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Abash V-To embarrass; to disconcert; to make ashamed or uneasy
Abate Verb-To deduct; to make less; to reduce in quantity, value, force, or intensity.
Abominable Adj.-Extremely horrendous; huge in size or degree
Abridge v.-To make smaller, fewer, or shorter while maintaining essential contents
Abstain Verb-To refrain from doing something
Adamant Adj.-Standing firm; not giving in easy; unyielding
Accentuate Verb-To make more prominent by effort
Affinity Noun-A special attraction with kinship; a natural attraction or liking
Allegory Noun-A dramatic, literary, or pictorial device in which each object, character, and event symbolically illustrates a moral or religious principle
Accost Verb-To come close to and to speak first in an unfriendly manner
Acquiesce Verb-To secure control or possession
Alleviate Verb-To make more bearable
Altercation Noun-an encounter unpleasant in nature or degree
Ambiguous Adj.-Doubtful; uncertain
Ambivalent Adj.-Describing existence of mutually different feelings about a person or thing.
EQ? What is the importance of dating for teenagers?
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AP Literary Devices Flashcards (AP Language and Composition 2015 List #1.
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“Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne
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