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27 terms

unit 5- case

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fickle
(adj)- unpredictably changeable
mendaciously
(adv)- in a lying or deceitful manner; in an untruthful manner
inebriated
(adj)- drunken
interloper
(n)- a person who is involved with a place or situation where they aren't wanted
elegiac
(adj)- expressing sorrow
ostentatious
(adj) intended to attract notice and impress others
avarice
(n)- extreme greed for wealth or material gain
succor
(n)- assistance in time of difficulty
insipid
(adj)- without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating qualities
hyperbolical
(adj)- exaggerated
execrable
(adj)- very bad; detestable
supercilious
(adj)-behaving/looking as or though one thinks they're better than others
fractious
(adj)- easily irritated; bad tempered
abortive
(adj)-failing to produce an intended result
levity
(n)- a state of being light; laughter; lightness
proprietary
(adj)- pertaining to property or ownership
sumptuous
(adj)- splendid and expensive looking
veracity
(n)- truthfulness
antipathy
(n)- a deep seated feeling of dislike
fop
(n)- a man who is excessively vain and concerned about appearance
edify
(v)- to instruct
Affinity
(n)- a natural likeing for a person thing idea etc
sorid
(adj)- involving ignoble actions and motives
overt
(adj)- open to view/knowlege not concealed or secret
rail
(v) to protest
hedonism
(n ) persuit of pleasure
epicurean
(n ) a person who is devoted to sensual enjoyment