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retorted saying a answer to remark or accusation, typically in a sharp, angry, or a witty incisive manner.
self-deprecation Modesty about criticism of oneself.
tangent a straight line or a plane that touches a curved surface at a point, but if extended does not it at a point
balmy Pleasantly warm
exasperated irritate intensely;infuriate
melancholy A feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious reason
rueful expressing sorrow or regret, especially when in a slightly humorous way.
vague unclear/not specific
famine shortage of food; hunger
deconstruct to break down into smaller pieces for a better;to analyze
extract to remove or pull/take away
Genre a category or type of literature that have similar style of subject
prologue an introduction to a literary work.
dog days hot, sweaty summer day
borine cow or ox
Created by: smile2004