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18 Cards in this Set

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castigate
verb. to punish by critizing harshly; to berate
colloquial
adjective. Charaterized by informal language
Epitaph
n. The words carved on a tombstone in memory of the deceased.
exodus
n. A mass departure
inter
v. To put in a grave,to bury
lacerate
v. To tear or cut roughly
largess
n. the act of giving generously, gifts
obituary
n. a notice of death, such as in a newpaper with summary of one's life
omnivourous
adj. eating all kids of food, veg and meat. Or, taking everything available
permeate
v. to spread throughout, to pass through
rendition
n. an interpretation, a performance.
resurgence
n. a rising again to life, use, acceptance, or prominence, a revival.
sterotype
n. A generalization that is used to charcterizes a person w/o acknowledging individual differences
stipend
n. a regular and fixed amount of pay for work done or to help cover living or work expenses.
subservient
adj. serving or acting in an subordinate manner, servile.
collogialism
n. y'all come back would be a southern colloquialism
interment
n. the event where one is burried.
laceration
n. a cut