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Unit 7 Vocabulary
Confirmation of the truth A solemn pledge A solemn declaration that is accepted instead of a declaration under oath AFFIRMATION
AFFLUENT Wealthy; having an abundance of material goods
BRAVADO A display of false courage A showy display of courage
COERCION The use of force or intimidation to gain compliance
Spacious and convenient; roomy; ample or adequate COMMODIOUS
A belittling remark towards another person DEROGATORY
DESPONDENT Depressed, gloomy, feeling or showing hopelessness
To imitate, to try to equal EMULATE
To weaken, to deprive of strength ENERVATE
FLIPPANT Treating a matter lightly that is worthy of respect Disrespectful
INCOHERENT Disconnected, rambling, lacking cohesion
Not fitting, absurd INCONGRUOUS
INCONTROVERTIBLE Not open to question or dispute
MERCENARY Professional soldier working for hire; working merely for money
Belief that life is basically bad or evil; gloominess PESSIMISM
A teacher of children PEDAGOGUE
REFUTE To disprove, to prove to be false
SATURATE To soak To blanket completely
TERSE Concise, abrupt, pithy
VERTIGO Dizziness, giddiness
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