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weighty word book too

TermDefinition
agrandizement acting better than you are
burdensome really heavy
criterion
destination arriving where you want to go
exonerate blamed for doing something you didn't do
furbelow decorations on an outfit
geniality to act kind and cheerful
hibernate to go to sleep or leave for the winter
improbable when something unlikely happens
jeremiad to tell a sad story
katzenjammer when something is confusing, funny and noisy
lackadaisical when someone is lacking in energy or intrest
mystify when someone confuses or puzzles another person
nahdir when someone reaches the lowest point
optomum when something is the best it can be
partisan when someone takes another part or side
querist to ask a question
rusticate lives or stays in the country
surrepticious when someone acts secretively
Created by: SP1414