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English terms

TermDefinition
Auspicious Promising and favorable
Commotion Loud chaos
Methodical Logical
Penchant A strong interest
Facade The face of building
Pensive Deep, profound thought
Punctilious Correct behavior
Incessant Nonstop
Prophectic Predicting
Indigenous Native to an area
Decorum An orderly manner
Proponent Someone who is for or fighting for a cause
Console To soothe or make feel better
Mediate To bring together
Revelation Revealing
Permeate Throughout, soaked penetrate
Ominous Dark, forbidding
Errant Straying outside the proper path or bounds
Rogue A dishonest or worthless person
Resounding Impressively loud or booming
Unabated Being full at strength or force
Adulation Excessive admire or praise
Junket A trip
Defiant Angry, stubborn
Sequence First, next, then, finally
Dialect Accent, slang talk
Allusion Reference to the bible
Tone Author, voice
Tone Reader, feeling
Problem/Solution Locked out/ break in window
Connotation Fierce, whispering, golden, dark
Compare/Contrast Similarities, differences
Expository Article, factual
Created by: hickdani