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Glossary of Vocabulary Page 101-112

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in or to a foreign land or lands
abroad
travel back and forth daily, as from a home in the suburbs to a job in the city

person who commutes
commute

commuter
inhabitant; dweller; resident; occupant
denizen
house;home; dwelling; residence; abode
domicile
temporary stay
soujourn
refusal to obey authority; disposition to resist; state of opposition
defiance
not submitting to authority; disobedient; mutinous; rebellious
insubordinate
person who rises in a revolt

uprising against established authority; rebellion; revolt
insurgent

insurrection
obstinate; willful; wayward; in opposing to what is right or resonable
perverse
speech, writing, or action seeking to overthrow the government; treason
sedition
go beyond the set liits of; violate; break, or overstep a command or law
transgress
encroach on author's rights, priveleges, property, etc.
trespass
accept by keeping silent; submit quietly
acquiesce
to yield to another out of respect, authority, or courtesy; submit politely
defer
easily taught
docile
easily controlled, led, or taught; docile
tractable
marked by a long duration or frequent recurrence

or

having a characteristic, habit, disease, etc., for a long time; confirmation; habitual
chronic
occurring at the same time; simultaneous; contemporary
concurrent
waste time; loiter; idle
dawdle
about to happen; threatening to occur soon; near at hand
imminent
beginning to show itself; commencing; in an early stage; initial
incipient
coming and going in intervals; stopping and going again
intermittent
continuing to live from year to year.

everlasting
perennial
occuring occasionally or in scattered instances; isolated; infrequent
sporadic
required by authority; obligatory
compulsory
involve as a necessary consequence; impose; require
entail
most necessary or significant part, aspect, or feature; fundamental nature; core
essence
uncalled for; unwarranted
gratuitous
not to be avoided; urgent; necessary; obligatory; compulsory
imperative
imposed as a duty
incumbent
make necessary; require; demand
necessitate
compel; force; put under a duty or obligation
oblige
make unnecessary; preclude
obviate
something required beforehand
prerequisite
requiring immediate attention; urgent
pressing
more than what is enough or necessary; surplus; excessive; unnecessary
superfluous

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