fresh_vocab_s2w5 - Regular V 1\/31 2\/4 abjure v To renounce or give up one's previously held belief When taking the U.S oath of citizenship he must

fresh_vocab_s2w5 - Regular V 1/31 2/4 abjure v To...

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Regular V 1/31 – 2/4 abjure: v To renounce or give up one's previously held belief. When taking the U.S. oath of citizenship, he must abjure allegiance to any other nation. benevolent: adj Kind, good, caring. The benevolent king lowered the taxes. catalyst: n Something or someone that starts a process or event. Not studying is a catalyst to failing the class. credulous: adj Gullible, ready to believe anything. The credulous child believed her older brother when he talked about monsters. grandiose: adj Extraordinary, grand in scope. The grandiose valley stretched out for miles. incense: v Make very angry. Those accusations incensed her. laud: v Praise highly. The paper lauded him as a great scientist. odyssey: n Any long and adventurous journey. High school is an odyssey from adolescence to adulthood. quail: v Feel or show great fear or apprehension. She quailed at his heartless words. rote: n Habitual repetition of something to be learned.

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