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Vocabulary Quiz 4 Mini Review. (Because Ms. Landon loves you). Culpable. Culpable = blamable The guilty cul prit was caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Status quo. Status Quo = the way things are Sta tus Quo = Sta ys the same. Modus operandi. Modus Operandi = mode of operation

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Vocabulary quiz 4 mini review

Vocabulary Quiz 4 Mini Review

(Because Ms. Landon loves you)


Culpable
Culpable

  • Culpable = blamable

  • The guilty culprit was caught with his hand in the cookie jar.


Status quo
Status quo

  • Status Quo = the way things are

  • Status Quo = Stays the same


Modus operandi
Modus operandi

  • Modus Operandi = mode of operation

  • Motorcycle Randy – Randy’s mode of operation or habit is to ride his cool motorcycle everywhere.


Surreptitious
Surreptitious

  • Surreptitious = sneaky or stealthy


Desecrate
Desecrate

  • Desecrate = disrespect a sacred place

  • Desecrate = destruction and destroy


Anathema
Anathema

  • Anathema = someone or something that is hated

  • Math is an anathema to me.


Avarice
Avarice

  • Avarice = greed

  • Driven by avarice, my sister ate all of the rice!


Mitigate
Mitigate

  • Mitigate = alleviate (reduce/lessen)


Beneficent
Beneficent

  • Beneficent = generous

  • If you are a beneficent person, you do things to benefit others.


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