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Sadlier Level D Unit 2 Vocabulary
alien citizen of another country British Actor Playing American Icon- Superman Aliens to America 1.
compensate 1. (v) to make up for 1.
erratic (adj.) not regular or consistent, irregular
expulsion (n)the process of driving or forcing out, kicking out
Fortify (v) to strengthen, build up 1.
illegible (adj.) difficult or impossible to read 1.
jeer (v) to make fun of rudely (n) a rude remark of derision
lucrative (adj.) bringing in money
mediocre (adj.) average, ordinary FCAFCA
subjugate (v) to conquer by force 1.
tantalize (v) to tease 1.
terse (adj.) brief and to the point STOP! NO! BE QUIET!
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