key vocabulary

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  • Created on: 01-10-18 20:44
intoxicating
exhilarating or exiting. for example - an intoxicating sense of freedom.
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pungent
having a sharply strong taste or smell. for example - the pungent smell of fryibg onions.
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utterance
a spoken word , statement , or vocal sound. for example - he wispered, as if to lend his utterances an added confidentiality.
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aspire
direct ones hopes or ambitions towards achieving something. for example - we never thought that we might aspire to those heights.
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pandemonium
wild or noisy disorder or confusion ;upraw. for example - there was complete pandwmonium-everyone just pannicked.
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blemished
a small mark or flaw which spoils the apperance of something. for example - the girls hands were without blemish.
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crenelated
provide (a wall of a building )with battlements. for example - the abbey of Quarr has been licenced to crenilate its buildings.
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tessellated
decorate ( a floor or pavement ) with mosaics.
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olfactory
relating to a sense of smell . for examle -the olfactory organs.
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vociferous
expressing or characterized by vehement opinions. for example - he was a vociferous opponent of the takeover.
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having a sharply strong taste or smell. for example - the pungent smell of fryibg onions.

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pungent

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a spoken word , statement , or vocal sound. for example - he wispered, as if to lend his utterances an added confidentiality.

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Card 4

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direct ones hopes or ambitions towards achieving something. for example - we never thought that we might aspire to those heights.

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Card 5

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wild or noisy disorder or confusion ;upraw. for example - there was complete pandwmonium-everyone just pannicked.

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