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amiable having or displaying a friendly matter
annuity a fixed amount of money payed to someone every year usually your whole life
credentials a qualification achievement used to indicate stability for something (college)
diffident modest or shy. lack of self confidence.
eloquent fluent or persuasive speaking or writing
fraternize to make a friendship with someone you're not supposed to
incredulous unable or unwilling to believe in something
intermittent occurring again at different times. not steady.
juxtaposed to place side by side as a contrast
literature reading or writing
malevolent showing the want to do evil things to another
malignant very infectious disease
matriarch a woman who is the head of a tribe or family
matriculate to be enrolled in a college
renovate to restore something into a new state
Created by: lindseysimmonds