to take up and support as a cause; adopt or embrace
full or loud in sound
changeable; volatile; fickle; flighty; erratic
5 True/False Questions
1. He said he was an aesthete due to his appreciation of literature.
2. Many of the transcendentalism period were aesthetes. → a person who professes to have refined sensitivity toward the beauties of art or nature
1. Sarah Osborn was a derelict.
2. My sister can be a bit of a derelict at times when she refuses to get off the couch. → an overabundant supply; excess
1. Her views were just anomalies, something she had realized long ago.
2. She herself was an anomaly with her bright pink hair. → a person who professes to have refined sensitivity toward the beauties of art or nature
1. He became taciturn whenever he was upset.
2. She was taciturn to the strangers around her. → inclined to silence; reserved in speech or expression.
1. Money is never surfeit.
2. The lies were surfeit enough that even the liar got tangled. → a destitute homeless social misfit; vagrant; bum