World Lit Unit 17

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  1. 1. agnostic
    (n.): one who believes that the existence of God can neither be proved or disproved
  2. (n.): one who believes that the existence of God can neither be proved or disproved
    1. agnostic
  3. 2. caustic
    (adj.): biting; stingingly sharp or sarcastic
  4. (adj.): biting; stingingly sharp or sarcastic
    2. caustic
  5. 3. circumspect
    (adj.): careful; heedful; attentive to all points
  6. (adj.): careful; heedful; attentive to all points
    3. circumspect
  7. 4. exodus
    (n.): a mass departure or emigration
  8. (n.): a mass departure or emigration
    4. exodus
  9. 5. hurtle
    (v.): to move or to fling swiftly and with great force
  10. (v.): to move or to fling swiftly and with great force
    5. hurtle
  11. 6. penitent
    (adj.): remorseful; sorry for having done wrong
  12. (adj.): remorseful; sorry for having done wrong
    6. penitent
  13. 7. raillery
    (n.): good-humored ridicule or teasing
  14. (n.): good-humored ridicule or teasing
    7. raillery
  15. 8. renegade
    (n.): one who deserts one side in favor of another; traitor; outlaw
  16. (n.): one who deserts one side in favor of another; traitor; outlaw
    8. renegade
  17. 9. retribution
    (n.): something justly deserved, especially a punishment
  18. (n.): something justly deserved, especially a punishment
    9. retribution
  19. 10. scourge
    (n.): a person or thing that causes great trouble or misfortune
  20. (n.): a person or thing that causes great trouble or misfortune
    10. scourge
  21. 11. taciturn
    (adj.): not fond of talking; usually silent
  22. (adj.): not fond of talking; usually silent
    11. taciturn
  23. 12. terse
    (adj.): brief and to the point
  24. (adj.): brief and to the point
    12. terse
  25. 13. uncanny
    (adj.): weird; strange; so keen or acute as to seem bizarre
  26. (adj.): weird; strange; so keen or acute as to seem bizarre
    13. uncanny
  27. 14. vindicate
    (v.): to clear of suspicion or accusations
  28. (v.): to clear of suspicion or accusations
    14. vindicate
  29. 15. zephyr
    (n.): a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West Wind)
  30. (n.): a gentle breeze (sometimes specifically the West Wind)
    15. zephyr

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