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19 terms

English Odyssey

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Hallowed
p. 77 (adj.) Sacred or holy
Recklessness
p. 77 (noun) with out thought of actions
Lustrous
p. 78 (adj.) reflecting light-a soft glow
Harangued
p. 78 (verb) a scolding or a long intense verbal attack
Unappeased
p. 79 (adj.) not able to be satisfied
Exulted
p. 80 (adj.) to be joyful, mainly from triumph or success
Rapt
(adj.) completely focused by what one is seeing or hearing p. 173
Beguiled
(adj.) entranced or charmed p. 170
Suave
(adj.) charming confident and elegant
Wary
(adj.) on guard; watchful
Lithe
(adj.) thin supple and graceful
Reproach
(noun) disapproval or criticism
Mortified
(adj.) to be shamed; humiliated
Overweening
(adj.) showing excessive confidence or pride
Shrewd
(adj.) having or showing sharp powers of judgment; a stute
Suppliant
(noun) a person making a humble plea to someone in power or authority p. 185
Heedful
(adj.) Paying close attention, mindful. Careful
Insolent
(adj.) offensive, impudent or disrespectful
Misgiving
(noun) A feeling of distrust, apprehension or doubt