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Irritable, easily aroused to anger; hot tempered. Her irascible temperament caused many problems with the staff at the ofﬁce. overweening (oh·ve˘r· wee·nin ) adj. 1. presumptuously arrogant, overbearing. 2. excessive, immoderate. I quit because I couldn’t stand to work for such an overweening boss. perfidious (pe˘r· fid·i·u˘s) adj. treacherous, dishonest; violating good faith, disloyal. The perﬁdious knight betrayed his king. personable ( pur·so˘·na˘·be˘l) adj. pleasing in appearance or manner; attractive.
1. to bring up, introduce, in order to begin a discussion of. 2. to tap or pierce, as in to draw off liquid. It was hard for Sarah to broach the subject of her mother’s weight gain. cadge (kaj) v. to beg, to obtain by begging. Their dog Cleo would cadge at my feet, hoping I would throw him some table scraps. caste (kast) n. a distinct social class or system. While visiting India, Michael was fascinated to learn the particulars of each caste and the way they related to each other. daunt (dawnt) v.
The Athenian lawmaker Draco was known to ________ citizens for the most minor offenses. 116. The ________ students were given two-week suspensions and required to complete 20 hours of community service. 117. Edna ________ (ed) the children for not doing their homework. 118. The ________ of the crime shocked even the most hardened detectives. 119. The judge granted Mason a ________ when another man confessed to the crime. 120. The worst ________ (s) are often those who appear to lead normal, law-abiding lives.
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