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Unit 3 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy; opponent
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skill
to compel, force
adversary
an enemy; opponent
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
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Unit 1 Vocabulary Sadlier Oxford
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt or make worse
able to use both hands equally well
to make larger; increase
deprived of, made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
to corrupt or make worse
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well
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Unit 2 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
adroit (adj.)
amicable (adj.)
averse (adj.)
belligerent (adj.)
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
peaceable, friendly
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling
given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive (n.) one at…
adroit (adj.)
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
amicable (adj.)
peaceable, friendly
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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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Unit 2 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
adroit' (adj.)
am'icable (adj.)
averse' (adj.)
bellig'erent (adj.)
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind... syn: clever,…
peaceable, friendly... syn:congenial, neighborly, cordial... ant:ho…
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... syn:disincl…
given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive (n.) one at…
adroit' (adj.)
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind... syn: clever,…
am'icable (adj.)
peaceable, friendly... syn:congenial, neighborly, cordial... ant:ho…
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Unit 3 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy; opponent
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skill
to compel, force
adversary
an enemy; opponent
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
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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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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level F: Unit 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj.) Resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) To assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute.…
Abominate
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
Acculturation
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
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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 Vocabulary
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Aplomb
Bombastic
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.
perpendicularity.
(n.) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence;
(adj.) Pompous or overblown in language;
Ameliorate
(v.) To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming.
Aplomb
perpendicularity.
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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…
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Level F Unit 5
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
(n.) self-government, political control... SYNONYM: home rule... A…
(adj.) self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
(v.) to adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously; to publ…
amnesty
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
autonomy
(n.) self-government, political control... SYNONYM: home rule... A…
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Unit 14 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
affliction
akin
cosmopolitan
elongate
n. a physical ailment; a cause of pain or trouble, misfortune
adj. related by blood; having similar qualities or character
adj. found in most parts of the world;having many fields of i…
v. to grow in length, become longer; to extend the length of
affliction
n. a physical ailment; a cause of pain or trouble, misfortune
akin
adj. related by blood; having similar qualities or character
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Unit 15 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
authoritative
bankrupt
clamor
coincide
adj. official, coming from a source that calls for obedience…
adj. in a state of financial ruin; ... v. to ruin financially;... n…
n. a public outcry;any loud and continued noise;... v. to call f…
v. to be in full agreement; to be the same in nature, charact…
authoritative
adj. official, coming from a source that calls for obedience…
bankrupt
adj. in a state of financial ruin; ... v. to ruin financially;... n…
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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…
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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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Sadlier-Oxford Unit 2 Vocabulary
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
(v) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(n) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
(adj) pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding…
(adj) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lack…
Ameliorate
(v) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
(n) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level G - Unit 2
Accost
Animadversion
Avid
Brackish
(v.) To approach and speak first, to confront in a challengin…
(n.) A comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
(adj.) Desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely…
(adj.) Having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
Accost
(v.) To approach and speak first, to confront in a challengin…
Animadversion
(n.) A comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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Unit 9 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
accelerate
bystander
canvass
casual
v. to speed up, cause to move faster; to bring about more qui…
n. one who looks or observes, a person present but not taking…
v. to go through an area in order to procure votes, sales, or…
adj. happening by chance or on an irregular basis; showing li…
accelerate
v. to speed up, cause to move faster; to bring about more qui…
bystander
n. one who looks or observes, a person present but not taking…
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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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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level D, Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v) to make shorter
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
(n) an angry argument
(adj) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v) to make shorter
adherent
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level F: Unit 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj.) Resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) To assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute.…
Abominate
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
Acculturation
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
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Sadlier-Oxford Unit 2 Vocabulary
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
ADJ; skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind; SYN -…
ADJ; peaceable and friendly; SYN - congenial; ANT - hostile
ADJ; having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling. SYN-d…
ADJ; given to fighting, warlike; combative, agressive... N; one…
adroit
ADJ; skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind; SYN -…
amicable
ADJ; peaceable and friendly; SYN - congenial; ANT - hostile
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level F: Unit 6
Anomalous
Aspersion
Bizarre
Brusque
(adj.) abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual... Synony…
(n) a damaging or derogatory statement; the act of slandering…
(adj.) extremely strange, unusual, atypical... Synonyms: grote…
(adj.) abrupt, blunt, with no formalities.... Synonyms: tactle…
Anomalous
(adj.) abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual... Synony…
Aspersion
(n) a damaging or derogatory statement; the act of slandering…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level G: Unit 9
acclamation
bucolic
calumniate
chary
(n.) a shout of welcome; an overwhelming verbal vote of appro…
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to…
(v.) to slander; to accuse falsely and maliciously... (SYN: defa…
(Adj.) extremely cautious, hesitant, or slow (to); reserved,…
acclamation
(n.) a shout of welcome; an overwhelming verbal vote of appro…
bucolic
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to…
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Vocabulary Unit 10 (Sadlier-Oxford
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
(adj.) bare, dreary, dismal
(v.) to blame; scold
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
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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 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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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 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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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level D, Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v) to make shorter
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
(n) an angry argument
(adj) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v) to make shorter
adherent
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level G: Unit 8
allege
arrant
badinage
concillate
(v.) to assert without proof or confirmation ... (SYN: contend)…
(adj.) thoroughgoing, out-and-out; shameless, blatant... (SYN: e…
(n.) light and playful conversation ... (SYN: banter, persiflage…
(v.) to overcome the distrust of, win over; to appease, pacif…
allege
(v.) to assert without proof or confirmation ... (SYN: contend)…
arrant
(adj.) thoroughgoing, out-and-out; shameless, blatant... (SYN: e…
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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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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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Unit 13 Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary
agitation
blurt
chronological
countenance
n. a violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion, excitemen…
v. to say suddenly or without thinking
adj. arranged in order of time of occurrence
n. a face, facial expression... v. to tolerate or approve
agitation
n. a violent stirring or movement; noisy confusion, excitemen…
blurt
v. to say suddenly or without thinking
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English Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary 2 (Part-of-speech)
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
Verb
Noun
Adjective
Adjective
Ameliorate
Verb
Aplomb
Noun
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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…
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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…
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Sadlier-Oxford Unit 2 Vocabulary
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
ADJ; skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind; ANT -…
ADJ; peaceable and friendly; SYN - congenial;
ADJ; having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling. ANT -…
ADJ; given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive... N; one…
adroit
ADJ; skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind; ANT -…
amicable
ADJ; peaceable and friendly; SYN - congenial;
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary: Level F: Unit 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
(adj.) Resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cau…
(v.) To assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute.…
Abominate
(v.) To have an intense dislike or hatred for.... Synonyms: Loa…
Acculturation
(n.) The modification of the social patterns, traits, or stru…
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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 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 Vocabulary Level C Unit 1
adage
bonanza
churlish
citadel
(n.) a proverb, wise saying
(n.) A rich mass of ore in a mine; something very valuable, p…
(adj.) lacking politeness or good manners; lacking sensitivit…
(n.) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any stron…
adage
(n.) a proverb, wise saying
bonanza
(n.) A rich mass of ore in a mine; something very valuable, p…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level G - Unit 3
Articulate
Cavort
Credence
Decry
(v.) To pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; to co…
(v.) To romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
(n.) Belief, mental acceptance
(v.) To condemn, express strong disapproval; to officially de…
Articulate
(v.) To pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; to co…
Cavort
(v.) To romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
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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 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 Vocabulary level G Unit 15
amenity
aperture
dissidence
epicurean
that which is pleasant or agreeable, attractive features, cus…
the opening, gap, hole, orifice ... Antonyms, closure blockage,…
a difference of opinion, discontent ... Synonyms: disagreement,…
devoted to the pursuit of pleasure: fond of good food, comfor…
amenity
that which is pleasant or agreeable, attractive features, cus…
aperture
the opening, gap, hole, orifice ... Antonyms, closure blockage,…
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