AOR English II H #3

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blithe

adj.-joyful, cheerful, or without appropriate thought

enigma

noun-a puzzling or contradictory person or situation

impervious

adj-impossible to penetrate; incapable of being affected

indolent

adj-habitually lazy, idle

judicious

adj-showing good judgment; sensible

mercurial

adj-unpredictable; clever but whimsical or erratic

perfidious

adj-willing to betray one's trust; deliberately deceitful

redress

noun or verb-relief from wrong or injury, compensation; the act of setting right or making amends

stigma

noun-a mark of shame or discredit; a mark or blot, as on one's reputation

venerable

adj-deserving of respect because of age, wisdom, character, or rank

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