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Vocabulary Unit 9. Belligerent to Wax. Belligerent -- adj. Hostile or aggressive, given to fight When Mom found out about my grades she was practically belligerent . contrite. Feeling regret for some wrongdoing; apologetic

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vocabulary unit 9

Vocabulary Unit 9

Belligerent to Wax

belligerent adj
Belligerent--adj

Hostile or aggressive, given to fight

When Mom found out about my grades she was practically belligerent .

contrite
contrite
  • Feeling regret for some wrongdoing; apologetic
  • The convict was contrite at his parole hearing, feeling terrible for what he had done.
crestfallen
crestfallen
  • Discouraged; dejected; downcast
emulate
emulate
  • Strive to equal or match; especially by imitating
enhance
enhance
  • To increase the value or importance of something
evoke
evoke
  • To summon forth or bring to mind (as in evoking a feeling)
recluse
recluse
  • A person who is a loner; a hermit
unprecedented
unprecedented
  • For the first time; extraordinary; unparalleled
wax verb
Wax (verb)
  • To expand or increase in size or quantity
heinous
heinous
  • Hatefully or shockingly evil
replete
replete
  • Having a large supply or quantity; abundant
truncate
truncate
  • To cut short; to abbreviate
extricate
extricate
  • To free or disentangle from trouble; to get out
impeccable
impeccable
  • Flawless; without sin or blemish