Flashcards in Chapter 11 Deck (20):
Verb, to conduct or bear oneself, behave, to be in agreement. Second syllable.
Adjective, expressing much in a few words. Second syllable.
Adjective, sober or serious in manner, modest. Second syllable.
Noun, a lessening in value, a belittling Fourth syllable.
Verb, to lower in quality or value, to wear away. Second syllable.
Verb, to tell, reveal, make public. Second syllable.
Adjective, free from ignorance and false ideas, possessing understanding. Second syllable.
Verb, to prevent by acting first. Second syllable.
Verb, to distort in such a way as to make unintelligible. First syllable.
One who puts forward a proposal, one who supports a cause or belief. Second syllable.
Verb, to shake, tremble, to trill. First syllable.
Verb, to spring back, shrink. Noun, the act of springing back. Verb- second syllable. Noun- first syllable.
Verb, to make up for, regain. Second syllable.
Noun, an unpleasant smell. Verb, to give off unpleasant smells, to give a strong impression.
Adjective, unyielding, harsh, without pity. Second syllable.
Noun, a small stream. First syllable.
Verb, to spend foolishly, waste. First syllable.
Adjective, detached or disconnected in sound or style. Second syllable.
Noun, a law. First syllable.