36 terms

great expectations 1-40

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Connubial (7)
married
Trenchant (8)
sharp, severe, and biting
Augment (11)
increase, expand, and enlarge
Rimy (14)
frosty [rime=frost]
Prodigious (19)
sizable, marvelous, and impressive
Precocious
exceptionally early development or maturity
Appropriate (v) (21)
seize, take, assume
Contumacious (24)
resistant to authority, rebellious
Expectorate (25)
spit
Exonerate (37)
forgive, pardon
Erudition (41)
extensive knowledge
Sagacious (43)
wise, intelligent
Farinaceous (49)
containing starch
Affinity
connection, feeling of identification
Mortify (50)
humiliate, embarrass
Gormandize
gorge, eat a ton of food
Appendage (57)
addition, attachment
Coercion
forcing of somebody to do something against their will
Ignominious (60)
shameful, dishonorable
Adamantine
unyielding, hard
Paroxysm (67)
sudden outburst of emotion
Refractory
stubborn, headstrong, and obstinate
Toady (74)
flatter people to gain a better position
Humbug
nonsense, fraud
Penitential (92)
regretful, expressing sorrow
Ostentatious
flashy, flamboyant, and showy
Inscrutable (98)
mysterious, impenetrable
Languor (164)
laziness, lethargy
Mortification (169)
extreme shame, humiliation, embarrassment
Interpose (171)
interrupt by saying something; intervene
Reproach
criticize somebody for doing something wrong
Incubated (172)
kept warm
Incipient
beginning to develop or appear
Abject
hopeless, poverty
Prepossession
prejudice or bias ahead of time
Unaffected (175)
natural, sincere, genuine, unchanged; unaltered