AOR English II H #4

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inordinate

adj-not within reasonable limits; excessive

decorum

noun-dignified or proper behavior, speech, dress, etc.; propriety

exculpate

verb-to clear from blame; to prove innocent

impecunious

adj-poor, without money

prevaricate

verb- to lie or deviate from the truth

sycophant

noun- a self-serving flatterer; yes-man

magnanimous

adj-generous in forgiving, kind, not petty or resentful

cohesion

noun-act or state of sticking together; union/unity

luminous

adj-emitting light, shining, brilliant

anachronism

noun-error in chronology or time order; something not in its correct historical time

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