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Vocabulary Week 1. Abominate. (uh BOM uh nate ) V. Link: A bomb hate To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loathing. Artisan. (AHR tih sun) N. Link: Art in Sand A worker skilled in a craft. Criterion. ( kry TEER ee un ) N. Link: Librarian

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abominate
Abominate
  • (uh BOM uh nate) V.
  • Link: A bomb hate
  • To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loathing
artisan
Artisan
  • (AHR tih sun) N.
  • Link: Art in Sand
  • A worker skilled in a craft
criterion
Criterion
  • (kry TEER ee un ) N.
  • Link: Librarian
  • A standard or rule by which something can be judged a basis for judgment
capacious
Capacious
  • (kuh PAY shus) Adj.
  • Link: Cap Spacious
  • Roomy, able to hold much
draconian
Draconian
  • (drah KOH nee un ) Adj.
  • Link: Dracula
  • Hard, severe, cruel
facilitate
Facilitate
  • (fuh SIL uh tayt) V.
  • Link: Cell Mate
  • To make easier, to help bring about.
loiter
Loiter
  • (LOY ter) V.
  • Link: Lawyer
  • To remain in an area without any specific reason: to lag behind
harrowing
Harrowing
  • (HARE roe ing) Adj.
  • Link: hare Rowing
  • Extremely distressing: disturbing or frightening
relinquish
Relinquish
  • (rah LING kwish) V.
  • Link: Reel in Fish
  • To give up doing professing or intending to surrender; give in
paradox
Paradox
  • (PAIR uh dahks) N.
  • Link: Bears or ducks
  • A situation in which something seems both true and false.