15 Words The Great Gatsby (set four), Mrs. Chester

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15 Words The Great Gatsby, Mrs. Chester

irreverent

adjective: showing a lack of respect; critical of what is generally accepted or respected

formidable

adjective: extremely impressive in strength or excellence

superfluous

adjective: more than is needed, desired, or required; serving no useful purpose

elocution

noun: an expert manner of speaking involving control of voice and gesture

veranda

noun: a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enclosed)

surmise

noun: a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence. OR verb: to guess

forlorn

adjective: totally abandoned and helpless; sad and lonely; wretched or pitiful; almost hopeless

fortuitous

adjective: occurring by happy chance; lucky

redolent

adjective: having a strong, distinctive fragrance

holocaust

noun: a large-scale destruction, especially by fire; a vast slaughter; a burnt offering

abyss

noun: a bottomless gulf, cavity, or pit

inviolate

adjective: pure; untouched

prig

noun: a person regarded as arrogant and annoying

harrowing

adjective: extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous.

rancor

noun: a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will

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