Vocab Words

Afflicted

(adj.) having physical or mental pain or suffering

Veiled

(adj.) covered by something that conceals (veil)

Concealing

(verb) to keep from being seen

Intelligence

(noun) the capacity to gain and use knowledge; information

Hastened

(verb) to hurry

Forestall

(verb) to prevent

Bearing

(noun) tolerance, endurance

Significance

(noun) being important

Haunted

(verb) to visit somebody in the form of a ghost

Aquiver

(verb) trembling, quivering

Peddler

(noun) a person who goes place to place selling small goods

Bespoke

(verb) to suggest the evidence of

Repression

(adj.) to hold; to crush

Suspension

(noun) interruption; a stop

Elusive

(adj.) difficult to find; slippery

Subtle

(adj.) understated; difficult to see or detect

Unwittingly

(noun) not aware of facts; missing the ability to understand

Tumultuously

(adj.) noisy, disorderly

Trivial

(adj.) of little importance or value

Assertion

(noun) a confident statement of a fact or belief