| Sentence using one example word
The Crucible: Intro + Act I Vocabulary
| The food critics keeps the food in their mouth for a period amount of time to savor all the flavor from it.
| Strongly opinionated in an unwarranted manner
| He dogmatically responded to his classmate, which caused him to be sent to the principal’s office.
| Native to a certain area
| Lewis and Clark needed Sacagawea’s help because she was indigenous to the land west of America.
| Conforming to established standards, conventional
| Religions are built because of the orthodox views of many people.
| Contrary to church doctrine or accepted beliefs or standards
| The heretics were persecuted because the town didn’t want people with religious beliefs.
| Unable to move or to act, sluggish
| His inert attitude is the reason why his roommates do not get along with him.
| group that has separated from an established church
| The sect moved to a new colony because of religious persecution.
| Existing from birth, inborn
| His innate artistic talents allowed him to gain a scholarship.
| Limited in range or scope, narrow, provincial
| There was traffic because of the parochial roads.
| Hannah has never has a boyfriend because of her predilection of men.
| To make an effort to gain good favor with someone
| After an argument, I tried ingratiating with Bryan so we can be in good terms.
| A group of people who join in running a gov’t
| The junta tried to set up a new government in a country that was once an aristocratic country.
| A person with unlimited influence and authority
| Many countries in Europe are autocratic.
| Something that appears false or contradictory but it is actually correct
| His statement about the sun and the moon is a paradox.
| To disguise or to pretend...
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