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Vocabulary II. Enunciate. Renounce. P ronouncement. The man read his pronouncement that all men should wear silly black hats!. invoke. The boy invoked the help of a higher power before the test he didn’t study for. . provocative.

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Vocabulary II


Enunciate


Renounce


Pronouncement

  • The man read his pronouncement that all men should wear silly black hats!


invoke

The boy invoked the help of a higher power before the test he didn’t study for.


provocative

  • “Clothes” by ChitraDivakaruni is a great story with some very provocative parts.


revoke

The police officer revoked the young girl’s license after pulling her

over for talking on

her cell phone.


Ineffable

  • The sunset over the beach was ineffable


affable


infantile

  • The grown man’s infantile behavior got him a lecture from his mother!


edict

The king issued an edict making begging for change illegal.


indict

Rod Blagojevich

was indicted on

20 felony charges

and convicted

on 17 of them.


dictum

One of Einstein's dictums was to make everything as simple as possible, but no simpler.


Enunciate (verb)

  • to pronounce or articulate


Renounce (verb)

  • to reject by declaration


Pronouncement (noun)

  • a declaration of opinion; judgment


invoke (verb)

  • to call on for support


Provocative (adjective)

  • causing disturbance or excitement


Revoke (verb)

  • to make invalid; deactivate


Ineffable (adjective)

  • unutterable, indescribable


Affable (adjective)

  • friendly


Infantile (adjective)

  • childish; immature


Edict (noun)

  • an official order


Indict (verb)

  • to charge with a crime; accuse


Dictum (noun)

  • a formal or authoritative statement


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