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Vocab Words - Vocab 2 Apoplectic Overcome with anger...

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Vocab 2 Apoplectic- Overcome with anger; extremely ignorant Syn- Mad, angry Ant- Happy, relieved After seeing his low grade on his test, he became extremely apoplectic. Ascribe- Attribute something to a cause Syn- Accredit, attribute Ant- Applaud, praise He ascribed his fatigue to the large amount of homework that he did the night before. Diffidence- Lack of self-confidence Syn- Doubt, sheepishness Ant- Confidence, arrogance His diffidence led the crowd to believe that he wouldn’t be a victor in the competition. Dulcet- Sweet and soothing Syn- Agreeable, pleasurable Ant- Harsh, unfriendly The music that came from the harp was soothing and dulcet. Endemic- A characteristic, such as a disease, found regularly among the people of a particular race or in a certain area
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Syn- Native, indigenous Ant- Widespread, international Tay Sachs is an endemic that is found primarily in the Jewish race. Pandemic- A disease that spread across an entire country or the whole world
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