English Vocab 1,2&3

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English Vocab 1,2&3
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  1. abuse, scold, blame, reprimand, castigate
    revile
  2. afraid, against, hesitant, opposed, reluctant, remiss
    loath
  3. cheerful, funny, humorous, merry, playful, witty
    jocose
  4. annoyed, delicate, dizzy, fussy, shaky, upset
    squeamish
  5. real, concrete, actual, palpable, perceptible, stable, visible
    tangible
  6. bare, dispossess, deprive, lose, oust, uncover
    divest
  7. essentially, primarily, basically, mostly
    intrinsically
  8. authorization, allowance, approval, authority, consent, permission, permit
    sanction
  9. requiring little or no work
    sinecure
  10. sureness, assurance, belief, certainty, confidence
    certitude
  11. contemplation, forlorn, miserable, worthless, humiliated, wretched
    abject
  12. aggravated, angered, irritated
    infuriated
  13. assail, attack, enclose, embarrass, storm, strike
    beset
  14. dejected, depressed, desolate, forlorn, hopeless, solemn, sorrowful
    saturnine
  15. aggressive, combative, pushing, rebellious
    pugnacious
  16. alarm, amazement, awe, bewilderment, dread, terror, panic
    consternation
  17. diseased, deadly, fatal, lethal, poisonous
    malignant
  18. agreement, balance, equality, form, finish rhythm
    symmetry
  19. basic, early, first, fundamental, prime, pristine
    primordial
  20. conscientious, fussy, meticulous, observant, punctual, strict
    punctilious
  21. affection, boast, brag, display, parade, splendor
    ostentation
  22. allure, manipulate, entice, charm, coax, influence seduce, urge, tempt
    inveigle
  23. abiding, accustomed, addicted, confirmed, established, perennial, settled
    inveterate
  24. personification, body, substance,
    incarnation
  25. return, react, rebound, retire, revisit
    recrudesce
  26. aromatic, balmy, pungent, fragrent
    redolent
  27. contamination, poison, pollution, virus, venom, taint
    contagion
  28. fit or suitable for the purpose
    expedience
  29. recklessness, daring, boldness, guts, bravery, nerve
    audacity
  30. verbal abuse, blame, censure, sarcasm, tirade
    invective

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