Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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abide to put up with; stand.
apprise to inform (often followed by "of").
coeval coinciding in time of origin or existence; contemporary.
determinism the belief or teaching that every effect, including human thoughts and actions, is completely and predictably brought about by preceding causes and that, therefore, free will does not exist.
exceptionable likely to be objected to; objectionable.
exegesis a critical explanation or interpretive analysis, especially of religious texts.
extrude to force out; expel.
incessant never stopping; constant.
incredulous not able to believe something.
indemnity insurance against damage, loss, or liability.
indurate to make hard in texture; harden.
interdict to deter or impede by the steady use of firepower.
lacuna a gap or omitted part.
ligature a band or tie.
unscathed not hurt or harmed; completely uninjured.