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vocab

TermDefinition
candor being open and honest
corroborate confirm or give support to
deplore feel or express strong disapproval of
extricate free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty
foible a minor weakness or eccentricity in someone's character
germane relevant to a subject under consideration
idiosyncrasy a mode of behavior or way of thought peculiar to an individual
inconsequential not important or significant
incorrigible (of a person or their tendencies) not able to be corrected, improved, or reformed
inscrutable impossible to understand or interpret
inundate overwhelm (someone) with things or people to be dealt with
obsequious obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree
pervade (especially of a smell) spread through and be perceived in every part of
profuse (especially of something offered or discharged) exuberantly plentiful; abundant.
proponent a person who advocates a theory, proposal, or project.
querulous complaining in a petulant or whining manner.
rampant (especially of something unwelcome or unpleasant) flourishing or spreading unchecked.
salient most noticeable or important.
scrupulous (of a person or process) diligent, thorough, and extremely attentive to details.
strident loud and harsh; grating.
Created by: mycookie