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Vocabulary Week 8. Campagna. annul. The state legislators voted by an overwhelming majority to annul the out-of-date law. annul. V. to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative; to declare legally invalid or void. Blasé.

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annul
annul
  • The state legislators voted by an overwhelming majority to annul the out-of-date law
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annul
  • V. to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative; to declare legally invalid or void
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Blasé
  • Battle hardened soldiers may tend to become a bit blasé about the dangers they face.
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Blasé
  • Adj. indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures; apethetic
bolster
bolster
  • When you write a research paper, you should always use appropriate facts to bolster your case.
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bolster
  • V. to support, give a boost to; n. a long pillow or cushion; a supporting post
deplore
deplore
  • Social critics deplore what they believe is a widespread decline in good manners.
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deplore
  • V. to feel or express regret or disaproval
frivolous
frivolous
  • I’ll ignore your frivolous suggestion that the Giants are going to the Super Bowl.
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frivolous
  • Adj. of little importance, not worthy of serious attention; not meant seriously
muster
muster
  • You will need to muster up your courage to face the bully who has been tormenting you
  • The sleepy new recruits assembled on the parade ground for the early morning muster.
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muster
  • V. to bring together for service or battle; to gather or summon; n. a list of men for military service; a gathering
nonentity
nonentity
  • We may not be movie stars, but we did not deserve to be treated as nonentity by the headwaiter
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nonentity
  • N. a person or thing of no importance
obsess
obsess
  • If you allow fear of failure to obsess you, you will find it difficult or even impossible to achieve your goals.
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obsess
  • V. to trouble, haunt, or fill the mind
ornate
ornate
  • If you ask me, an ornate gilded frame distracts the viewer’s eye from a simple drawing.
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ornate
  • Adj. elaborately decorated
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oust
  • Military leaders ousted the duly elected president and took over the government.
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oust
  • V. to remove, drive out of a position or place