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English Vocab #11

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Importune ask (someone) pressingly and persistently for or to do something
Congest To overfill or overcrowd
Gesticulate use gestures, especially dramatic ones, instead of speaking or to emphasize one's words
Rapport A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well
Euphoria An excited state of joy, a  good feeling,  a  state  of  intense happiness
Confer (obsolete, intransitive) To  compare. (16th–18th c.)
Insufferable too extreme to bear; intolerable
Preferential of or involving preference or partiality; constituting a favor or privilege
Importunate persistent, especially to the point of annoyance or intrusion
Periphery The outer limits or edge of an area or object
Created by: logan statt