PHS College Vocabulary 3

amicable
(adjective) agreeable, friendly, easygoing, neighborly
converge
(verb) to meet at one point, connect, intersect
digression
(noun) straying from the main point, a temporary departure from the main subject
disdain
(noun, verb) the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one’s consideration or respect; scorn, look down on
emulate
(verb) follow an example, imitate
exasperation
(noun) a feeling of intense irritation, frustration, or annoyance
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inevitable
(adjective, noun)unavoidable, certain; a situation that is unavoidable
jubilation
(noun) joy, a feeling of great happiness
nonchalant
(adjective) calm, casual, composed, unconcerned
malicious
(adjective) hateful, cruel
restrained
(adjective) controlled, restricted; unemotional or dispassionate
spontaneous
(adjective) impulsive action, occurring as a result of a sudden inner impulse or inclination without previous thought
suppress
(verb) forcibly put an end to, subdue, crush
wary
(adjective) watchful, alert, showing caution about possible dangers or problems
impulsive
(adjective) acting or done without forethought, hasty