World Lit Unit 11

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  1. affable
    (adj.) friendly; agreeable; easy to talk to
  2. (adj.) friendly; agreeable; easy to talk to
    affable
  3. agrarian
    (adj.) concerning farms, farmers, or the use of land
  4. (adj.) concerning farms, farmers, or the use of land
    agrarian
  5. arduous
    (adj.) difficult; requiring much effort
  6. (adj.) difficult; requiring much effort
    arduous
  7. avid
    (adj.) enthusiastic; extremely interested
  8. (adj.) enthusiastic; extremely interested
    avid
  9. dolorous
    (adj.) exhibiting sorrow or pain
  10. (adj.) exhibiting sorrow or pain
    dolorous
  11. epistle
    (n.) a letter or literary composition in letter form
  12. (n.) a letter or literary composition in letter form
    epistle
  13. explicit
    (adj.) clearly and openly stated; leaving nothing to the imagination
  14. (adj.) clearly and openly stated; leaving nothing to the imagination
    explicit
  15. formidable
    (adj.) arousing fear or awe
  16. (adj.) arousing fear or awe
    formidable
  17. gadfly
    (n.) an irritating and persistent person
  18. (n.) an irritating and persistent person
    gadfly
  19. gargantuan
    (adj.) of huge or extraordinary size and power
  20. (adj.) of huge or extraordinary size and power
    gargantuan
  21. grandiloquent
    (adj.) pompous or high-flown in speech
  22. (adj.) pompous or high-flown in speech
    grandiloquent
  23. grimace
    (n.) a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
  24. (n.) a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
    grimace
  25. harangue
    (n.) a long, strongly expressed speech or lecture
  26. (n.) a long, strongly expressed speech or lecture
    harangue
  27. humility
    (n.) absence of vanity; humbleness
  28. (n.) absence of vanity; humbleness
    humility
  29. sycophant
    (n.) a flatterer; one who fawns on others in order to gain favor
  30. (n.) a flatterer; one who fawns on others in order to gain favor
    sycophant

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