33 terms

Comedy

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self-possessed
having or showing control of one's feelings, behavior, etc.; composed; poised.
endeavor
Try hard or to struggle
Duly
Appropriate
Unduly
Inappropriate
Succesion
At a rate of success
Migrate
Move from one place to another
Rural
In relation to a charcter of countryside
Moping
To be dejected and apathetic
Convey
Shows
Rectory
House of church
Distinct
Recognizable
Regret
Feeling sad about your action
Pursue
Follow in order to catch
Treacherous
Terrible
Masculine
Having qualities of males
Habitation
The state of housing
Moor
A tract of uncultivated upland
Engulf
Sweep up or surround
Scarcity
The state of being short of supply
Briskly
Inactive quick and energetic
Fragment
A small part of something
Coincidence
An unlikely occurrence
Delusion
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Infirmities
Physical mental weakness place
Delusion
An idiosyncratic believe of impression is firmly maintain despite being contradicted by what is Julia excepted as reality or rational argument
Sympathetic
Feeling or showing sorrow
Imminent
About to happen
Hoarse
Sounding rough and harsh
Slapstick
A type of comedy involving phisycal violence
Mesios
Stating the abvious
Underlying joke
Small jokes leading up to joke at end
Caricature
Serious character do something out of the obvious
Unexpected
Something unexpected