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In ordinary usage, deposition refers to the act of depriving of authority, or the placing or laying down, as of a sediment or precipitation. 5. equity: something that is just, impartial, and fair; the value of a business or property in excess of any claim against it; justice applied in circumstances not covered by law. 6. exhume: to dig out of the earth; disinter; reveal. From the Latin humus (“ground’). 7. incommunicado: without the means or right of communication with others, as one held in solitary confinement.
On Navy Day, we stood upon the pier to watch the ____________ sail into the Harbor. IV. What’s the Antonym? Which of the new words is most nearly opposite in meaning to the one provided? 1. cowardice _______________ 2. patriot _______________ 3. today _______________ 4. weakness _______________ 5. lawman _______________ 6. loss _______________ 7. state of alertness _______________ 8. shack _______________ 9. peon _______________ 10. wealthy neighborhood _______________ Lesson 9 1. anachronism: anything that is out of place in time.
Originally, this meant a coin of small value. Inevitably, the meaning was transferred to a person of low esteem because of his or her criticism or bias. 11. simulacrum – a slight, unreal, or superficial likeness or semblance; an image or representation of something 12. soupcon – suspicion; a slight trace or flavor; a very small amount. 13. teeming: swarming; prolific or fertile. titanic: of enormous size, strength, or power. In classical mythology the Titans were a race of giants who ruled the world before gods and goddesses.
601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam (Barron's 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam) by Murray Bromberg