World Lit Unit 14

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  1. amicable
    (adj) friendly; peaceable
  2. (adj) friendly; peaceable
    amicable
  3. bask
    (v) to expose oneself to pleasant warmth
  4. (v) to expose oneself to pleasant warmth
    bask
  5. charlatan
    (n) one who pretends to have knowledge in order to swindle
  6. (n) one who pretends to have knowledge in order to swindle
    charlatan
  7. enraptured
    (adj) delighted beyond measure
  8. (adj) delighted beyond measure
    enraptured
  9. fickle
    (adj) likely to change on a whim or without apparent reason
  10. (adj) likely to change on a whim or without apparent reason
    fickle
  11. genial
    (adj) friendly; amiable
  12. (adj) friendly; amiable
    genial
  13. hoax
    (n) a practical joke; a trick
  14. (n) a practical joke; a trick
    hoax
  15. juggernaut
    (n) a terrible destructive or irresistible force
  16. (n) a terrible destructive or irresistible force
    juggernaut
  17. levity
    (n) lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
  18. (n) lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
    levity
  19. marital
    (adj) having to do with marriage
  20. (adj) having to do with marriage
    marital
  21. mundane
    (adj) commonplace; earthly and not spiritual
  22. (adj) commonplace; earthly and not spiritual
    mundane
  23. naïve
    (adj) simple in outlook; not affected or worldly; especially innocent
  24. (adj) simple in outlook; not affected or worldly; especially innocent
    naïve
  25. nocturnal
    (adj) having to do with the night; occurring at night
  26. (adj) having to do with the night; occurring at night
    nocturnal
  27. novice
    (n) a beginner; one who is inexperienced
  28. (n) a beginner; one who is inexperienced
    novice
  29. obstreperous
    (adj) aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
  30. (adj) aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
    obstreperous

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