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Abrasive The abrasive cleanser scratched my counter top. Her abrasive tone turned me off right away.
Acclimate I had to acclimate to the time and weather change in Alaska.
Chagrin With chagrin, I let my dad take over driving.
Complacent Even though all of her grades were C’s and D’s, she was complacent.
Concur Nine out of ten jury members concurred that the defendant was guilty of the murder.
Defamation Debra Mathers sued her son for defamation of character in his songs.
Explicate Explicate is the same as elucidate or explain.
Fracas The students ran to the door when they heard the fracas in the hallway.
Grotesque During a Halloween party, my friends scared me with a grotesque mask.
Pandemonium Pandemonium erupted on the floor of the stock exchange when stocks began plummeting rapidly.
Raucous The raucous roar of the crowd was killing my ears.
Receptive Speakers who are receptive to constructive criticism will greatly improve.
Renounce I was forced to renounce my position as committee chair when I was caught stealing money from the fund.
Repress It is considered bad luck to repress a sneeze.
Reticent The reticent student always sat in a back corner to avoid talking or being called on.
Savory My mom made a savory dinner of spaghetti and meatballs last night.
Somnolent The somnolent lecture put all the students to sleep.
Vehement Jason vehemently denied any connection to the crime.
Voluble Since he has only taken two years of the language, I was impressed with how voluble he was in Spanish.
Zealous Elie Wiesel was a zealous student of Judaism.
By: Jake and Zack. Abrasive Acclimate Chagrin Complacent Concour Defamation Explicate Fracas Grotesque Pandemonium Raucous Receptive.
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