Vocab Q3 W2

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Animated
Full of life or action; spirited, perky, lively
Ingenuous
free from reserve, sincere, innocent, straightforward in a child-like manner
Clamor
Loud and continued noise as if from a crowd; rowdiness, boisterousness
Excess
a surplus, too much of something
Puerile
childish, immature, silly, babyish, infantile, juvenile
Tardiness
Late; not on time
Garbed
Clothed, dressed
Awry
Wrong, amiss, not as expected or planned
Putrid
Decaying, rotting smell, repulsive in look or smell
Lame
(Slang) out of touch with common trends; not cool
Waggish
rougish, mischievous, showing merriment and good humor, fun-loving
Vapid
Boring, dull, tedious, lacking excitement or flavor, bland
Erudite
Educated, wise, knowledgeable, scholarly
Regaled
To entertain lavishly with food, drink, tales; delightful entertainment
Sagacious
wise, sage, clever, learned, perceptive, erudite, astute
Otiose
lazy, idle, indolent, without a focused purpose
Aspiration
A goal, ambition, an aim to a desired objective
Eloquent
Fluent, forceful, appropriate speech; expressive
Fey
like a wizard or enchanted one, magical
Articulate
Uttered clearly in distinct syllables; express clearly