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Vocab B Unit 5
1. Anecdote (n.) A short story Ex: She wrote an anecdote about her weekend.
2. Consolidate (v.) To combine To unite To make stronger Ex: Please consolidate all of your sentences into one paragraph.
3. Counterfeit (n.,v.,adj.) A fake To make a copy False Ex: The man got in trouble for trying to pay with counterfeit money.
4. Docile (adj.) Easily taught Obedient Calm Ex: The little lamb is very docile and calm.
5. Dominate (v.) To rule over To control Ex: Dont dominate the conversation. Let other people talk too!!
6. Entreat (v.) To beg To plead Ex: The student entreated the teacher to give them extra credit.
7. Fallible (adj.) Mistaken Incorrect Inaccurate Ex: Since no one is perfect, everyone is fallible, even Miss Mol.
8. Fickle (adj.) Inconsistent Changes easily Ex: The fickle girl is always changing her mind.
9. Fugitive (n.,adj.) Someone who runs away Lasting a short time Difficult to understand Ex: The prisoner broke out of jail and now he is a fugitive.
10. Grimy (adj.) Very dirty Covered with dirt Ex: Dont touch the grimy floor.
11. Iota (n.) A very small amount
12. Maul (v.,n.) To beat To be rough with A heavy hammer
13. Potential (adj.,n.) Possible Something that can happen, but has not yet
14. Radiant (adj.) Shining bright
15. Rural (adj.) Farm areas Areas with few people
16. Substantial (adj.) Large Important Major
17. Tactful (adj.) Skilled in handling people Polite
18. Tamper (v.) To interfere with To fool around with
19. Ultimate (adj.) Last, final Most important Best
20. Uncertainty (n.) Doubt Unsure Not certain
UNIT 5 VOCABULARY. ANECDOTE (n) a short account of an incident in someone’s life The governor told a humorous anecdote about her first day in office.
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