Augury- a sign of what will happen in the future
 Middle English
 Avi, Gero
 It is an augury of good fortune.
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Basenes...
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Mutinous-(of a sailor) refusing to obey the orders of a person in
authority
 Late middle English
 Mutinously
 I am mu...
Abhorrent- inspiring disgust and loathing
 Late 16th
century
 Abhorrently
 Abhorrent practice

Prudence-the quality of...
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English project boring

  1. 1. Augury- a sign of what will happen in the future  Middle English  Avi, Gero  It is an augury of good fortune.  Baseness- lack of moral principles  English  Base, baser, basest, basely  His good looks were unbelievable by the baseness of his conversation.  Malefactor-a person who commits a crime or some other wrong  Malefaction, malefactress, maleficence, malefice, maleficient  The hunger games is a male factor because they killed eachother.  Muse-(nine Greek a Roman mythology) each of nine goddesses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, who preside over the arts and sciences  Late middle English  Mused, musing  Muse over soon!
  2. 2.  Mutinous-(of a sailor) refusing to obey the orders of a person in authority  Late middle English  Mutinously  I am mutinous because I don’t like to obey others.  Prodigious-remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree  Late 15th century  Proddie, prodigal, prodigy, prodromal  he had a prodigious appetite, he ate a lot of burgers  Abase-behave in a way so as to belittle or degrade(someone)  Late middle English  Abassen, abaissen, abaissier  She acts in a abase behavior so that Millie wont know she don’t like her 
  3. 3. Abhorrent- inspiring disgust and loathing  Late 16th century  Abhorrently  Abhorrent practice  Prudence-the quality of being prudent  English  Prudently  I am thankful that you are still prudence  Reprobate-an unprincipled person (often used humorously or affectionately)  Late middle English  Reprocess, reproduce  You need to go to church and stop being reprobate 

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