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VOCABULARY LIST #1 Quiz Friday, September 6
1. Imputation6. Incessantly 2. Instigate7. Disconsolate 3. Prudence8. Vexation 4. Coveted9. Aghast 5. Depreciate10. Gamut
IMPUTATION- NOUN an accusation
INSTIGATE- VERB to stir up or cause to happen
PRUDENCE- NOUN cautious, good judgment
COVETED- ADJECTIVE desired strongly; wished for longingly
DEPRECIATE- VERB to lessen the price or value of
INCESSANTLY- ADJECTIVE endlessly; constantly
DISCONSOLATE- ADJECTIVE so unhappy that nothing can comfort; hopeless and depressed
VEXATION- NOUN anger, annoyance, or distress
AGHAST- ADJECTIVE filled with fear, horror, or amazement
GAMUT- NOUN the entire range or series of something
I resent the imputation that I'm nice to Grandmother because she has money.
The principal has instigated an investigation into the cause of the fight at lunch.
He always exercised prudence when he went out with his fraternity brothers.
Jessica has coveted the latest iPhone ever since she saw one at the mall.
The value of my Porsche has depreciated because so many sports cars are for sale at a discount price right now.
My neighbors dog keeps me up at night because it incessantly barks.
The team returned disconsolate from losing the state championship in the final game.
Her vexation with the broken copier only increased when she missed the deadline to fax an important document.
The audience was aghast to see how horrible the play was.
Todd experienced the full gamut of human emotions during his breakup with his girlfriend of two years.
SYNONYMS Imputation= A. WisdomB. Insinuation C. Diminish
Instigate= A. MisguideB. EncourageC. Force
Prudence= A. AnalysisB. IgnoranceC. Wisdom
Coveted= A. LikeB. DisregardC. Crave
Depreciate= A. DiminishB. DestroyC. Increase
Incessantly= A. SoothingB. TemporaryC. Continuous
Disconsolate= A. UncomfortableB. Happy C. Miserable
Vexation= A. AgitationB. DesperationC. Joy
Aghast= A. ScaredB. FearlessC. Shocked
Gamut= A. Spectrum B. SelectionC. Fraction
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