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My Tough Vocab Words

Contempt Disgust, hatred.
Barrage A concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area, to (verb)bombard (someone) with something.
Intuition A sixth sense or feeling.
Penchant A desire, a strong interest.
Adulation Obsequious flattery; excessive admiration or praise.
Junket Such as a trip made by an official at public expense.
Permeate Throughout, soaked penetrate.
Condescend Rude, contemptuous, talking down to someone.
Hospitable Welcoming friendly.
Reluctant Hesitant, fearful, unsure.
Defiant Indignant, rebellious.
Conspicuous Overt, obvious, sticks out.
Arrogant Stuck up, haughty, conceited, uppity.
Tenacious Determined, go-getting, relentless, never gives up.
Auspicious Promising, favorable, giving a sign of future success.
Incessent Nonstop, continuing without pause or interruption.
Redundant No longer needed, superfluous(extra), omitted without loss.
Pensive Reflecting deep or profound thought.
Errant Straying outside the proper path or bounds.
Unabated Being at full strength or force.
Sequence First, next, then, finally.
Defiant Stubborn, angry.
Dialect Accent, slang talk.
Allusion Reference to Bible.
Tone Author, voice.
Mood Reader, feeling.
Problem/Solution Locked out/break in window.
Connotation Fierce, whispering, golden, dark.
Compare/Contrast Similarities, Differences.
Expository Article Factual.
Created by: Dannyboy10673