Vocabulary (1)

Vocabulary (1)

Mrs. Parson's feshman 6th period communications group four vocabulary pages 34-36

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acquit

relieve from an accusation; pronounce not guilty; discharge; exculpate
difficulty; intricacy
person to whom something is shipped

complex

person to whome something is shipped
condition of being forgotten or unknown
having varied interrelated parts, and therefore hard to understand; complicated; intricate

consign

give, transfer, or deliever, as if by signing over; hand over; commit
condition of being forgotten or unknown
person of extraodinary talent or ability; wonder

effrontery

shameless boldness; insolence; gall; temerity
conditon of being forgotten or unknown
person of extradinary talent or ability; wonder

excruciating

conditon of being forgotten or unknown
person of extradinary talent or ability; wonder
causing great pain or anguish; agonizing; unbearably painful

forbearance

person of extradinary talent or ability; wonder
act of forbearing (refraining); abstaining; leniency; patience
conditon of being forgotten or unknown

hamper

make young or youthful again; gove new vigor to; reinvigorate; refresh
examine very closely; inspect
interfere with; hinder; impede

nettlesome

literally full of nettles (plants with stinging hairs); irritating; causing annoyance or vexation
(usually followed by of) forgetful; unmindful; not aware
extradordinary in amount orsize; enormous; gigantic

oblivious

extradordinary in amount orsize; enormous; gigantic
remaining after a part is used or taken
(usually followed by of) forgetful; unmindful; not aware

prodigious

extradordinary in amount orsize; enormous; gigantic
remaining after a part is used or taken
favorable to heslth; healthful; curative; beneficial

rejuvenate

make young or youthful again; give new vigor to; reinvigorate; refresh
examine very closely; inspect
force out of use; displace; supplant; replace

residue

whatever is left a part is taken, disposed of, or gone; remainder; reest
examination; inspection; review
bulkinness

salutary

not upset or agitated; calm; cool; unflustered
favorable to health; healthful; curative; beneficial
oppressively hot; torrid

scrutinize

examine very closely; inspect
force out of use; displace; supplant; replace
suffer from oppresive heat

supersede

suffer from oppresive heat
take back; remove
force out of use; displace; supplant; replace

sweltering

oppressively hot; torrid
not upset or agitated; calm; cool; unflustered
hard to weild (handle) because of size or weight; unmanageable; bulky; cumbersome

unruffled

hard to weild (handle) because of size or weight; unmanageable; bulky; cumbersome
having varied interrelated parts, and therefore hard to understand; complicated; intricate
not upset or agitated; calm; cool; unflustered

unweidly

literally full of nettles (plants with stinging hairs); irritating; causing annoyance or vexation
hard to handle because of size or weight; unmanageable; bulky; cumbersome
causing great pain or anguish; agonizing; unbearably painful

withdraw

give, transfer, or deliever, as if by signing over; hand over; commit
1. take back; remove 2. draw back; go away; retreat; leave
relieve from an accusation; pronounce not guilty; discharge; exculpate

zany

having the characteristics of a clown; mildly insane; crazy; clownish
give, transfer, or deliever, as if by signing over; hand over; commit
causing great pain or anguish; agonizing; unbearably painful