651-675 - A/B 651-675 WORDS infamous stature rouse tantalize permeate mercantile obviate confide genocide faction stationary retort rankle assent

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A/B 651-675 WORDS DEFINITIONS infamous having a bad reputation; notorious stature height of a person or animal in an upright position; level of achievement rouse to wake or provoke tantalize to torment or tease by showing something desirable while keeping it out of reach permeate to spread or flow thought mercantile relating to business obviate to stop from occurring; to prevent or make unnecessary confide to tell something in secret genocide killing of a whole national or ethnic group faction a group within a larger group, USU. One that produces dissent stationary not moving retort to reply, ESP. in a quick or witty manner rankle to cause persistent irritation assent formal agreement; to agree formally via by way of topography the surface features of a place, region or object persist to continue despite difficulty wield to handle( for ex. a tool) spat a small argument or dispute conspicuous easy to notice; obvious; apparent profane abusive disrespect towards what is sacred; nonreligious in subject matter
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course SAT 12432 taught by Professor Thomson during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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651-675 - A/B 651-675 WORDS infamous stature rouse tantalize permeate mercantile obviate confide genocide faction stationary retort rankle assent

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