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CP12 Vocabulary 6. Tested Definitions. Apotheosis Elevation to divine status; deification Bastion Protecting part of a fortification; thing regarded as protecting Bucolic Of shepherds; rustic, pastoral Chutzpah Brashness, audacity Conflagration A great and destructive fire.

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cp12 vocabulary 6

CP12 Vocabulary 6

Tested Definitions

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Apotheosis

    • Elevation to divine status; deification
  • Bastion
    • Protecting part of a fortification; thing regarded as protecting
  • Bucolic
    • Of shepherds; rustic, pastoral
  • Chutzpah
    • Brashness, audacity
  • Conflagration
    • A great and destructive fire
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Contretemps

    • Unfortunate and embarrassing encounter or occurrence
  • Debacle
    • Utter defeat, collapse, or chaos
  • Disparage
    • Criticize; belittle
  • Elocution
    • Art of clear and expressive speech
  • Exult
    • Be joyful
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Fiat

    • Authorization; decree (so let it be written, so let it be done)
  • Grandiloquent
    • Pompous or inflated in language
  • Harbinger
    • Person or thing that announces or signals the approach of another; forerunner
  • Inculcate
    • Urge or impress persistently
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Machination

    • Intrigue
  • Misanthrope
    • Person who hates or avoids human company
  • Pejorative
    • Derogatory; derogatory word
  • Prodigious
    • Marvelous or amazing; enormous
  • Ribald
    • Coarsely or disrespectfully humorous; obsecne
trenchant
Trenchant
  • Incisive; terse, rigorous