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rococo=>
noun fanciful but graceful asymmetric ornamentation in art and architecture that
originated in France in the 18th century
adjective having excessive asymmetrical ornamentation
consmopolitan=> wordly, urbane
familiar with and at ease in many different countries and cultures.
(of a plant or animal) found all over the world.
__________: very well health => after colon describe blank
wily:- skilled at gaining an advantage, especially deceitfully.
crafty:- clever at achieving one's aims by indirect or deceitful methods
forseeable -> capable of being predicted
furrow -> groove in ground or a depression on face
blanch -> blanch is to turn pale, usually as the result of a physical or psychol
ogical shock
spotty -> having spots or patchy, not consistent
innumerable -> too numerous to be counted
vanguard |-> the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading pos
ition in any movement or field
|-> noun the leading units moving at the head of an army
incendiary |-> capable of catching fire spontaneously or causing fires or burnin
g readily,
|-> arousing to action or rebellion
An incendiary device is a bomb. An incendiary statement is, "You'r
e ugly and stupid." Both are likely to produce an explosion of
one kind or another.
subvert -> destroy completely, corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
coterminous -> being of equal extent or scope or duration
lampoon -> erb ridicule with satire, a composition that imitates or misrepresent
s somebody's style, usually in a humorous way
addendum -> an item of additional material added at the end of a book or other p
ublication, appendix, postscript
deem or deemed -> keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view
albeit -> though
apolitical -> not interested or involved in politics, politically neutral
primacy -> the state of being first in importance
fraught -> filled with generally something bad/distressful
inducement -> a positive motivational influence, act of bringing about a desired
result
confound -> perplex, confuse, defeat, go against,To make (something bad) worse
erstwhile -> Former, previous.
corral -> enclose in a corral, a pen for cattle, collect or gather, arrange wago
ns so that they form a corral
rally -> last push to finish a difficult something.
persnickety -> characterized by excessive precision and attention to trivial det
ails, overly conceited or arrogant, fastidious
covet -> wish, long, or crave for (something, especially the property of another
person)
saturnine -> bitter or scornful, showing a brooding ill humor
grumbling -> a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone, a loud low dull c
ontinuous noise
grumble -> complain about something clearly but quietly, in a low mutter
anoint -> choose by divine intervention, apply oil or ointment
bloviate -> talk on and on and on and on, usually in a pompous way
unassuming -> not arrogant or preassuming

ramshackle - in deplorable condition


sequester -> kept away from others
cloistered -> providing privacy or seclusion, of communal life sequestered from
the world under religious vows
mawkish -> effusively or insincerely sentimental
perquisite-> benefits or "perks" that come along with a job, an incidental benef
it for certain types of employments
perfunctory -> done as part of a routine or duty, as a formality only
behoove, behove -> be appropriate or necessary
coddle -> cook in nearly boiling water, treat with excessive indulgence
undergrid -> make secure underneath, lend moral support to
hauteur -> haughty, overbearing pride evidenced by a superior manner toward infe
riors
finagle -> achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods
avail -> use or take advantage of (an opportunity or available resource), use or
help or benefit
arch -> characteristic of those who treat others with condescension, a curved sy
mmetrical structure
pukish, impish, arch -> mischievous, naughtily or annoyingly playful
subvert |-> go against, undermine
|-> cause the downfall of; of rulers
|-> destroy property or hinder normal operations
|-> corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
|-> destroy completely
pellucid -> clear and easy to understand
scrutable -> Capable of being understood through study and observation; compreh
ensible
vs
scrutiny -> examination for looking for mistake
inscrutable -> difficult to understand, arcane, mysterious , incomprehensible
guffaw -> laugh boisterously, a burst of deep loud hearty laughter
bridle -> horse equipment, anger or taking offense
bristle -> stiff hair, rise up as in fear (dog's hair bristled), react in a angr
y way, be in a state of movement or action
nary -> not
wanton -> deliberate and unprovoked, sexually immodest or promiscuous
decadent vs decadence
decadence -> decay
decadent -> marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay, effete
effete -> not able to produce desired result, excessively self-indulgent, affect
ed, or decadent
injunction -> (law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from d
oing or continuing to do a certain activity
->a formal command or admonition
self-efficacing -> The quality of carrying oneself in a humble manner
ambit -> the scope, extent, or bounds of something
inchoate -> only partly in existence; imperfectly formed
loath -> reluctant
loathe -> intense dislike
sanguine -> optimistic, cheerful and confident
aver-> state or assert to be the case.
proscribe, proscribtion -> rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscrib
ing someone
obeisance -> deferential respecct: such as a bow or curtsy
sacerdotal -> associated with the priesthood or priests
provisional -> under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon
abrogate -> revoke formally
dispel -> make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear, disperse, scatter, disse
minate
quirk -> a peculiar aspect of a person's character or behaviour, eccentric, sing

ular, idiosyncracy
idyll -> an extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque period or situation, typic
ally an idealized or unsustainable one,
idyll -> like an idyll; extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque.
dysphoric -> generalized feeling of distress
propitious -> presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show si
gns of success
litany -> a prayer consisting of a series of invocations by the priest with res
ponses from the congregation
-> any long and tedious address or recital
entail -> have as a logical consequence, limit the inheritance of property to a
specific class of heirs
, impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result
agog -> highly excited
precipitous -> done is haste, extremely steep
-----------------manhattan word
Solecism is an ungrammatical combination of words in a sentence, a breach of good
manners; an instance of incorrect behaviour, slip in behaviour
puissant -> having great power of influence
impuissant -> powerless, weak, or feeble
Heterodox means contrary to accepted or approved beliefs
Bathetic means characterized by a sudden, often ludicrous, switch from elevated t
o the everyday or banal
Somniferous means inducing sleep
Hypnagogic means inducing sleep,
wallow -> roll about lazily
Eviscerated, meaning to disembowel or to remove something of central significance
Unseemliness is behavior that is not in good taste. This is a synonym for solecism.
Overt means obvious or in plain view,
Scrimping means sparing
Invigorate means to fill with energy.
Etiolate means to weaken or drain of vigor,
rapturous means -> ecstatic, joyful, joyous, feeling, or expressing great pleasu
re or enthusiasm
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hnceforth
nonetheless
postliminary -> following or happening after
supervening -> ensuing or occuring after
redounding -> making someone look good or giving credit to someone for something
macerating -> to soften something by soaking it
Desegregation -> process of ending the separation of different racial, religious
, or cultural groups
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magoosh
insouciance -> casual lack of concern; indifference
unsolicited -> not asked for; given or done voluntarily., gratuitous
question:what is a multiple
are prime umber negative
is 0 negative or positive

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