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Unit Three Vocabulary
Ambidextrous Adj. – can use left and right hands equally well
Arid Adj. - Dry
Ascertain V. – To find out something, to discover
Benign Adj. – Good, harmless
Contemptuous Adj. – Disrespect, strong dislike, despise
Cynical Adj. – suspicious, doubting
Expunge V. – To erase
Furtive Adj. – sly, sneaky
Inevitable Adj. - unavoidable
Mortification N. – humiliation, embarrassment
Pilgrimage N. - Journey
Procure V. – to obtain, to acquire, to get
Provocation N. – a reason
Prowess N. – a skill, or talent
Sordid Adj. – scandalous, nasty
Squalid Adj. – filthy, dirty
Succinct Adj. – Short, brief K.I.S.S Method
Taciturn Adj. – Quiet, silent
Undulate v. – To move in a wave-like motion
Wrathfully Adv. – with outrage, angrily
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Claiming beliefs that one does not really possess or follow; falseness Stop smoking; it’s bad.
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