English three vocab list seven

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  1. Peripatetic
    • Roving, but on an agenda, moving from place to place
    • Adjective
  2. Pandemic
    • Noun
    • A disease spread across the world.

    • Adjective
    • General, Universal
  3. Coterie
    • noun
    • 1.a group of people who associate closely.
    • 2.an exclusive group; clique.
  4. Crestfallen
    • Adjective
    • Dejected; dispirited; discouraged.
  5. Peculate
    • Verb
    • To embezzle; take/steal money from the inside.
  6. Duplicity
    • Noun
    • deceitfulness in speech or conduct, as by speaking or acting in two different ways to different people concernin g the same matter; double-dealing.
  7. Effulgent
    • Adjective
    • shining forth brilliantly; radiant.
  8. Melee
    • Noun
    • a confused hand-to-hand fight or struggle among several people.
  9. Pecuniary
    • Adjective
    • of or pertaining to money
  10. Sedulous
    • Adjective
    • diligent in application or attention; persevering; assiduous

    constant, untiring, tireless.
  11. Shambles
    • Noun
    • A scene of destruction
    • Note: something is a shambles, not in shambles
  12. Slake
    • Verb
    • to cool or refresh

    satisfy, quench, gratify, relieve.
  13. Vainglorious

    Boastful, proud, arrogant
  14. Scion
    • Noun
    • A descendant
  15. Incredulous

    Indicating or showing disbelief
  16. Laborious
    • Adjective
    • requiring much work, exertion, or perseverance:
  17. Unctuous
    • Adjective
    • Characterized by sleaziness in manner
  18. Languid
    • Adjective
    • Slothlike, having a lack of energy or life, usually from being disinterested; lazy, slow moving.
  19. Acrimonious
    • Adjective
    • caustic, stinging, or bitter in nature, speech, behavior, etc.:
  20. Abscond
    • Verb
    • To depart in sudden and secret manner, especially to avoid capture and legal prosecution
  21. Denizen
    • Noun
    • An inhabitant, occupant, resident.
  22. Antipathy
    • Noun
    • The opposite in feeling or behavior; natural disgust or hatred; instinctive hatred for popular things

    A natural, basic, or habitual aversion
  23. Apathy
    • noun
    • Absence of passion, emotion, or excitement
  24. Manifesto
    • Noun
    • a public declaration of intentions, opinions, objectives, or motives, as one issued by a government, sovereign, or organization.
  25. Impasse
    • noun
    • a position or situation from which there is no escape; deadlock.
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English three vocab list seven
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