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AP English Urbaniak

anodyne adj. soothing
arabesque n. complex
cacophony n. harsh sound
censure v. to criticize severely
debacle n. fiasco
din n. loud sustained noise
disparage v. to slight or belittle
fawn v. to flatter or praise excessively
gauche adj. crude, awkward, tasteless
inimitable adj. one of a kind
loquacious adj. extremely talkative
malevolent adj. having or showing often vicious ill will
misanthrope n. one who hates mankind
penchant adj. a liking
personable adj. pleasing in appearance
quixotic adj. foolishly impractical
stupefy v. to stun
travesty n. mockery
unfeigned adj. genuine
waft n. a light breeze
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