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Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
Bradford words to own vocabulary
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  1. Vocabulary<br />William Bradford: “On Plymouth Plantation”<br />
  2. profane<br />to treat something sacred with abuse, irreverence, or contempt:<br />He profaned the church by arriving drunk.<br />
  3. execrations<br />the act of cursing or denouncing; also the curse so uttered :<br />Upon discovering that someone had stolen his golf bag, he let loose a volley of execrations.<br />
  4. consultation<br />the act of asking for advice or thought; conferring :<br />The town decided to close the park without any consultation with town residents.<br />
  5. relent<br />to stop resisting, to give in:<br />Our request was initially refused, but the teacher relented and gave us another chance.<br />
  6. confederates<br />allies: accomplices:<br />The police were able to track down his confederates once the thief started talking.<br />
  7. haughty<br />(snobbish;  blatantly and disdainfully proud :<br />The cheerleader rejected his offer with a haughty flip of her head.<br />
  8. reproved<br />to scold or correct usually gently or with kindly intent; censure:<br />The teacher reproved the student for being late.<br />
  9. sundry<br />miscellaneous; various parts not important enough to be named individually:<br />Sundry persons came to the first meeting.<br />
  10. discourse<br />verbal interchange of ideas; conversation:<br />He likes to engage in lively discourse with his visitors.<br />
  11. comprised<br />to be made up of<br />The play is comprised of three acts.<br />

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