Vocab week two definitions

Question Answer
antics (N,.pl.) ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions
banter (V) to exchange playful remarks, tease
detriment harm or loss; injury,damage,a disadvantage
durable (adj) sturdy not easily destroyed, last for a long time
durable (n,.pl) consumer goods used repeatedly over a series of years
frugal (adj) economical, avoiding waste and luxury
invalidate (v) to make valueless take away all force or affect
legendary (adj) described in well know stories
maim (v) to cripple, disable, injure
oblique (adj)) slanting or slopping, not straight forward)
venerate (v) to regard with reverence, look up with great respect
avowed (adj,..part) declared openly and without shame
bountiful (adj) giving freely, generous; plentiful, given abundantly
congested (adj,..part) overcrowded or filled
enterprising (adj) energetic, willing to start something
gingerly (adj) with extreme caution or care
glut (v) to provide more that is needed or wanted
incognito (adj) in a diguised state
minimize (v) to make as small as possible
veer (v) to change direction or coarse suddenly
wanton (adj) reckless; heartless, unjustifiable

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