducted, or used within a building or under cover…
move slowly and carefully, esp. in order to avoid being heard…
An area or a region distinguished from adjacent parts by a di…
Cancelled
decide or announce that (an arranged or planned event) will n…
Indoor
situated, conducted, or used within a building or under cover…
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English Vocabulary Set 6
assuage
impotent
predilection
nebulous
v. make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
adj. unable to take effective action; helpless, powerless
n. preference or special liking for something
adj. hazy
assuage
v. make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
impotent
adj. unable to take effective action; helpless, powerless
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Adulation
Vindicate
Evanescent
Superfluous
excessive devotion to something
to clear from suspicion
vanishing, fleeting, fading away
more than is sufficient, unecessary
Adulation
excessive devotion to something
Vindicate
to clear from suspicion
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Vocabulary English Set 6
jaded adjective
gist noun
advocate verb
efface verb
Worn out, dulled, as from overindulgence.
The main point.
To recommend, to speak in favor of.
To obliterate, to wipe out.
jaded adjective
Worn out, dulled, as from overindulgence.
gist noun
The main point.
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English Vocabulary Set 6
anthology
astute
catalog
chronological
a collection of selected writings by one author
clever; ingenious
a list or record
arranged in the order of time
anthology
a collection of selected writings by one author
astute
clever; ingenious
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English Vocabulary set 6
rapacious (adj.)
stricture (n)
urbane (adj.)
recant (v)
agressively greedy
a restriction
suave, courteous and refined in manner
to say that one no longer holds an opinion or belief
rapacious (adj.)
agressively greedy
stricture (n)
a restriction
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English Vocabulary Set 6
felicity
foible
furtive
galvanize
(n) a state of happiness
(n) a personal weakness or failing; a minor flaw in character…
(adj) stealthy or sly, like the actions of a thief
(v) to stimulate as if by electric shock; startle; excite to…
felicity
(n) a state of happiness
foible
(n) a personal weakness or failing; a minor flaw in character…
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Moratorium
Demure
Demur
Extemporaneous
a formal delay, suspension following uncovering of mismanaged…
modest and shy
to express unwillingness to do something
done without planning, improvised
Moratorium
a formal delay, suspension following uncovering of mismanaged…
Demure
modest and shy
English Vocabulary - Set 6
appeal
suggest
quotation
initiate
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
to imply, infer or say
a passage that is quoted from a book, speech, etc. OR ... words…
to begin
appeal
to attract or interest OR ... to ask
suggest
to imply, infer or say
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English Vocabulary set #6
Enigma
Apathy
Officious
Credence
A person or thing that is difficult to understand
Lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern
Assertive of authority in an annoyingly domineering way
Believe in or acceptant of something as true
Enigma
A person or thing that is difficult to understand
Apathy
Lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern
English vocabulary set 6
Haughty
Hedonist
Hypothesis
Impetuous
Having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of thos…
A person who believes that the pursuit of pleasure is then mo…
Educated guess
Characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberat…
Haughty
Having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of thos…
Hedonist
A person who believes that the pursuit of pleasure is then mo…
English Vocabulary: Set 6
Recant
Incantation
Disenchanted
Inaudible
To formally withdraw
Ritual chant; spell
Losing fondness for; disillusioned
So quiet as to be impossible to hear
Recant
To formally withdraw
Incantation
Ritual chant; spell
English Vocabulary - Set 6
pique
plaudit
poignancy
polygamist
irritation (n)
round of applause (n)
keenness of emotion (n)
one who has more than one spouse at a time (n)
pique
irritation (n)
plaudit
round of applause (n)
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English vocabulary set 6
Gregarious
Egregious
Egregious
Atrophy
Sociable
Remarkably bad
Remarkably bad
Waste away
Gregarious
Sociable
Egregious
Remarkably bad
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Acclaim
Archaic
Censorious
Credulity
Approval or praise
Of an ancient time, out of date
Highly critical and upbraiding
A tendency to believe too quickly
Acclaim
Approval or praise
Archaic
Of an ancient time, out of date
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English Vocabulary set 6
Compliant
Concomitant
Concord
Condole
Submissive, yielding
Existing concurrently
Agreement
To grieve; to express sympathy
Compliant
Submissive, yielding
Concomitant
Existing concurrently
English vocabulary set 6
Adorn
Revelry
Glowered
Avails
Add beauty to; decorate
Merry making; festivity
Glared; stared angrily
Is of use; helps
Adorn
Add beauty to; decorate
Revelry
Merry making; festivity
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English Vocabulary Set 6
acrimonious
dispassionate
dissension
dissipate
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone
(adj.) impartial; calm, free from emotion
(n.) disagreement, sharp difference of opinion
(v.) to cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel; to send fooli…
acrimonious
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone
dispassionate
(adj.) impartial; calm, free from emotion
English Vocabulary Set 6
Hover
Jostle
Laggard
Plaudits
(v) to float or hang suspended over; to make back and forth u…
(n) to make or force one's way by pushing or elbowing ; to bu…
(n) a person who moves slowly or falls behind (adj) falling b…
(n pl) applause, enthusiastic praise or approval
Hover
(v) to float or hang suspended over; to make back and forth u…
Jostle
(n) to make or force one's way by pushing or elbowing ; to bu…
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English Vocabulary set #6
Impetuous
Exasperation
Surreptitiuos
Tenacious
Impulsive
Irritation
Obtained by stealth
Stubborn
Impetuous
Impulsive
Exasperation
Irritation
English Vocabulary set #6
Countenance
Consternation
Pestilential
Copious
Appearance, especially the look or expression or the face
A sudden, alarming or dread that results in utter confusion
harmful or destructive
abundant in supply or quantity
Countenance
Appearance, especially the look or expression or the face
Consternation
A sudden, alarming or dread that results in utter confusion
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English Vocabulary Set 6
gradient
deceased
secession
gradation
n. the degree to which something inclines; slope
adj. no longer living; dead
n. a formal withdrawal from membership in an organization, as…
n. a degree or step in a series of gradual changes
gradient
n. the degree to which something inclines; slope
deceased
adj. no longer living; dead
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Vocabulary Set 6 English
Beatific
Clad
Desolation
Filigree
(adj) Completely happy
(v) Clothed, covered or encased
(n) Barren wasteland
(n) Decoration of delicate and complicated designs made of fi…
Beatific
(adj) Completely happy
Clad
(v) Clothed, covered or encased
English Vocabulary- Set 6
Induce
Insinuate
Mitigate
Propagate
Bring about
To suggest indirectly or subtly
To make less violent or alleviate
To multiply or spread out
Induce
Bring about
Insinuate
To suggest indirectly or subtly
English vocabulary set 6
Reciprocate
Timorous
Tentative
Tactful
Verb; to do something to someone who has done something for y…
Adjective; easily frightened
Adjective; not definite; not confident; hesitant; still able…
Adjective; careful not to offend or upset other people. (Havi…
Reciprocate
Verb; to do something to someone who has done something for y…
Timorous
Adjective; easily frightened
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Martyr
Esteemed
Rummage
Bourgeois
a person who is killed because of their religious or other be…
respect and admire
search unsystematically and untidily through a mass or recept…
of or characteristic of the middle class, typically with refe…
Martyr
a person who is killed because of their religious or other be…
Esteemed
respect and admire
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English Vocabulary Set 6
Calamitous
Carnal
Carouse
Carp
(adj) disastrous, catastrophic
(adj) of the flesh
(v) drink to excess; live it up
(v) to find fault, complain constantly
Calamitous
(adj) disastrous, catastrophic
Carnal
(adj) of the flesh
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