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TKAM Vocab #3. shambles. Part of Speech: noun Definition: a place or state in which there is great confusion, disorder, or destruction Her actions left her family in shambles. ingenuous. Part of Speech: adjective Definition: very smart or clever T he book has an ingenious plot. gallant.

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TKAM Vocab #3

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TKAM Vocab #3


shambles

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: a place or state in which there is great confusion, disorder, or destruction

Her actions left her family in shambles.


ingenuous

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition: very smart or clever

The book has an ingenious plot.


gallant

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition: showing courage; very brave

The new student had a very gallant personality as he approached his new peers.


invective

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition: of, relating to, or characterized by insult or abuse

He gave out invective remarks toward an unlucky friend.


contemporary

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition: happening or beginning now or in recent times

The new house on our street was very contemporary.


rudiments

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: something unformed or undeveloped

They began to put together the rudiments of the plan.


mausoleum

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: a large tomb; a large gloomy building or room

It is so quiet in here it is like a mausoleum.


umbrage

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: a feeling of being offended by what someone has said or done

She took umbrage at the slightest suggestion of disrespect.


palliation

Part of Speech: verb

Definition: to make the effects of (something, such as an illness) less painful, harmful, or harsh

There are treatments that can palliate the painful symptoms of the disease.


reconnaissance

Part of Speech: noun

Definition: a preliminary survey to gain information; especially an exploratory military survey of enemy territory

They did a reconnaissance of the enemy's position.


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