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English I Honors Vocabulary Lesson 10 Ms. Barletta. November 17, 2009. Vocabulary Lesson 10. 1. fallible (adj.): capable of error HINT: Fail 2. blatant (adj.): obvious 3. dawdle (v.): to waste time 4. affiliate (n.): an associate, partner 5. fawn (v.): to act slavishly submissive.

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English i honors vocabulary lesson 10 ms barletta

English I HonorsVocabulary Lesson 10Ms. Barletta

November 17, 2009


Vocabulary lesson 10

Vocabulary Lesson 10

  • 1. fallible (adj.): capable of error

    HINT: Fail

  • 2. blatant (adj.): obvious

  • 3. dawdle (v.): to waste time

  • 4. affiliate (n.): an associate, partner

  • 5. fawn (v.): to act slavishly submissive


Vocabulary lesson 101

Vocabulary Lesson 10

  • 6. calumny (n.): a false and malicious accusation

    HINT: Claim

  • 7. berate (v.): to scold or rebuke severely and at length

    HINT: Do not be late!

  • 8. minion (n.): a fawning, servile follower

  • 9. desolate (adj.): lonely; forlorn; uninhabited; barren

  • 10. bane (n.): the cause of ruin, harm, distress, or death


Vocabulary lesson 102

Vocabulary Lesson 10

  • 11. pacify (v.): to calm down

    HINT: Pacifier

  • 12. garble (v.): to mix up or distort

    HINT: Marbles

  • 13. prevaricate (v.): to lie

  • 14. filch (v.): to steal

  • 15. neophyte (n.): a beginner

    HINT: New


Vocabulary lesson 10 extra words

Vocabulary Lesson 10 Extra Words

  • 16. tawdry (adj.): gaudy and cheap in appearance

  • 17. cursory (adj.): rapid and superficial

  • 18. skullduggery (n.): trickery; underhandedness

  • 19. logistics (n.): the management if the details of an operation

  • 20. emphatic (adj.): forcibly expressive


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