vocab macbeth - JinalPatel EnglishIII 1 Abhor: 2...

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Jinal Patel English III 1. Abhor: Regard with disgust and hatred.  I abhor when I have a lot of homework at the same time.  2. Apace: At a rapid pace. Graduation is coming at a apace, and I can’t wait for it. 3. Disdain: consider to be unworthy of one’s consideration. Some people may have disdain for band but I tend to like it. 4. Murky: Dark and gloomy. The water was murky.  5. Prophetic: accurately describing and predicting what will happen in the future. The prophetic writing in the old ages about 2012 is starting to make sense.  6. Repose: Temporary rest from activity, excitement, or exertion.  I was reposing when I do work around the house.  7. Cistern: A receptacle for holding water or other liquid.  8. Incensed:  To cause to be extremely angry. My brother was incensed when I took all his money from his wallet without asking. 9. Interdiction: Removal of the right to care for one’s own person or affairs. There should be a interdiction for kids watching adult movies. 10. Laudably: Deserving commendation.  The fireman was laudably for his brave actions.  11. Profound: very great; intense.
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My dad does a profound job at constructing buildings, schools, dams, and etc. 12.
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