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The Great Gatsby #12

passage 12
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interference
(noun) the act of hindering or obstructing or impeding
defiantly
(adverb) in a rebellious manner
unutterable
(adjective) unspeakable; beyond expression
provincial
(noun) a country person; lacking sophistication, narrow-minded
squeamishness
(noun) a mild state of nausea
incoherent
(adjective) unable to think or express your thoughts in a clear or orderly manner
scrawled
(adjective) written hastily or carelessly
raspingly
(adverb) in a harsh and grating manner
pandered
(verb) to take advantage of another person's weaknesses
transitory
(adjective) enduring a very short time
compelled
(verb) to exert a strong, irresistible force on; sway
aesthetic
(adjective) concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
commensurate
(adjective) an equal measure; corresponding in size and measurement
brooding
(noun) persistent morbid meditation on a problem
expansive
(adjective) friendly and open and willing to talk
accountability
(noun) a willingness to answer for your actions and decisions