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Vocab 3


  
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Abridge
 
(v) to make something shorter
I abridged my book because it was too long.
Adherent
 
(n) a follower or a supporter
I am an adherent towards the republicans
Altercation
 
(n) an angry argument
The three boys got into an altercation over the toy

Cherubic
 
(adj) resembling an angel, innocent
When the little boy stole the cookie, he gave the mother a cherubic smile so she forgave him.
Condone
 
(v) to pardon or overlook
I condoned the boy because he had a hearing issue, so he didn't have to do the listening activity
Dissent
 
(v) to disagree, to oppose
The rebublicans dissent the democrats.
Eminent
 
(adj) famous, distinguished, well-respected
The pope is a very eminent man
Exorcise
 
to drive out by magic, to dispose of
The farmers exorcised to get the devil out of their daughter.
Fabricate
 
(v) to make up, manufacture, invent
He fabricated a new device that allowed animals to talk
Irate
 
(adj) angry, annoyed
I get irate when I'm lied to
Maraduar
 
(n) a raider, plunderer, looter
Obesity
 
(n) extreme fatness
Pauper
 
(n) an extremely poor person
Pilfer
 
to steel in small quantities
Rift
 
(n) a split, break or breach, a gap or hole
Sembulence
 
(n) a likeness, an outward appearence
Surmount
 
(v) to overcome as in a hardship or handicap
Terminate
 
(v) to bring to an end
Trite
 
(adj) commonplace, overuse, stale (language)
Usurp
 
(v) to seize a position or power by force or without the right to do so

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