Vocab Final Study Guide Semester 2

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adj. Incapable of being penetrated.
adj. Comical because of strangeness; clownish.
adj. Possible to understand or realize; not vague or uncertain.
n. The popular fashion of the time, wide acceptance or favor.
v. To make uneasy by confusing or embarrassing a person.
n. A natural talent.
adj. Existing as a natural part of something.
v. To make clear; to reveal.
adj. So self-satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcerned.
v. To cling to or be faithful to.
v. To cause to feel unease.
n. A methodically and thoroughly written discussion of a topic.
adj. Playfully or inappropriately humorous.
adj. Coming into existence swiftly, suddenly, brightly, like a meteor.
v. To ask for in a formal way.
adj. Very destructive or harmful.
v. To make helpless or incapable.
n. A person with great skill in some art, especially music.
n. A style of clothing; costume.
adj. Very many.
adj. Full of tiny holes or spaces; easily penetrated by gas or liquid.
v. To feel or express sorrow or compassion for; to sympathize.
v. To clothe or dress.
v. To come out from a source.
adj. Real; able to be touched.
v. To damage, weaken, or lessen.
v. To show or feel understanding of another’s feelings or problems.
n. A very large number.
n. An amazing or extraordinary thing or event.
v. To represent as of little value.
n. The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages.
adj. Dulled or wearied by excess or overindulgence.
adj. Plain to see; evident.
v. To flash or sparkle.
adj. Capable of being done; feasible.
adj. Not favorable; unlucky.
n. A very slight change in feeling or meaning; a gradation.
adj. Generous, unselfish, or forgiving.
adj. Going out of use; becoming obsolete.
adj. Showing exceptionally early development of abilities.
v. To be lively and witty.
adj. Showing interest and care; concerned.
adj. Not thick; slender.
n. Comfort or relief in sorrow or distress; consolation.
n. Apprehension; dread.
v. To examine with great care.
adj. Not straightforward; insincere.
n. A split or crack.
n. The internal organs of the body. (plural)
n. A break in friendly relations.
adj. Felt strongly, as if in the viscera.
adj. Lacking substance, flimsy.
adj. Hard to describe because of a lack of distinctive qualities or features.
n. A false or mistaken idea.
adj. Usable.
n. A person who shows remarkable talent at an early age.
n. An act of consciously choosing or deciding.
adj. Easily managed or controlled.
v. To change the form or appearance of.
adj. Having to do with trees or wooded areas.
n. A condition of feeling sad, bored, or sluggish. (plural)
v. To lie at rest.
adj. Very distressing or acutely painful.
v. To split with force or a sharp instrument.
v. To place (power, etc.) in some person or group.
adj. Lacking density; thin.
n. A welcome gift or blessing.
n. A feeling of embarrassment or annoyance caused by having failed or being disappointed.
n. A person new at something; a beginner.
n. The quality of great age.
adj. Aggressive; eager to fight or quarrel.
n. An offer.
adj. Expressed clearly and in few words; concise.
adj. Not affected or disturbed by.
adj. Skillful in the use of hands or mind.
n. The power to attract or charm.
adj. Done with great skill and dash.
n. An uproar; a state of great anger or excitement.
v. To criticize or express disapproval of.
adj. Enjoying the company of others; sociable.
adj. Too evident to be doubted; unquestionable.
n. A state of rest or relaxation.
v. To supply the money for; to pay.
adj. Moving with quickness and ease; lively.
adj., adv. Without payment; free of charge.
n. Skill in the use of hands or mind.
adj. Having a feeling of opposition or distaste.
v. To collect or gather; to acquire or obtain.
adj. Believable; reliable.
n. Misfortune; hardship.
n. Scarcity; smallness in number or amount.
v. To offer for acceptance or consideration.
adj. Acting in an arrogant, domineering way.

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