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ANTHEM Vocabulary

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on 4 November 2013

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Transcript of ANTHEM Vocabulary

VOCABULARY
ANTHEM
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Seven
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
transgression
portal
larder
mandate
dais
sieve
an act of violating a law, command, or moral code; sin
a room or cupboard for storage
a large, decorative entrance
an order by command or authority
raised platform at the head of a room
an instrument with a mesh or perforated bottom used for straining liquids
furrow
deign
taut
lassitude
pyre
a narrow groove-like depression in any surface
to do something that one considers to be below one's dignity
tightly drawn; emotionally strained or tense
weariness of body or mind; lack of energy
a pile or heap of wood or other combustible material
brine
salt water or ocean water
tarry
submission
linger or delay
giving in to or surrendering to another's authority
reeling
abyss
fathom
to feel dizzy
deep, immeasurable space or cavity
to comprehend or understand
illustrious
infamy
torrent
highly distinguished; renowned; famous
swift, violent stream
extremely bad reputation or strong condemnation as the result of a shameful, criminal, or outrageous act
barren
hearth
endeavor
incapable of producing offspring; unproductive
the floor of a fireplace; a home
to exert oneself to do something; make an effort
edict
vindicate
depraved
creed
serfdom
an authoritative proclamation or command
to clear from an accusation or suspicion
corrupt or wicked
a formulated system of belief or opinion
a person in a condition of servitude; a slave
impassable
cowardice
not allowing passage over or through
lack of courage to face danger, pain, opposition, etc.
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