TheCrucibleV - Conjured-v- to charge or entreat earnestly...

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Zak Murdock Pd. AB 9-29-06 The Crucible Vocabulary Citadel - n - a fortress that commands a city Abomination - n - extreme disgust and hatred Contention - n - a point advanced or maintained in a debate or argument Defamation - n - the act of harming the reputation of by slander Licentious - adj. - marked by disregard for strict rules of correctness Calamity - n - a state of deep distress or misery caused by major misfortune or loss Anonymity - n - the state of being unnamed or identified Probity - n- adherence to the highest principles and ideals Contemplation - n- concentration on spiritual things as a form of private devotion; the act of regarding steadily Beguile - v- to lead by deception Penitence - n- sad and humble realization of and regret for one's misdeeds
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Unformatted text preview: Conjured-v- to charge or entreat earnestly or solemnly Compromise-n- settlement of differences by arbitration or by consent reached by mutual concessions Formidable-adj.- causing fear, dread, or apprehension Demonic-adj.- of, relating to, or suggestive of a demon Afflicted-v- to distress so severely as to cause persistent suffering or anguish Vindictive-adj.- intended for or involving revenge Intimations-n-things made known especially publicly or formally Notorious-adj.- generally known and talked of Anarchy-n- absence or denial of any authority or established order Subtle-adj.- difficult to understand or perceive Effrontery-n- shameless boldness Purged-v- to clear of guilt...
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