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Latin: Word Review Lessons 25-28 Matching

Latin: Word Review Lessons 25-28 Matching

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amiablepleasant and friendly
amicablepleasant and friendly despite a difficult situation or an agreement achieved without arguments
appeasetp prevent further disagreement by giving in to a demand of the other side
aptitudenatural ability
availuse, purpose, advantage, or profit
condigndeserved; merited; suitable
condolencean expression of sympathy for friends of a person who has reciently died
convalesceto rest inorder to get better
corroborateto add proof or certainty to a situation by including new information
crucifyto kill someone by nailing her to a cross
culpabledeserving to be blamed or considered responsible for something bad
deitya god or goddess
delusiona false belief
derisivelaughing at someone in a way which shows you think they are ridiculous
dignitythe state of deserving respect
divinegod-like; splendid; guess; search
exonerateto show someone to not have blame
fallaciousan idea that a lot of people think is true but which is false
falsifyto change in order to deceive
gratuitousnot necessary
impeccableperfect
impunityfreedom from punishment
indomitablestrong, brave and determined person
ineptnot skilled or effective
inimicalharmful; having a bad effect
iratevery angry
lachrymosesad and/or tending to cry often and easily
laudabledeserving praise, even if there is little or no success
ludicrousfoolish; causing laughter because unreasonable
mendaciousnot truthful
mendicanta beggar
onerousdifficult to do or needing a lot of effort
pacificacts intended to achieve peace
penitentregretting something you have done because you feel it is wrong
placateto stop someone from feeling angry
potentvery powerful and strong
preludesomething that comes before a more inportant event
pulchritudephysical beauty
rectifyto correct or to make right
rectitudehonesty and moral correctness of a person's character and behavior
regalextremely splendid; suitable for a king or queen
resilientable to quickly return to a previous good condition
resurrectto bring back to life; to bring something back into use
revileto criticize someone strongly
sacrosanctthought to be too important to be changed
salientmost noticable or important
salinecontaining salt
salutarycausing inprovement of behavior or character
sanitaryclean and not dangerous to the health
vilifyto say or write bad thing about someone in order to cause people to have a bad opinion of her
vindicateto show to have been right or true; to show to be free from guilt or blame

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