Lesson 6

     
  1. anarchy
  2. - Total absence of government.
     
  3. apprehend
  4. - To seize; to arrest.
     
  5. arraign
  6. - To bring before a court to face charges.
     
  7. assimilate
  8. - To absorb into a population.
     
  9. bizarre
  10. - Strikingly out of the ordinary; peculiar.
     
  11. calamity
  12. - An event that causes great suffering and harm; a disaster.
     
  13. conspire
  14. - To plan together secretly to do something wrong or illegal.
     
  15. dissension
  16. - A difference of opinion; disagreement.
     
  17. elapse
  18. - To pass or slip by (used with time).
     
  19. imminent
  20. - About to happen; likely to occur in the very near future.
     
  21. interrogate
  22. - To ask questions of, especially in a thorough or formal manner.
     
  23. lionize
  24. - To treat as a celebrity.
     
  25. meticulous
  26. - Extremely careful; attentive to small details.
     
  27. shackle
  28. - A ring or band put around the arm or leg to prevent free movement.
     
  29. swelter
  30. - To suffer from or to be overcome by great heat.


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