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Vocabulary Level D Unit 5
(noun) a person who takes part in a crime accomplice
annihilate (verb) to destroy completely
arbitrary ( adjective) random, unreasonable; based on one’s wishes or whims without fairness
brazen (adjective) shameless, bold
catalyst (noun) substance that causes a chemical reaction; any agent that causes change
exodus (noun) a large- scale departure or flight
facilitate (verb) to make easier; to assist
incorrigible ( adjective) not able to be corrected; beyond control
latent (adjective) hidden, present but not realized
militant (adjective) given to fighting; active and aggressive in support of a cause
morose (adjective) having a gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or sociable
opaque (adjective) not letting light through; not clear or lucid;
paramount (adjective) chief in importance, above all others
prattle ( verb) to talk in an aimless, foolish, or simple way; to babble
rebut (verb) to offer arguments or evidence that contradicts an assertion; to refute
reprimand (verb) to scold; find fault with
servitude (noun) slavery, forced labor
slapdash ( adjective) careless and hasty
stagnant (adjective) not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive, sluggish, dull Stagnant water turns green with algae.
succumb (verb) to give way to superior force, yield
UNIT 5 VOCABULARY WYNN. VOCABULARY ACCOMPLICE ANNIHILATE ARBITRARY BRAZEN CATALYST EXODUS FACILITATE INCORRIGIBLE LATENT MILITANT MOROSE OPAQUE PARAMOUNT.
Unit 5 Vocabulary. accomplice a person who takes part in a crime Text bullying consequences.
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Stimulus, instigator catalyst. saucy, bold, shameless brazen.
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