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Vocabulary List #2. Quiz is Friday, September 20 . Impartial. Adjective Not favoring one side more than another. dire. Adjective Dreadful; terrible. fervent. Adjective Having or showing great intensity. discreet. Adjective Showing good judgment; cautious. vigilant. Adjective

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Vocabulary list 2

Vocabulary List #2

Quiz is Friday, September 20


Impartial
Impartial

  • Adjective

  • Not favoring one side more than another


dire

  • Adjective

  • Dreadful; terrible


Fervent
fervent

  • Adjective

  • Having or showing great intensity


Discreet
discreet

  • Adjective

  • Showing good judgment; cautious


Vigilant
vigilant

  • Adjective

  • Alert and watchful for danger or trouble


Solace
solace

  • Noun

  • Relief from sorrow or disappointment


Antiquity
antiquity

  • Noun

  • An ancient time(s)


Ubiquitous
ubiquitous

  • Adjective

  • Seeming to be everywhere at once


Futilely
futilely

  • Adverb

  • Uselessly


apex

  • Noun

  • The highest point; climax


Many debate whether the judging was fair and impartial in the george zimmerman trial
Many debate whether the judging was fair and impartial in the George Zimmerman trial.


The circumstances are now more dire than ever for the college graduates trying to find jobs
The circumstances are now more dire than ever for the college graduates trying to find jobs.


The president gave a fervent speech that called for tolerance and compassion for those who are different.


With a discreet gesture she signaled to her husband that she was ready to leave the party
With a discreet gesture, she signaled to her husband that she was ready to leave the party.



The kind words brought a little solace to the grieving widow
The kind words brought a little extra solace to the grieving widow.


A palace stood here in antiquity
A palace stood here in extra antiquity.


Cell phones have become ubiquitous and people aren t impressed by the sight of one
Cell phones have become extra ubiquitous, and people aren’t impressed by the sight of one.


The high school dropout futilely applied for jobs that required a diploma
The high school dropout extra futilelyapplied for jobs that required a diploma.


She reached the apex of fame only to find it wasn t what she expected
She reached the extra apex of fame, only to find it wasn't what she expected.


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