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30 terms

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Flippancy
treating a serious situation with arrogant humor or disrespect
Foment
to stir into action; rouse; incite
Foresight
the ability to see ahead, anticipate, or predict
Frugal
careful with money; thrifty
Fulminate
to explode, either with sound or anger
Furtive
sneaky; secretive
Futile
hopelessly ineffective; useless; in vain
Garbled
changed so much that the original meaning has been distorted; scrambled
Garish
flashy; gaudy
Garner
collect; gather; accumulate; earn
Garrulous
very talkative; loquacious
Genial
friendly; gracious; kind
Germane
relevant; fitting
Girth
distance around something; circumference
Glutton
a person who consumes huge quantities of food or drink; someone with great endurance
Gravity
seriousness
Gregarious
sociable; easily making friends
gullible
easily deceived
hackneyed
unoriginal, trite
hamper
interfere with; hinder; impede
haphazard
without plan or direction
harangue
a long strongly expressed speech or lecture
harbor
to give shelter or refuge
hardy
bold; brave; capable of withstanding harsh conditions
hedge
to avoid giving a clear answer, thereby escaping responsibility or blame
heed
notice; pay attention to
heinous
shockingly evil
heresy
an opinion expressed in defiance of generally accepted ideas
hiatus
a gap or interruption in continuity; a break or pause
hierarchy
a group or system in which positions of power are ranked, usually from lowest to highest