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The Great Gatsby #1

Passage 1
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acute
(adjective) extremely sharp or intense
savours
(noun) perfumes; scents
reproach
(noun) a mild rebuke or criticism
wistfully
(adverb) longingly; sadly remembering something nice
turbulence
(noun) wild or disturbing activity
irrecoverable
(adjective) incapable of being recovered or regained
scarcely
(adverb) by a small margin
momentum
(noun) the force or speed with which something moves
supercilious
(adjective) arrogant
effeminate
(adjective) having unsuitable feminine qualities
leverage
(noun) strategic advantage
gruff
(adjective) rough-mannered
fractiousness
(noun) inclined to make trouble; unruly; prone to disobedience and lack of discipline
vista
(noun) a distant view seen through an opening
pungent
(adjective) sharp biting or acrid especially in taste or smell
ballooned
(verb) to swell or puff out like a balloon
reiterate
(verb) to say again, repeat
refute
(verb) prove to be false or incorrect
censure
(noun) harsh criticism or disapproval
scorn
(noun) lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
contempt
(noun) lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
awe
(noun) an overwhelming feeling of wonder or admiration