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English 11 Honors
(verb) to ridicule; to mock Synonym: scorn
(verb) to criticize sharply Synonym: condemn
(verb) to kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
(adjective) difficult to understand or comprehend ; profound
(noun) a swamp; a difficult situation
(adjective) open-mouthed; surprised Synonym: astonished
(noun) something that causes cancer
(adjective) pertaining to smell
(adjective) domineering; haughty Synonym: overbearing; arrogant
(adjective) absurd; distorted Synonym: freakish
(verb) to run or jump in a lively way Synonyms: frolic; romp
(noun) a new word, usage, or expression
(verb) to tease with taunting words Synonyms: ridicule; jeer
(noun) a strict disciplinarian
(adjective) not interesting, funny, etc., because of being used too often; not fresh or original Synonyms: cliché
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