Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Unit 9 Level C

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Unit 9 words:apt. awry. bludgeon. capitulate. chafe. defile. dire. disarming. disgruntled. encroach. endow. fend. impunity. mien. penal. pertinent. predominant. prodigy. recluse. renown.best if done shuffled


 
  
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(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
 
apt
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(adj,adv) in a turned or twisted position or direction; wrong, out of the right or hoped-for...
 
awry
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(n.) a short club used as a weapon
 
bludgeon
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(v.) to strike with a heavy club; to use force or strong arguments to gain some point
 
bludgeon
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(v.) to end resistance, give up; surrender, throw in the towel
 
capitulate
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(v.) to warm or wear sore by rubbing;; to feel annoyance or dissatisfaction, annoy, irk; to...
 
chafe
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(n.) a sore or injury caused by rubbing
 
chafe
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(v., trans.) to make unclean or dirty, destroy the purity of
 
defile
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(v., intrans.) to march in a single line or in columns
 
defile
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(n.) a narrow passage; gorge, canyon
 
defile
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(adj.) dreadful, causing fear or suffering; warning of trouble to come; demanding immediate...
 
dire
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(adj.) charming, tending to get rid of unfriendliness or suspicion
 
disarming
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(adj., part.) in bad humor, discontented, annoyed
 
disgruntled
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(v.) to advance beyond the usual proper limits, trespass
 
encroach
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(v.) to furnish, equip, provide with funds or some other desirable thing or quality
 
endow
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(v.) to ward off, resist; to get along, manage
 
fend
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(n.) freedom from punishment
 
impunity
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(n.) air, manner; appearance; expression
 
mien
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(adj.) having to do with punishment
 
penal
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(adj.) related to the matter at hand; to the point
 
pertinent
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(adj.) the greatest in strength or power; most common
 
predominant
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(n.)something wonderful or marvelous; something monstrous or abnormal; an unusual feat
 
prodigy (also: a child or young person with anextraordinary ability or talent)
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(n.) a person who leads a life shut up or withdrawn from the world
 
recluse
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(n.) fame, glory
 
renown
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Synonyms: appropriate, fir, proper, liable Antonyms: inappropriate, unlikely, slow
 
apt
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Synonyms: (adj.) crooked, askew, amiss Antonyms: (adj.) straight, symmetrical
 
awry
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Synonyms: (n.) cudgel; (v.) clobber, clout
 
bludgeon
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Antonyms: hold out, persist
 
capitulate
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Synonyms: (v.) irritate, scrape, abrade Antonyms: (v.) soothe, molligy, please, elate
 
chafe
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Synonyms: (v., trans.) pollute, contaminate, descrate Antonyms: (v., trans.) cleanse, purify
 
defile
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Synonyms: disastrous, ominous, sinister, urgent Antonyms: favorable, auspicious, beneficial
 
dire
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Synonyms: endearing, winning Antonyms: alarming, troubling, disquieting
 
disarming
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Synonyms: displeased, grumpy, surly Antonyms: pleased, satisfied, content
 
disgruntled
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Synonyms: intrude, infringe
 
encroach
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Synonyms: grant, bestow, present, bequeath Antonyms: take away, deprive
 
endow
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Synonyms: stave off, cope
 
fend
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Synonyms: exemption from penalty, immunity
 
impunity
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Synonyms: look, bearing, demeanor
 
mien
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Synonyms: correctional, disciplinary
 
penal
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Synonyms: relevant, germane, apropos Antonyms: unrelated, irrelevant, immaterial
 
pertinent
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Synonyms: chief, major, paramount, prevalant Antonyms: secondary, minor, subsidiary, rare
 
predominant
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Synonyms: marvel, wonder, freak, genius Antonyms: dumbbell, dunce, dillard
 
prodigy
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Synonyms: loner, hermit
 
recluse
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Synonyms: reputation, celebrity, prestige Antonyms: obscurity, infamy, notoriety
 
renown


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