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1 Vocabulary Unit 7 Level F

2 audio, hangman, and word search: oxford.com/vocabulary/games.cfm?sp=student&level=F flashcards, scatter, space race: flash-cards/ practice quizzes: ok=vocabulary_workshop_level_f flashcard: vocabulary-level-f-unit http://www.sadlier- oxford.com/vocabulary/games.cfm?sp=student&level=F ok=vocabulary_workshop_level_f vocabulary-level-f-unit

3 3 austere severe or stern in manner; without adornment or luxury, simple, plain, SYN: forbidding, rigorous, puritanical, ascetic, unadorned ANT: mild, indulgent, luxurious, flamboyant

4 4 beneficent performing acts of kindness or charity; conferring benefits, doing good SYN: humanitarian, magnanimous, charitable ANT: selfish, cruel, harmful, deleterious

5 5 cadaverous pale, gaunt, resembling a corpse SYN: corpselike, wasted, haggard, emaciated ghastly ANT: robustportly, rosy, the picture of health

6 6 concoct to prepare by combining ingredients, make up (as a dish) SYN: create, fashion, rustle up

7 7 crass How could anyone be so crass as to spoil such a place? coarse, unfeeling, stupid SYN: crude, vulgar, tasteless, oafish, obtuse ANT: refined, elegant, tasteful, polished, brilliant

8 8 debase (v) to lower in character, quality or value; to degrade SYN: cheapen, corrupt, demean, depreciate ANT: elevate, uplift, improve, enhance

9 9 desecrate to commit sacrilege upon, treat irreverently, to contaminate, polute SYN: profane, defile, violate ANT: revere, honor, venerate, consecrate

10 10 disconcert to confuse, disturb the composure of SYN: upset, rattle, ruffle, faze, perturb ANT: relax, calm, put at ease

11 grandiose grand in an impressive or stately way; marked by pompous affectation or grandeur, absurdly exaggerated SYN: majestic, bombastic, highfalutin

12 inconsequential trifling, unimportant SYN: trivial, negligible, petty, paltry ANT: important, essential, crucial, vital

13 infraction a breaking of a law or obligation SYN: violation, transgression, breach, offense

14 mitigate to make milder or softer, to moderate in force or intensity SYN: lessen, relieve ANT: aggravate, intensify, irritate, exacerbate

15 Pillage – Sherman’s army pillaged and burned farms on their way across Georgia. (v.) To rob of goods by open force (as in war), plunder (n.) the act of looting SYN: ravage, sack, loot

16 Prate – Because he was so nervous, he would prate loudly before each game. To talk a great deal in a foolish or aimless fashion SYN: chatter, prattle, blab, palaver ANT: come to the point, not waste words

17 Punctilious – She was so punctilious that the cupboards were labeled and dishes numbered. Very careful and exact, attentive to fine points of etiquette of propriety SYN: precise, scrupulous, exacting, fussy, finicky ANT: careless, negligent, lax

18 Redoubtable – The redoubtable coach did not build the program so he moved on to a military academy. Inspiring fear or awe; illustrious, eminent SYN: formidable, fearsome, awesome ANT: laughable, risible, contemptible

19 Reprove – He reproved the player for taking such a low percentage shot. To find fault with, scold, rebuke SYN: chide, chastise, upbraid, reproach ANT: praise, commend, laud, pat on the back

20 Restitution – The state paid the man $100,000 as restitution for his wrongful imprisonment. Making good on a loss or damage; the act of restoring someone or something to the rightful owner or to a former state or position SYN: compensation, reimbursement, redress, restoration

21 Stalwart – My dad was my stalwart fan, cheering me on in every game. (adj) Strong and sturdy – brave, resolute (noun) a brave, strong person, a strong supporter SYN: sturdy, stout ANT: weak, infirm

22 Vulnerable – Without my cell phone I felt vulnerable walking alone in the dark. Open to attack: capable of being wounded or damaged; unprotected SYN: defenseless, exposed, unguarded ANT: invincible, protected, safe, secure


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