Sadlier-Oxford Vocab Workshop Level F Unit 8

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(adj.) Stinging, bitter in temper or tone S: biting, caustic, rancorous, hostile, peevish A: gentle, warm, mild, friendly, cordial


(adj.) Resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive S: stolid, dull, slow, stupid A: alert, sharp, bright, keen, quick


(n.) Dismay, confusion S: shock, amazement, bewilderment, dismay A: calm, composure, aplomb


(adj.) Fat; having a large, bulky body S: overweight, heavy, obese, stout, portly A: slender, lean, spare, gaunt, emaciated


(v.) To deny responsibility for or connection with S: disown, disclaim, retract, abjure A: acknowledge, admit, grant, certify


(adj.) Impartial; free from emotion S: unbiased, disinterested, cool, detached A: committed, engaged, partial, biased


(n.) Disagreement, sharp difference of opinion S: strife, discord, contention A: agreement, accord, harmony


(v.) To cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel; to spend foolishly, squander; to be extravagant in pursuit of pleasure S: disperse, strew, diffuse, waste A: gather, collect, conserve, husband


(v.) To remove objectionable passages or words from a written text; to cleanse, clarify S: purge, censor, bowdlerize


(n.) An armored or protective glove; a challenge to combat S: dare, provocation, trial, punishment


(adj.) Based on an assumption or guess; used as a tentative idea to direct an investigate S: assumed, supposed, conjectural, conditional A: actual, real, tested, substantiated


(adj.) Mean, low, base S: inferior, unworthy, dishonorable, sordid A: admirable, praiseworthy, lofty, noble


(v.) To call into question, to attack as false S: challenge, deny, dispute, query, question A: confirm, prove, verify, validate


(adj.) Immoderate; lacking in self-control; inclement S: Excessive, extreme, unrestrained, inordinate A: moderate, restrained, cool and collected


(n.) Hatred, contempt; disgrace or infamy resulting from hateful conduct S:abhorrence, opprobrium, shame, ignominy A: esteem, admiration, approbation


(n.) Faithlessness, treachery S: betrayal, disloyalty, treason, duplicity A: faithfulness, loyalty, steadfastness


(v.) To place in a lower position; to banish; surrender, to assign, turn over S: transfer, consign, demote, exile A: promote, elevate, advance, recall


(adj.) Inclined to nausea; easily shocked or upset; excessively fastidious or refined S: nauseated, queasy, delicate, oversensitve, priggish


(adj.) Subordinate in capacity or role; serving to promote some end; submissively obedient, serving to promote some end S: secondary, servile, obsequious, useful A: primary, principal, bossy, domineering


(adj.) Open to; easily influenced; lacking in resistance S: vulnerable, receptive, impressionable A: resistant, immune

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