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. superuous: more an s wane or s sucen.2. gregarious: seeking and enjoying the company of others.3. erudite: characterized by extensive reading or knowledge.4. insouciant: nonchalant.5. salubrious: healthful; promoting health.6. verbiage: the use of many words without necessity.7. ascribe: to attribute, as to a cause.8. jovial: merry; joyous; jolly.9. adamant: not capable of being swayed.10. desideratum: anything desired.11. ersatz: being a substitute or imitation.12. solace: comfort in grief.13. triskaidekaphobia: fear of the number 13.14. stoic: indifferent to pleasure or pain.15. encumbrance: a burdensome and troublesome load.16. puerile: displaying a lack of maturity.17. innocuous: harmless.18. colloquial: characteristic of informal spoken language.19. eleemosynary: relating to charity.20. dour: stubbornly unyielding;
, harshly uninviting;
, showing a brooding ill humor.21. incongruous: lacking in harmony.22. winsome: light-hearted.23. apposite: being of striking appropriateness.24. tumult: the commotion or agitation of a crowd.25. parvenu: a person who has suddenly risen to a higher economic status.26. riparian: of or pertaining to the bank of a river.27. dilatory: inclined to put off what ought to be done at once.28. edify: to instruct and improve.29. impecunious: not having money.30. polyglot: speaking many languages.31. sedulous: marked by care and persistent effort.32. jocund: pleasant, cheering, delightful.33. panoply: a splendid or impressive array.34. miscreant: a villain, rascal.35. fugacious: lasting but a short time.36. respite: an interval of rest or relief.37. somnolent: inclined to sleep.38. cavil: a frivolous objection.39. daedal: skillful; artistic; ingenious.40. sang-froid: coolness in trying circumstances.41. clinquant: tinsel.42. assiduous: constant in application or attention.43. intractable: not easily governed, managed, or directed.44. detritus: debris.45. eschew: to avoid.46. apogee: the highest point.47. cant: empty, solemn speech.48. imbroglio: a complicated and embarrassing state of things.49. levity: an inappropriate lack of seriousness.50. choler: anger.51. inure: to use till use gives little or no pain or inconvenience.52. bonhomie: pleasant and easy manner; geniality.53. land of Nod: sleep.
. neae: ncapae o eng expresses n wors.55. vociferous: making a loud outcry.56. beneficence: the practice of doing good.57. plenary: full; entire; complete.58. lassitude: lack of vitality or energy.59. chary: careful; wary; cautious.60. descry: to catch sight of something distant or obscure.61. cynosure: a center of attention.62. fin de siecle: characteristic of the close of the century; sophisticated; world-weary.63. Brobdingnagian: of extraordinary height; gigantic.64. extant: still in existence.65. verdant: covered with growing plants or grass; green.66. Whig: a friend and supporter of the American Revolution.67. trepidation: quaking; quivering.68. torrid: drying or scorching with heat; burning; parching.69. gnomic: uttering or containing maxims.70. comity: a state of mutual civility and respect.71. tyro: a novice.72. avarice: an excessive desire of gain; greediness.73. eke: to increase; to add to.74. tittle-tattle: idle, trifling talk.75. bellwether: a leader of a movement or activity.76. torpid: dull; sluggish; inactive.77. grok: to understand.78. ameliorate: to make better.79. bestow: to give or confer.80. comestible: suitable to be eaten.81. requisite: necessary, indispensable.82. prolix: unnecessarily long.83. sobriquet: a nickname.84. Zeitgeist: the spirit of the time.85. numismatics: the collection and study of coins.86. palpable: plain; distinct; obvious.87. listless: having no desire or inclination.88. antediluvian: extremely old.89. melee: a hand to hand conflict.90. genial: sympathetically cheerful and cheering; kindly.91. raucous: unpleasantly loud and harsh.92. aberrant: markedly different from an accepted norm.93. diffident: showing modest reserve.94. propitious: presenting favorable circumstances.95. inclement: physically severe or harsh (esp. said of the weather).96. kobold: a kind of domestic spirit in German mythology.97. knell: the stoke of a bell tolled at a funeral.98. cogent: having the power to compel conviction.99. regale: to entertain with something that delights.100. mordant: biting; caustic; sarcastic.101. agog: in eager desire.102. captious: disposed to find fault; eager to object.103. arbitrage: The simultaneous purchase and sale of a good or asset.104. redoubt: a stronghold.105. chichi: affectedly trendy.106. taw: a large marble.
. vexoogy: e suy o ags.108. quorum: a gathering of members of an organization large enough to transactbusiness.109. abscond: to depart in secret.110. virtu: productions of art (especially fine antiques).111. junta: a clique that seeks or obtains power usually through intrigue or revolution.112. gamut: a complete extent or range.113. lexicon: a dictionary.114. aestival: of or belonging to the summer.115. slugabed: a person who stays in bed until a relatively late hour.116. desultory: without logical sequence; disconnected; aimless.117. irascible: quickly aroused to anger.118. acumen: quickness of perception or discernment.119. scion: a descendant; an heir.120. bandog: a large and fierce dog.121. multifarious: having great diversity or variety.122. sublunary: situated beneath the moon.123. ebullient: joyously unrestrained.124. emolument: profit, gain.125. palindrome: a word or phrase that reads the same backward as forward.126. deprecate: to disapprove of strongly.127. bivouac: an encampment for the night.128. umbrage: suspicion of injury or wrong; offense.129. incipient: beginning to be; commencing; initial.130. dapple: a small spot or blotch.131. pugnacious: inclined to fighting.132. capitulate: to surrender under agreed conditions.133. susurrus: a whisper; a murmur; a rustling.134. thaumaturgy: magic.135. capacious: able to contain much; large; roomy.136. glower: to stare angrily or with a scowl.137. canorous: melodious; musical.138. effulgence: a flood of light; great luster or brightness; splendor.139. assuage: to soften; to ease, or lessen.140. repast: a meal; figuratively, any refreshment.141. spoonerism: the transposition of usually initial sounds in a pair of words.142. tenebrous: dark; gloomy.143. nescience: lack of knowledge.144. gewgaw: a showy trifle; a pretty but worthless bauble.145. exiguity: smallness; thinness; the quality of being meager.146. seriatim: in a series; one after another.147. tmesis: in grammar and rhetoric, the separation of the parts of a compound word.148. chthonic: dwelling in or under the earth; also, pertaining to the underworld.149. objurgate: express strong disapproval of.150. plethora: excess; superabundance.151. lissom: limber; supple; flexible; lithe.152. badinage: playful raillery; banter.153. chimerical: merely imaginary; fanciful.154. sybarite: a person devoted to luxury and pleasure.155. gourmand: one who enjoys good food in great quantities.156. animadversion: harsh criticism or disapproval.157. desuetude: disuse.158. pusillanimous: lacking in courage and resolution.

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