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L05: Vocabulary List

Word
(in) sight (n)
against (prep)
agency (n)
altar (n)
attainable (adj)
bosom (n)

Definition
can be seen
in opposition to someone or something
the right to act freely without being controlled by someone
else
a raised place on which sacrifices and gifts are offered
succeeding in doing or getting something

confines (n)

a person's chest, a symbol of a person's secret thoughts


and feelings
the limits or edges of something

conscious (adj)

being aware of and caring about something specified

consist of (phrasal
verb)
determination (n)

to be formed or made up of specific things or people

diligently (adv)
distracted (adj)
except (conj)

a quality that makes you continue trying to do or achieve


something that is difficult
careful hard work or continued effort
unable to think about or pay attention to something

fire your imagination

used to introduce a statement that explains the reason why


something is not possible or will not happen
to give life or energy to something or someone

firm (adj)

not weak or uncertain

foolishly (adv)

lack of using good judgment

fountain (n)
in vain

a natural spring of water


to use in a way that does not show proper respect

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irreversible (adj)

impossible to change back

keep your eyes on the


ball (or something)
middle ground

to continue thinking about or giving attention to something


important that you want to do or achieve
a position or set of opinions that is acceptable to many
people
used to say that something is possible
power to do something
illegal and often harmful substances that damage your
brain
the place where a river enters the sea or the ocean
not supporting or expressing support for either side

might (modal verb)


might (n)
mind-changing drugs
(n)
mouth (n)
neutral (adj)
nothing (pron)
obedient (adj)
offering (n)
onward (adv)
persistently (adj)
precious (adj)
presence (n)
profanity (n)
progress (n)
provisions (n)
relevant (adj)
resolution (n)

someone or something that has no interest, value, or


importance
willing to do what someone tells you to do or to follow a law
or rule
something that is given to God as part of worship
toward what is ahead in space and time
continuing to do something or to try to do something even
though it is difficult
worth a lot of money
used to describe being in the same place as someone
offensive language
the process of improving or developing something over a
period of time
a supply of food and other things that are needed
relating to a subject in an appropriate way
a promise to yourself that you will do something that you
should do

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responsibility (n)

something that you should do because it is morally right

restitution (n)
result (n)

the act of returning something or repairing damage that


was done.
something that is caused by something else that happened

right (n)

something that a person is allowed to have, get, or do

salvation (n)

the state of being saved from sin or evil

society (n)
specific (adj)

the people of a particular community (country, area, time,


etc.)
clearly and exactly stated

stout (adj)
stupor (n)

brave, strong, and determined


dazed, confused

sublime (adj)

very beautiful or good

to confess (v)

to admit that you did something wrong

to contemplate (v)

to think deeply or carefully about something

to create (v)
to delay (v)

to make or to cause something new to exist


to wait until later to do something

to empty (v)
to entice (v)
to forsake (v)

to remove the contents of something


to attract someone especially by offering or showing
something that is appealing, interesting, etc.
to give up or leave something entirely

to hearken (v)
to leap (v)

to listen and follow


to jump

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to overcome (v)

to affect someone very strongly or severely

to overlook (v)

to fail to see or notice something

to press (v)
to prioritize (v)

to continue to do something in a determined way


to make something the most important thing in a group

to prosper (v)
to rebel (v)
to seek (v)
unequivocal (adj)

to become very successful, active, healthy, or strong


to oppose a person or group in authority
to try to do something
very strong and clear, not showing any doubt

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