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Vocabulary Unit 4
affiliated It is better to be independent than be affiliated with a specific group.
ascertain The detective used his knowledge of the crime scene and timeline to ascertain who committed the crime.
attainment Your intelligent conversation skills exist because of your vocabulary attainment.
bequeath He did not bequeath his secret to success along with his riches.
cogent He gave such a cogent plea for his case that the judge overturned his sentence.
converge In order to see where traffic starts, we have to determine where the cars converge.
disperse As soon as she opened the cage, all of the birds dispersed into the sky.
esteem I always hold my mentors in the highest esteem.
expunge After he served his jail sentence, his crime was expunged from his permanent record.
finite There is only a finite amount of time that those special shoes will be available.
invulnerable Captain America heightened his defenses by using an invulnerable shield.
malevolent The malevolent witch wanted to use a poisonous apple to destroy Snow White.
nonchalant He tried to impress the girl he liked with his fancy clothes and nonchalant manner.
omniscient When we are kids, we think our parents are omniscient because they have answers for every question.
panacea Happiness is a panacea for everyone’s issues.
scrupulous In order to keep his lawn at the perfect length, the groundskeeper is scrupulous when measuring the grass after mowing.
skulk The cat skulked around the corner to make sure the dog was out of sight.
supercilious They refused to feel less important by listening to her supercilious speech.
uncanny The resemblance between the two characters was uncanny.
venial Forgetting to take out the trash is a venial offense compared to lying and cheating.
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