Vocabulary Power Glencoe Grade 11 U2 L5-L6: Question Preview (ID: 29479)


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belittle
a) to speak to someone in order to lessen their presence or self-worth
b) representative of hard work or extreme exertion
c) to lessen or lighten
d) to free or remove someone from entanglements; to liberate

alleviate
a) to lessen or lighten
b) to put down someone; to belittle
c) an illegal or unjust overthrow of those in power
d) to make holy or sacred

arduous
a) representative of hard work or extreme exertion
b) an accelerated or vigorous attack
c) the act of controlling or dominating someone
d) to free or remove someone from entanglements; to liberate

disparage
a) to put down someone; to belittle
b) characteristic of emphasis; spoken or stated with emphasis
c) the act or state of living forever
d) done with excitement or enthusiasm

emphatic
a) characteristic of emphasis; spoken or stated with emphasis
b) offensive; repellent; causing great feelings of disgust
c) unable to be taken away or taken back
d) in a state of dying; near-death

extricate
a) to free or remove someone from entanglements; to liberate
b) to allow to happen; to submit silently or without protest
c) to defile or deface something sacred
d) to thoroughly engage or entertain

loathsome
a) offensive; repellent; causing great feelings of disgust
b) unable to be taken away or taken back
c) a profanation or violation of something sacred
d) characteristic of emphasis; spoken or stated with emphasis

onslaught
a) an accelerated or vigorous attack
b) an illegal or unjust overthrow of those in power
c) to humiliate or shame
d) a profanation or violation of something sacred

subjugation
a) the act of controlling or dominating someone
b) to take back or take away as a result of an infraction
c) to defile or deface something sacred
d) to make holy or sacred

usurpation
a) an illegal or unjust overthrow of those in power
b) representative of hard work or extreme exertion
c) to free or remove someone from entanglements; to liberate
d) the act of controlling or dominating someone

consecrate
a) to make holy or sacred
b) to humiliate or shame
c) to defile or deface something sacred
d) a profanation or violation of something sacred

desecrate
a) to defile or deface something sacred
b) to make holy or sacred
c) a profanation or violation of something sacred
d) in a state of dying; near-death

immortality
a) the act or state of living forever
b) a job or occupation
c) to humiliate or shame
d) in a state of dying; near-death

irrevocable
a) unable to be taken away or taken back
b) an illegal or unjust overthrow of those in power
c) an accelerated or vigorous attack
d) to take back or take away as a result of an infraction

moribund
a) in a state of dying; near-death
b) the act or state of living forever
c) to make holy or sacred
d) offensive; repellent; causing great feelings of disgust

mortify
a) to humiliate or shame
b) characteristic of emphasis; spoken or stated with emphasis
c) to lessen or lighten
d) a profanation or violation of something sacred

revoke
a) to take back or take away as a result of an infraction
b) to defile or deface something sacred
c) to free or remove someone from entanglements; to liberate
d) to speak to someone in order to lessen their presence or self-worth

sacrilege
a) a profanation or violation of something sacred
b) done with excitement or enthusiasm
c) to defile or deface something sacred
d) to make holy or sacred

vocation
a) a job or occupation
b) offensive; repellent; causing great feelings of disgust
c) the act of controlling or dominating someone
d) representative of hard work or extreme exertion

vociferous
a) done with excitement or enthusiasm
b) to humiliate or shame
c) a job or occupation
d) offensive; repellent; causing great feelings of disgust

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