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Final Vocab.

cower to crouch down in fear
concord a state in which people or things agree w/ each other and exist together in a peaceful way
croon to sing, hum, or murmur in a sooting way
cavort to jump or dance around excitedly
histrionic overly emotional or dramatic
incendiary capable of starting a fire; something designed to promote or cause conflict
covert concealed, secret;disguised
stifle to crush or end by force
magnaimus very generous or forgiving
eschew to abstain or keep away from
heed to give careful attention to
utopian a state in which everything is perfect
doleful expressing sorrow;mournful
incantation a chant or spell possessing magical power
germane closely or significantly related
blunder a gross, stupid, or careless mistake
ludicrous so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing; ridiculous
taciturn tending to be quiet
halcyon peaceful, calm
celerity swiftness or speed
warp to distort, bend, or thrust out of shape
mimicry the action or art of imitating someone or something
nettle irritate or annoy someone
banal devoid of freshness or origionality
tenable capable of being defended against attack or criticism
accost to approach and speak to (someone) often in an angry, aggressive, or unwanted manner
belabor to explain, worry about, or work at (something) repeatedly or more than is necessary
snivel to weep or cry w/ sniffling
sagely to be wise, judicious, or prudent
encomium a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something very highly
emulate to try to equal or excel; imitate w/ effort to equal or surpass
largess generous bestowal of gifts
verbiage speech or writing that uses too many words
Created by: Cole1722