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Finals Vocabualry

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Disconsolate
Seeming beyond consolation; extremely dejected; cheerless; gloomy. ex. Disconsolate at the loss of a dog. A disconsolate winer landscape.
Interposed
To come between the parties in a dispute; intervene; interupt
Prodigiously
Enourmously, wonderfully, astonishly, impressively
Sagaaciously
In a way that is clever, shrewd, observant, keen of intellect or discernment, cunning or with ability and apitude
Shroud
A cloth to wrap a body for buriel
Reticence
The state or quality of being reluctant; unwillingness; reserve
Indiscriminate
Done at random or without careful judgement
Pervade
To be present throughout; pervade; permeate
Perusal
The act of perusing studying something carefully
Haughty
Snobbish
Homage
Special honar or respect shown publicly
Rudiments
A fundamental element, principle, or skill, as a field of learning
Acquiesced
To consent or comply passively or without protest
Inveigled
To win over by luring, flatterly or artful talk
Edify
To instruct especially so as to encourage intellectual, moral, or spiritual improvement
Reputed
Generally supposed to be such
Spectral
of, or resembling a spector; ghostlyq
Presentiment
A sense that something is about to occur; a premontion
Vacillating
To sway form one side to the other, T swing indessisevely from one course of action or opinion to another
Propensities
An innate inclination, a tendency
Abhor
To regard with horror of loathing; detest
Obviate
To anticipate and dispose of effectively; render unneccessary
Vociferous
Making, given to, or married by noisy and renement outcry
Consecrate
To declare or set apart as sacred
Ingenous
Lacking in cunning, guile, or worldiness; artless
OPening straight forward or frank; candid
Quandary
A state of uncertainty or perplexity
Persimonious
Exessively sparing or frugal
allocate
To set apart for a special purpose, To distribue according to plan
Ardent
Expressing by warmth of feeling; passionate; Burning, fiery, Glowing; Shining
Assiduous
Constant in application or attention; dilligent, uncreasing; persistent
Capricious
Characterized by or subject to whom; impulsive and unpredictable
Copious
Yielding or containing plenty, affording ample supply, large in quanity; abundant
Deviate
To turn aside from a course or way, To depart, as from a norm, purpose, or subject; stray
Exult
To rejoice greatly; be jubilant or triumphant
Gnarled
Rugged and roughend, as from old age or work
Indemnity
Security against damage, loss or injury
Palatable
Acceptable to the taste; sufficiently agreeable in flavor
Poignant
Neat, skillful, and to the point, profoundly moving, touching
Rancor
Bitter, long-lasting resentiment; deep sealed ill will
Sophomoric
Exhibiting great immaturity and lack of judgement