Vocabulary in Context

infer

To deduce or conclude from evidence instead of direct statements

equitable

Fair and impartial, unbiased

societal

Having to do with society

salutation

A greeting

sophomore

Second year of high school (wise fool)

annotate

To add notes to a text, interacting with it

synthesize

To combine different things into a coherent whole

acquitted

To be found not guilty, innocent, to be set free

obstetric

Having to do with medical needs of a women giving birth

reciprocity

Exchanging with each other for mutual benefit

source

to find a source and determine whether it is reliable or not

contextualize

to consider something in its original context, or situation

corroborate

to confirm or give support for a story, statement, theory, etc

plausible

seeming reasonable or probable

abolitionist

a person working for the outlawing of slavery

orator

a skilled and eloquent public speaker

ellipsis

punctuation indicating text that is omitted or missing (...)

omit

to leave out or exclude, on purpose or accidentally

eloquent

persuasive and expressive in speech or writing

syntax

the arrangement of words and phrases for well - formed language