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The Crucible Vocabulary * Definitions are from Secondary Solutions
abomination an object of disgust, shame or dislike
conjured invoked unnatural or supernatural forces
contention disagreement; a claim made in debate
deference respect towards another’s opinion or interests
innate a quality or characteristic you are born with; something integral or important
licentious sexually immoral; lacking moral or ethical restraint
manifestation a sign; an indication of the existence of something
paradox a statement or situation which is contradictory
prodigious impressive in size or amount
vindictive purposely hurtful or hateful
ameliorate to improve or make better
avid eager for; dedicated to
blasphemy disrespect for God or other sacred things
crone a derogatory term referring to a woman’s age or appearance
flailing hitting or swinging violently
indignant annoyance or anger over an unfairness towards someone or something
pallor paleness in complexion
poppet a ragdoll
vengeance punishment in return for a wrongdoing
wily clever; deceitful
abundant an excess amount
auger a hand tool used to make holes
deposition a witness’s testimony given under oath
effrontery shameless or arrogant behavior
gait a way of walking, trotting like a horse
imperceptible unable to be perceived; tiny or insignificant
plaintiff a person who brings a lawsuit against another
vestry a room in a church where sacred objects are kept
wrath extreme anger; God’s punishment for sin
agape with mouth open in astonishment
beguile to charm or deceive
cleave to faithfully cling to
disputation a verbal disagreement; argument
excommunication exclusion from a church or group
gaunt excessively thin or withered
gibbet a hanging post; gallows
indictment a formal accusation before a jury
reprieve delay of punishment
sibilance a hissing sound
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