Vocabulary for College B Chapter 3

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humdrum

Dull, monotonous, or commonplace.

apathy

Indifference, or lack of interest or emotion.

ennui

A feeling of weariness, dissatisfaction, or boredom.

disconsolate

Completely unhappy or sorrowful.

dolor

Mental suffering, grief, sorrow, or distress.

somber

Dark, gloomy, melancholy, grave, or depressing.

qualm

A sudden feeling of uneasiness, misgiving, or doubt.

pother

Bustle, fuss, or excitement mixed with confusion.

discompose

To agitate or disturb the order of.

appall

To horrify, shock, or dismay.

consternation

Dismay, terror, or fearful amazement.

tremulous

Trembling, quivering, or timid.

ado

Trouble or fuss.

aloof

Remote in manner.

compunction

A feeling of deep regret.

dejected

Affected or marked by low spirits.

despondent

Almost without hope.

disquiet

Uneasy, impatient, or restless.

dour

Showing a brooding ill humor.

funereal

Sad and solemn.

irksome

Repetitive, annoying, and tedious.

lassitude

A feeling of lack of interest or energy.

lugubrious

Excessively mournful.

nonplus

A state of bewilderment.

quavering

Having a trembling voice.

saturnine

Bitter or scornful.

soporific

Inducing sleep.

torpor

A state of inactivity.

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