Vocabulary Words Quiz 2

February 17, 2018 Off By admin
Term Definition
Conjure to call upon or command (a devil or spirit)
by invocation or spell.
Abomination Action that arouses disgust or hate
Conjure to call upon or command (a devil or spirit)
by invocation or spell.
Abomination Action that arouses disgust or hate
innate existing in one from birth
Deference respectful submission or yielding to the judgment, opinion, will, etc., of another.
Prodigious extraordinary in size, amount,
extent, degree, force, etc.
Contention a struggling together in opposition. (Competition or fight)
Vindictive disposed or inclined to revenge or spite, vengeful
innate existing in one from birth
Ominous Suggesting or hinting that something bad is going to happen in the future
Licentious going beyond customary or proper bounds or limits; disregarding rules.
explicit fully revealed or expressed without vagueness. Leaving no question as to meaning or intent. When asked for explicit evidence, you must go back to the text and find word for word answers.
Prodigious extraordinary in size, amount,
extent, degree, force, etc.
Principal the person with the highest authority or most important position in an organization, institution, or group.
Vindictive disposed or inclined to revenge or spite, vengeful
Ominous Suggesting or hinting that something bad is going to happen in the future
explicit fully revealed or expressed without vagueness. Leaving no question as to meaning or intent. When asked for explicit evidence, you must go back to the text and find word for word answers.
Principal the person with the highest authority or most important position in an organization, institution, or group.
Principle an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct
Abomination – sin
prodigious- Antonym tiny
conflict- synonym contention
Licentious – synonym corrupt
Deference- synonym reverence
Licentious – Antonym moral or innocent
Deference- synonym respect
Ominous- synonym sinister
prodigious- synonym massive
prodigious- Antonym tiny
Licentious – synonym corrupt
Licentious – Antonym moral or innocent
Ominous- synonym sinister
Ominous- synonym threatening
Ominous- Antonym encouraging or hopeful
Cynical Distrusting the motives of others
Tyranny Unrestrained exercise of power, one absolute ruler
Jurisdiction territory over which authority is exercised
Cynical- Synonym skeptical, doubtful
Oppression unjust use of power to enforce an unequal relationship
Cynical Antonym Trusting
Tyranny antonym democracy
Reverence Honor or deep respect that is felt for or shown to someone or something
Perseverance The quality that allows someone to continue trying to do something
Coax To influence or persuade (a person or animal) to do something by talking in a gentle and friendly way
Apathetic not having or showing much emotion or interest