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To clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
Caricature A representation(especially a drawing) in which the subjects characteristics features are deliberately exaggerated(v.) To present someone or something in a deliberately distorted way
clangor A loud ringing sound;(v.)To make a loud ringing noise.
Side by side, touching; near; adjacent in time Contiguous
An eager desire for something ; greed
Deleterious Harmful, injurious
To raise to a h higher degree; to increase the value or desirability of
Enthrall To capivate, charm, hold spellbound; to enslave; to imprison
To lessen the seriousness or magnitude of an offense by making partial excuses
Implied or understood though unexpressed; without doubts or reservations, unquestioning; potentially contained in implicit
Sharp, keen, penetrating,(with a suggestion of decisiveness & effectiveness)
ostentatious Marked by conspicuous of percetive, trenchant
paragon A model of excellence or perfection
paraphrase To restate in other words; (n) a statement that presents a given idea in new language.
prosaic Dull, lacking in distinction & originality ; matter of fact, straightforward; characteristics of prose, not poetic
politic Prudent, shrewdly conceived & developed; artful, expedient
redundant Extra, excess, more than is needed; wordy, repetitive
sanctimonious Making a show of virtue or righteousness; hypocritically moralistic or pious, self- righteous, canting, holier than thou
scintillating Sparkling twinkling exceptionally brilliant(applied to mental or personal qualities
Charming, attractive, pleasing(often suggesting a childlike charm & innocence)
Jacob 5 th Hemphill. Unit 12 (v.) To clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt.
VOCAB UNIT 12. Absolve (v.): To clear from blame or guilt Ex: The detective absolved the suspect of all charges.
v.—to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt Synonym: pardon, acquit They assumed that their alibi would absolve them of suspicion.
Vocabulary Unit 12 Level F. absolve (v.) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt Synonyms: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon Antonyms:
Vocabulary Level F Unit 12. absolve (verb) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt SYN: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon ANT: condemn,
NOUN A representation, such as a drawing, that exaggerates a subject’s characteristic features Instead of focusing on his political Policies, the caricature.
Absolve (verb) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt Synonym: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon Antonym: condemn, convict, incriminate,
UNIT 12 LEVEL F. Verb Definition: to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt Synonyms: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon Antonyms: condemn,
Unit 12. ABSOLVE (v.) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt Syn: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon Ant: condemn, convict, incriminate,
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