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March 25, 2013. Take out a sheet of notebook paper and create a three-column chart for vocabulary Unit 7. Vocabulary Unit 7B. Vocabulary chart due tomorrow. Vocabulary quiz for Unit 7 will be Monday, April 15 th . Vocabulary Unit 7A (chart due tomorrow). 1. Abhor – (v.) to hate deeply.

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march 25 2013
March 25, 2013

Take out a sheet of notebook paper and create a three-column chart for vocabulary Unit 7.

vocabulary unit 7b

Vocabulary Unit 7B

Vocabulary chart due tomorrow.

Vocabulary quiz for Unit 7 will be Monday, April 15th.

2 amend v to change in a formal way change for the better
2. Amend – (v.) to change in a formal way; change for the better

One must amend their bad habits before they define who they are.

3 buffet v to strike repeatedly to drive or force with blows
3. Buffet - (v.) to strike repeatedly; to drive or force with blows
  • Unusual snowstorms buffet the Midwest during the spring months.
4 chaos n great confusion or disorder
4. Chaos – (n.) great confusion or disorder

Mass chaos could erupt if we don’t have some kind of order in our day.

5 commodious adj roomy or spacious
5. Commodious – (adj.) roomy or spacious
  • One would expect this yacht to be very commodious due to its size.
6 corrosive adj eating away gradually acid like bitterly sarcastic
6. Corrosive - (adj.) eating away gradually; acid like; bitterly sarcastic
  • Certain foods could be corrosive to your body if consumed in excess.
8 extant adj still existing not exterminated destroyed or lost
8. Extant – (adj.) still existing; not exterminated, destroyed or lost


  • Owls are rare birds that are still extant in the United States.
9 implicate v to involve in to connect with or be related to
9. Implicate - (v.) to involve in; to connect with or be related to
  • Over the years, there has been collected evidence to implicate Lance Armstrong with the use of enhancement drugs.
10 inter v to bury commit to the earth
10. Inter – (v.) to bury; commit to the earth

It is a custom in America to inter the dead once they leave this earth.

11 martinet n strict disciplinarian a stickler for the rules
11. martinet – (n.) strict disciplinarian; a stickler for the rules

Mr. Whitehead is the least of

strict disciplinarians; he’s a

taskmaster, but definitely not

considered a martinet.

12 obviate v to anticipate and prevent to remove dispose of
12. Obviate - (v.) to anticipate and prevent; to remove, dispose of

Vaccinations can do much to obviate dangers of childhood illnesses.

13 renegade n one who leaves a group a deserter outlaw adj traitorous unconventional
13. Renegade - (n.) one who leaves a group; a deserter, outlaw; (adj.) traitorous; unconventional

The new ruler of North Korea may result in many political figures to

defect their country and consider themselves renegades.

14 reprehensible adj deserving blame or punishment
14. Reprehensible – (adj.) deserving blame or punishment

The driver’s comments toward the veteran

are thoughtless reprehensible .

15 somber adj dark gloomy depressed or melancholy in spirit
15. Somber – (adj.) dark, gloomy; depressed or melancholy in spirit

Romeo appeared to be in such a somber mood as he contemplated Rosaline's love for him.

16 squalid adj filthy wretched debased
16. Squalid – (adj.) filthy, wretched, debased

Living in such squalid conditions could be devastating.

17 turbulent adj disorderly riotous violent stormy
17. Turbulent (adj.) disorderly, riotous, violent; stormy

The storm has caused turbulent conditions among the sea.

18 vociferous adj loud and noisy compelling attention
18. Vociferous - (adj.) loud and noisy; compelling attention

With his keen fashion sense and vociferous voice, the boy was on his way to be a rock star.

19 voluminous adj of great size numerous writing or speaking at great length
19. Voluminous – (adj.) of great size; numerous; ;writing or speaking at great length

The baked good from this baker are known to be voluminous and