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12 CP Vocab 7
sectarian Adjective Narrowly confined to a particular group “Members of the sectarian cult gave no thought to the beliefs of outsiders.”
peregrination Noun Travel by walking “Vince planned a summer of peregrination throughout Europe.”
accoutrement Noun An accessory item of dress or equipment “Various accoutrement dangled from the workbelt of the telephone repairman.”
contrive Verb To plan cleverly; to devise “After four days in captivity, Steve contrived an escape plan that could not fail.”
hubris Noun Overbearing pride; arrogance “Hubris is the character flaw found in many tragic heroes.”
Platitude Noun An obvious remark; a cliché The two candidates offered plenty of platitudes, but no practical solutions.
venerate Verb To respect or revere “Young scholars often venerate the idea of the great philosophers.”
scullion Noun A servant for menial tasks “Scullions scrubbed the castle floors for hours prior to the king’s feast.”
stringent Adjective Restrictive; imposing demanding standards “The dynamite factory imposed stringent safety rules to prevent any catastrophe.”
haughty Adjective Condescending proud; arrogant “The haughty boy thought that his family’s wealth made him better than the other students.”
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