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Boycott
(Boi-kot)

To refuse or buy something as an act or protest.

They boycotted Guess because the sweat shops were not giving them enough.


Renowned
(Ri-nound)



Famous, Well regsrded.

She was a renowned model.


Odyssey
(Od-i-se)



A long adventerous jorney.

Imagrants come on long odesy to come to the united states.


Philanthropist
(fi-lan-thre-pist)

One who wishes to help humanity.

The Philantropist helped his community by give money to them.


Panorama
(Pan-e-ram-a)

A clear view over a wide area.

From my bedrrom window i saw a nice panorama view.


Pseudonym
(Sood-n-im)

Assumed name

Her name was Terryl but her Pseudonym was Emily



Spartan
(Spar-tn)

Lacking in comfort, requring self discpline.

She was mad that she had to stay at her spatan great ante then her then her grandparents house.




Vivacious
(Vi-Va-shes)

Lively, full of spirt.

The cheerleader was vivcious during the football game.


Congenital
(Ken-jen-i-tel)

Existing at birth, naturally being a certin way.

Her down sindrom was congenital and and no one could do anything about it.

Gargantuan
(gar-gan-choo-en)

Huge, immense

I have a gargantuan & luxious bedroom





Pandemonium
(Pan-de-mo-ne-am)

Wild disorder, noise.

Pandemonium broke out when there was a snake in her house


Genesis
(jen-i-sis)

Beginning, orgin

The genseis of the text book has a preface & table of contents.


Viable
(Vi-a-bel)

Capable of living, capable ofsuccess, workable.

She was viable of her job she applied for because she had the expierence they were looking for.