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Freshman Vocabulary!!!! By: Colby Sain <3
Ample fully sufficient or more than adequate for the purpose or needs Like an ample supply of…apples!
Assert to state with assurance, confidence, or force You can be assertive like the people at “above the influence”
Cower to crouch, as in fear or shame Like this guy is cowering from the other guy.
Intrigue to arouse the curiosity or interest of by unusual, new, or otherwise fascinating or compelling qualities The liger intrigued many scientists when thy were first discovered.
Liger! Omg……way better than a tigon….. =P
Aloof reserved or indifferent Pedro seemed very aloof throughout the the napoleon dynamite movie.
Abashed ashamed or embarrassed Spongebob was very abashed when his pants ripped.
Flaunt to parade or display oneself conspicuously Koi fish flaunt their beautiful colors to passersby's.
Repercussion an effect or result, often indirect or remote, of some event or action Tsunamis are repercussions of underwater earthquakes.
Scapegoat a person or group made to bear the blame for others or to suffer in their place The Germans used the Jews as scapegoats in the 1930s.
Juncture the state of being joined Gorilla glue is a very strong juncture
Menial slowly and sometimes degrading Being a janitor is seen as a menial job in today's society.
Wallow to roll about or lie in water, snow, mud, dust, or the like, as for refreshment Pigs often wallow in the mud.
Nullify to declare legally void or inoperative To void a document is to nullify it.
Proxy the agency, function, or power of a person authorized to act as the deputy or substitute for another Dick Cheney is the proxy of George Bush.
Aghast struck with overwhelming shock or amazement Gary was aghast when he saw his brother on dr. Phil. Lol Morgan.
Finesse skill in handling a difficult or highly sensitive situation Bomb technicians are finesse in deactivating bombs.
Genial comforting, friendly, warm, kindly The man did not seem very genial to Mary.
Ostracize to banish or expel Stan was ostracized from south park in one episode for not voting.
Parry to ward off or evade Like you might want to parry a creepy stalker.
Exotic of foreign origin or character The picture of the Afghan girl taken by national geographic, was so popular because the girl eyes are so unusual and exotic.
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