English 10 Vocab: Unit 1-10

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  • 1. 
    To find innocent or blameless
  • 2. 
    Not giving in; stubborn
  • 3. 
    Good-natured; friendly and pleasant
  • 4. 
    Lacking a moral sense; without principles
  • 5. 
    Bitter hostility
  • 6. 
    An opponent; one who opposes or competes
  • 7. 
    Differing from what is customary; odd
  • 8. 
    A brief or an unexpected meeting
  • 9. 
    A perfect of typical example of a general quality or type
  • 10. 
    To make evil and often untrue statements about; speak evil of
  • 11. 
    Rudely brief when speaking to someone
  • 12. 
    To lower the spirits of; weaken the confidence or cheerfulness of
  • 13. 
    A situation requiring a difficult choice
  • 14. 
    A tendency to think,act, or behave in a certain way; a leaning
  • 15. 
    Very angry
  • 16. 
    To reply, especially in a quick, sharp, or witty way
  • 17. 
    To deliberately destroy or damage
  • 18. 
    Following, in time or order; next; later
  • 19. 
    Cautious; on guard
  • 20. 
    Enthusiastic devotion; intense enthusiasm
  • 21. 
    An indirect reference
  • 22. 
    Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others; unselfish
  • 23. 
    To calm, especially by giving in to the demands of
  • 24. 
    Determined by personal judgement, not rule or reason; based on impulse
  • 25. 
    To attack physically or verbally
  • 26. 
    Lacking originality; overused; commonplace
  • 27. 
    A mild or vague term used as a substitute for one considered offensive or unpleasant
  • 28. 
    Motivated only by financial gain; greedy
  • 29. 
    A group of symptoms typical of a particular disease or condition
  • 30. 
    To stain the honor of someone or something
  • 31. 
    An event bringing great loss and misery
  • 32. 
    Including all or much
  • 33. 
    Customary; ordinary
  • 34. 
    Shockingly obvious; outrageous
  • 35. 
    To vary irregularly; to go up and down or back and forth
  • 36. 
    To continue with an effort or plan despite difficulties
  • 37. 
    To consider carefully; think deeply about
  • 38. 
    To restore to a normal life through therapy or education
  • 39. 
    Complete confusion; uproar
  • 40. 
    To take the risk of; dare
  • 41. 
    Great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
  • 42. 
    Close; near (to something0
  • 43. 
    To draw forth
  • 44. 
    To hold the full attention of; absorb
  • 45. 
    To increase or intensify
  • 46. 
    To use selfishly or unethically; take unfair advantage of
  • 47. 
    Orderly; systematic
  • 48. 
    No longer active or in use; out of date
  • 49. 
    Able to be touched; having form and matter
  • 50. 
    To stop; bring to an end
  • 51. 
    Something that discourages or prevents a certain action
  • 52. 
    An idea that is communicated indirectly, through a suggestion or hint
  • 53. 
    Injustice; unfairness; an instance of injustice
  • 54. 
    A physical weakness or defect; ailment
  • 55. 
    To intrude or trespass on; to go beyond the limits considered proper
  • 56. 
    A new custom, method, or invention; something newly introduced
  • 57. 
    To renew the strength and energy of; restore to a vigorous, active condition
  • 58. 
    Distributed thinly; not thick or crowded
  • 59. 
    Based on personal opinions, feelings, and attitudes; not objective
  • 60. 
    Expressed clearly in a few words; to the point; concise
  • 61. 
    To make a statement about something on the basis of personal experience; bear witness; testify
  • 62. 
    A quality or feature of a person or thing
  • 63. 
    To recognize; detect
  • 64. 
    To send to a specific place or on specific business
  • 65. 
    To improve
  • 66. 
    A mystery or puzzle
  • 67. 
    To be an example of; represent; be typical of
  • 68. 
    Moving or able to move from place to place
  • 69. 
    Of, about, or happening in the night; active at night
  • 70. 
    To determine one's location or direction; to locate in relation to a direction
  • 71. 
    Happening or existing at the same time; simultaneous
  • 72. 
    To seize with authority; legally take possession of 
  • 73. 
    To make up; be the parts of
  • 74. 
    To interpret or read (something confusing or hard to make out)
  • 75. 
    To fail to do something required
  • 76. 
    Supposed for the sake of argument or examination; imaginary; theoretical 
  • 77. 
    Slight; very small compared with what might be expected
  • 78. 
    Most common or most noticeable
  • 79. 
    Something required beforehand
  • 80. 
    A temporary decline in business
  • 81. 
    To worsen; deteriorate
  • 82. 
    Difficult to believe; unlikely
  • 83. 
    Unable to speak in an orderly, logical way
  • 84. 
    To make a request or plead on behalf of someone else
  • 85. 
    Having many parts arranged in a complicated way; complex
  • 86. 
    A place of safety, protection, or relief
  • 87. 
    Close inspection; careful examination
  • 88. 
    Evil; wicked
  • 89. 
    To be good enough
  • 90. 
    Open to damage or attack; susceptible
  • 91. 
    Very obvious, often offensively so
  • 92. 
    Something that weakens, damages, or destroys
  • 93. 
    To plan cleverly; think up
  • 94. 
    To mix up or confuse (as a story or message); scramble
  • 95. 
    Thin and bony 
  • 96. 
    To feel or express delight or self-satisfaction, often spitefully
  • 97. 
    Perfectly clean
  • 98. 
    Using someone else's writings or ideas as one's own
  • 99. 
    An uneasy feeling about how right or proper a particular action is
  • 100. 
    Tto return an injury for an injury; pay back