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Daub: (verb) to coat or smear (a surface) with a thick or sticky substance in a carelessly rough or liberal way.
Demure: (adjective) (of a woman or her behavior) reserved, modest, and shy.
Demoralized: (adjective) having lost confidence or hope; disheartened.
Frowzy: (adjective) having a messy or dirty appearance
Immortalize: (verb) to cause (someone or something) to be remembered forever
Loam: (noun) a fertile soil of clay and sand
Luminous: (adjective) producing or seeming to produce light
Rumpled: (noun) a fold or wrinkle
Stripling: (noun) young person
Sardonic: (adjective) grimly mocking or cynical.
Scorn: (noun) the feeling or belief that someone or something is worthless or despicable; contempt.
Tribulation: (noun) a cause of great trouble or suffering.
Repressed: (adjective) restrained, inhibited, or oppressed
Monetarily: (adjective) of or pertaining to money
Intrigue: (verb) to arouse curiosity or interest
Eccentric: (adjective) deviating from the recognized or customary character, practice, etc. ;irregular; erratic; peculiar; odd
Immoral: (adjective) violating moral principles; not conforming to the patterns of conduct usually accepted or established as consistent with principles of personal and social ethics.
Impulse: (adjective) done suddenly and without planning: resulting from a sudden impulse
Proposition: (noun) offer; proposal
Incredulous: (adjective) not able or willing to believe something : feeling or showing a lack of belief
Astounded: (adjective) overwhelmed with astonishment or amazement
Authentic: (adjective) real or genuine : not copied or false
Scoff: (verb) speak to someone or about something in a scornfully derisive or mocking way
Vague: (adjective) not clear in meaning : stated in a way that is general and not specific
Transistor: (noun) a small device that is used to control the flow of electricity in radios, computers, etc.
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