World Lit Unit 10

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World Lit Unit 10
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  1. 1. acrimony
    (n.): ill-natured, bitter hostility
  2. (n.): ill-natured, bitter hostility
    1. acrimony
  3. 2. balk
    (v.): to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to go on
  4. (v.): to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to go on
    2. balk
  5. 3. cajole
    (v.): to persuade with false promises and flattery
  6. (v.): to persuade with false promises and flattery
    3. cajole
  7. 4. dour
    (adj.): stern and ill-humored
  8. (adj.): stern and ill-humored
    4. dour
  9. 5. expound
    (v.): to explain in detail; to clarify
  10. (v.): to explain in detail; to clarify
    5. expound
  11. 6. exult
    (v.): to rejoice; to feel triumphant
  12. (v.): to rejoice; to feel triumphant
    6. exult
  13. 7. feasible
    (adj.): reasonable; capable of being carried out
  14. (adj.): reasonable; capable of being carried out
    7. feasible
  15. 8. fiasco
    (n.): a complete, ridiculous failure
  16. (n.): a complete, ridiculous failure
    8. fiasco
  17. 9. fluctuate
    (v.): to rise and fall; to vary irregularly
  18. (v.): to rise and fall; to vary irregularly
    9. fluctuate
  19. 10. harry
    (v.): to annoy or harass
  20. (v.): to annoy or harass
    10. harry
  21. 11. incognito
    (adj.): disguised; pretending not to be oneself
  22. (adj.): disguised; pretending not to be oneself
    11. incognito
  23. 12. inscrutable
    (adj.): not easily understood; hard to fathom
  24. (adj.): not easily understood; hard to fathom
    12. inscrutable
  25. 13. lethargy
    (n.): lack of energy; sluggishness
  26. (n.): lack of energy; sluggishness
    13. lethargy
  27. 14. métier
    (n.): the work one is especially suited for; one’s specialty; an occupation
  28. (n.): the work one is especially suited for; one’s specialty; an occupation
    14. métier
  29. 15. omniscient
    (adj.): having unlimited knowledge; all-knowing
  30. (adj.): having unlimited knowledge; all-knowing
    15. omniscient

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