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Vocabulary 2nd Semenester

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redolent
having a strong distinctive fragrance
banter
good-natured and witty joking
turgid
swollen
innuendo
a statement which inderectly suggests that someone has done something wrong
fortnight
2 weeks
harlequin
diamond shaped/colorful pattern
wan
looking sick, pale, or unhealthy
devoid
not having something
infinitesimal
extreamly small
elated
very happy and excited
languid(ly)
weak; slow; sluggish
complacent
satisfied with how thigns are
turbulence
a state of violent disturbance and disorder
supercilious
an attitude in which you think you're better than everyone else
deft
skillful and clever
unobtrusive
not readily noticeable; inconspicuous
intimation
a suggestion of soemthing in an inderect way
vitality
an energetic style
apathetic
not having or not showing much emotion or interest
gaudy
tastelessly showy
condescending
treating people as weak or inferior
malevolence
having or showing a desire to casue harm to another person
tumultuous
a state of noisy confusion or disorder
haughty
havign or showing arrogant superiority
sinister
havign an evil appearence
amorphous
having no definite or clear shape
combustion
the act or burning
corpulent
haveing a large bulky body
defunct
no longer existing or beign used
disconcerting
causing an emotional disturbance
euphemism
a nicer way or saying something
exalted
highly praised; raised to a higher level
garrulous
very talkative
incessant
continuing without stopping
lethargic
lazy
obstinate
stubborn
prodigal
carelessly and foolishly spending money
rancour
bitter hatred
somnambulist
sleepwalker
strident
harsh yelling
vacuous
empty
vicarious
experienced at secondhand (hearing or watching it)
nebulous
not clear; difficult to see or understand
shiftless
not ambitious; lazy
exhilaration
a feelign of great happiness or excitement
distraught
very upset
colossal
very large
gibberish
meaningless word
slander
saying something false about someone else
incoherent
not easily heard or understood
rigid
won't bend; won't change mind
indiscernible
hard to see; unclear