WW Lesson 4
|Adage||n. An old saying that has come to be accepted as true; a proverb.|
|Camaraderie||n. Good will and warm feelings among friends.|
|Contend|| v.1. To struggle with.|
2. To maintain or assert.
|Contention|| n.1. A conflict or struggle.|
2. A point made in an argument.
|Extraneous||adj. Not necessary; irrelevant|
|Hubbub||n. Noisy confusion; uproar.|
|Meander||v. 1. To follow a winding course.|
|Odoriferous||adj. Having or giving off a smell.|
|Paraphernalia|| n. 1. Personal belongings.|
2. Equipment associated with a particular activity.
|Punctilious||adj. Careful of and attentive to details, especially ones relating to good manners and behavior.|
|Recuperate||v. To regain health or strength.|
|Regale||v. To entertain or delight.|
|Sedentary||adj. Doing or requiring a lot of sitting.|
|Spartan||adj. Marked by simplicity and lack of luxury.|
|Temporal||adj. Relating to the everyday world as opposed to that which is spiritual or eternal.|
|Wry|| adj. 1. Turned or bent to one side in distaste or humor.|
2. Amusing in a quiet but sharp way.