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Envious -1. P.O.S: Adjective Comes from : the Latin word invidus , meaning “having hatred or ill will.” Definition : full of, feeling, or expressing envy with regard to another's advantages, success, and possessions. Fray -2. POS: Noun

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envious 1
Envious -1


Comes from: the Latin word invidus, meaning “having hatred or ill will.”

Definition: full of, feeling, or expressing envy with regard to another's advantages, success, and possessions

fray 2
Fray -2


Comes from: Fray is actually a shortened form of the word affray.Middle English verb effrei, meaning “to disturb.” “disturb the peace.”

  • Definition: a scuffle; brawl. a heated dispute or contest.
shun 3

POS: verb

Comes from: Middle Englishverb shunnen meaning “to regard with horror; to shrink from.”

Definition: to avoid deliberately; keep away from.

scorn 4

POS:Noun or Verb(R & J used as a verb)

Comes from: modern Dutch word scherne, meaning "mockery”

Definition: open dislike and disrespect someone’s or something- to look down on

spite 5


Comes from: version of the word despite, which comes from the Latin verb despicere, meaning “to despise.”

Definition: malicious, usually petty, desire to harm, annoy, frustrate, or humiliate another person

endure 6


Comes from:from the Latin word indurare, which means “to harden one’s heart”

Definition: to carry on through, despite hardships; undergo. to bear with tolerance. to continue in existence; last.

perjury 7


Comes from:Latin verbperiurare which means to not follow through on an oath

Definition: the breach of an oath or a promise

repose 8


Comes from:Latin verb repausare, meaning “to stop; rest.”

Definition: the state of being at rest. freedom from worry; peace of mind. calmness; tranquility.

infinite 9


Comes from:Latin wordinfinitus, which translates as “not limited”

Definition: being without limits of anykind.

consent 10

POS: noun

Comes from:Latin word consentire which means together with

Definition: acceptance or approval of what is planned

rancor 11

POS: noun

Comes from:Latin verb rancere, meaning “to stink; to be rotten.”

Definition: bitter, long-lasting resentment. deep-seated ill will.

sallow 12

POS: adjective

Comes from: From Latin (saliva) to Old Irish (sal) to Old High German (salo) to Old English (salu) all of which mean dirty, dark, or murky

Definition: having any of several colors averaging a grayish greenish yellow that is paler than the color of hay. of a graying greenish yellow suggesting sickliness.

exile 13
  • POS: noun or verb
  • Comes from: Latin word exilium, meaning “wanderer.”
  • Definition: Verb- to send into exile; banish. noun- enforced removal from one's native country.
strife 14

POS: noun

Comes from:Old French verb estriver, meaning "to fight”

Definition: heated, often violent dissension; bitter conflict. a struggle, fight or quarrel. contention or competition between rivals

vile 15

POS: adjective

Comes from:Latin word vilis, meaning “cheap; base.”

Definition: morally despicable; repulsive