776-800 - A/B 776-800 WORDS felon fallacy abate errant appraise engulf pristine flora ambulatory mawkish epidemic delegate exhume immaculate

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A/B 776-800 WORDS DEFINITIONS felon one who has committed a serious crime fallacy false notion, ESP. one based on incorrect reasoning abate to lesson in amount, intensity or strength errant wandering outside of established limits; straying appraise to officially estimate the worth of engulf to swallow up pristine remaining in a pure state flora plants as a group, ESP. of a specified region or time ambulatory of or for walking; capable of walking mawkish overly sentimental epidemic repaid spread or growth, ESP. of disease or things metaphorically seen as disease delegate to entrust to another person; N. a person authorized to act as a the representative of another exhume to dig up out of the ground immaculate perfectly clean invalidate to cancel; deprive of legal importance; nullify wreak to inflict; to cause (something bad) retrospect the consideration of past events muse to meditate; to consider thoughtfully quarantine enforced isolation to prevent the spread of disease; V. to isolate fro such purpose
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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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776-800 - A/B 776-800 WORDS felon fallacy abate errant appraise engulf pristine flora ambulatory mawkish epidemic delegate exhume immaculate

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