Vocab 7 Quiz (Taylor's Version)

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abhor

(v) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply

<p>(v) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply</p>
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amend

(v) to change in a formal way/for the better

<p>(v) to change in a formal way/for the better</p>
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buffet

(v) to slap/strike repeatedly; to drive or force with blows/to force one's way with difficulty (n) a slap/blow

<p>(v) to slap/strike repeatedly; to drive or force with blows/to force one&apos;s way with difficulty (n) a slap/blow</p>
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chaos

(n) great confusion, disorder

<p>(n) great confusion, disorder</p>
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commodious

(adj) roomy, spacious

<p>(adj) roomy, spacious</p>
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corrosive

(adj) eating away gradually, acidlike, bitterly sarcastic

<p>(adj) eating away gradually, acidlike, bitterly sarcastic</p>
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discern

(v) to see clearly, recognize

<p>(v) to see clearly, recognize</p>
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extant

(adj) still existing, not exterminated, destroyed or lost

<p>(adj) still existing, not exterminated, destroyed or lost</p>
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implicate

(v) to involve in; to connect with or be related to

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inter

(v) to bury, commit to the earth, to consign to oblivion

<p>(v) to bury, commit to the earth, to consign to oblivion</p>
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martinet

(n) a strict disciplinarian, stickler for the rules

<p>(n) a strict disciplinarian, stickler for the rules</p>
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obviate

(v) to anticipate and prevent; to remove, dispose. of

<p>(v) to anticipate and prevent; to remove, dispose. of</p>
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renegade

(n) one who leaves a group, outlaw (adj) traitorous, unconventional, unorthodox

<p>(n) one who leaves a group, outlaw (adj) traitorous, unconventional, unorthodox</p>
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reprehensible

(adj) deserving blame or punishment

<p>(adj) deserving blame or punishment</p>
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somber

(adj) dark, gloomy, depressed or melancholy in spirit

<p>(adj) dark, gloomy, depressed or melancholy in spirit</p>
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squalid

(adj) filthy, wretched, debased

<p>(adj) filthy, wretched, debased</p>
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turbulent

(adj) disorderly, riotous, violent, stormy

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vociferous

(adj) loud and noisy, compelling attention

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voluminous

(adj) of great size, numerous, writing or speaking at great lengths

<p>(adj) of great size, numerous, writing or speaking at great lengths</p>
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waive

(v) to do without, give up voluntarily, to put off temporarily

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