Spelling Words for 12th Grade (List 7)

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providence
n. act of providing or preparing for future use or application; making ready; preparation; foresight
prudent
a. cautious; careful in regard to one's own interests
pulverize
v. pound, crush, or grind to powder or dust
putrid
a. decomposed and foul-smelling; rotten; decayed
qualm
n. sudden feeling of sickness or faintness; sudden attack of illness
quandary
n. dilemma; state of uncertainty or perplexity
quell
v. extinguish; put down forcibly; suppress; pacify or quiet
querulous
a. habitually complaining; expressing complaint or grievance
radiate
v. spread out; effuse; issue or emerge in rays or waves
radical
a. drastic; extreme; arising from or going to a root or source; basic
ratify
v. approve formally; confirm; verify
rational
a. consistent with; based on; using reason
ravenous
a. extremely hungry; voracious; eager for prey
ravish
v. force someone to have sex against their will; hold spellbound
readjust
v. adjust again after an initial failure
rebuff
v. offer sudden or harsh resistance; turn down or shut out; repel or drive back
rebuke
v. scold harshly; criticize severely
recondite
a. difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge
recuperate
v. recover; return to health or strength; recover from financial loss
reformatory
a. serving or designed to reform
reimburse
v. pay back for some expense incurred
reinstate
v. place again in possession, or in a former state; restore to a state from which one had been removed
remittance
n. transmitting money, bills, especially to a distant place, as in satisfaction of a demand, or in discharge of an obligation
renounce
v. abandon; disown; turn away from; give up
renovate
v. restore to good condition; renew
reorganize
v. organize anew, as after a setback
repercussion
n. often indirect effect or result that is produced by an event or action; reflection, especially of sound
reprove
v. voice or convey disapproval of; rebuke; find fault with
repudiate
v. disown; refuse to acknowledge; reject validity or authority of
reputable
a. having a good reputation; honorable
residue
n. remainder of something after removal of parts or a part; balance
resolute
a. firm, unyielding, or determined; having decided purpose
respite
n. usually short interval of rest or relief; delay in punishment
revere
v. worship; regard with feelings of respect or honor
reverie
n. daydream; state of abstracted musing; absent-minded dreaming while awake
revert
v. return to a former condition, practice, subject, or belief; backslide; turn back to
revoke
v. void or annul by recalling, withdrawing, or reversing; cancel; retract
rhapsody
n. an epic poem adapted for recitation
rift
n. shallow area in a waterway; break in friendly relations; narrow fissure in rock
ritual
n. procedure for religious ceremonies; any customary practice
rogue
n. a deceitful and unreliable person; a dishonest or worthless person
roster
n. list, especially of names
rostrum
n. elevated platform for public speaking; pulpit
rue
v. feel regret, remorse, or sorrow for; mourn
sally
n. a sudden rushing forth or activity; an excursion or trip, usually off the main course; witty remark
satire
n. form of literature in which irony and ridicule are used to attack human vice and folly
saturate
v. soak, fill, or load to capacity; cause to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance
scope
n. range of one's perceptions, thoughts, or actions; extent; bound
scrimmage
n. a noisy riotous fight; a confused struggle
scrutinize
v. examine closely and critically
sear
v. make very hot and dry; become superficially burned
secluded
a. removed or remote from others; solitary; hidden or isolated
sector
n. particular aspect of life or activity; body of people who form part of society or economy
sediment
n. deposit; matter deposited by some natural process
segment
n. sector; portion; any of the parts into which something can be divided
segregate
v. isolate; separate; divide from the main body
silhouette
n. a drawing of the outline of an object; filled in with some uniform color; an outline of a solid object, as cast by its shadow
simultaneous
a. existing, happening, or done at the same time
skeptical
a. marked by or given to doubt; questioning
skirmish
n. minor battle in war; minor or preliminary conflict or dispute
slothful
a. lazy; disinclined to work or exertion; inactive; sluggish
smelt
v. melt or blend ores, changing their chemical composition