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Vocabulary Week 8 Campagna
annul The state legislators voted by an overwhelming majority to annul the out- of-date law
annul V. to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative; to declare legally invalid or void
Blasé Battle hardened soldiers may tend to become a bit blasé about the dangers they face.
Blasé Adj. indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures; apethetic
bolster When you write a research paper, you should always use appropriate facts to bolster your case.
bolster V. to support, give a boost to; n. a long pillow or cushion; a supporting post
deplore Social critics deplore what they believe is a widespread decline in good manners.
deplore V. to feel or express regret or disaproval
frivolous I’ll ignore your frivolous suggestion that the Giants are going to the Super Bowl.
frivolous Adj. of little importance, not worthy of serious attention; not meant seriously
muster You will need to muster up your courage to face the bully who has been tormenting you The sleepy new recruits assembled on the parade ground for the early morning muster.
muster V. to bring together for service or battle; to gather or summon; n. a list of men for military service; a gathering
nonentity We may not be movie stars, but we did not deserve to be treated as nonentity by the headwaiter
nonentity N. a person or thing of no importance
obsess If you allow fear of failure to obsess you, you will find it difficult or even impossible to achieve your goals.
obsess V. to trouble, haunt, or fill the mind
ornate If you ask me, an ornate gilded frame distracts the viewer’s eye from a simple drawing.
ornate Adj. elaborately decorated
oust Military leaders ousted the duly elected president and took over the government.
oust V. to remove, drive out of a position or place
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The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
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