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Vocabulary Level F Unit 5
altruistic (adjective) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
assent (verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement
benefactor (noun) one who does good to others Bill Gates and Warren Buffett
chivalrous (adjective) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly SYN: gallant, civil, valiant ANT: crude, uncouth, churlish, loutish Many girls dream of a knight in shining armor
clemency (noun) mercy, humaneness;
dearth (noun) a lack, scarcity, not enough; a famine
diffident (adjective) shy, lacking self- confidence;
discrepancy (noun) a difference; a lack of agreement
embark (verb) to go aboard; to make a start
facile (adjective) easily done or attained; superficial
indomitable (adjective) unconquerable, refusing to yield
infallible (adjective) free from error; absolutely dependable
plod (verb) to walk heavily or slowly; to work slowly
pungent (adjective) causing a sharp sensation; stinging, biting
remiss (adjective) neglectful in one’s duty, careless
repose (verb) to rest; to lie; (noun) relaxation, calmness
temerity (noun) rashness, boldness
truculent (adjective) fierce and cruel; aggressive; deadly, destructive; scathingly harsh SYN: brutal, real, without pretense ANT: gentle, mild, meek, unthreatening
unfeigned (adjective) sincere, real, without pretense
virulent (adjective) extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful
By: Braylon and Anna 7 th Period. ALTRUISTIC ASSENT BENEFACTOR CHIVALROUS CLEMENCY DEARTH DIFFIDENT DISCREPANCY EMBARK FACILE INDOMITABLE INFALLIBLE PLOD.
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