ENGLISH Vocab. List 2

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ENGLISH Vocab. List 2
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  1. Complicity
    • n.
    • Involvement as an accomplice in a crime
  2. Deploy
    • tr. v.
    • To station systematically over an area
  3. Explicate
    • tr. v.
    • To explain; make meaning clear
  4. Implicate
    • tr. v.
    • To involve or connect incriminatingly
  5. Implicit
    • adj.
    • Implied although not expressed
  6. Inexplicable
    • adj.
    • Incapable of being explained
  7. Plight
    • n.
    • A condition or situation of difficulty or adversity
  8. Replica
    • n.
    • A copy or reproduction of a work of art
  9. Replicate
    • tr. v.
    • To duplicate, copy or repeat
  10. Supple
    • adj.
    • Readily bent; pliant
  11. Aspersion
    • n.
    • A damaging or false statement
  12. Deprecate
    • tr. v.
    • To express disapproval of
  13. Deride
    • tr. v.
    • To laugh at in scorn
  14. Excrable
    • adj.
    • Extremely inferior; very bad
  15. Ostracize
    • tr. v.
    • To banish or exclude from a group
  16. Rebuke
    • tr. v.
    • To criticize or reprimand sharply
  17. Scurrlious
    • adj.
    • Using or expressed in vulgar language
  18. Spurn
    • tr. v.
    • To reject or refuse disdainfully
  19. Vitriolic
    • adj.
    • Bitterly severe; harsh; sharp
  20. Vituperation
    • n.
    • Sustained and bitter attack
  21. Accommodating
    • adj.
    • Willing to help; obliging
  22. Accord
    • n.
    • Agreement; harmony
  23. Acquiesce
    • intr. v.
    • To consent or comply passively
  24. Adamant
    • adj.
    • Firm and unyielding in purpose or opinion
  25. Camaraderie
    • n.
    • A spirit of loyalty among friends
  26. Compliance
    • n.
    • Doing as another wishes
  27. Propitiate
    • tr. v.
    • To prevent or reduce the anger of
  28. Tractable
    • adj.
    • Easily managed or controlled
  29. Volition
    • n.
    • An act of willing, choosing, or deciding
  30. Willfulness
    • n.
    • Unreasonable stubbornness

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