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Lesson 8 Vocabulary . English 3. bequeath. Susan bequeathed all her personal belongings to her family. . blasphemous. Jack was a religious man, and he took offense when others made blasphemous remarks. . fervor.

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Lesson 8 vocabulary

Lesson 8 Vocabulary

English 3


Bequeath

bequeath

  • Susan bequeathed all her personal belongings to her family.


Blasphemous

blasphemous

  • Jack was a religious man, and he took offense when others made blasphemous remarks.


Fervor

fervor

  • The author said that he had written the story in a fervor of three nights.


Fledgling

fledgling

  • Although Stephen King is now a successful author, he was once a fledgling.


Forlorn

forlorn

  • The whole town was forlorn at the passing of the school’s mascot.


Occult

occult

  • He was so obsessed with the occult arts that he asked his minister to come bless his home for protection from spirits.


Parsimonious

parsimonious

  • Ebenezer Scrooge is an example of a parsimonious person.


Partisan

partisan

  • Partisans from both sides supported the bill.


Serene

serene

  • Although he tried to appear serene, the man’s jerky movements indicated he was agitated.


Solemn

solemn

  • The candidate gave a solemn speech about sacrificing one’s life for the country.


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