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Submitted by: Janabelle T. Lumacang

Submitted to: Mrs. Ella Mae S. Navarra

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Aisle (noun) Catechizing (verb)
-a passage between rows of seats in a -instruct (someone) in the principles of
building such as a church or theater, an Christian religion by means of question
airplane, or a train. and answer, typically by using a
Apartheid (noun)
-(in South Africa) a policy or system of Chauffeur (noun)
segregation or discrimination on -a person employed to drive a private or
grounds of race. Segregation on rented automobile.
grounds other than race.
Chifforobe (noun)
Approximate (adjective) -a piece of furniture with drawers on one
-close to the actual, but not completely side and hanging space on the other.
accurate or exact.
Civic (adjective)
Archetype (noun) -relating to a city or town, especially its
-a very typical example of a certain administration; municipal.
person or thing.
Clarity (noun)
Aspiration (noun) -the quality of being coherent and
-a hope or ambition of achieving intelligible.
Colleagues (noun)
Audible (adjective) -a person with whom one works in a
-able to be heard. profession or business.

Banquet (noun) Competence (noun)

-an elaborate and formal evening meal -the ability to do something successfully
for many people, often followed by or efficiently.
Connoisseur (noun)
Bequeath (verb) -an expert judge in matters of taste.
-leave (a personal estate or one's body)
to a person or other beneficiary by a will. Connotations (noun)
-an idea or feeling that a word invokes in
addition to its literal or primary meaning.
Besieged (adjective)
- (of a place) surrounded by armed Convey (verb)
forces aiming to capture it or force -transport or carry to a place.
Cringe (verb)
Bland (adjective) -bend one's head and body in fear or in
a servile manner.
-lacking strong features or
characteristics and therefore Contemplates (verb)
uninteresting. -look thoughtfully for a long time at.

Bondage (noun) Delusion (noun)

-the state of being a slave. -an idiosyncratic belief or impression
that is firmly maintained despite being
contradicted by what is generally
Brisk (adjective)
accepted as reality or rational argument,
-active, fast, and energetic. typically a symptom of mental disorder.
Depict (verb) -in a distraught way owing to fear,
-show or represent by a drawing, anxiety, or other emotion.
painting, or other art form.
Genuine (adjective)
Detriment (noun) - truly what something is said to be;
-the state of being harmed or damaged. authentic.

Deviation (noun) Gilding (noun)

the action of departing from an - the process of applying gold leaf or
established course or accepted gold paint.
Grazing (noun)
Diabolical (adjective)
-characteristic of the Devil, or so evil as - grassland suitable for pasturage.
to be suggestive of the Devil.
High-handed (adjective)
Disparagement -using power or authority without
- is the act of speaking about someone considering the feelings of others.
in a negative or belittling way, and
doesn't have to be related to weddings. Hysterical (adjective)
- deriving from or affected by
Endeavour (verb) uncontrolled extreme emotion.
-try hard to do or achieve something.
Illiterate (adjective)
Enthusiasm (noun) -unable to read or write.
-intense and eager enjoyment, interest,
or approval. Imperious (adjective)
-assuming power or authority without
Enunciation justification; arrogant and domineering.
-is the act of pronouncing words.
Impertinence (noun)
Exhilarating (adjective) - lack of respect; rudeness.
-making one feel very happy, animated,
or elated; thrilling. Inanimate (adjective)
- not alive, especially not in the manner
Explicitly (adverb) of animals and humans.
-in a clear and detailed manner, leaving
no room for confusion or doubt. Inclination (noun)
- a person's natural tendency or urge to
Extent (noun) act or feel in a particular way; a
-the area covered by something. disposition or propensity.

Fascination (noun) Inevitable (adjective)

-the power to fascinate someone; the - certain to happen; unavoidable.
quality of being fascinating.
Intimacy (noun)
Fedora (noun) - close familiarity or friendship;
-a low, soft felt hat with a curled brim closeness.
and the crown creased lengthwise.
Lethargic (adjective)
Fiendish (adjective) - affected by lethargy; sluggish and
-extremely cruel or unpleasant; devilish. apathetic.
Fluency (noun) Leverage (noun)- the exertion of force
-the quality or condition of being fluent. by means of a lever or an object used in
the manner of a lever.
Frantically (adverb)
Lifeline (noun) Persuasive (adjective)
- a thing on which someone or - good at persuading someone to do or
something depends or which provides a believe something through reasoning or
means of escape from a difficult the use of temptation.
Plagiarism (noun)
Marionettes (noun) - the practice of taking someone else's
- a puppet worked from above by strings work or ideas and passing them off as
attached to its limbs. one's own.
Mercenary (adjective)
Procrastinating (verb)
- (of a person or their behavior) primarily
- delay or postpone action; put off doing
concerned with making money at the
expense of ethics.

Minimal (adjective) Privileges (noun)

- of a minimum amount, quantity, or - a special right, advantage, or immunity
degree; negligible. granted or available only to a particular
person or group.
Monogram (noun)
- a motif of two or more letters, typically Prosodic
a person's initials, usually interwoven or - is the study of the tune and rhythm of
otherwise combined in a decorative speech and how these features
design, used as a logo or to identify a contribute to meaning.
personal possession. Quench (verb)
- satisfy (one's thirst) by drinking.
Mutters (verb) Querulous (adjective)
-say something in a low or barely - complaining in a petulant or whining
audible voice, especially in
dissatisfaction or irritation.

Naïve (adjective) Racial (adjective)

- (of a person or action) showing a lack - relating to race.
of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
Racism (noun)
Neurotic (adjective) - prejudice, discrimination, or
- having, caused by, or relating to antagonism directed against someone
neurosis. of a different race based on the belief
that one's own race is superior.
Pantomime (noun)
- a dramatic entertainment, originating in Sarcastically (adverb)
Roman mime, in which performers - in an ironic way intended to mock or
express meaning through gestures convey contempt.
accompanied by music.
Scythe (noun)
Prejudice (noun) - a tool used for cutting crops such as
- preconceived opinion that is not based grass or wheat, with a long curved blade
at the end of a long pole attached to
on reason or actual experience.
which are one or two short handles.
Persuade (verb) Seize (verb)
- cause (someone) to do something - take hold of suddenly and forcibly.
through reasoning or argument.
Semantics (noun)
- the branch of linguistics and logic
concerned with meaning. There are a Vulgar (adjective)
number of branches and subbranches of - lacking sophistication or good taste;
semantics, including formal semantics, unrefined.
which studies the logical aspects of
meaning, such as sense, reference,
implication, and logical form, lexical
semantics, which studies word
meanings and word relations,
and conceptual semantics, which
studies the cognitive structure of

Sepulcher (noun)
- a small room or monument, cut in rock
or built of stone, in which a dead person
is laid or buried.
Solemnity (noun)
- the state or quality of being serious
and dignified.

Soliloquy (noun)
- an act of speaking one's thoughts
aloud when by oneself or regardless of
any hearers, especially by a character in
a play.

Superfluous (adjective)
- unnecessary, especially through being
more than enough.

Stolidly (adjective)
- (of a person) calm, dependable, and
showing little emotion or animation.

Tedious (adjective)
- too long, slow, or dull; tiresome or

Trifling (adjective)
- unimportant or trivial.
Untethered (verb)
- release or free from a tether.

Venomous (adjective)
- (of animals, especially snakes, or their
parts) secreting venom; capable of
injecting venom by means of a bite or
Virtuous (adjective)
- having or showing high moral