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worddefinition
disheveled untidy; messy.
nebulous vague; unclear
scrupulously sticking to values and princples
exaltant marked by great joy
impetuous marked by sudden energy; impulsive
essay a short piece of nonfiction writing on a subject
exposition writing that explains
coherence arrangement of ideas in an easily understood way
rievision piece of writing that has been changed to improve it
composition a unified piece of writing with several combined ideas
figurative language language used for descriptive effect
generalization idea or statement emphasizing the general over the specific
literal language that means exactly what it appears to mean
overveiw general idea of what is to be covered
idiom phrase or expression that means something different from what the words actually say
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