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loquacious – adj. Definition : Talkative; chattering; garrulous Example : The loquacious class typically lost a minute of passing time each day because they wouldn’t be quiet during the lesson. maudlin – adj. Definition : effusively or tearfully sentimental; emotional
Abject ( adj ). Degraded; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; complete and unrelieved Syn : wretched, miserable, ignoble Ant: lofty, noble, exalted ** rejected people in society. Agnostic (n) ( adj ).
Beatific ( adj ). Blissful; rendering or making blessed ***beautiful things/events make one feel bliss. Behemoth (n). A creature of enormous size, power, or appearance ***a behemoth is mammoth. Blandishment (n, often pl).
Negligible (adj). Context Clue: Such a negligible flaw in the diamond would never be noticed except by a professional. Which word does not belong? Tiny Negligible Major Insignificant Write a sentence using the word negligible. Incessant (adj). Context clue:
Appropriate; suitable; apt Syn: relevant, pertinent, material Ant: irrelevant, immaterial, inappropriate **appropriate. Apposite (adj). Augur (n) (v). (n) A prophet or seer; (v) to predict, foreshadow Syn: (n)oracle; (v)bode ***I was in AWE at the ability of the augur to see future.
Idyllic– Adj . Naturally charming and picturesque. i dyllically – adv. j uxtapose - verb. To place side by side juxtapositional – adj. j uxtaposition - noun. incandescent – adj. brilliant; giving off heat or light i ncandescently – adv. e xasperate - verb.
Adroit - adj. Skilled; being good at something. Avid - adj. Eager. Enhance - v. To make better. Furtive - adj. Sneaky behavior. Gesticulate - v. To wave the arms wildly. Hapless - adj. Unfortunate/unlucky. Intrepid ( adj ). Brave. Irate - adj. Angry. “My dog ate my homework!”.
Palpable (adj.). Readily or plainly seen, heard, perceived, etc.; obvious. Tangible (adj.). Capable of being touched; real or actual, rather than imaginary or visionary. Indolently (adv.). In an indolent manner; Indolent means sluggish. Crags (n.).
Explicit ( adj ). Fully, clearly expressed; easy to understand The teacher’s mood was explicit; she yelled and screamed, “I am so upset about your behavior for the substitute!”. Implicit ( adj ).