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Diary of Anne Frank Vocabulary Review
AGGRAVATING Exasperate or irritate
APPREHENSION Dread; a feeling of anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen. Fearful expectation or anticipation.
CONSPICUOUS Without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious. Very easy to see; noticeable
DISGRUNTLED In a state of sulky dissatisfaction In bad humor; displeased; discontented
FOREBODING To have a premonition of (a future misfortune)
FRENZY Condition of wild excitement and agitation.
INDIGNANTLY In an outraged, offended manner Feeling or expressing anger at, unjust, mean, or ungrateful
INTUITION Instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes).
JUBILATION A feeling of extreme joy
LOATH Hate or a strong dislike for something Not willing to do something contrary to one’s ways
ONSLAUGHT A sudden and severe onset of trouble. The rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written)
PANDEMONIOUM A state of extreme confusion and disorder.
POISE Great coolness and composure under strain. Easy, sure, relaxed manner
STEALTHILY In a sneaky, sly manner
SUBDUED Put down by force or intimidation. Restrained in style or quality. Calm and relaxed, under control.
UNABASHED Bold; not embarrassed or ashamed.
VILE Morally reprehensible: “The vile development of slavery appalled them.” Morally wicked or evil, very bad
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