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AP English Vocab

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1. Mutual hatred or ill-will

2. Indifferent to pleasure or pain; impassive

3. To speak of in a slighting way or negatively; to belittle

4. Giving praise

5. A selected part of a passage or scene

6. To give official authorization or approval

7. To grow or increase rapidly

8. Concerned only with what is on the surface or obvious; shallow

9. Statement of high praise

10. To slow the progress of

11. Open to more than one interpretation

12. Unemotional; serious

13. Worn out through overuse; trite

14. A feeling or understanding resulting from an experience

15. Not applied to actual objects

16. To calm or soothe

17. Responsive; agreeable

18. Extremely or deliberately shocking or noticeable

19. One who is independent and resists adherence to a group

20. Calm

21. A place of retreat or security

22. Anxiety or fear about the future

23. Intended to instruct

24. Artistic representation that aims for visual accuracy

25. Lacking energy

26. Having a harmful effect; injurious

27. Coming into existence; emerging

28. Inborn; built-in

29. An economic or military measure put in place to punish another country

30. A judge who decides a disputed issue

31. Submissive; like a servant

32. The ability to speak vividly or persuasively

33. Treating people as weak or inferior

34. Imposed as a duty; obligatory

35. Logically connected

36. Easily flowing

37. Hinder; interfere with

38. General agreement

39. A union of two or more groups

40. The attribution of humanlike characteristics to inanimate objects - animals - or forces of nature

41. To consider perfect

42. All-powerful

43. Uninteresting; unchallenging

44. A type of figurative language in which one term is substituted for another term with which it is closely associated

45. Sadness; depression

46. Possessing carefull attention to detail; difficult to please

47. To leave one country or region and settle in another

48. Circumstances of a situation; environment

49. Subdued; kept from being circulated

50. An artistic work that imitates the style of another work for comic effect