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15 terms

LIT FINAL VOCAB ONLY 4ME

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Forebode
to predict or foretell

verb
promise

The phsycic forbode the future.
ambiguity
uncertainty of meaning

noun
doubt

The ambiguity in the room was bad.
scrupulous
exact, careful

adjective
critical

The scrupulous person always was the samrtest.
lucrative
productive, well paid

adjective
profitable

The lucrative business man was good at his job.
resilient
bouncy, flexible

adjective
buoyant

The resilient ball went so high.
dissident
disagreeing, differing

adjective
unthorodox

He was a dissident and a terrorist.
consort
spouse, esp. of a ruler

noun
accomplaniment

The consort of the king was loved by the peopl
panoramic
An unobstructed and wide view of an extensive area in all directions.

adjective
broad

The panoramic view of the ocean was amazing.
tepid
moderately warm

adjective
hot

The tepid water was a hot tub.
quirk
a peculiarity of action, behavior, or personality; mannerism

noun
strange

The weirdo was quirky when he talk to people thats why no one likes him.
pompous
characterized by an ostentatious display of dignity or importance.

adjective
boastful

The pompous man was super cocky
derelict
deserted or abandoned as by an owner

adjective
irresponsible

The derelict teenager denied everything.
litigious
inclined to dispute or disagree

adjective
argumentative

The litigious lawyer was tough to beat.
abscond
flee and hide to escape the law

verb
wanted

I absconded the law and changed cloths because I killed a man.
Stymie
a situation or problem presenting such difficulties as to discourage or defeat any attempt to deal with or resolve it.

noun
stump

The problem stymied me so i needed help.