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vocabutoobes 4


Lassitude (Las uh tood) listleeness; torpor,weariness Link:Lazy Dude
Coterie KOH tuh ree) a circle of close associates or friends Link:Coat for Three
Ambiance (Am bee uns) mood,feeling:general atmosphere Link:Ambulance
Ballistics (buh LISS ticks) the study of the dynamics or flight characteristics of projectiles Link:Lipstick
Askew (uh SKEW) to one side;crooked;awry;a sidelong look of contempt Link:Cue
Girth (girth) the distance around something;to encircle;to secure with a band that encircles the body of an animal Link:Birth
Cubism (KYOO biz um) a style of art in which the subject matter is portrayed by geometric forms, especially cubes Link:Cubes
Cranny (KRAN ee) a small opening as in a wall or rock face Link:Granny
Propulsive (PROH pul siv) the act or process of propelling; a propelling force Link:Propeller
Enrage (in RAGE) to put in a rage; infuriate,anger Link:Hen Cage