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Night Vocabulary Section 5

Night Vocabulary Section 5.

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Night Vocabulary Section 5

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  1. Night VocabularySection 5

  2. 1. emaciated 2. apathy 3. empathy 4. sympathy 5. dregs 6. fatigue 7. lament 8. plaintive 9. elude 10. idleness Night VOCAB WORDS-Sec 5

  3. nsorrow or the capacity to feel sorrow for another's suffering or misfortuneSynonyms: compassion, condolenceAntonyms: indifference, cruelty sympathy

  4. ADJ very thin especially from disease, hunger, or cold Synonyms: bony, lean, gaunt Antonyms: robust, plump emaciated

  5. Na lack of feeling or emotion__Synonyms: indifference, numbness, emotionlessAntonyms:concern, interest apathy

  6. Ntemporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental workSynonyms: tiredness, wearinessAntonyms: energy, liveliness, vigor fatigue

  7. nidentification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives— Synonyms: understanding, insightAntonyms: apathy, misunderstanding empathy

  8. N • a cry of sorrow and grief • Synonyms: wail, complaint Antonyms: praise, compliment lament

  9. N matter that settles to the bottom of a body of liquid Synonyms: waste, residue Antonym: purity dregs

  10. N • 1.) not working or active; unemployed; doing nothing • 2.) not in use or operation • __ • Synonyms: laziness, inaction Antonyms: action, ambition, busyness, employment idleness

  11. ADJexpressing sorrow or suggesting mourningSynonyms: mournful, melancholy, heartbrokenAntonyms: joyful, cheerful plaintive

  12. V • escape, either physically or mentally Synonyms: evade, escape Antonyms: face, confront elude

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