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Vocabulary Unit 4 English II Honors
Affiliated – associate, connected Become affiliated with a good club.
Ascertain – to find out Smart shoppers ascertain the total before they check- out.
Attainment – an accomplishment; the act of achieving The man was applauded for his attainment.
Bequeath – to give or pass on as an inheritance The will states the inheritance will be bequeathed to the dog.
Cogent – relevant, to the point; convincing After a cogent testimony, he was proven innocent.
Converge – move toward one point Sports fans converge on the stadium for the big game.
Disperse – to scatter, spread far and wide After the game, the people disperse to their homes.
Esteem – to highly regard When the home team won, they were held in high esteem.
Expunge – to erase, obliterate, destroy The janitor will expunge all graffiti from the hallways.
Finite – 1. having limits; 2. lasting for a limited time The possibilities of winning are finite.
Invulnerable – 1. not able to be wounded or hurt; 2. shielded against attack Because of the camouflage, the army was invulnerable to any attack.
Malevolent – spiteful; showing ill will The malevolent attacks during the war injured hundreds.
Nonchalant – cool and confident; unconcerned The wealthy man walked with a nonchalant attitude.
Omniscient – knowing everything; having unlimited awareness or understanding The teacher seemed to be omniscient.
Panacea – a remedy for all ills; cure all Penicillin was said to be the panacea for all illnesses.
Scrupulous – 1. exact, careful, meticulous; 2. having high moral standards, principled The man was scrupulous in preparing his report.
Skulk - 1. to move about stealthily; 2. to lie in hiding The special agent skulked about the haunted mansion.
Supercilious – 1. proud and contemptuous; 2. showing scorn because of a feeling of superiority After winning the title, the team had a supercilious attitude to the losers.
Uncanny – strange, mysterious, weird, beyond explanation At only 3 years old, Mozart had the uncanny talent to play the piano.
Venial – easily excused; pardonable After 4 hours in jail, he was released after committing a venial offense
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