Brit Lit Vocab Final

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Brit Lit Vocab Final
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  1. Syndic
     
    Agent
  2. Fillal
    Having to do with brother or sister
  3. Umbrage
    Insult
  4. Tyros
    Beginer
  5. Repugnance
    Dislke
  6. Pedantry
    Inappropiate display of learning
  7. Lassitude
    Weary
  8. Salubrious
    Healthy
  9. Infamy
    Evil
  10. Chimerical
    Improbable
  11. Dogmatism
    Arrogant
  12. Incipient
    Begining to come
  13. Encomiums
    Warmly
  14. Vivacity
    Lively 
  15. Prognaticate
    Foretell
  16. Efface
    Foretell
  17. Assuage
    Less Intense
  18. Depreaciate
    Disaprroval
  19. Inexorable
    Not stopable
  20. Diantiny
    Intended to Delay
  21. platitude
    a trite remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant
  22. sooth
    truth
  23. roused
    to arouse from slumber, apathy, or depression
  24. sojourn
    reside temporarily as in a rest from a journey
  25. averred
    to affirm positively; declare
  26. expiate
    make amends or reparation for; atone
  27. rood
    crucifix symbolizing cross on which Jesus was crucified
  28. torrid
    intensely hot; passionate; ardent
  29. credulous
    believe too readily; gullible
  30. copious 
    large in quantity; abundant
  31. obdurate
    hardened in wrongdoing or wickedness; stubbornly impenitent
  32. malignity
    intense ill will or hatred
  33. expostulate
     to reason earnestly with someone in an effort to dissuade or correct 
  34. sagacity
    discerning, sound in judgment; wisdom
  35. suppliant
    asking humbly, earnestly; beseeching
  36. paroxysm
    sudden outburst of emotion or action
  37. caprice
    impulsive change of mind
  38. predilection
    a partiality or disposition in favor of something; a preference
  39. avidity
    ardent desire or craving; eagerness
  40. approbation
    warm approval; praise
  41. odious
    hated, disgusting
  42. pensive
    in dreamy thought; deep in thought
  43. loquacious
    excessive talking
  44. taciturn
    reluctant to talk; reserved in speech
  45. vacuous
     lacking ideas or intelligence; empty
  46. exigent
    urgent; needing immediate action
  47. cognate
    related to something; similar
  48. sedition
    action promotion rebellion
  49. pernicious
    causing harm; deadly
  50. plenary
    fully attended (as in a meeting)

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