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DT vocab quiz

QuestionAnswer
ethereal other worldly, usually describes music, sound, of the spirit or personality
yearn to desire strongly
sesquipedalophobia a fear of long words
fortuitous when a good thing comes unexpectedly
zeal a strong passion to the point of not listening to reason
gratuitous lacking good reason, usually used in reference to violence, swearing, nudity or sex in the media
sanguine having a positive outlook when things are bad
boatswain a person in charge of crew and equipment
concise short, exact and to the point usually used to describe writing, answers or arguments
pinnacle the highest point of a physical space, career or work
acme the highest point of a physical spae, career or work OR the example of a perfect example
expeditious describes how to process can be made quicker and better (note: expedite/expediter)
solipsistic philosophy where the universe is only understood in reference to one's self
Created by: lfineman