Sadlier-Oxford Level D - Unit 2

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  1. adjourn
    close at the end of a session
  2. alien
    from another place or part of the world
  3. comely
    according with custom or propriety
  4. compensate
    make amends for
  5. dissolute
    unrestrained by convention or morality
  6. erratic
    liable to sudden unpredictable change
  7. expulsion
    the act of forcing out someone or something
  8. feint
    any distracting or deceptive maneuver
  9. fodder
    coarse food composed of plants or leaves and stalks
  10. fortify
    make strong or stronger
  11. illegible
    unable to be read
  12. jeer
    laugh at with contempt and derision
  13. lucrative
    producing a sizeable profit
  14. mediocre
    moderate to inferior in quality
  15. proliferate
    grow rapidly
  16. subjugate
    make subservient; force to submit or subdue
  17. sully
    make dirty or spotty
  18. tantalize
    harass with persistent teasing or baiting
  19. terse
    brief and to the point
  20. unflinching
    showing courage and determination in the face of danger
Created on October 29, 2010

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