Vocabulary Unit 6:

1. Lucy Lescota. Abject (adj.) degraded; base, contempitble; cringing, servile; complete and unrelieved.
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After Pikachu discovered that his ketchup bottle was broken, he had a very abject attitude for the rest of the day.

Krista Meyermann.
one who believes that nothing can be known about
God; (adj.)
without faith, skeptical
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Cenk Uygur, co-host of Young Turks, often brings up his
views on religion during the show.

2. Taylor Draham: Agnostic (n) one who believes that nothing can be known about a God, skeptic;
(adj) without faith, skeptical
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Physics Teacher Clipart Image: A Chemistry Professor Pointing to a White Board.

The chemistry professor was agnostic, and did not believe in any religion.
3. Brenna Koehler: Complicity (n.) involvement in wrongdoing; the state of being an accomplice
Even though you are only driving the getaway car, you will still be a complicity to the burglary.

4. Sarah White. Derelict (n.) someone or something that is abandoned or neglected; (adj.) left abandoned; neglectful of duty
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The derelict old building was left abandoned after a fire destroyed the interior.

4. Amanda Hamilton. Derelict (n.): a thing or person that is left abandoned. (adj.): left abandoned.

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Jack Sparrow was a derelict when he was sent to Davy Jones’s locker.

4.Christine Miller. Derelict (n.) something/someone that had been abandoneed or neglected
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The house in American Horror Story was a derelict until the new owners bought it and fixed it up.
4. Taylor Schmidt. Derelict (n.) someone or something that is abandoned or neglected; (adj.) left abandoned; neglectful of duty

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The animals in the shelter were left as derelicts by their careless owners.

5. Devin Dromgoole. Diatribe: (n) a bitter and prolonged verbal attack.
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Dr. Cox's favorite way to torture J.D. was by crushing him with malicious diatribes.

6.) Scott Nickelsberg. Effigy: (n). a crude image of a despised person
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The protesters burned an effigy of the dethroned dictator.
7.) Domenica Dowling. Equity (n.) the state of being fair or just and showing impartial or fair treatment.
The referee showed much equity as he kept an impartial view about the game and made calls for both teams.

8. Richard Schiavone - Inane: (adj) silly, empty of meaning or value
While most turtles think that toothbrush baths are inane, this turtle is very fond of them.
9. David Basile. Indictment: (n). an accusation, or the act of accusing
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When Stan made an indictment about Scientology being a hoax he was sued by the organization.
9.) Alicia Darcy. Indictment: (n.) the act of accusing; a formal accusation
When playing the game Clue, I made an indictment that Mr. Green was the killer with the candle stick in the ballroom, but unfortunately, I was wrong.

10.) Joe Kasprack. Indubitable: (adj.) certain, not to be doubted or denied.
After having to explain to the American that Australia does not have a king, the fancy Brit could not help but gloat at how indubitable he really was.

11. Katie Hogan. Intermittent: (adj.) stopping and starting again at irregular intervals.

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The intermittent rush hour traffic caused me to be fifty minutes late for my appointment.
11. Joseph Connell: intermittent (adj) stopping and beginning again, sporadic
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The intermittent flashing lights of video games and concerts can be very dangerous if you are epileptic.
Monica Emma- Moot (adj/v): debatable or open to discussion.
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The bell at the end of the period left the class debate at a moot point.
13. Sara Sharp. Motif: (n.) a repeated element that makes up an idea or theme in a piece of work.
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One of the motifs in Brave New World is the idea of alienation.

14. Anthony Caputi. Neophyte: (n.) a beginner at something, novice, rookie
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Everyone noticed by the player's at bat that he was the new neophyte of the team.
15. Sam Cyliax. Perspicacity: (n.) keenness in observing and understanding

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A major part of being a detective is having a strong perspicacity so they don't miss any details while solving a case.
16. Dana Schules. Plenary: (adj.) entirely full or complete in all aspects; attended by all qualified members
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After years of arguing, debating, and defending, the plenary jury presented itself on the final day of trial, ready to close the case.

17. Ramil Erasmo. Surveillance: (n.) a watch over a person; careful observation
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Breakthrough discoveries were made when we began to keep wild bears under constant surveillance.

18. Anthony DeAngelis. Sylvan: (adj.) pertaining to forests; located in a forest

As the man walked down the sylvan path, he listened to the various noises made by the animals inhabiting the area.
18. Kelsey Tannock - Sylvan: relating to or characteristic of woods or forest regions
The album cover of Taylor Swift's Haunted depicts the song very well, showing her in a beautiful sylvan scene.
19.) Stephen Piccolo. Testy: Easily irritated; impatient and hot-headed
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The testy ostrich chose the wrong elephant to pick a fight with.\
19. Drew Deiling. Testy: (adj.) able to be irritated easily; petulant; characterized by impatience and exasperation
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The soccer player's testy attitude was clearly shown when he yelled at the ref for making one bad call.

19. Julie Millisky. Testy: (adj.) easily irritated; short-fused, easy to annoy
Brian was an a particularly testy mood on Friday and knocked his classmate out of the chair in his aggravation.

20. Pat Nelson: Travesty: (n) An extremely inferior imitation.
The travesty of movies is becoming a popular trend.