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The Great Gatsby Voc

Vocabulary words chosen for 2018-2019

Addenda Things to be included; additions.
Contingency Dependence on chance or on the fulfillment of a condition
Amorphous Lacking definite form; having no specific shape
Contiguous Touching; in contact; bordering
Convivial Friendly; agreeable; merry
Hauteur Snobby manner or spirit; arrogance
Rajah A king or prince in India
Labyrinth An intricate combination of paths or passages in which it is difficult to find one's way or to reach the exit.
Redolent Suggestive or reminiscent of something else.
Somnambulatory As if sleepwalking.
Innuendo An indirect hint about someone, usually negative in nature
Rivulets Small streams or brooks
Traversed Passed, moved over, along, or through.
Nebulous Hazy, vague, indistinct, or confused
Libertine A freethinker, often unrestrained by what is considered acceptable or moral
Pneumatic Inflated with air or gas
Caterwauling Shrilly crying or screaming
Scrutiny A close and searching look or examination
Corroborate To confirm or agree with someone's side of events
Omnibus A public vehicle designed to carry many passengers
Created by: aolmstead