The View From Saturday Vocabulary: Defined

March 19, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, European History, Renaissance (1330-1550), Feudalism
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The View From Saturday Vocabulary Word List Chapter 1 1. ACCURATE 2. BRAWN 3. DECORUM 4. LECTERN 5. BENEVOLENT 6. QUARTERING 7. BATED 8. DOMICILE 9. MAIMED 10. DIRIGIBLES

Precisely correct Physical strength Etiquette; proper social behavior Podium Kindly Able to cut into fourths Tapered off; became smaller or less Homes Injured permanently Capable of being steered, guided, or directed

Chapter 2 1. DE FACTO 2. TERMINALLY 3. HOVER 4. ATROCIOUS 5. MAMMOTH 6. REINFORCE 7. ADVISE 8. TRANQUILIZE 9. INVENTORY 10. PREOCCUPIED 11. MECHANISM

Existing in fact Irreversibly Linger without purpose Extremely bad Huge Strengthen Offer advice; recommended Administer a drug that will soothe or calm List of the quantity of items contained in an area Consumed by the thought of something Method or instinct an animal has for finding its way

Chapter 3 (Part I) 1. REFRAIN 2. UNRULY 3. NONCHALANT 4. ARCHIVE 5. PARCELED 6. ITINERANT 7. KNOLL 8. NEGLECT 9. CONVERSION 10. FEEBLE 11. INEVITABLE

Kept oneself from doing something Hard to control Casual; in a relaxed manner Collection of historical documents or records Divided into smaller units Traveling Small hill Inattention Something that has changed into another form, substance, state, or product

Weak Certain; with an unavoidable outcome

Chapter 3 (Part II) 1. PROTRUDING 2. TORMENT 3. DISENTANGLE 4. PRECEDE 5. GENUS 6. NATURALIZATION 7. ORIGINATE 8. ACQUIRE 9. INCUBATING 10. UNFURL

Chapter 4 1. REVISED 2. SPONTANEOUS 3. SUPPRESSED 4. ADMONISH 5. ACRONYMS 6. EXCESSIVE 7. RENDERING 8. CARAFE 9. RUCKUS 10. CARDINAL

Chapters 5 - 6 1. DICTATORIAL 2. APPOINT 3. SOPHISTICATED 4. MALICE 5. QUAINT 6. VULGAR 7. VERGE 8. ANIMATED 9. MEDIOCRE 10. TRAJECTORY 11. AMBLED 12. JUBILANT

Sticking out Intense suffering Untwist To come before something In biology, a category above species and below family Process of granting citizenship to a foreigner Have a beginning To learn or possess Keeping eggs warm until hatchlings emerge Spread out from a folded position

Reconsidered; altered; amended; improved Occurring without planning or warning Prevented from being expressed; kept down Warn Word created from the initial letters of words in a longer phrase

More than is needed or wanted Version or translation Glass receptacle with an open top used for holding liquid Commotion Fundamental

Behaving as if one has complete rule over others Assign people to a certain task or job Having worldly experience or culture Wanting to do harm Charmingly old-fashioned Lacking charm, culture, or sophistication A point or limit Lively Average to below average in quality Path a flying object takes Strolled or walked leisurely Triumphantly happy

Chapter 7 1. SOVEREIGN 2. PRETEXT 3. FAVORABLE 4. SYLLABICATION 5. TRANSLUCENCE 6. NANOSECOND 7. SENTINELS 8. CONVERGED 9. PHALANX

King who is supreme ruler False excuse Showing approval Having to do with the parts of words State of being semi-transparent Tiniest fraction of a second Guards Came from different directions toward a central point Unit of troops who stand closely together

Chapters 8 - 12 1. ADORN 2. COMPLEMENTARY 3. PRECEDENT 4. FRIEZE 5. INVOLUNTARILY 6. PERPETUAL

Decorate splendidly Combining in such a way as to enhance each other Previous event that serves as an example in the future Horizontal band of decoration in a building Doing something against one's will Continuing without change or end

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